Lake Orion Review – Aug. 26 Twitter Poll

Lake Orion Review – Aug. 26 Twitter Poll

In a further effort to reach residents of Lake Orion and Orion Township, The Lake Orion Review has started creating weekly Twitter polls for our Question of the Week. These polls will range from questions regarding the township, village and schools to other topics such as events or local businesses. Polls will be created on […]

Disappointed over new township hall, supervisor

Dear Editor, I have been a resident of Lake Orion for more than 25 years and am quite concerned about the direction our township supervisor, Chris Barnet, is moving us into a debt that is really unnecessary and will hurt residents for years to come after he leaves office. Before Chris was elected for second […]

Thank you, Good Samaritan (and firefighter)

On Friday, my husband rode his motorcycle to an outdoor spin class. Upon arriving, he realized that his wallet was not with him. After texting me, to see if he had left it at home, which he hadn’t, he realized it must have fallen out onto the roadway somewhere. Before he returned home, I received […]

When one door closes…

Each of us are busy doing what we do best. When we take the time to stop and be present in the moment, breathe and look at our lives we might find that time is passing so quickly. This summer has been beautiful, but the leaves are beginning to fall from the trees showing us […]

Not too bright!

That’s how I look at the president and his conservative base. This is not the time to be messing with the votes for your own selfish gains. The voters will make you pay. You work for us. We don’t work for you. Or have you forgotten that? “We the People” came first, not yourself and […]

Orion Twp. Municipal Complex should go before voters

It should be put on the November ballot along with fixing Heights Road. First off, it’s not the (Orion Township) board’s money, it’s the taxpayers’ and they come first, not the board members or have they forgotten that? I would rather see this money spent wisely, like fixing Heights road. If I were them I […]

Small Town Joy

As we settle into what has been called “the new normal” in our nation, people are looking for activities that will be fun and yet promote a sense of safety. My wife Mary and I are always looking for activities and stimulants to occupy our time and we think we found one that I suspect […]

Clerk Shults thanks all those who helped in the Primary Election

Greetings Everyone, On behalf of the Orion Township Election Commissioners Trustees Mike Flood and Brian Birney, I wish to express my sincere gratitude to everyone who assisted with the August 4, 2020 Primary Election. Heartfelt appreciation is extended to the Orion Township Library, St. Joseph Catholic Church, King of Kings Lutheran Church, Lake Orion United […]

Sons of the American Legion’s cornhole league

The Sons of the American Legion Squadron #233 cornhole league continues this Thursday in downtown Lake Orion. There are 12 teams in the league and 12 area businesses are sponsors for the season, each getting their name on a custom-made cornhole board, said Lloyd Coe, a member of the Sons of the American Legion who […]