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Anyone can develop resilience and we can help our youth develop it as well. This involves positive behaviors, thoughts and actions that can be learned by anyone. While it is important to stick to routines, we teach young people how to focus on something besides what’s worrying them. The Boys and...
Rep. Annette Glenn, R-Midland, today announced a new website – www.MICovidStory.com – to allow the people of Bay and Midland counties to share their stories during the COVID-19 pandemic. Michigan has reportedly lost over 5,000 dead to COVID-19, and executive orders from Gov. Gretchen Whitmer in...
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 learning to bake along with my young daughters. Does anyone have some easy but good...
If you have not helped with the flood damage that happened right next to our community, I encourage you too find some way to help. I got hooked up with an organization called Crisis Response International. Eight to ten people came from many different states for a week to help our communities....
The atmosphere of shopping at farmers markets during this time of social distancing may be a little different. Previously, farmers markets have been a place to gather and meet with friends. Due to the new environment, we need to be more aware of the changes that must be in place. However, we do not...
Many people enjoy the independence of owning and operating their own small business. If you’re a small business owner, you know that you have additional financial responsibilities when reporting your taxes. A part of this is paying into Social Security. Most people who pay into Social Security...
Lighthearted, educational gardening conversations with MSU Extensiion and friends. Every Friday, 10:00 am - 10:30 am. Register at:bit.ly/cabinFeberConversations. Watch live: www.facebookcom/GardeninginMichigan/ As we all practice social distancing and simultaneously get excited for spring, now is...
This American Redstart was seen recently in a yard in Pinconning Township.	        --Courtesy Photo
This is the time of year when warblers begin their migration northward to their breeding grounds. Michigan is fortunate to host about three dozen of these tiny, colorful birds each year, some of which breed here, while other continue even farther north into Canada. One of the showiest warblers is...
Thrivent Financial On May 21, 2020, the Rotary Club of Pinconning & Standish received a presentation on Zoom from Gregory Kazmierski, Financial Associate with Thrivent Financial. Greg is a 2013 graduate of Pinconning High School and played baseball at Delta College and Saginaw Valley State...
5 Years Ago (May 2015) • Ten sets of twins enlivened PHS in the 2014-2015 school year. They included Marissa and MaKayla Nadolney, Abby and Anna Maciag, Courtney and Zoe Merino, Makayla and Alyssa Cavanaugh, Dedrianna (Day) and David Goretcki, Logan and Lyndsey McQuarter, Loni and Kayli Zolman,...

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