Public Safety — June 24, 2020

The OCSO Orion Twp. Substation responded to 457 calls from June 8-14, 2020 • Felony Arrests: 1 • Misdemeanor Arrests: 6 • Accidents: 14 Man finds funny money Deputies met with a man at 12:53 p.m. June 8 at the Orion Township substation regarding counterfeit money. The Orion Township resident was walking through a parking […]

LOHS Student of the Week — Katy Luby — June 24, 2020

Parent(s): Donald Luby Grade: 12 GPA: 3.84 Favorite subject(s): Social Sudies and Language Arts Extracurricular activities: Conspiracy Theory Club Hobbies/Interests: I often draw and play the ukelele! Plans after graduation: Attend Western Michigan University. Katy is proudest of: Restoring Conspiracy Theory Club. Katy makes a contribution: I often volunteer to help with teachers and special needs […]

Letting go of what you idolize

God gave Moses’ the Ten Commandments and in the second commandment God tells us: Thou shalt have no other Gods before me. Which has also been interpreted as: Thou shalt not make any idols before God. In living a spiritual life, the second commandment gives us a lot to think on. As you meditate on […]

So much road work, but what about Heights and Bellevue?

Summer has come and so much roadwork is being done. Just about everywhere the roads are underconstruction. It is so great to see so many of our roads being repaired. Pinetree, Clarkston, Indianwood and of course Lapeer Road, are all being repaired, but what has happened to Heights Road and Bellevue? Bellevue was patched last […]

Strzelecki, Joseph P.; 87, of Oxford

Strzelecki, Joseph P.; 87, of Oxford

Joseph Patrick Strzelecki of Oxford passed away peacefully Monday, June 22, 2020 at the age of 87. He is preceded in death by his parents Stephen and Mary Strzelecki (Hejnosz) of Pontiac, brother-in-law Gary Merwin of Lake Orion, brother and sister-in-law Stephen and Jean Strzelecki of Holly, and grandson Joseph J. Armstrong (Marianne) of North […]

LOCS Board of Education selects superintendent candidates for first round interviews, selection expected by the end of June

The Lake Orion Community Schools Board of Education met on June 8 to make their selections for first round superintendent interviews. LOCS received 29 applications for the position and narrowed the selection down to the six candidates they wish to interview this week. Interviews are scheduled for June 15-17 in one-and-a-half-hour segments and were live […]

Village council approves ‘private’ Fourth of July fireworks show

By Jim Newell Review Editor Fireworks over Lake Orion are on again after the Lake Orion Village Council unanimously approved a request during its June 8 meeting to allow a fireworks show on the Fourth of July. However, this year the fireworks will be a “private” showing intended primarily for those who live on Lake […]

Lake Orion DDA discusses summer events, placemaking

By Megan Kelley Review Writer The Downtown Development Authority board met on June 9 for their regular meeting where they discussed several new initiatives that patrons and downtown guests can expect to enjoy this summer. DDA Executive Director Molly LaLone presented the board with several weekly events that the DDA is hoping to put on […]

LOHS makes plans for in-person graduation July 30

Lake Orion High School’s Interim Principal Dan Haas, Ph.D., recently sent out communication to high school students and parents informing them that an in-person graduation ceremony was being planned for July 30. The anticipated venue for the ceremony is the LOHS Field House. “At this point, we do not have enough information to announce a […]