Lifestyles

Throughout the remainder of August and the 2020 Labor Day holiday weekend, police departments, sheriff’s offices, and the Michigan State Police are encouraging motorists to celebrate safely and make smart driving decisions. During a three-week period, August 14 through September 7, there will be...
The Arenac Conservation District, 4295 M-61, Standish, will be accepting tires on August 15th and September 12th from 9 am to 3 pm. Tires must be registered to be accepted at 989-846-4565 ext. 5 or on their website: www.arenacconservationdistrict.com. There is a per tire fee. Check the website or...
David and Alyvia Bishop, of Cheboygan, Michigan, announce the birth of their daughter, Laurel Jean Bishop, on Wednesday, August 5, 2020 weighing 7 lbs 2 oz. Grandparents are Tom and Jan Bishop of Cheboygan, MI, Phil and Dianna Nadeau, of Coloma, MI. Great-grandparents are Sam and Marlene Bishop of...
Applications are now available to 501(c)(3) organizations in Bay County for a new granting opportunity. The Bay County Growth Alliance Fund, through Bay Area Community Foundation, will award to projects that focus on economic growth through community development and improved quality of life in...
Saturday, September 12, 2020 is the day to be at the Pinconning Wesleyan Church, 800 Horn St., Pinconning, from 4 to 7 pm to experience the Michigan Country Music Hall of Fame presentation. Seating is limited, so call early to get your seats reserved. There is an admission fee, contact 989-879-...
(NAPSI)—If your family is like most, there are a few things about your home that really annoy you. Fortunately, ingenious solutions are available for four of the most common pet peeves when it comes to lighting and electronics: 1. Never Enough Outlets: The average family charges up to 12 devices a...
(NAPSI)—Two in five people say they’re more likely to win the lottery than lose their home in a fire, according to a 2019 national American Red Cross survey. Yet the odds of dying from exposure to fire or smoke (nearly 1 in 1,500) are greater than winning the lottery (typically 1 in millions)....
Flies receive a bad reputation. The most well-known fly species draw blood from humans or lay eggs in berries and rotting fruits. However, flies do more than create a nuisance. This week’s Michigan insects in the garden profiles another beneficial fly family, Syrphidae. Species in this family visit...
Brian Shelson and family (l to r) Brian and Jackie Shelson with sons Jack, Jacob and James.                    			                             --Courtesy Photo
Brian Shelson has recently been named principal at Stoney Creek High School in Rochester Hills, Michigan. Shelson joined the administrative team there as an assistant principal in August 2017. Mr. Shelson previously served as an assistant principal/athletic director at Grosse Pointe North High...
(NAPSI)—Good nutrition is important at any age. But for older adults on a tight budget, regular access to nutritious foods can be limited—and expensive. A new program aims to change that by making it easier to get healthy foods at the local grocery store for an affordable price. With Healthy...

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110 E. 3rd St.
PO Box 626
Pinconning, MI 48650

Office Number: 989-879-3811
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