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Chris and Molly Girard Honorary Chairs for the event.                                                --Courtesy Photo
Join us for dinner and this crowd pleasing, one of a kind event which includes pari-mutuel betting on wooden fish. Six fish will race in each heat on a custom track. Admission per person includes dinner and an evening of gambling fun. Doors open: 5:30. Dinner served: 6:00. Post time: 6:30 The event...
About 800 students graduated from Saginaw Valley State University following the 2020 winter semester. The graduates earned the distinction despite a global pandemic that led many institutions -- including SVSU -- to transition its in-class courses to online and remote learning environments in the...
Although our library has been closed physically, your library staff has been working to bring you books, information, and entertainment through our website, Facebook page, Instagram, and YouTube. We have not put an exact date on our re-opening, as it will depend on circumstances beyond our control...
ONE ROOM SCHOOLHOUSE in Rhodes from 1931. Front Row (l-r): Bill Carstens, Aldor Carstens, Earl Graves, Irene Klender, ? Whitfield, ? Whitfield, Dorothy Lafrenier, Dewey Nestle, Ruth Armier, Izabell Wizner, Floyd Aspell. Second Row (l-r): Jack Levandoski, Esther Ehlers, Rosie Graves, Anna Mae Aspell...
BAY CITY, MICH – McLaren Bay Region is taking a proactive approach to mitigate the spread of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. McLaren is closely following the guidelines set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to ensure that all necessary precautions are being taken...
Common Redpoll
A bird that nests in the far north, the Common Redpoll is seen in our area-though rarely-during the winter months. They are numbered among the tiny finches that frequent local feeding stations this time of year, like goldfinches, siskins, house finches, purple finches, and crossbills. They are...
The bright red Northern Cardinal is stunning any time of the year but especially when viewed against a snowy winter landscape. Christmas card makers have always known this. One hundred years ago this “southern” bird was seldom seen in Michigan. But when the forests were cleared, and homeowners...

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Pinconning, MI 48650

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