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The Northern Bay Ambulance (NBA) Board held their second December meeting on Thursday afternoon in front of a small crowd at the Pinconning Township Hall. Board Member Jim Dubay arrived shortly after the meeting began. After the opening of the meeting Karen Snyder reported on Payroll. She is trying...
Hunter Vogtmann
THE BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS of the Great Lakes Bay Region would like to announce Hunter Vogtmann as the November 2023 Member of the Month for the Pinconning Unit. Hunter is 7 years old and attends Pinconning Central Elementary. He is a very active member at the Club and participates in several of...
The Pinconning Food Pantry making an impact on the Pinconning School District and Pinconning to Linwood area families. Thanksgiving Dinner to 450 area residents, for the third year in a row, at the Cheese House, prepared by Harold Johnson and his crew. Essence Provisioning Center, located on...
Before and during the Christmas and New Year’s holidays, law enforcement officials throughout Michigan are participating in the “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign. To protect lives, there will be increased patrols on roads from December 15, 2023, to January 1, 2024, with zero tolerance for...
The Pinconning City Council held their scheduled December meeting on Monday afternoon. Mayor Pro Tem Stephanie Chant was absent but excused. After the routine opening of the meeting, it was reported that the Downtown Development Authority meeting was routine business with nothing notable, and the...
Bay City Players will present The Revolutionists on January 7 & 12-14, 2024 at 1214 Columbus Avenue, Bay City, Michigan. The Friday and Saturday performances are at 7:30 PM, and the Sunday performances are at 3:00 PM. The Revolutionists is directed by Elizabeth Dewey, with Assistant Director...
(StatePoint) The New Year is the perfect time to hit the reset button on your health and wellness. Not sure where to start? Doctors say you can make the biggest impact with small, incremental tweaks to your routine. “It is quite common after the holidays to think about all you’ve eaten or your...
(NAPSI)—In November 2022, Jim Cheatham was stationed across the country from his family when his grandmother’s health began to quickly decline. Help From The Red Cross “It became very obvious that she was not going to make it to the end of the year,” said Beth Cheatham, Jim’s mother. “My son had...
(NAPSI)—One of the greatest joys—but potentially biggest challenges—for many grandparents is time spent with the grandkids. Whether yours are toddlers or teens, keeping them entertained requires a level of fitness that might include everything from lifting a child to chasing them at the playground...
Haylee Peterson of Pinconning (center) took 1st Place at the Taekwondo Invitational.    			 	                     --Courtesy Photo
On October 28th Dragon Fire Taekwondo of Standish hosted their First Annual Invitational Tournament held at Standish-Sterling Elementary School. And what a great turnout it was! Athletes from several schools in Mid-Michigan came to compete in Patterns/Poomsae, Synchronized Patterns, Weapons, and...

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