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New Calendar Items

Spring Back 40 Bike Ride

Date: Saturday, May 09, 2015
The Flying Rhino Cycling Club and Kinetic Systems Bicycles presents the Spring Back 40 Challenge and

Playground Build at Orion Oaks Elementary

Date: Saturday, May 02, 2015
Join Family and Friends of Orion Oaks Elementary to install a new play structure. The Orion Oaks Family

National Day of Prayer Community Service

Date: Thursday, May 07, 2015
Join the communities of Atlas, Brandon, and Groveland to celebrate the 64th annual "National Day of

Chuck Keegan Race for the Kids

Date: Saturday, May 02, 2015
Annually held the first Saturday in May; 5K roadrace/3k walk as well as fun events for children. Proceeds

National Enquirer is Coming to Davison “Crossing Over Gallery” Coming to d

Date: Friday, May 15, 2015
Come with an open heart and an open mind as Maria Shaw Lawson (National Enquirer Astrologer Columnist)

Recent Letters

Rumors surround corner lot

Not every taxpayer agrees with Washington Management's Robert Roth's apparent view that investors have ...more»
Mike Fetzer | Apr 09
RE: D. Rush's "The Saga of Yoga Pants & Your Daughter" This article is a classic example that covert ...more»
Kelly Teague | Mar 27

No changes to truck prohibitions on W. Burdick

"The other prohibits "all truck traffic," with the exception of local deliveries, on W. Burdick St. ...more»
Dennis Moser | Mar 22

Recent Deaths

Dawn Marie Pickering

2015-03-29
Pickering, Dawn Marie (Oates); of Shelby Twp.; 3/20/1967-3/29/2015; beloved daughter of Connie (Georgia) Oates and the late Sandra ...more»

Harold Earp

2015-04-13
Harold "Pete" Earp; of Parker, CO; died at 76 years of age on April 13, 2015. He was born on July 8, 1938 in Oxford, MI. Loving ...more»

William Nevaux

2015-03-28
William Joseph Nevaux, of Ann Arbor and formerly of Lake Orion and Oxford, passed away March 28, 2015 in Saline. He was 87. Born ...more»

On target

Anabelle Zielke practices before her Marshmallow Shooter activity during Maker Girl Mania at Clarkston High School last Saturday....more»

Spring has sprung! Time for fun!

Oxford and Daniel Axford elementaries held their joint Spring Fair on Saturday and everyone from kids to parents had a fantastic time as usual....more»

Township exotic animal business spark questions, concerns

Groveland Twp.-It was a phone call township Bob DePalma was not expecting. On April 15 a township resident reported seeing a white tiger near their home. "At first I thought—well maybe the resident ...more»

Aerial adventuring is the future of Camp Agawam

By Meg Peters Review Co-Editor While many residents in Orion Township have enjoyed the area’s bountiful green spaces and trees, not many have actually glided through the forest canopy....more»
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Born April 28th
1892: John Jacob Niles, American folk singer and folklorist.
1898: William Soutar, Scottish poet.
1902: Johan Borgen, Norwegian novelist.
1912: Odette Hallowes, British secret agent.
1926: Harper Lee, Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist (To Kill a Mockingbird).
April 28th
in history
1910: The first night air flight is performed by Claude Grahame-White in England.
1916: British declare martial law throughout Ireland.
1919: Les Irvin makes the first jump with an Army Air Corps parachute.
1920: Azerbaijan joins the Soviet Union.
1930: The first organized night baseball game is played in Independence, Kansas.

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