Polly Ann Trail will see “goatscaping” in near future

Polly Ann Trail will see “goatscaping” in near future

By Georgia Thelen Staff Writer The Polly Ann Trailway Management Council is currently fundraising to try a different approach to managing the trail’s weeds and overgrowths — with goats. The Trailway Council is looking at “Goatscaping” — more formally know as conservation grazing — as an alternative to the pesticides normally used along the Polly […]

Orion Art Center opens newest exhibit, Celebrating Humanity

By Georgia Thelen Staff Writer The Orion Art Center opened its newest exhibit, Celebrating Humanity on Feb. 16. Through the end of March, the Orion Art Center will have dozens of art pieces on display carrying notes of genocide and persecution through the years. Lake Orion community members and Lake Orion High School students created […]

Dragons take command of 1st place in the OAA Red division

LO falls to Flint Powers, the top team in the state, on Saturday By Shane Stockwell Review Contributor When Lake Orion faced off against Rochester United Thursday night at the Detroit Skating Club first place was on the line for both teams. The winner would take a commanding lead of the top spot in the […]

Walk this Way: Village council to consider sidewalk improvement program

Property owners would be responsible for sidewalk repairs By Jim Newell Review Editor Village of Lake Orion officials are in the process of creating a comprehensive sidewalk repair program to determine which sidewalks are in dire need of replacing, and establishing the process for notifying homeowners that the work needs to be done. The village […]

LO Village Council prepares to steer roadway repair program

Residents will likely have to ante up for street repairs By Jim Newell Review Editor Village of Lake Orion council members have known the village’s streets are in dire need of repair for some time. Now the council is in the process of developing a street repair and replacement program and determining which streets to […]

A young boys basketball team strives against tough opponents

The Varsity boy’s basketball team played a hard game on Feb. 9, but eventually lost a close game to Farmington by a score of 54-49. The Dragons trailed for three quarters before taking a 4-point lead with six minutes remaining, but the Falcons would outscore Lake Orion 15-6 down the stretch to pull out a […]

Dragon wrestlers compete in team, individual District Competitions

By Rebecca Moll Review Contributor Lake Orion High School hosted the MHSAA Team District wrestling competition Feb. 9. In round 1, Lake Orion defeated Stoney Creek, winning 10 of 14 matches, six by pin, with senior John Moll (wrestling at 125 lbs.) and sophomore Jaden Fisher (152 lbs), winning in the first period, for a […]

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