St. Joseph Catholic Church hosts annual Blessing of the Pets

St. Joseph Catholic Church hosts annual Blessing of the Pets

St. Joseph Catholic Church held their annual Blessing of the Pets on Sunday afternoon. The early fall weather made it an enjoyable time so that even in the midst of the pandemic, families decided to load up their animal companions and bring them to the church grounds where Father John lead the family in prayer […]

Wolves hand the Dragons their first football loss of the season

Wolves hand the Dragons their first football loss of the season

By Joe St. Henry Review Sports Contributor Lake Orion’s football team knew it would have to play a mistake-free game to beat rival Clarkston last Friday, but Dragon turnovers and other miscues helped the Wolves post a lopsided 31-7 victory. After Lake Orion’s defense forced a punt to open the game, the Dragons drove deep […]

Cross country season approaches the finish line

Cross country season approaches the finish line

AA league meet on Thursday at Bloomer Park in Rochester By Jim Newell Review Editor The Lake Orion boys and girls varsity cross country teams are heading into the final stretch of the season, with a dual meet scheduled for today against Notre Dame Prep. For many of the runners, the race against Notre Dame […]

Library board running as write-in candidates

Library board running as write-in candidates

Write-in six names, fill in six ovals By Jim Newell Review Editor A write-in campaign does not happen often, and even less so when the entire slate is running as write-in candidates. In the general election on Nov. 3, however, all six incumbent candidates for the Orion Township Library Board of Trustees are doing just […]

Drakos honored for 16 years of school board service

By Megan Kelley Review Writer Lake Orion Community Schools board secretary Steve Drakos was honored last month by the Michigan Association of School Boards for 16 years of school board service. For Drakos, September marked 10 years of service in Lake Orion. Prior to moving to Lake Orion, Drakos was a member of the school […]

Lake Orion stops U of D Jesuit in defensive football battle

Lake Orion stops U of D Jesuit in defensive football battle

By Joe St. Henry Review Sports Contributor Lake Orion’s prayers were answered last week when U of D Jesuit of the Catholic High School League agreed to play the Dragons after both schools’ scheduled football games were cancelled because their opponents reported positive COVID-19 cases. It was the first game ever between the two teams […]

Polls open on Election Day, safety precautions in place

By Jim Newell Review Editor The general election is Nov. 3, when voters will cast ballots for national, state and local elections. While Orion Township Clerk Penny Shults is expecting high absentee voter requests, she knows that many people will still want to head to the polls on election day. “That’s our civic duty. People […]

Lake Orion Master Land Use Plan Survey deadline extended through Nov. 12

The Village of Lake Orion is amending its Master Land Use Plan and wants residents’ input. This digital workshop contains general land use questions, but also questions about specific redevelopment projects and preferences on building designs. The village’s 2020 Master Land Use Plan Amendment survey is available online at lakeorion2020master plan.konveio.com/welcome. The deadline for residents […]

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