Uncertainty around fall semester continues to be the subject of discussion during LOCS school board mtg.

By Megan Kelley Review Writer While uncertainty looms during daily life for nearly everyone, it remains an almost constant point of discussion at Lake Orion Community Schools school board meetings. Kicking off their May 27 meeting was a public participation emailed to the board by district parent Melissa Reisler. “My question to the board is: […]

Orion Twp. Library announces summer reading program

The Orion Township Public Library may be closed but their summer reading program is still very much ready for takeoff. Starting on June 6 and ending on August 8, children, teens and adults will have the opportunity to win prizes based on the number of books read during that time. “Fantasy and Fairy Tales come […]

Public Safety — June 3, 2020

The OCSO Orion Twp. Substation responded to 427 calls from May 25-31, 2020 • Felony Arrests: 1 • Misdemeanor Arrests: 3 • Accidents: 13 Detectives locate missing teen Deputies responded to the 3000 block of Park Meadow at 1:04 a.m. May 26 regarding a missing, endangered 17-year-old boy. The teen’s mother reported that her son […]

The Mask – a deeper meaning

My last column was about being in unity with all that is happening in our life. The theme was centered on what staying at home because of the Covid-19 virus looked like and being in unity with that. It has changed our daily lives and, with the protests going on now, more change is coming […]

LOHS Student of the Week — Ella Gerdeman — June 3, 2020

Parents: Carrie and Ben Gerdeman Grade: 12 GPA: 3.7 Favorite subject(s): Life Management and Education Extracurricular activities: Future educators rising, choir and SOS Hobbies/Interests: I love to sing and hangout with friends. Plans after graduation: go to Saginaw Valley and become a special education teacher Ella is proudest of: Finding my passion for reaching and helping […]

St. Joseph School embraces distance learning during COVID-19 pandemic

St. Joseph School embraces distance learning during COVID-19 pandemic

By Carol Azizian Review Contributor In a second grade classroom at St. Joseph School, students created posters expressing appreciation for Beaumont-Royal Oak Hospital health care workers and sent them via email to nurses there. In a fifth grade classroom, students created videos of themselves and reported “Science Breaking News” instead of a science test. Since […]

LOHS Dragon Broadcasting and Yearbook receive Spartan Award

Lake Orion High School’s Dragon Broadcasting and Yearbook both received top honors from the Michigan Interscholastic Press Association this week by receiving the Spartan Award. Yearbook advisor Stephanie Orth and her students including editors Audrey Dobbs and Nina Rossman created the 2019 Dragon Yearbook with the theme “Connected”. Dragon Broadcasting is advised by Roger Smith […]

LOHS Senior of the Week – Mason Slocum – May 27, 2020

  Parents: Bret Slocum, Terri Jarvis and Regan Slocum   Grade: 12   GPA: 3.53   Favorite subject(s): Science, Social Studies and Fresh-Start Cadet Extracurricular activities: Football and wrestling   Hobbies/Interests: Mountain biking and camping   Plans after graduation: go to college and participate in collegiate athletics Mason is proudest of: Being an older brother, being […]

Suspect arrested in multiple Oakland County convenience store break-ins

Brandon Twp. man allegedly stole cigarettes, alcohol, a BB gun and a DTE meter By Jim Newell Review Editor Oakland County, Mich. – A man who allegedly broke into several convenience stores across north Oakland County, including one in Orion Township, is behind bars and could face up to 20 years in prison. Nathan James […]

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