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Italian Dinner fundraiser for Orion Center Seniors

Date: Monday, October 12, 2015
Italian Pasta Dinner, George Sinnott band with dancing, drawings, door prizes. Casual attire. Tickets

Italian Dinner fundraiser for Orion Center Seniors

Date: Monday, October 12, 2015
Italian Pasta Dinner, George Sinnott band with dancing, drawings, door prizes. Casual attire. Tickets

Fall Color Back 40 Challenge Cycling Tour

Date: Sunday, October 11, 2015
The Flying Rhino Cycling Club and Kinetic Systems Bicycles of Clarkston present the 2015 Fall Color

Easter Seals Michigan 2015 Cheers Gala

Occurring Every Wed, Fri & Sun Beginning Sunday, October 04, 2015 Through Friday, December 04, 2015.
An exciting NEW event to benefit Easter Seals Michigan. December 4, 2015 7pm - 10pm - Festive Holiday

Annual Oxford High School Alumni and Faculty Reunion

Date: Sunday, October 04, 2015
Respond to: Notice: This is the last reunion our Chairman, Bernice Hinz, will

Recent Letters

Letters to the Editor

Did you notice from the recent televised political debates that all the presidential candidates support ...more»
Mike Fetzer | Sep 20
Thank you to the Pine Knob staff and The Oakland County Sheriff's Department. Another great season of ...more»
Chris Drouin | Aug 31

Township considers road millage

Proposal 1 which proposed a tax increase to fix roads overwhelmingly failed in May. Now, Supervisor ...more»
Rick Gutowski | Aug 01

Recent Deaths

Allen E. Stec

Allen E. Stec; of Lake Orion; age 57; born October 31, 1957; passed from our hearts September 25, 2015. Allen is survived by ...more»

Harreldean and Carl Hotchkiss

A celebration of the lives of Harreldean (Hayes) Hotchkiss and Carl Edward Hotchkiss will be held on Friday, October 2nd at ...more»

James "Jimmy" Bennett

Bennett, James "Jimmy", age 44 of Lake Orion died September 22, 2015. Jimmy was born January 24, 1971 in Warren, Michigan. He ...more»

Sharing big artwork at Art Prize

For Richard Stocker of Independence Township, his art is meant to be shared. There's lots of sharing at Art Prize in Grand Rapids. "It's the biggest art show on Earth," said Stocker, whose acrylic painting ...more»

Blood moon!

The dreaded Blood Moon came and went Sunday night — and the world didn’t end. Superstitious prophets of apocalyptic doom are probably disappointed, but sky watchers and stargazers relished ...more»

Pros, cons of sewer system discussed as village vote looms

Ortonville- Jim Lane doesn’t want to bear the cost of sewers any more than many of the people who have publicly objected to a proposed village wastewater treatment system due to the financial burden....more»

Between Taorminas celebrates 200th episode on ONTV

By Chris Hagan Review Staff Writer "Sports with Volume" That’s the phrase on a large poster that now hangs in the hallway of the ONTV studio. The poster serves as a commemorating achievement ...more»
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Born October 3rd
1900: Thomas Wolfe, American novelist (Look Homeward Angel) not to be confused with American novelist Tom Wolfe (The Right Stuff).
1916: James Herriot, Yorkshire veterinarian and author of All Creatures Great and Small.
1925: Gore Vidal, writer.
October 3rd
in history
1776: Congress borrows five million dollars to halt the rapid depreciation of paper money in the colonies.
1862: At the Battle of Corinth, in Mississippi, a Union army defeats the Confederates. A Rebel battery's first salvo was the prelude to the Battle of Shiloh, near Corinth.
1873: Captain Jack and three other Modoc Indians are hanged in Oregon for the murder of General Edward Canby. Used by most American Indians, bows and arrows made their mark on the frontier even when guns were around, and arrowhead wounds kept army surgeons plenty busy.
1876: John L. Routt, the Colorado Territory governor, is elected the first state governor of Colorado in the Centennial year of the U.S.
1906: The first conference on wireless telegraphy in Berlin adopts SOS as warning signal.

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