Cash & Cari show comes to Lake Orion

Over the weekend, the host of a television show found ‘buried treasure? at an Orion Township residence. Cari Cucksey, host of Cash & Cari, a show on the Home & Garden Television channel, brought the show to Lake Orion, to a residence on Merritt Avenue. The show follows Cucksey as she runs estate sales, buys […]

Are you right or left brained?

The kids at Paint Creek Elementary are getting a head start on their artistic and scientific endeavors. The Paint Creek Science Fair and Art Show presented a number of exhibits and pieces from children attending the school, and provided interesting sights for both the artistically inclined and those with more mechanical minds. Rebecca Moll, event […]

Township seeks lower prices for audit firm

Orion Township offices may be looking to replace longtime audit firm Plante Moran in the near future. During the Orion Township Board of Trustees meeting on Jan. 18, Trustee JoAnn Van Tassel commented on her disapproval with Plante Moran’s services. ‘I would like to see us go out for bids,? said Van Tassel. ‘I have […]

Bowlers win half of league competition

Both the boy’s and girl’s Lake Orion High School Bowling teams met Tuesday, Jan. 25 to participate in a league competition against North Farmington’s bowling teams. The boy’s team lost both games, albeit narrowly. Coach Kevin Crowther said that despite the losing score of 22-8, the actual pin count was not so wide a margin. […]

GM hires some, lays off others

By Gabriel Ouzounian Review staff writer General Motors will be laying off more skilled labors from their Orion Assembly Plant, but for other unemployed auto workers, the act has a silver lining. While more than 130 skilled tradesman will be facing indefinite layoffs, Orion Assembly Plant Manager Alicia Boler-Davis said the plant is readying to […]

Gibb delivers broader state of the township address

By Gabriel Ouzounian Review staff writer It seems that one address was not enough to detail the entire state of the township. In the early hours of Thursday, Feb. 3, Orion Township Supervisor Matthew Gibb took the stage once again at King’s Court in Olde World Canterbury Village to further detail how the township fared. […]

Snow hits hard

As Michiganders know, life doesn’t stop for blizzards. So when the snow storm hit Wednesday, Feb. 2, it wasn’t an oddity to see Lake Orion residents going about their business, fighting back against the puffy white menace, or using the storm as an excuse to go outside and play. When all was said and done, […]

Twelve LOHS athletes sign letters of intent

Twelve students from Lake Orion High School are going to have an easier time paying tuition. As of the ceremony held Friday, Feb. 4, students with high achievements in high school football, soccer, and softball officially committed to attending colleges of their choice. After being introduced and praised by high school sport coordinators, coaches and […]

Girls’ Basketball

The Lady Dragon’s proved Thursday night that they don’t go down easily. While Lake Orion trailed for most of the game, a fourth quarter rally saw the Dragons through to a victory over the Troy Colts. First quarter began with Troy scoring first, but the Lady Dragons were quick with their rebuttal, with the scored […]

Argument begins over fire station rebuilding bid

What parameters are considered by the Orion Township Board of Trustees when determining who is awarded building contracts? A debate erupted at the trustee meeting Monday, Feb. 7, over this question. During public comments, Ashley Heidelberg, an employee of Heritage Contracting LLC of Clarkston and Jean Roukounakis, an acquaintance of the company’s CEO and Orion […]