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The Pinconning Area Schools Board held their First August meeting on Monday evening. After the formal meeting, Superintendent Mike Vieau and the Board answered questions from community members regarding the Return to Learn plan. After the opening of the meeting and the approval of the Consent...
Pinconning City Clerk Dawn Hoder handed Interim City Manager Bob Moffit a letter of resignation on Monday. She will use banked vacation for the next two weeks with a final date of employment of August 21st. Ms. Hoder was hired as a part-time Treasurer in 2007, transitioning to full-time after...
Official results from the Tuesday, August 4th Partisan Primary Election have been certified by the County Board of Canvassers. Michigan residents selected candidates they will see on the ballot in the November Presidential (General) Election, and in many cases actually made the choice of who will...
Mike Stoner and Riley, his three year old Standard Poodle, greeted everyone who came to the Paws in the Park event last Sunday, both canine and human. Riley can hardly wait for the new park to open so he can see all his new friends again.                   --Courtesy Photo
Although the skies were threatening to storm and the temperature was high, the rain held off and there were some furry friends that came out to participate in the Paws in the Park event held on August 9th. The dog walk was a fundraiser for the new Pinconning Dog Park held by the Northern Bay...
String Thing Band to perform in the Bandshell August 18th.     --Courtesy Photo
The Pinconning Bandshell will be featuring a crowd favorite for the final Tuesdays in the Park concert on August 18th. If you haven’t been to see a concert yet this summer, this is your chance! As their name suggests, the “String Thing Band” plays many different stringed instruments including...
On August 6, 2020, the Rotary Club of Pinconning & Standish met outdoors at the Pinconning Bandshell to wrap-up its fifth annual Saginaw Bay Nature Festival. The original time for the wrap-up was to be last May, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many of this year’s festival components had to be...
PINCONNING CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS had a slightly different voting layout than normal on Tuesday due to COVID-19 rules.
PINCONNING CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS had a slightly different voting layout than normal on Tuesday due to COVID-19 rules. City Clerk Dawn Hoder estimated that 180 absentee ballots had been mailed out, with 2/3 of them returned through Monday. Traffic was light for in-person voting, with only 8 voters...
Turning over the calendar page to August is an exciting time for many people, as it means High School Fall Sports are soon to begin. After the halting of last winter’s playoffs and the cancellation of the entire Spring Sports season, fans have been looking to the Michigan High School Athletic...
The Pinconning Area Emergency Food Pantry will be holding a golf outing/fundraising event at Green Hills Golf Course on Saturday, August 22, 2020. Social distancing will be observed. There will be prizes, games and food available. come and enjoy the day with us and help support the Food Pantry. for...
ITC will be conducting aerial patrols of the high-voltage transmission towers and lines in north Michigan from approximately August 10-14th, weather permitting. The helicopter patrols are conducted to provide an overall status of the overhead transmission system that is operated by ITC’s Michigan...

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