Pushna yoga studio opens in Canterbury Village

Pushna yoga studio opens in Canterbury  Village

By Mia Allen Review Contributing Writer Join Pushna Wellness, a new yoga studio located in the “Pink House” in Canturbury Village as they celebrate it’s grand opening on Thursday, January 23 from 4 – 5:30 p.m. The Pushna Wellness Crew will be celebrating thier Grand Opening with city officials and fellow community members for this […]

Cell Out

Cell Out

Students at Lake Orion High School participated in the annual Cell Out for Soldiers event on Friday. For the sixth year in a row, students entered the building and immediately handed over their phones to the LOHS Leadership class for the day to help raise money for the Cell Phones for Soldiers organization. Each cell […]

Dragon cagers drop close divisional game to N. Farmington

Dragon cagers drop close divisional game to N. Farmington

By Teddy Rydquist Review Sports Writer The Lake Orion Dragons boys’ basketball team defeated the Oxford Wildcats on Dec. 19 before Christmas break and picked up their first win since then by beating the Notre Dame Prep Fighting Irish, 51-41, on Jan. 14. Moving back to .500 at 3-3 overall with the victory, the Dragons […]

Village receives ‘clean’ 2019 fiscal year audit report

By Jim Newell Review Editor The Village of Lake Orion received an unmodified, or clean, independent audit report from its auditing firm during a presentation at the council meeting on Monday. The audit report was for the 2019 fiscal year, covering July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019. Andrews, Hooper and Pavlik (AHP) presented the […]

Local chainsaw sculptor prepares to undergo life-saving heart surgery

Supporters set up a GoFundMe page to help with medical, living expenses By Megan Kelley Review Writer If you’re not looking for them, they can be easily missed, but for travelers on Baldwin Road, every day is a cruise through Gary Elzerman’s portfolio of wood carvings. Raised in Lake Orion, Elzerman now lives on Baldwin […]

LOCS school board re-organizes for 2020, suspends bond comm.

By Megan Kelley Review Writer Lake Orion Community School’s Board of Education held their first meeting of 2020 on Jan. 8. and one of their priorities was to hold their annual re-organizational nominations. Board President Birgit McQuiston began the meeting requesting nominations for the position of board president. Secretary Dana Mermell nominated Treasurer Jim Weidman […]

Orion Neighborhood Television to hold 10th annual 5 for 5 food drive Feb. 8

Orion Neighborhood Television to hold 10th annual 5 for 5 food drive Feb. 8

Orion Neighborhood Television (ONTV) will hold their 10th annual Food Drive to benefit the Oxford/Orion FISH food pantry Feb. 8 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the ONTV studio in the Orion Center. “February is the time of year when the shelves are the emptiest at the FISH pantry,” said Ian Locke, executive director […]

Oxford/Orion FISH accepting a new board of directors member

Oxford/Orion FISH has an open position on its 11-member board of directors and welcomes anyone in the Orion and Oxford communities to considering joining for a two-year term. “Our 11-member board serves as a working board, with all members committed to helping the organization and it’s 100-plus volunteers in their efforts to reach out to […]

Dragon grapplers look to peak as the post-season approaches

Dragon grapplers look to peak as the post-season approaches

By Jim Newell Review Editor Lake Orion has had a strong wrestling program for years but growing competition and parity in the league necessitates that when the Dragons hit the mats they’re at peak performance every meet. On Thursday, Lake Orion faced two of its biggest rivals in a tri-meet against Clarkston and Oxford at […]

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