Lady Dragon track finishes 6th at Oxford Invite

Lady Dragon track finishes 6th at Oxford Invite

The Lake Orion High School girls track team had an uphill battle at the Oxford Invite on Saturday, finishing in 6th place with 42 points. “An illness and an injury kept a few girls sidelined for this very competitive meet but all should be back to finish out the season,” said head coach Stan Ford. […]

Dragon softball defeats the Wolves

Dragon softball defeats the Wolves

The Lake Orion High School varsity softball team headed to Clarkston High School last week for a doubleheader against the Wolves. The Dragons came out on top during both games, defeating Clarkston 10-7 and 11-4. Sydney Bell led Lake Orion with four hits in the first game, followed by Sophie Stronek and Avery Case with […]

Boys varsity lacrosse team out to a 5-5 start

Boys varsity lacrosse team out to a 5-5 start

By Jim Newell Review Editor The Lake Orion varsity lacrosse team is off to a 5-5 start after a brutal week of play where the Dragons went 1-3 against some top-ranked teams. The Dragons lost 4-18 to state-ranked Detroit Country Day (12-1) on April 26 at Lake Orion High School. Lake Orion senior midfielder Kyler […]

Lake Orion middle schools compete in Battle of the Books

Lake Orion middle schools compete in Battle of the Books

On March 11, 80 students from Oakview, Scripps, and Waldon Middle Schools met at Waldon Middle School for the Lake Orion Community Middle Schools and Orion Township Public Library’s 2022 Battle of the Books. Over four months, teams read four books and were challenged with more than 60 multiple-choice, short answers and true/false questions at […]

UK teen arrested for threats against area schools

Teen threatened to ‘shoot up’ Oxford, Lake Orion, Brandon Cranbrook high schools By Jim Newell Review Editor A 16-year-old boy from the United Kingdom has been arrested for making threats of violence against Lake Orion, Oxford, Brandon and Cranbrook high schools, the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office said. The teen also allegedly made threats against 37 […]

LOCS approves bid awards for transportation and technology

By Megan Kelley Review Writer The Lake Orion Community Schools Board of Education met on April 13 for their regularly scheduled meeting and the board unanimously approved three bid awards for technology and transportation projects. Some of the awards are part of the district’s three series $160 million facilities renovation and new construction projects. Voters […]

LOHS Presents: The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee

LOHS Presents: The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee

By Megan Kelley Review Writer Lake Orion High School’s theater department is back for their annual spring musical. After months of rehearsal and countless hours dedicated to the show, the LOHS students are presenting: The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. The show takes place at LOHS next week May 5, 6 and 7 at […]

Volunteers build new playscape in Green’s Park

Volunteers build new playscape in Green’s Park

Help needed for Children’s Park build day on May 14 By Jim Newell Review Editor They slid down the slide, weaved their way through the rope bridge and climbed all over the new playscape at Green’s Park. And that’s just the adults. The Village of Lake Orion Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee called on volunteers […]

Main Street of Oakland County rep presents phone tracking market data to Lake Orion DDA board

By Megan Kelley Review Writer Lake Orion’s Downtown Development Authority board met for their regularly scheduled meeting last week where the board received a presentation from Erick Phillips from Main Street of Oakland County on current market data. According to Phillips, the data, called Placer.ai, is available at the county level. Using apps downloaded on […]

Lake Orion DDA, Orion Historical Society partner on downtown historical markers

Lake Orion DDA, Orion Historical Society partner on downtown historical markers

By Megan Kelley Review Writer Lake Orion’s Downtown Development Authority Board of Directors met on April 12 and received a presentation from Jimmy Johnson from the Orion Historical Society about placing potential historical signage throughout the downtown. What Johnson calls “A Moment in Time” is something that the Historical Society has brought to the DDA […]