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Harriers finish, eye states

By Gabriel Ouzounian Review Staff Writer The regular season is over for the harriers of Lake Orion, but the boys' team and one member of the girls' team are not quite done running....more >>
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Orion's playoffs cut short

By Gabriel Ouzounian Review Staff Writer Lake Orion's postseason run ended as soon as it began on Oct. 28, with a 20-17 loss to Walled Lake Central in the first round of the Div. 1 state football playoffs....more >>
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Rank moves up in ranks to head wrestling coach

Following the departure of varsity wrestling coach Brad Keeney this past July, Oxford High School Athletic Director Mike Watson was put in the enviable position of filling Keeney's shoes....more >>
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End of the line for Cats' magical season

Even though Oxford fell short in its state playoff effort, Coach Bud Rowley knew his group had a magical season. The Wildcats lost on Friday, 26-20, to Rochester Adams to finish the season at 7-3 and erase any lingering speculation from last year about whether the school belonged in the more competitive Oakland Activities Association....more >>
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X-country headed for state finals

It's off to the state finals for the varsity girls cross country team. On Saturday, Oct. 29, the girls ran one of their best races of the year as they finished second overall at regionals and qualify for the state finals, which will be held at Michigan International Speedway Nov....more >>

Spikers win Fenton Invite

Varsity volleyball head Coach Kristi McDevitt and her volleyball squad have a lot of confidence heading into district play as they wrapped up their season by winning the Fenton Invitational on Saturday, Oct....more >>
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Born September 14th
1860: Hamlin Garland, author who wrote about the Midwest in novles such as A Son of the Middle Border and The Book of the American Indian.
1864: Lord Robert Cecil, one of the founders of the League of Nations and its president from 1923 to 1945.
1867: Charles Dana Gibson, illustrator, creator of the 'Gibson Girl.'
1879: Margaret Sanger, birth-control advocate and founder of Planned Parenthood.
1898: Hal B. Wallis, film producer (The Maltese Falcon, Casablanca).
September 14th
in history
1911: Russian Premier Piotr Stolypin is mortally wounded in an assassination attempt at the Kiev opera house.
1943: German troops abandon the Salerno front in Italy.The Japanese-American 442nd Regimental Combat Team fought bravely in eight major campaigns.
1960: Iraq, Iran, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia form OPEC.
1966: Operation Attleboro, designed as a training exercise for American troops, becomes a month-long struggle against the Viet Cong.
1975: Mother Elizabeth Ann Seton becomes the first native-born American saint in the Roman Catholic Church.