OCSO, LOPD Shop with a Hero programs seek community support

OCSO, LOPD Shop with a Hero programs seek community support

By Jim Newell Review Editor The holiday season is fast approaching and the deputies at the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office and police officers of the Lake Orion Police Department want to ensure that some children in the Orion area aren’t left out in the cold this Christmas. Both agencies are once again participating in the […]

The LOPD brings back Kids & Kops fun night at Blanche Sims

By Jim Newell Review Editor Floor hockey, basketball, ping pong, board games and gym activities. And pizza to fuel the fun. Just watch out for the cops. They might swipe the puck during floor hockey. The Lake Orion Police Association – the officers of the Lake Orion Police Department – brought back the Kids & […]

Orion Twp. Parks & Rec. Master Plan open Nov. 14 for public review

By Jim Newell Review Editor Orion Township’s Parks and Recreation Department is wrapping up its five-year master plan update and will have the plan open for public review in December. “It’s been about a year process with our master plan. We’ve been working with a company to develop it,” said Parks and Recreation Director Aaron […]

General Election Results – Nov. 6, 2018

Lake Orion Community Schools bond proposal passes   By Jim Newell Review Editor Voters approved the Lake Orion Community Schools $160 million school improvement bond request by 12,137 votes (55.36 percent) to 9,786 votes (44.64 percent) in the Nov. 6 general election. All vote totals are according to the Oakland County Elections Division unofficial results […]

Going fishing? Lake Orion’s DePauw wants fishing enthusiasts to recycle their lines, please

Going fishing? Lake Orion’s DePauw wants fishing enthusiasts to recycle their lines, please

By Jim Newell Review Editor “Gone Fishing” says the sign up on the door. But please remember to help protect the environment by recycling your monofilament fishing line. That’s what Devon DePauw, a 2015 Lake Orion graduate, hopes Orion’s fishing enthusiasts do when snipping their lines or spotting discarded fishing line in the waterways. DePauw, […]

Lake Orion Marching Band takes fourth place at state championship

Lake Orion Marching Band takes fourth place at state championship

The Lake Orion High School Marching band’s four-and-a-half-month-long season came to an end at the Michigan Competing Band Association (MCBA) State Championship on Nov. 3. The Dragons ended the show with a score of 93.025 overall, which earned them fourth place in the state. Jaclyn Holmes and Jacob Voight were each awarded a $2,000 Outstanding […]

Paint Creek Trail welcomes a new trail manager

By Megan Kelley Review Writer Early in October, the Paint Creek Trail Commission was in the process of interviewing candidates for the role of Paint Creek Trail Manager. After interviewing several people the commission unanimously decided on Melissa Ford for the job. Ford, a current Lake Orion resident, has a Bachelor’s Degree in History and […]

Election Buddies

Election Buddies

(From left) Doug Hobbs, Leann Lowe and Jodie Holden were at Blanche Sims Elementary on Tuesday, each campaigning for their respective sides of the Lake Orion Community Schools bond proposal. While Lowe and Holden supported the proposal, and Hobbs was against it, they all said they had a great time getting to know one another […]

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