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The Consumers Energy Foundation today announced over $480,000 in grants to help Michigan nonprofits provide critical help to communities across Michigan. The Foundation has now provided $5.4 million in direct response to the COVID-19 pandemic since March. “Consumers Energy is committed to being...
NORTHWOODS WHOLESALE OUTLET’S new large item storage and truck unloading building takes shape early last week. By the end of the week the structure was weathered-in with electrical work progressing inside and kayaks being stacked inside.				        				        --Journal Photo
Northwoods Wholesale Outlet, Pinconning’s largest employer, continues to invest in the community, with three major efforts at the end of 2020 to position the company as a major player in the state- and region-wide outdoor sporting goods business. Northwoods Owner/CEO Marty Hornacek gave the...
MARY LEDBETTER 	        	  --Courtesy Photo
January Bob Moffit, hired by the Pinconning City Council as Interim City Manager last month after Dawn Hoder announced her resignation, took over the job full time. He asked Council to name current City Manager Dawn Hoder as City Clerk, at the same wage she earned as Manager. Councilman Brian...
Jayce Pomaville
Editor’s Note: This is PHS Senior Jayce Pomaville’s winning essay in the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Regional Scholarships awarded by the Saginaw Community Foundation, and available to high school seniors in Saginaw, Bay, and Midland Counties. Dr. Martin Luther King inspired the generations that...
The City of Pinconning reminds residents that City Hall is closed to the public as recommended by the County Health Department. Winter Tax Bills and Water Bills have been mailed. The City asks that payment be made by mail or by using the payment drop box in front of City Hall. Those with questions...
The Bay County Health Department (BCHD) is pleased to announce that healthcare and other critical infrastructure workers who live or work in Bay County may register to receive the COVID-19 vaccine by completing the survey online here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/bchd-c19vx. Registering online is...
Christmas will be a little brighter for many families of the Pinconning area thanks to volunteers who gathered at the Pinconning Area Emergency Pantry located in the United Methodist Church to prepare over 150 Christmas Baskets. These baskets were distributed to our local families in need. Items...
If you don’t want to haul your holiday beverage cans to the store for return, Divine Shepherd Christian Community Church will be happy to take them off your hands! Cans For Christ is a fundraising effort, pursuing his kingdom with can and bottle return donations. Anyone can drop off their cans...
THE DERELICT “CHEESE CAPITAL” WATER TOWER, a point of civic pride when it was installed but an eyesore on Pinconning’s skyline for the last several years, fell to the wrecker’s torch last Wednesday. A 2% grant from the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe several years ago was intended to fund the removal...
The Pinconning City Council held their December meeting on Monday evening. Mayor Andrew Morris and Councilwoman Valerie Morris, who were sworn in after the November meeting, were welcomed to the Council. After the opening of the meeting the Annual Audit was presented by Dave Gwizdala of Quast,...

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The Pinconning Journal

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PO Box 626
Pinconning, MI 48650

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