LOHS Senior of the Week — Haley Pauzus

Parents: Bill and Bette Pauzus Grade: 12 GPA: 4.112 Favorite subject(s): Band, Choir and Science Extracurricular activities: Soccer, Marching Band, and National Honor Society. Hobbies/Interests: Playing the tuba and hanging out with my friends. I also love to travel and hope to do more in the future. Plans after graduation: I plan on going to college […]

View Points Feb. 17, 2021

Dear Editor; I read with interest the article in the Lake Orion Review in which the Village Council wishes to explore the possibility of purchasing and turning the Ehman Center into a community center. I admire the idea and the good intentions, yet the reality is that purchasing the Ehman Center will come at a […]

LOHS varsity wrestling team starts season, faces tough competition in preparation for league foes

LOHS varsity wrestling team starts season, faces tough competition in preparation for league foes

By Kristie Orselli Special contributor to The Review Finally, after four long months of waiting, the Lake Orion High School wrestling team started their season on Saturday. Due to COVID-19, the Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) has restricted each competition to four teams with each wrestler allowed only three matches per day. Their opening […]

LO Hockey skates to victory in opening game against Clarkston

LO Hockey skates to victory in opening game against Clarkston

The long-awaited opening night of the high school hockey season saw the Lake Orion Dragons in a rivalry game right out of the gate as they played the Clarkston Wolves at the Detroit Skate Club. The Dragons started fast with a first period goal by senior forward Brendan Finn. As the period ended, the Wolves […]

LOCS approves School of Choice for 2020-21 school year

By Megan Kelley Review Writer During their regularly scheduled meeting on Jan. 27, the Lake Orion Community Schools Board of Education discussed school of choice (SOC) authorization for the 2020-21 school year. Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources Rick Arnett, along with Assistant Superintendent of Teaching and Learning Heidi Mercer, presented the data regarding school of […]

Who shovels the snow in downtown LO?

Who shovels the snow in downtown LO?

Village Council approves proposal for DPW to clear the sidewalks By Jim Newell Review Editor The Lake Orion Village Council voted 5-2 to pay nearly $44,000 for a tractor for Department of Public Works employees to plow village sidewalks, and accept an agreement with the Downtown Development Authority to clear additional sidewalks in the business […]

Twelve LOHS athletes commit to playing at collegiate level

Twelve LOHS athletes commit to playing at collegiate level

By Megan Kelley Review Writer On the morning of Feb. 3, twelve Dragon athletes signed letters of intent to play their respective sports at the college level. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the traditional collective signing after athlete introductions was scratched in favor of an approach that would allow for proper distancing. Inside of the Lake […]

High school contact sports resume Feb. 8

In a surprising turn of events, high school contact sports are back on starting this week. In an executive order passed down by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services on Feb. 4, high school contact sports were allowed to resume Feb. 8 under strict guidelines. “Contact sports are allowed as long as participants […]