Newly reorganized LOCS Board discusses schools of choice at Jan. 9 meeting

By Megan Kelley Review Writer In the first school board meeting of 2019, the board opened up their Jan. 9 meeting with their annual organizational meeting. After very little discussion, there was some slight reorganization of board members. Treasurer Jim Weidman nominated Birgit McQuiston for the spot of school board president. McQuiston, who was previously […]

Drug operation found to reach

BY PHIL CUSTODIO Clarkston News Editor Andrew Magnus, 36, of Independence Township faces two counts of delivery and manufacture of more than 45 kilograms of marijuana and two counts of conspiracy to deliver more than 45 kilograms of marijuana after a year-long investigation by the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office. The sheriff’s Narcotics Enforcement Team uncovered […]

ONTV’s annual ‘5 or 5’ Food Drive is Feb. 9

It’s a day of music, dancing, special guests and a variety of live entertainment when Orion Neighborhood Television hosts its 9th Annual 5 or 5 Food Drive on Feb 9. But the goal is to help area residents who may be in danger of food insecurity. Donations to the food drive benefit the Oxford/Orion FISH […]

Lake Orion Rotary Ice Cup Challenge back for its 5th year

By Megan Kelley Review Writer Communities and clubs all throughout Lake Orion are always trying to utilize the things this town was named after – lakes. Even in the winter, you see the lakes being used for activities such as ice-skating and ice fishing. For four years now, the Lake Orion Sunrise Rotary Club has […]

Shutdown

I blame (President Donald J.) Trump and his base. They had two years to do something about it but failed! Now, that the democrats are in control of the House (of Representatives), they shut down the government. Foolish. It will cost them. That $5 billion belongs to the taxpayers, not just Trump and his base. […]

Looking at health through spiritual thoughts

One day, after leaving my chiropractor’s office, I thought about how my treatments there allow me to tap more readily into my innate energy. Feeling balanced, free and peaceful makes it easier to embrace God’s energy active in me. Jesus empowered all of us to know “The Father” lives within us. In John 14, we […]

Odd Job still has a job in Orion Twp. – for now

Update: On Wednesday, Jan. 9, Odd Job announced on their Facebook page that they will be suspending recycling at the current time and will start alternating weeks for recycling starting in February. To contact Odd Job please call 248-628-7447. By Jim Newell Review Editor It was rotten work, but the Orion Township Board of Trustees […]

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