‘Restore M-24’ project nearing completion date

By Jim Newell Review Writer Orion drivers and businesses fed up with the traffic congestion and construction on M-24, take heart: The end is in sight – almost. Next Friday the lanes should be clear of construction. “Nov. 18 is the open-to-traffic date. The project completion is next spring because we have tree planting to […]

VFW Post 334 holds special memorial honoring those buried at sea

By Jim Newell Review Writer The chime of the bell was an ominous, yet grateful, reminder of the sailors who fought and died in service to their country, and now lay at rest in the deep. VFW Post 334 service members, family and friends gathered for a special memorial service at the Veterans Memorial Park, […]

Annual Film Festival Announces Winners

The 2016 3rd Annual Wildwood Film Challenge and Festival, sponsored by Orion Neighborhood Televeision (ONTV), had 11 teams participate and create short films in only four days. Each film entered was required to include components that were revealed to the teams at the Festival kickoff on Oct. 21. The components were: a playground, a pet […]

10th annual memorial run remembers LOHS brothers

By Georgia Thelen Review Staff Writer The 10th Annual Schrauger Memorial 5K and Fun Run will be held at Lake Orion High School on Nov. 19. The Schrauger Memorial commemorates the lives of brothers Timothy and Josh, Lake Orion students who passed away in 2007. The 5K was originally started by the Lake Orion High […]

Inclusive Whirl allows kids with all abilities to enjoy a day at the park

  By Jim Newell Review Writer Children with special needs can take a whirl on a new, specially designed merry-go-round at Friendship Park. The Inclusive Whirl had its debut on Sunday during a special ceremony in which families and officials celebrated with a ribbon cutting. “This wouldn’t be possible without all of our supporters…this started […]

Lake Orion Men’s Cross Country wraps up season

The Lake Orion Men’s Cross Country Team competed in the State Meet on Nov. 5 and finished 16th out of the 28 teams represented. Senior Michael Jarvis, completing his first year of cross country, finished in 4th place to earn All-State honors.

Scripps runner proving she “runs like a girl”

Sophie Novak, 8th grader at Scripps Middle School, is setting cross country records across Michigan. Novak has been running and participating in 5k’s since age 7.Novak was undefeated at her meets for the 2016 season and is currently ranked 3rd in Michigan for girl’s middle school cross country, with records close to that of boys. […]

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