LOHS teacher unearths prehistoric bone

LOHS teacher unearths prehistoric bone

By Cathy Kimmel-Srock Review Staff Writer When LOHS biology teacher Andrea Brook returns to school in the fall and her students ask her what she did this summer, she has a mammoth story to tell them. Well, a Gomphotherium story, to be more accurate. Brook was recently part of a research project where she, along […]

Township meeting turns personal

By Brian Marshall Review Editor For the second consecutive session, the Orion Township Board Meeting featured allegations, denials and plenty of general animosity. The Monday meeting, Orion Township’s last until after the Aug. 2 Primary Election, included a fair amount of personal frustration between board members and some not-so-veiled accusations. The focal point of the […]

Driver’s fate lies on lab tests: Wild crash on Baldwin

By Brian Marshall Review Editor A stunning accident that saw a pickup truck veering into the opposing lane and skidding into other cars will not result in charges any time soon. “A full drug screening and review of the medical records will be a major factor relating the charges on the driver of the responsible […]

Medical camp inspires high schoolers

Medical camp inspires high schoolers

By Brian Marshall Review Editor Several Lake Orion High School students attended a career camp recently at the Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine. The two­week camp hosted 30 high school students considering careers in biomedical sciences or bioengineering. Medical School and Engineering School faculty members teamed up to create an instructional, hands­on experience […]

Young Americans to visit LOHS

By Chris Hagan Review Staff Writer The performing arts juggernaut, The Young Americans, have included Lake Orion High School to their 20 city summer camp nationwide tour and it’s the first time the group has ventured over to east Michigan. The Young Americans group work with children from three years old to college age strengthening […]

Check out those rides!

Check out those rides!

Lake Orion residents Jake LeTendre and his dad, John, check out the specs on a 1970 Dodge Challenger RT 440 at Culver’s weekly car show. The Challenger, which belongs to Oxford resident Danny Balinski, was one of many cars displayed at that week’s show. Photo by Cathy Kimmel-Srock. Culver’s hosts its Weekly Classic Car Night […]

Going for the gold: Library hosts TP Olympics

Going for the gold: Library hosts TP Olympics

By Cathy Kimmel-Srock Review Staff Writer It’s an everyday item that serves an important and functional use, but last week it was instrumental in a whole lot of fun for participants at the Orion Township Public Library’s Toilet Paper Olympics. According to youth librarian Linda Pannuto, it was a fun event that incorporated math. Inspired […]

Police chase ends in deadly car crash: Driver arraigned on charges

Police chase ends in deadly car crash: Driver arraigned on charges

By Chris Hagan Review Staff Writer A 75-year-old Independence Township man was killed after his vehicle was struck by a motorist attempting to flee from Sheriffs deputies following a prescription fraud arrest on Thursday. Deputies responded to a report of prescription fraud at the CVS Pharmacy in the 3400 block of Baldwin Road around 7:45 […]

Human rights resolution adopted

By Brian Marshall Review Editor The LGBT community in the Orion Township area came away satisfied after the July 5 Township meeting. The group has been lobbying for a Human Rights ordinance making it illegal to discriminate against anyone, namely those in its group. The township board approved a resolution that forbids discrimination of any […]