The Pinconning Area Schools Board held first their May meeting on Monday evening.
The Pinconning City Council held a Special Meeting on Monday afternoon. Councilwomen Sherri Boettcher, Stephanie Chant, and Lorcie Ford were absent and excused.
PINCONNING COMMUNITY CENTER
The Friends of the Pinconning Community Center received a grant award of $50,000 from the Kantzler Foundation for renovations of the Pinconning Community Center. The Kantzler Foundation is the largest private charitable foundation in Bay County.
Camp Fish Tales will be hosting its Spring Open House on May 16, 2021 from 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. at its Pinconning location. This is a free event and everyone is welcome.
FRESHMAN TAYLER MORAND placed 3rd, 4th, and 6th in the distance events at Pinconning’s home track meet last Wednesday.        	            --Journal Photo
The small but dedicated Pinconning Varsity Track team hosted Harrison and Clare last Wednesday, with four boys and three girls in competition. Several events saw more competitors from both of the guest schools than the combined Spartan team.
Alexis Holstine, Valedictorian, daughter of Tony Holstine, of Pinconning and Trisha Holstine, of Pinconning, ranks 1st in the class of 2021, with a GPA of  4.16286.
PINCONNING COMMUNITY CENTER
FRESHMAN TAYLER MORAND placed 3rd, 4th, and 6th in the distance events at Pinconning’s home track meet last Wednesday.        	            --Journal Photo
The Pinconning Area Schools Board held first their May meeting on Monday evening. After the opening of the meeting, the Board heard the Bay-Arenac Intermediate School District (BAISD) 2021-22 Budget presentation from ISD Finance Director Chris Frank. Superintendent Mike Vieau then began his...
The Pinconning City Council held a Special Meeting on Monday afternoon. Councilwomen Sherri Boettcher, Stephanie Chant, and Lorcie Ford were absent and excused. The only items of business addressed were the approval of a contract with Rebecca Lakin to serve as City Clerk, along with placing her...
PINCONNING COMMUNITY CENTER
The Friends of the Pinconning Community Center received a grant award of $50,000 from the Kantzler Foundation for renovations of the Pinconning Community Center. The Kantzler Foundation is the largest private charitable foundation in Bay County. Since its inception in 1975, its governing board has...
Camp Fish Tales will be hosting its Spring Open House on May 16, 2021 from 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. at its Pinconning location. This is a free event and everyone is welcome. Refreshments will be available, including a hot dog bar, snacks, and drinks. Guests will enjoy a number of outdoor activities...
FRESHMAN TAYLER MORAND placed 3rd, 4th, and 6th in the distance events at Pinconning’s home track meet last Wednesday.        	            --Journal Photo
The small but dedicated Pinconning Varsity Track team hosted Harrison and Clare last Wednesday, with four boys and three girls in competition. Several events saw more competitors from both of the guest schools than the combined Spartan team. Notable finishers were: Event Name Place/time Boys:...
BROOKE LAVRACK (#6) led off the first game at Beaverton with her first at-bat of the season. She made the chance count with a triple, that was unfortunately the highlight of the game for the Spartans.				 --Journal Photo
The Pinconning Varsity Softball Team had back-to-back game days on Tuesday and Wednesday of last week, then got some time off before hosting Farwell on Tuesday. On the road at Beaverton last Tuesday the Spartan bats were mostly quiet, leading to 3-13 and 1-13 losses to the Beavers. In the first...
CATCHER COLE REZLER (# 13) had a big day Saturday, leading the team with 4 hits against Meridian in the morning then coming back to lead again with 3 hits against Breckenridge in the afternoon.				 --Journal Photo
The Pinconning Varsity Baseball Team had a frustrating first game in Beaverton on Tuesday before easy victories in the second game and both of their games in Breckenridge on Saturday. Facing the Beavers, DJ LaBean punched the first pitch of the game into right field for a triple, then got...
EMILY DEARY (#32) sent this ball over the center field fence last Thursday for her second homer of the season.		          		            --Journal Photo
The Pinconning Varsity Softball Team split their Jack Pine Conference opening games against Meridian last Thursday, before dropping a pair of games to Tawas on Friday. In Thursday’s first game, the Lady Spartans jumped to an early lead when Kate Foor hit a lead-off single, and was sent home one...
Pinconning Middle School/High School was locked down for several hours on Monday after a threat to a student. Michigan State Police (MSP) Troopers from the Tri-City Post were dispatched to Pinconning High School just after 9:30 am after staff learned that a former student had posted a threat of...

Sports

May 5, 2021 Glen Kendall (6) Dick Klender (12) . . . . 32.0 Tim Floyd (7) John Floyd (5) . . . . . . 28.0 Carl Adler (20) Jeff Adler (1). . . . . . . 28.0 Bill Jasura (9) Floyd...

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