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A poem by A. Glover    5 minutes In 5 minutes, our village lay shattered Gripped in misery, broken, and strained A high school reeling from the damage it sustained.   For 5 minutes, the despair was consuming Prayers took over, faith and hope remained Knowing the lives of children will forever be changed.   […]

Eat for the cause . . . Oxford Strong

Eat for the cause . . . Oxford Strong

From the left, Ken Grant, Scott Taylor and daughter Evelyn Taylor were getting the dough ready at 8 a.m. this morning.   A couple of area eateries have reached out to us that I wanted to share. These two businesses don’t want fame or slaps on the backs . .. they just want to help. […]

Suspect identified, arrigned on murder and terrorism

By Dean Vaglia Leader Staff Writer The suspect in the Nov. 30 mass shooting at Oxford High School was identified, charged and arigned on multiple counts of first-degree murder and other crimes on the afternoon of Dec. 1. Identified by Oakland County Prosecutor Karen McDonald, 15 year-old Ethan Crumbley is charged with one count of […]

Christmas events replaced with Friday night vigil

By James Hanlom Leader Staff Writer Out of respect for the recent tragedy, both the Soup and Sweet Stroll and the Annual Christmas Parade this weekend have been canceled. Instead, the Oxford Downtown Development Authority and The Oxford Chamber of Commerce are planning a prayer vigil Friday night for those who perished, or were harmed, […]

Breaking: Death toll rises to four from school shooting

By Dean Vaglia Leader Staff Writer Three Oxford High School (OHS) students — Tate Myre, 16; Hanna St. Julian, 14; and Madisyn Baldwin, 17 — were killed Tuesday afternoon (Nov. 30), and a fourth, Justin Shilling, 17, died late Wednesday morning after a 15 year-old student opened fire during school hours. Others were wounded. On […]

Help Orion Twp. Goodfellows firefighters Stuff the Boot on Saturday to brighten Christmas for area families

Help Orion Twp. Goodfellows firefighters Stuff the Boot on Saturday to brighten Christmas for area families

UPDATE: The Orion Goodfellows Stuff the Boot Drive will take place as scheduled. Firefighters to sell Lake Orion Review newspapers during fundraiser By Jim Newell Review Editor Sometimes, Santa doesn’t wear a red outfit with fluffy white trim. This year, as they have done for more than a half century, the Orion Township Firefighter Goodfellows […]

Village of Lake Orion to consider ‘State of Emergency’

Rising COVID-19 numbers impetus for potential switch to Zoom meetings By Jim Newell Review Editor The Lake Orion Village Council will consider declaring a local State of Emergency during an in-person special council meeting planned for 6:15 p.m. tonight, with the possibility of switching to online meetings or a hybrid option in the future. Council […]

LO Athletic Director provides program updates

By Megan Kelley Review Writer Athletic Director for Lake Orion Community Schools, Chris Bell, joined the district’s Board of Education during their Nov. 10 meeting to provide some updates on the athletic program in LOCS. According to Bell, the district has over 2,000 students registered to participate in both middle and high school sports throughout […]

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