Sheriff’s Office warns of recent phone scam

The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office wants to make the public aware of fraudulent phone calls being made to Oakland County residents using the names of Sheriff’s Office personnel. The Sheriff’s Office has received numerous reports of residents receiving phone calls from ‘Captain Dale Miller’ of the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office. During the phone call, the […]

Thank you from CJ’s

Thanksgiving Dinner was great, it was a very festive day and good time was had by all. We’d like to thank: our employees and loyal customers who donated their time and money. The Lake Orion Lions Club, Hollywood Market, Caramagno Foods, Del Bene Produce, Tom Stefanek Dist., Leonard’s Syrup, Sam’s Club, International Baking Co., Orion […]

Veto gun bills

Don’t they have open carry in Las Vegas and Texas? Well, you saw the result of that – mass killings, because nut jobs were able to get unlimited guns and ammo without any problems. No one should be allowed to get guns or ammo without passing a mental health test, at their own expense. That […]

LO Chatroom: Chatty or Catty?

One of the advantages of living in the United States is the ability to express ourselves unabashedly – it’s called Freedom of Speech and it is guaranteed in the Constitution. As we have seen over the years, people are not reluctant to voice their opinion, whether it is about politics, movies, restaurants, TV shows, sports, […]

Reilly is wrong on education

I attended Representative John Reilly’s monthly meeting last week at the Orion Twp. Library. What I heard dropped my jaw to the floor. When asked directly if he’d like to see charter schools in Lake Orion, he replied, with no hesitation, “Yes”. While his voting record proves that he does not generally support our public […]

A warning to residents who drive on Orion Twp. roads

A warning to Orion Township residents who drive on Orion Township roads: If you see a police car behind you, pull over immediately into a driveway or a business parking lot along the road and wait for this police car to go past you. I was driving to the Orion Oaks Dog Park Wednesday morning. […]

Down Syndrome Guild thanks community for support

On Saturday (Oct. 21) at the Knight’s of Columbus Hall, the Down Syndrome Guild put on a BOO BASH and ended with a TRUNK OR TREAT and invited their friends with disabilities from the Lake Orion schools to join in on all the fun. It was a HALLO-ween of a good time! And the turn […]

Let’s All Strive To Be Mediocre!

Several high schools throughout the country are now experimenting with eliminating recognition of students with a high GPA. In fact, some schools have curtailed the labeling of a Valedictorian or Salutatorian. The rational is that some students feel intimidated by fellow students who are studious, are educationally driven and strive to be accepted at prestigious […]

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