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Peterson resigns school board seat

Soon, there will be another new face on the school board. Just two months after the Lake Orion Board of Education voted in Kelly Weaver to fill a seat vacated by retiring Bill Walters, board Secretary Tina Peterson announced her resignation....more >>
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District welcomes 44 new teachers

Director of Human Resources Nancy Kammer had a very busy summer. She had to say good-bye and wish 25 teachers good luck with their retirements, leaving her with some big shoes to fill....more >>
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A dog and a cheer before the big game

Before heading over to Lake Orion Friday night to watch the big football game, approximately 95 fans of the Oxford Wildcats gathered in the high school parking lot to get pumped full of school spirit and hot dogs....more >>
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Born May 5th
1890: Christopher Morley, writer (Kitty Foyle).
1899: Freeman F. Gosden, radio comedy writer and performer (Amos 'n' Andy).
1908: Rex Harrison, actor (My Fair Lady).
1909: Carlos Baker, biographer.
1943: Michael Palin, actor and screenwriter (Monty Python's Flying Circus).
May 5th
in history
1494: Christopher Columbus lands on the island of Jamaica, which he names Santa Gloria.
1814: British attack the American forces at Ft. Ontario, Oswego, New York.
1821: Napoleon Bonaparte dies in exile on the island of St. Helena.
1834: The first mainland railway line opens in Belgium.
1862: Union and Confederate forces clash at the Battle of Williamsburg, part of the Peninsula Campaign.Eyewitness to War