ONTV raises funds for LOHS SOS program

Orion Neighborhood Television hosted their sixth annual Wildwood Film Festival Oct. 30 at the Oxford 7 movie theater. Nine short films produced by Lake Orion filmmakers were shown to a sold out crowd with awards afterward. Adult division winners were: first place winner, “Witched” produced by Mindy Denninger, second place winner, “Wildcat Gold” produced by […]

Put DACA on the ballot

Put DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) on the ballot. Let the voters decide, not a bunch of conservative judges who only care about giving the current president everything he wants. I blame them for dividing this country and making things worse. It’s all about them. Neither them or the GOP will be getting my […]

Top Ten Do’s and Dont’s on Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday! Unlike other holidays, there is no pretentiousness. One just arrives at the host home dressed in an everyday wardrobe and not encumbered with loads of presents. Now, that is not to say that as a guest you can’t bring a tasty food dish, a large container of cashews, or a […]

LOHS varsity water polo team to take on alumni

Looking for a fun family event the day before Thanksgiving? Come to the Lake Orion High School pool and watch the current Boys’ Water Polo team take on the LOHS Alumni Water Polo team. Every year, the Green and White game is highly competitive and promises to be full of intense action! Current and former […]

LOHS Thespian Troupe 2898 to perform ‘Brighton Beach Memoirs’

LOHS Thespian Troupe 2898 to perform ‘Brighton Beach Memoirs’

The cast is rehearsing their lines, the stage sets are underway and the Lake Orion High School thespians are set to “break a leg” when they present Neil Simon’s “Brighton Beach Memoirs” next week. Performances are at 7 p.m. Nov. 21-23 and 2 p.m. Nov. 24. in the Lake Orion High School auditorium. Tickets are […]

Lions Club collects toys for Christmas basket program

The Lake Orion Lions Club is collecting toys and games to help area children this Christmas season. “It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas. And as strange as it may seem with the economy booming and people working, there are families in the Lake Orion area who need a little extra help this holiday […]

Lake Orion helpers are finding Bruce a home

By Jim Newell Review Editor Bruce Gertz – known locally by most people simply as Bruce – is getting a place to stay for the cold winter months. “We have secured him a warm place for the winter,” said Lake Orion Police Chief Jerry Narsh, adding that the place “is being made ready” with some […]

Dragon athletes sign letters of intent to play sports at college sports

Dragon athletes sign letters of intent to play sports at college sports

By Megan Kelley Review Writer Lake Orion High School students gathered outside the school’s auditorium as four Dragon athletes signed their letters of intent to various colleges on Nov. 13. “When you go on and play college athletics, it’s hard,” said LOHS Athletic Director Chris Bell. “The kids right now, it’s a cool thing. You […]

Dragon volleyball team moves on to state quarterfinals

Dragon volleyball team moves on to state quarterfinals

By Megan Kelley Review Writer, and Jim Newell Review Editor Coming off of their big win against the Oxford Wildcats to clench the title of District Champions, Lake Orion had their work cut out for them in the Regional Semi-finals where they would face Stoney Creek. Ranked ninth in the state and second in the […]

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