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Speakers from the Rotary meeting; Zachary Branigan, Exeutive Director (left) and Trevor Edmonds, Director of Land Protection of the SBLC  (right).                            		          --Courtesy Photo
On March 10, 2022, members of the Rotary Club of Pinconning & Standish heard a presentation by Zachary Branigan, Executive Director, and Trevor Edmonds, Director of Land Protection, of the Saginaw Basin Land Conservancy [SBLC] on the SBLC’s “Nature on Demand” video series. Aside from the series...
(NAPSI)—If you’re like a lot of homeowners, your domicile is in danger from an insidious, invisible growth—mold—and you don’t even know it. That’s because for many people, mold conjures up images of smelly, green and black growth that can cause serious respiratory issues. It is often found in a...
5 Years Ago (March 2017) The Pinconning Area Schools Board honored Olivia Moore as Middle School and Ethan Day as High School Spartans of the month (for the month of February) and used the Spartan Spotlight to recognize Dave Mayer for his continued volunteer efforts and support for the District....
It’s still Medicare Advantage Open Enrollment season and many fitness-minded folks are choosing to sign up for Medicare Advantage and Medicare Supplement plans because they appreciate the extra benefits such as subsidized gym memberships. If you have one of these plans, or you’re thinking of...
For decades, medical researchers struggled to solve the mystery of how to reverse paralysis caused by serious spinal cord injuries. Finally, hope appears to be at hand. Making Mice Move Remarkable video footage shows how paralyzed mice regained some of their ability to walk again after receiving...
Dr. Paul Dake is semi-retired; moved to the Pinconning area to be near family and is submitting articles for the Journal. Dr. Dake has an Undergraduate degree in Physiology and M.D. degree, both from Michigan State University, the latter awarded in 1978; immediately thereafter, Family Medicine...
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’m looking for some delicious side dishes for Easter dinner. - Teri from Marshall Linda...
Can we actually know how much God loves us? The Bible tells us that God has only one son, Jesus. Jesus is it, there is no more, only one child only one son. God sent him and he willingly came to earth to live as a man. He had the same trials and pains as we do. Then, after never hurting anyone and...
Students across the country are heading back to in-person learning, after a year or more of remote pandemic learning. As many schools re-open, the demand for extra help in math for students is growing. Supplemental online tutoring is a great option, as many parents struggle to find help for their...
A DARK-EYED JUNCO left the ground for a few minutes to perch in a colorful shrub before resuming its search below.                         --Courtesy Photo
Absent in summer, this small sparrow leaves its northern breeding grounds to go south for the winter where food is available. Males are mostly dark, some almost black, with sharply contrasting white undersides. Females and young birds are brownish gray above and white below. Both sexes have black...

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