Eddie Lahar of Linwood, Michigan, won the prize for the largest tree entered from Bay County in ReLeaf Michigan’s Big Tree Hunt. The tree they found is a red oak located in Pinconning MI, and is 189-inches in circumference.                                    --Courtesy Photo
Eddie Lahar of Linwood, Michigan, won the prize for the largest tree entered from Bay County in ReLeaf Michigan’s Big Tree Hunt. The tree they found is a red oak located in Pinconning, MI, and is 189-inches in circumference.
Join Santa and Mrs. Clause for a night of fun and celebration of the holidays at Pinconning City Hall (off of 2nd Street) on Wednesday, December 7th, from 5-7 pm.
The Pinconning City Council held their scheduled November meeting on Monday afternoon, November 21st. The newly elected Council and Mayor were sworn in before the meeting commenced. A number of budget adjustments were approved.
Eddie Lahar of Linwood, Michigan, won the prize for the largest tree entered from Bay County in ReLeaf Michigan’s Big Tree Hunt. The tree they found is a red oak located in Pinconning MI, and is 189-inches in circumference.                                    --Courtesy Photo
2022 PINCONNING SPARTAN VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM (all l-r) Front Row: Riley Hill, Thaddeus Nashatka, Landen Enciso, Luke Grzegorczyk, Ayden Lalonde, Jordan Gunter. Second Row: Anthony Charbonneau, Kyle Meehleder, Evan Knochel, Ethan Skrzysinski, Oliver Cianek. Third Row: Alan Whiting, Calvin Holland, Fisher Burch, Nolan Reszke, Cooper Norman, Dakota Vennix. Back Row: Coach Paul Hoisington, Coach Owen Carter, Dylan Rinard, Head Coach Walter Mulligan, Coach Noah Lalonde.
American Legion Post 239 of Linwood donated $5,000 to the Prince of Peace, St. Anne’s Food Bank, Linwood. Present during the donation were (l-r) Gary Senay; Beth Anderson, Business Manager for Prince of Peace, St. Anne’s; and Commander, Ken Beaudin.   				             --Courtesy Photo
2022 PINCONNING SPARTAN CROSS COUNTRY TEAM (all l-r) Front Row: Kacie-Rae Krevinghaus, Delaney Weber, Owen Rifenbark, Trista Smerdon, Kinsie Jacques, Ariel Holstine. Back Row: Alex Kanthe, David Caffrey, Tayler Morand, Brenen Caffrey, Coach Christy Morand. Not Pictured: Coach Jason Penberthy.										           				         					           --Courtesy Photo
Eddie Lahar of Linwood, Michigan, won the prize for the largest tree entered from Bay County in ReLeaf Michigan’s Big Tree Hunt. The tree they found is a red oak located in Pinconning MI, and is 189-inches in circumference.                                    --Courtesy Photo
Eddie Lahar of Linwood, Michigan, won the prize for the largest tree entered from Bay County in ReLeaf Michigan’s Big Tree Hunt. The tree they found is a red oak located in Pinconning, MI, and is 189-inches in circumference. Award recipients celebrated the conclusion of its 15th biennial Michigan...
Join Santa and Mrs. Clause for a night of fun and celebration of the holidays at Pinconning City Hall (off of 2nd Street) on Wednesday, December 7th, from 5-7 pm. Hot cocoa and cookies will be provided, and the Grinch will be available for photos. Join the Pinconning Police Department in Stuffing...
The Pinconning City Council held their scheduled November meeting on Monday afternoon, November 21st. The newly elected Council and Mayor were sworn in before the meeting commenced. A number of budget adjustments were approved. Mayor Vern Little reported to the Council that the Pinconning-Fraser...
ESSENCE PROVISIONING CENTER principals Kirk Lytwyn and Freddy          Abbas began the Moments Charity Dinner 23 years ago with the late Paul Koch.										 --Journal Photo
It only takes a ‘moment’ to change a life! The 3rd Annual Moments Charity Dinner was held at the Cheesehouse Banquet Center on Saturday, November 19th, in loving memory of Paul Koch, one of the founding organizers of the event. Volunteers served over 500 meals to our local seniors, drive up and...
SUPERINTENDENT ANDY KOWALCZYK (center) accepts grants totaling over $74,000 from the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe as Athletic Director Dalton Bycraft (left) and Technology Director Jay Bosworth (right) look on. 										       --Journal Photo
The Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe announced their Fall 2022 semi-annual 2% slot revenue grants to local schools and units of government last Friday, November 18th. The total payment to local units of government and school districts the Saganing Area of Arenac and Northern Bay Counties, based on...
TRIVIA CHALLENGE WINNING TEAM “SAL’S GALS” (l-r): Linda Bodrie, Martha Gouin, Lisa Anderson, Carole Maida, Kelly Ricketts, Lois Rowell.                                                                                             --Courtesy Photo
Over 100 people had a great time at the Trivia Challenge Night on Saturday, November 12, 2022, held at the Pinconning Community Center. The team members with the highest score, “Sal’s Gals” were presented gifts and given the honor of choosing one of the ten trivia categories to be used at the...
The Pinconning Area Schools Board held their November meeting on Monday evening. After the routine opening of the meeting, Superintendent Andy Kowalczyk reported to the Board. Contracts for the township wi-fi hot-spots are complete and they remain available though use has been low. Mr....

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