Shannon Forshee, Executive Director at Camp Fish Tales, accepts a check from Karl Ieuter, of the Ieuter Insurance Group and Hastings Mutual Insurance Company, for $4000.                                                                                --Courtesy Photo
Camp Fish Tales received $4,000 grant from Ieuter Insurance Group and the Hastings Mutual Insurance Company. These funds will support camper scholarships so everyone can enjoy camp.
TWO CHEVY SILVERADOS involved in the fatal Tuesday morning crash that closed the southbound lanes of I-75 last Tuesday morning. Damage to the two trucks was extensive though not obvious in these shots.     		                                                                  --Journal Photo
Interstate 75 southbound was closed for several hours last Tuesday morning from Pinconning Road to Linwood Road due to an accident that occurred just before 8:30 am across from the Linwood Rest Area.
Everyone has been enjoying the evenings in Doc Letchfield Park listening to music, the entertainment has been great! The Tuesdays in the Park concert on July 27th, will feature the band Blues Mobile.
Pinconning High School Varsity Football Coach Walter Mulligan was diagnosed with cancer earlier this year.
Robert "Bob" A. Laughton
Robert “Bob” Arthur Laughton of West Branch, MI and Sun City Center, FL.
Shannon Forshee, Executive Director at Camp Fish Tales, accepts a check from Karl Ieuter, of the Ieuter Insurance Group and Hastings Mutual Insurance Company, for $4000.                                                                                --Courtesy Photo
TWO CHEVY SILVERADOS involved in the fatal Tuesday morning crash that closed the southbound lanes of I-75 last Tuesday morning. Damage to the two trucks was extensive though not obvious in these shots.     		                                                                  --Journal Photo
Brothers (l to R) Skyler Pomaville, Ethan Hunt, and Luke Pomaville were fishing near Hale, MI with family and caught these large mouth bass. Skyler age 11, Ethan age 10 and Luke age 5 proudly  display their catch for the camera. 	    					                   --Courtesy Photo
Robert "Bob" A. Laughton
The Pinconning City Council held their July Meeting on Monday afternoon. Councilwoman Stephanie Chant was absent and excused. Mayor Little commented that the City is working hard to notify residents not in compliance with the Blight Ordinance. Most have made efforts to comply but several have been...
The City of Pinconning will host a Meet-and-Greet for City residents this Friday, from 5:00-7:00 pm in the City Hall parking lot. City staff and elected officials will be on hand to meet the residents. There will be a bouncy house, and popcorn, slushies, cotton candy and hot dogs will be...
Shannon Forshee, Executive Director at Camp Fish Tales, accepts a check from Karl Ieuter, of the Ieuter Insurance Group and Hastings Mutual Insurance Company, for $4000.                                                                                --Courtesy Photo
Camp Fish Tales received $4,000 grant from Ieuter Insurance Group and the Hastings Mutual Insurance Company. These funds will support camper scholarships so everyone can enjoy camp. The policy of the Board of Directors and Staff Leadership of CFT is to never turn a prospective camper away based on...
TWO CHEVY SILVERADOS involved in the fatal Tuesday morning crash that closed the southbound lanes of I-75 last Tuesday morning. Damage to the two trucks was extensive though not obvious in these shots.     		                                                                  --Journal Photo
Interstate 75 southbound was closed for several hours last Tuesday morning from Pinconning Road to Linwood Road due to an accident that occurred just before 8:30 am across from the Linwood Rest Area. Bay County Sheriff Troy Cunningham reports that a 2019 Chevrolet Silverado was northbound when the...
Pinconning High School Varsity Football Coach Walter Mulligan was diagnosed with cancer earlier this year. Last Saturday, the Spartan Community far and wide held a fundraiser Golf Scramble at Green Hills Golf Course to raise money to help the coach and his family. The course was packed with 43...
THE CAST OF HONK! JR runs through their staging last week in preparation for their opening night, next Tuesday, July 20th at the Pinconning Middle School Gym.    				                                                                                       --Journal Photo
The dedicated thespians of Pinconning Area Schools were hit as hard as all other school activities by COVID-19 restrictions and quarantines during the 2020-21 school year, but were determined to make their traditional “Spring Musical” happen, even though it morphed into a Summer Musical. The...
Last Tuesday night, just after 11:00 pm, a passerby noticed flames from a house on N. Huron Rd, and contacted Bay County Central Dispatch. The Pinconning-Fraser Fire Department (PFFD) was dispatched and received reports before arrival that there were injuries and an individual trapped inside. When...
A TRUCKLOAD OF CUCUMBERS destined for Bay View Foods to become pickles was involved in an accident on Friday morning on N. Huron Road just south of Coggins Road. The truck wiped out a length of guardrail and laid over onto it’s side, spilling it’s load into the Tebo-Erickson Drain. The truck...
The Northern Bay County Fund invites all dog lovers and people that enjoy having fun to a “Pints for Paws” fundraiser on Wednesday, July 21, 2021. The event will be held at CJ’s Sports Grill on M-13 in Pinconning from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. Funds raised will go toward improvements at the Pinconning...
One of the community’s favorite groups will be playing at the July 20th Tuesdays in the Park. Rifle River Folk Strings is a community-based string band that began meeting regularly for informal jam sessions in 1995 and have been performing for area events since that time under the leadership of Art...

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