The Pinconning Area Schools Board of Education held their first October meeting on Monday evening in front of a group of parents and students. After the routine opening of the meeting Superintendent Mike Vieau began his comments to the Board.
PINCONNING AREA EMERGENCY FOOD PANTRY received a donation of $1500 from Independent Bank and their local employees on Monday. Food Coordinator Judy Fenwick (front left) accepted the check from Branch Manager Tricia Foldie (front right) as local brand employees (back row) looked on.             --Journal Photo
Independent Bank once again closed on Columbus Day (Monday) for their Sixth-Annual Making a Difference Day. All employees spent a minimum of 4 hours volunteering together, with their teams, in their communities.
APPROXIMATELY HALF OF THE ROOF of the building at 229 S. Kaiser Street sits inside the building after collapsing in the early hours of Monday, June 10, 2019.	                              	  --Journal File Photo
The former doctor’s office and apartments at the corner of Kaiser and Third Streets in Pinconning, which suffered a roof collapse on June 10, 2019, is scheduled to be demolished Thursday and Friday of this week.
VAN SPENCER (#3) settles the ball in Thursday’s match against Gladwin. Last Wednesday, Spencer claimed a gaol and an assist against Lincoln-Alcona.     						           --Journal Photo
The Pinconning Varsity Boys Soccer Team won 1 and lost 2 games in the past week.
GEENA GAUTHIER (#7) drops the ball over the net for 1 of her 7 kills against Shepherd in the Spartan’s 3-2 win over the Bluejays last Wednesday.    --Journal Photo
It was a five-set battle against Shepherd last Wednesday, and in the end the Bluejays outscored the Spartans 111-98. But volleyball plays for set wins, and the Pinconning girls scored when they had to, taking the match three sets to two.
PINCONNING AREA EMERGENCY FOOD PANTRY received a donation of $1500 from Independent Bank and their local employees on Monday. Food Coordinator Judy Fenwick (front left) accepted the check from Branch Manager Tricia Foldie (front right) as local brand employees (back row) looked on.             --Journal Photo
APPROXIMATELY HALF OF THE ROOF of the building at 229 S. Kaiser Street sits inside the building after collapsing in the early hours of Monday, June 10, 2019.	                              	  --Journal File Photo
REBECCA LOWE, Pinconning’s resident Chalk Artist was at it again on Saturday, this time with a Halloween themed scene in front of Pizza Dude on Kaiser Street.          Her pizza-loving skeleton/vampire directs passersby into the shop for some “Spooky Good Pizza”. This is the latest of four different scenes created by Lowe around Pinconning this year.						 --Courtesy Photo
VAN SPENCER (#3) settles the ball in Thursday’s match against Gladwin. Last Wednesday, Spencer claimed a gaol and an assist against Lincoln-Alcona.     						           --Journal Photo
GEENA GAUTHIER (#7) drops the ball over the net for 1 of her 7 kills against Shepherd in the Spartan’s 3-2 win over the Bluejays last Wednesday.    --Journal Photo
The Pinconning Area Schools Board of Education held their first October meeting on Monday evening in front of a group of parents and students. After the routine opening of the meeting Superintendent Mike Vieau began his comments to the Board. The Stadium bleacher project is on track. The...
PINCONNING AREA EMERGENCY FOOD PANTRY received a donation of $1500 from Independent Bank and their local employees on Monday. Food Coordinator Judy Fenwick (front left) accepted the check from Branch Manager Tricia Foldie (front right) as local brand employees (back row) looked on.             --Journal Photo
Independent Bank once again closed on Columbus Day (Monday) for their Sixth-Annual Making a Difference Day. All employees spent a minimum of 4 hours volunteering together, with their teams, in their communities. This year, the Pinconning Branch volunteered at The Pinconning Area Emergency Food...
The Trivia Challenge fundraiser is this Saturday, October 16th, so if you haven’t already signed up, now is your chance! The doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the event starts at 7:00 p.m. with guest emcee, Andy Kowalczyk. The event will be at the Pinconning Township Hall, 1751 E. Cody Estey Road,...
APPROXIMATELY HALF OF THE ROOF of the building at 229 S. Kaiser Street sits inside the building after collapsing in the early hours of Monday, June 10, 2019.	                              	  --Journal File Photo
The former doctor’s office and apartments at the corner of Kaiser and Third Streets in Pinconning, which suffered a roof collapse on June 10, 2019, is scheduled to be demolished Thursday and Friday of this week. The building had been vacant for years when it was taken by Bay County for non-...
Being a good person isn’t hard, but it just doesn’t happen either. Some qualities that make a good person are: they compliment others, they are polite, they are kind to everyone, they remember their manners, they think of others, they go the extra mile, they make friends easily and they always put...
City of Pinconning residents are reminded that leaves ARE NOT collected from the roadside by City staff. The proper method for leaf disposal is to bag them in yard waste containers for collection by Republic Services on regular Wednesday trash days from now until the end of November. For any...
VAN SPENCER (#3) settles the ball in Thursday’s match against Gladwin. Last Wednesday, Spencer claimed a gaol and an assist against Lincoln-Alcona.     						           --Journal Photo
The Pinconning Varsity Boys Soccer Team won 1 and lost 2 games in the past week. With starting goalkeeper Carter Coutcher out for the season, Freshman Landen Enciso stepped in between the pipes on Wednesday when the Spartans hosted the Tigers from Lincoln-Alcona. He faced only a pair of shots as...
GEENA GAUTHIER (#7) drops the ball over the net for 1 of her 7 kills against Shepherd in the Spartan’s 3-2 win over the Bluejays last Wednesday.    --Journal Photo
It was a five-set battle against Shepherd last Wednesday, and in the end the Bluejays outscored the Spartans 111-98. But volleyball plays for set wins, and the Pinconning girls scored when they had to, taking the match three sets to two. The Spartans fought from the beginning but lost the first...
The Pinconning & Linwood Chamber of Commerce Great Pumpkin Challenge will take place in Doc Letchfield Park at the Bandshell this Saturday, October 16. This years event will feature the Great Pumpkin Weigh-in, a Pumpkin Carving competition, the drawing for the Sesquicentennial Raffle, Pumpkin...

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