LOCS launches Dragon University, introduce LOHS flex time

By Megan Kelley Review Writer During the March 27 board meeting Assistant Superintendent of Teaching and Learning Heidi Mercer and spokes person for the Curriculum Committee Dana Mermell announced plans to begin a program called Dragon Staff University and introduce flex time at LOHS. During the April 24 meeting, Mercer announced that Dragon Staff University […]

A whole lot of fun at the OAYA Family Fun Fest

The Orion Area Youth Assistance hosted its annual Family Fun Fest on Thursday, providing a variety of activities designed to promote quality time for families. More than 400 people attended and enjoyed meeting police officers and firefighters, jumping in the bounce house, exploring the petting zoo, striking a pose in the photo booth, making crafts […]

Miracle League Field to open this summer

Miracle League Field to open this summer

By Jim Newell Review Editor The crack of a bat, the roar of the crowd, the high-fives and cheers – these are the things that make baseball such an endearing American game. And at the games soon to be played at Friendship Park, everyone plays, everyone has a great time – so everyone wins. That’s […]

LOCS not planning to recommend layoffs for 2019-20 school year

As the current school year comes to an end, the LOCS administration and board of education begins to make preparations for the 2019-2020 school year. During the April 24 board of education meeting, Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources Rick Arnett mentioned that the district was currently evaluating their staffing needs for the 2019-2020 school year. […]

Sport the red, white and blue for the Orion Veterans Memorial Day 5k

It’s the race with a patriotic twist, drawing runners, walkers and supporters from throughout the area. The third annual Orion Veterans Memorial Day 5k run/walk is May 27 and registration is now open for participants. This year’s event will start and finish on Anderson Street next to the Children’s Park parking lot. Each participant to […]

Public Safety

The OCSO Orion Twp. Substation responded to 352 calls from April 22-28, 2019 • Felony Arrests: 2 • Misdemeanor Arrests: 4 • Accidents: 15 Unlocked vehicle targeted for pay day Deputies responded to Warren Aggregates, 511 Brown Road, at 5:18 p.m. April 24 for a report of larceny from an automobile. While left unlocked, cash […]

Just Get The Measles Shot!

This will not endear me to a certain segment of society but as a senior citizen, and being politically incorrect, I have an obligation to articulate what I suspect is on the minds of lots of people. Anyone who has not had a measles shot for themselves or their offspring are inconsiderate, ill-informed, impertinent, ill-mannered […]

Thank you Family Fun Fest partners and Orion families

We would like to express our sincere appreciation to all of our community and business partners who helped make the Orion Area Youth Assistance Annual Family Fun Fest such a tremendous success last Thursday. With their support, we are able to not only continue this marvelous evening of exciting activities for our Orion families, but […]

St. Joe’s Maverick Players present ‘Annie Jr.’

St. Joe’s Maverick Players present ‘Annie Jr.’

The St. Joseph School Maverick Players are rehearsing diligently for their upcoming spring musical but took a few moments to let their creative, fun personalities shine through. The Maverick Players will present Annie Jr., based on the musical Annie, about a plucky orphan girl in 1930s New York City determined to find her parents, who […]

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