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October has come and gone! Here’s the info on how to get help with the holidays. You have 5! weeks to get your application submitted. Holiday sign-ups will be at the Pinconning Library with Mary LaPan this year on the following dates and times: Wednesday’s from 1:30 to 4:00 pm November 3rd,...
Rep. Annette Glenn, R-Midland, and the Michigan House recently gave final legislative approval to expand opportunities for K-12 students through scholarships. The Student Opportunity Scholarship plan would give families more flexibility and choices in K-12 education. The program would provide...
Bay City Players will present the fund raiser special, A TUNA CHRISTMAS, December 10-12 and 17-19 at Players theatre, 1214 Columbus Avenue in Bay City. This delightful two-act comedy features the citizens of the fictional town of Tuna, Texas. With just two actors, the audience is introduced to...
CALLING ALL DECORATORS!!! The City of Pinconning is pleased to announce the First Annual “Sparkle This Season In Lights!!!” The City is pleased to offer families a fun activity for the holiday season that will bring people to our area and a wonderful way to celebrate as a community! Please join...
MADELINE BAKER is congratulated by Assistant Principal Duane VanDrese on being selected as High School Student of the Month for September. In nominating Madeline, Mr. Penberthy said, “Maddy  is an ultra dedicated student athlete.  She is constantly striving for improvement especially in the classroom.  She often works through lunch, participates often and is inquisitive on a daily basis.  Maddy is aware of personal goals and aspirations.  She is a fine addition to the Pinconning School district.”
The Pinconning Area Schools Board of Education held their second October meeting on Monday evening. Board President Mark Coutcher thanked the parents in attendance for participating. In Public comment, Jillian Groulx stated that she substitute teaches in the District. She said she has served as...
BUCK SCHUMANN (front center) served his last game on the sidelines at PHS on Friday, assisted by (l-r) Rod Schumann, Steve Reszke, and Rick Schumann.     						                                                           --Journal Photo
Friday night was the end of a long era in Pinconning football history, as Harold “Buck” Schumann retired after 60+ years on sidelines with the “chain gang”. For non-football fans, this gang isn’t made up of prisoners, but serve as assistant’s to the officials and mark the line of scrimmage, the...
The members of Pinconning High School’s Student Council will be hosting their Fall Blood Drive on Monday, November 1, 2021, from 8:00 am until 1:30 pm in the school library. Community members who wish to donate can reserve their donation time slot at www.versiti.org or by emailing Michael Stoneback...
The Pinconning City Council held a Special Meeting on Monday afternoon to formally reestablish the Pinconning Police Department and to amend the 2021-22 Annual Budget to establish a budget for the Police Fund. City Manager Becky Lakin presented 3 possible scenarios to Council, for .5, 1.0, or 1.5...
Rep. Annette Glenn’s plan to support sexual assault survivors and bring their abusers to justice is advancing with approval from the Michigan House Judiciary Committee. The legislation is a continuation of efforts to improve the system after shortcomings discovered during the Larry Nassar...
The Hope Quilters will hold a Quilt Sale and Bazaar on Saturday, November 13, 2021 from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm at Hope Lutheran Church, 4760 Church Road, Rhodes, MI. There will be bed quilts, lap quilts and a variety of homemade items. All proceeds will be used for additional quilting supplies. Lunch...

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