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The aged and people with disabilities may need extra assistance to manage their finances. If you have a loved one who needs your help, you may be able to become a representative payee. A representative payee receives the beneficiary’s payments and is given the authority to manage them on the...
Consumers Energy announced today it has approved nearly 400 rebates for electric vehicle (EV) charging stations at homes and in public locations across Michigan -- building the backbone of the state’s infrastructure for drivers of emissions-free vehicles. “We’re confident that 2020 will be a...
Human trafficking, one of the worst types of exploitation, is one of the fastest-growing crimes in the world – second only to drug trafficking as the most profitable form of crime, according to the U.S. Department of State. Earlier this month, I voted to declare January Human Trafficking...
Winter Reading Program, January 6 - February 29 Smitten with Books-Children’s Program: Grade 6 & under. Winter is a great time to read! Pick up a log at your branch and return it for a chance to win a $25 movie theater gift card. Teen Program-Grades 6-12 & Adult Program. Read or listen for...
The Social Security Administration launched a new Public Service Announcement (PSA) campaign to continue warning people about the ongoing nationwide telephone impersonation scheme. The PSAs feature a message from Social Security Commissioner Andrew Saul. Social Security and its Office of the...
The Journal received this response to a photo that appeared in the January 8th edition of a building identified as the Pinconning Hotel in February 1922. The recent photo of the Pinconning Hotel ca. 1922 ice storm was not correctly located. The original hotel as in photo was located on the west...
Winter has finally arrived, and we are forced to try to soak up any sun that we get and stay warm when the sun is not out. Oh well, we chose to live in Michigan, or stay if we were born here. I try not to be political in this column, but I want to encourage you to be awake and think for yourself...

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Pinconning, MI 48650

Office Number: 989-879-3811
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