36th Annual Orion Firemen’s Ball is March 14

36th Annual Orion Firemen’s Ball is March 14

The Orion Fire Fighters Association (OFFA) hosts its 36th Annual Firemen’s Ball in March and invites the public to attend and support the associations community support programs. The Firemen’s Ball is from 6 p.m. – midnight on March 14 at Paint Creek Country Club, 2375 Stanton Rd. Tickets are $65 and are available through the […]

Public Safety

The OCSO Orion substation responded to 354 calls from Feb. 3-9, 2020 • Felony Arrests: 0 • Misdemeanor Arrests: 5 • Accidents: 21 Not a good way to start the week Deputies were dispatched to the 1000 block of Ridgeview Circle at 7:51 a.m. Feb. 3 for an MDOP (malicious destruction of property) to vehicle […]

Paint Creek Trailways Commission honors former trail manager for 15 years of service

Paint Creek Trailways Commission honors former trail manager for 15 years of service

During their meeting on Jan. 21, the Paint Creek Trailways Commission honored former trail manager Kristen Myers. Myers was employed by the commission in 2000 where she was Trail Administrative Assistant until 2003 before becoming Trail Manager. She held the position for 15-years before stepping down in Oct. 2018. During her time with the PCTC, […]

Residents want Airbnb’s banned in Lake Orion

I would like to give a shout out to the sensible city of Ann Arbor. They have immediate plans to discontinue the ability to purchase a home for the exclusive purpose of creating a motel room: that is what an Airbnb is. These homes quite often are in very nice, quiet residential areas. So, you […]

Be Kind

Kind words are like honey, sweet to the soul and healthy to the body. (Proverbs 16:24NLT) When someone tells you something kind have you ever just stopped and thought about how nice it is to hear kindness being spread in your direction? Today, there seems to be less kindness being shown in the world, but […]

Short-handed Dragons continue to take divisional lumps

Short-handed Dragons continue to take divisional lumps

By Teddy Rydquist Review Sports Writer Triskaidekaphobia is defined as “the fear or avoidance of the number 13.” For the Lake Orion Dragons boys’ basketball team, the unlucky number of late has been 59. The Dragons dropped a pair of home contests, 59-38 to the Clarkston Wolves on Feb. 4, and 59-48 to the Oak […]

LOHS girls bowling continues to be a strong force in the OAA Red

LOHS girls bowling continues to be a strong force in the OAA Red

By Megan Kelley Review Writer The lady Dragon bowling team has been fairly consistent in recent years. With one of Michigan’s top bowling coaches, Dennis O’Neill, at the wheel and a handful of some key athletes, the teams recent success is far from luck. Currently, the team of seven is sitting pretty in the first […]

Dragon grapplers take 2nd place at OAA league tournament

Dragon grapplers take 2nd place at OAA league tournament

By Kristie Orselli Review Sports Contributor The Dragon wrestling team concluded their regular season with a second-place finish at the OAA Red league tournament. Lake Orion squared off against Red Division rivals Clarkston, Oxford, Rochester, Rochester Adams and Birmingham Seaholm at Clarkston High School. The team wrestled well finishing behind only Oxford. Team results were: […]

LOHS diver Alex Brent wins county diving meet

LOHS diver Alex Brent wins county diving meet

LOHS senior Alex Brent won the 2020 Boy’s Oakland County Championship Diving Meet on Saturday. Brent saved his hardest dive for last and it paid off, scoring 51 points. Brent won the event scoring an All-American consideration score of 461.05 points, placing just eight-tenths ahead of the second place diver. This was the closest finish […]

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