Life’s About to Change, but we will recover

A title given to me as we painted the rear of our Goodrich location cafe. Never in a million years did I ever imagine why this slogan came to me until now. Our God is so good! No matter what circumstance surrounds us we will make it through these times and give ALL the glory […]

Boedigheimer, Sutton capture OAA Red all-league honors

By Teddy Rydquist Review Sports Contributor Voted on by the Oakland Activities Association (OAA) Red Division coaches and announced publicly on March 19, two Lake Orion seniors, Dylan Boedigheimer and Cam Sutton, were among 17 players to receive league honors in boys’ basketball for their performance in the 2019-20 season. Boedigheimer, a center, was among […]

Two Lady Dragons earn OAA league basketball honors

By Teddy Rydquist Review Sports Contributor Lake Orion Dragons junior Meghan Marshall and freshman Maddie Ebbert were among 17 players to receive All-Oakland Activities Association (OAA) White Division recognition in girls’ basketball for their performance in the 2019-20 season. Marshall was named a member of the 12-girl All-OAA White Team, while Ebbert, along with four […]

Federation baseball clubs facing many of the same challenges as schools

By Teddy Rydquist Review Sports Contributor Consisting of eight teams spanning six different age groups, the Orion Chargers Baseball Club has long been a pipeline for some of Lake Orion High School’s top talent during their developmental years. Like nearly every other sporting activity in the United States, the organization has had to make alterations […]

Michigan COVID-19 statistics as of March 23

On March 10, Governor Whitmer declared a state of emergency as the state’s first two positive cases of COVID-19 were identified. As of 2 p.m. March 23, the state had 1,328 presumptive positive cases and 15 deaths in Michigan, the Michigan Department of Health reported. The cases of COVID-19 are split evenly among men and […]

Seniors, others can contact parks and rec. staff at the Orion Center for assistance

By Jim Newell Review Editor Orion Township Parks and Recreation workers have responded to the Coronavirus pandemic by setting up the Orion Center as a drop off location for donated items. Workers will then deliver those items to seniors and others in need in the Orion Community, said Parks and Recreation Director Aaron Whatley. “We’re […]

ABeanToGo serves up a little extra LOVE in downtown LO

ABeanToGo serves up a little extra LOVE in downtown LO

(From left) Delaney Rogers, Noelle Holth and Leah Craft are set up outside ABeanToGo on Flint Street in downtown Lake Orion, serving up warm cups of coffee, heartfelt smiles and goodwill with the LOVE card. Photo by Jim Newell   ABeanToGo serves up a little extra LOVE in downtown LO By Jim Newell Review Editor […]