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Seuss was alive and well in Orion

By Olivia Shumaker Special Writer for The Review A tall red and white striped hat perched alone, under a single spotlight, in the center of a darkened stage, greeted viewers as they entered the auditorium....more >>
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Creative, talented, enthusiastic

Business club readies students for a world after school

Around 20 students at Lake Orion High School are getting a head start on their business aspirations. DECA, an association of high school marketing students, is preparing for an international comptitions, which begin on April 28....more >>
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Got Talent?

ine Knob Elementary students do. They danced and sung during their talent show last Friday night. The audience was wowed by students playing the piano, the guitar and the drums. Adding to the memorable night were third-graders Joey Kennedy, Raymond Bush and Connor Ulrich dancing to Beyonce's "Single Ladies....more >>
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Frankenstein comes to life at Clarkston High

Conor Foley landed on his back from the throw and stood up on his feet quickly. "Again," he said approaching Nathan Larkins during rehearsal last Thursday. Foley plays Dr. Victor Frankenstein and Nathan Larkins is the Creature in the Clarkston High School Drama Club's presentation of "Frankenstein," adaptation by Victor Gialanella based on the book by Mary Shelley....more >>

K-9 search at OHS yields marijuana pipe, diet pills

As a result of an unannounced random drug search conducted last week at Oxford High School, two students will face disciplinary action. According to Principal Mike Schweig, a marijuana pipe was found in one student's locker....more >>
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Auto students take 2nd in state

Oxford High School seniors Conner Booth and Nick Welch work together like a finely-tuned engine that just rolled off a Detroit assembly line. That's why the two auto students took second place at the state finals of the annual Ford/AAA Student Auto Skills Competition held April 13 at the Macomb Community College Expo Center in Warren....more >>

Oakland Schools expert to discuss college-readiness

The public and Oxford Community Schools Board of Education will get an opportunity to hear an explanation of MEAP scores and college-readiness from a member of Oakland Schools at their Board of Education meeting on Monday, April 25....more >>
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OES kids are so darned talented!

From singing and dancing to martial arts and gymnastics, Oxford Elementary students lit up the high school's Performing Art Center Friday evening with their wide array of special skills and talents....more >>
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Leonard Elementary wins 'Battle of the Books' again

Once again a team from Leonard Elementary brought home the gold in the 10th Annual Battle of the Books. They called themselves "The Page Flippers" and they scored 74 out of a possible 84 points to finish first at last week's district-wide competition held at the Oxford High School Performing Arts Center....more >>
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Was Humpty Dumpty murdered? OMS play spoofs crime drama genre

It's perhaps the most senseless and tragic case in the mixed-up world of nursery rhymes. One minute, Mr. Humpty Dumpty, a large egg-shaped fellow, was just innocently sitting on a wall, minding his own business....more >>
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Born October 9th
1873: Charles Rudolph Walgreen, the father of the modern drugstore.
1879: Max von Laue, German physicist.
1899: Bruce Catton, U.S. historian and journalist, famous for his works on the Civil War.
1909: Jacques Tati, French actor and director.
1940: John Lennon, English musician, one of the Beatles.
October 9th
in history
1941: President Franklin D. Roosevelt requests congressional approval for arming U.S. merchant ships. As their escorts turned away, the ships of the doomed Allied convoy, PQ-17, followed orders and began to disperse in the Arctic waters.
1946: Eugene O'Neill's play The Iceman Cometh opens at the Martin Beck Theatre in New York.
1949: Harvard Law School begins admitting women. Women in the Workplace: Education.
1950: U.N. forces, led by the First Cavalry Division, cross the 38th parallel in South Korea and begin attacking northward towards the North Korean capital of Pyongyang. A year after leaving West Point, Lt. Joe Kingston was en route to Korea, where he, like a lot of others, found himself retreating and advancing in a single day.
1983: The president of South Korea, Doo Hwan Chun, with his cabinet and other top officials are scheduled to lay a wreath on a monument in Rangoon, Burma, when a bomb explodes. Hwan had not yet arrived so escaped injury, but 17 Koreans--including the deputy prime minister and two other cabinet members--and two Burmese are killed. North Korea is blamed.