LOCS board approves remote participation, speaks out against countywide millage

By Megan Kelley Review Writer The Lake Orion Community Schools Board of Education met on June 3 for their last regular meeting before the end of the 2019-2020 school year where they discussed a request for enhancement millage and remote participation. According to Superintendent Marion Ginopolis, board President Jim Weidman, the board had recently received […]

Lake Orion Schools breaks ground on Early Childhood Center

Lake Orion Schools breaks ground on Early Childhood Center

Lake Orion Community Schools made history on June 4 by breaking ground on the district’s new Early Childhood Center at the corner of Joslyn and Clarkston roads. “A new Early Childhood Center is a dream that our district has talked about and wished for for many years,” Assistant Superintendent of Teaching and Learning Heidi Mercer […]

No weapons allowed at state capitol buildings!

All weapons should be banned from within five miles of all Capitol buildings and policitians and residents. They’re (the armed protestors at the state capitol in Lansing) nothing nothing but terrorists and should be treated the same way — arrested and put in jail and fined $5,000 for trespassing and disturbing the peace. They don’t […]

LOHS Student of the Week — Cruz Moran — June 10, 2020

Parents: Randy and Renee Moran Grade: 12 GPA: 3.846 Favorite subject(s): Spanish and History Extracurricular activities: Playing soccer, basketball and running track Hobbies/Interests: I enjoy playing piano. Plans after graduation: I want to pursue a career in Sports Management at the University of Minnesota. Cruz is proudest of: Playing varsity sports Cruz makes a contribution: By […]

Orion Twp. Public Library announces plans to reopen

The Orion Township Public Library finalized plans for reopening this past week. Library staff returned to the library on Monday to start preparations for a safe opening, said library Director Karen Knox. Starting on June 10, return bins will reopen, however the due date for all materials will remain July 6. No fines will be […]

Seniors 2020

Normally at this time of year, Lake Orion High School seniors would be preparing for commencement ceremonies and celebrating their last days as Dragon students before turning their tassels and becoming Dragon alumni. Instead, graduating seniors are wondering if, and when, they may have a commencement ceremony at all; whether it will be virtual, or […]

St. Joes eighth graders win America & Me essay contest

By Carol Azizian Review Contributor Three St. Joseph School eighth grade students were named winners in the America & Me Essay Contest, sponsored by Farm Bureau Insurance. Holden Wolfe of Lake Orion won first place for his essay about his immigrant grandfather. He wrote: “When the Communist North Vietnamese were invading the South, he (Sai […]

Twp. board puts Police Operating Millage proposal on August primary ballot

Police Operating Millage (Not Including the Village of Lake Orion) (Proposal language) Shall the Charter Township of Orion be authorized to levy up to 3.5 mills for a period of six (6) years, starting in December 2020 and ending in December 2025, inclusive, for purposes of continuing to provide police services in the Charter Township […]

Culver’s fundraiser supports effort to save LO fireworks

Culver’s of Lake Orion will host a fundraiser on Thursday to support Orion residents’ efforts to save the annual fireworks show. During business hours June 4, 25 percent of customers’ bills will be donated toward the effort, said Joe Zimmer, owner Culver’s of Lake Orion. Culver’s of Lake Orion is at 4963 Interpark Dr N., […]

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