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Lynn Eckerle is the author of the weekly food column The Recipe Exchange along with a blog, Lynn’s Musings From a Deep Well. She loves country cooking, small town living and taking the back roads. Dear Lynn, I cannot make a decent creamy rice pudding. I’m hoping some readers can give me that rich...
The bible tells us; people will know who the Christians are by the love they show for others. I have a hard question. What would your neighbor or coworker say if News 5 did an interview with them and asked about you? If you are honest that should make you stop and think. See just not being mean or...
When you retire, if you become disabled, or if someone you depend on dies— we are there when you need us. With your personal and secure my Social Security account, you can access your information, benefits, and important services from just about anywhere. Having a personal my Social Security...
The Merlin, one of three falcons found in Michigan, is a bird known for centuries in the Northern Hemisphere worldwide. In the Middle Ages, falconry was a popular sport among the English gentry. Knights hunted using the larger Peregrine Falcon. Gentle women hunted with a smaller bird, the Merlin,...
St. Michael’s 4th Grade Students shown with Rotary Club Members who gave a presentation about John James Audubon’s artwork from the early 1800s.                                                                          --Courtesy Photo
The 2024 Rotary Saginaw Bay Nature Festival is underway. In January, a nature program was presented by Rotarians to students in every 4th grade classroom in Arenac and Northern Bay counties, about 230 students in all. This year’s program included historical information about John James Audubon...
Editors note: This letter was sent by a well-known local citizen. He contacted the Journal last year and expressed concern that the stories printed from area politicians were exclusively from Republicans. We pointed out that all of our State representatives ARE Republicans, and we welcome Letters...
5 Years Ago (January 2019) 2019 Pinconning Coming Home Court: Freshman, Theodore Shark; Freshman, DJ LaBean; Sophomore, Dakota Maes; Sophomore, Nathaniel Rosekrans; Junior, Joseph Knapp; Junior, John Norman; Seniors Michael Ellsworth, Darren LaBean, Mason Vieau, Hunter McGillen, Nolan Briggs, and...
Thursday, February 8th, • Rotary Club, Regular Meeting at CJ’s, Noon. Standing events Second Monday • Fraser Township Board Meeting, 7 pm, 1474 N. Mackinaw, Linwood. • Garfield Township Board Meeting, 6:30 pm, 1138 W. Erickson, Linwood. • Gibson Township Board Meeting, 7 pm, 7214 Main St., Bentley...
Our online learning resources for educators are great for teaching others about Social Security! Chances are that a student will know someone who receives retirement or disability benefits. Our educational resources help communicate information about our programs to a new audience and show them...
If you did not apply for Medicare Part B (medical insurance) within three months before or after turning age 65, you have another chance each year during the General Enrollment Period. The period runs from January 1 to March 31 every year. If you don’t enroll in Part B when you’re first eligible...

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