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The Pinconning Area Schools Board held their second September meeting on Monday evening. Board Treasurer Tom Boetefuer was absent but excused. After the routine opening of the meeting Superintendent Andy Kowalczyk reported to the Board. In talking to staff, he noted on common concern was a need...
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THE LETCHFIELD PARK BALL DIAMONDS were reconstructed last week. All three diamonds were worked up, cleaned, and filled with a dirt/limestone mix by Servinski Sod Service of Midland. Andy Bergeron of the Pinconning Youth League said, “Over the years, the field’s weeds had gotten out of control....
The Pinconning City Council held a Special Meeting on Monday afternoon. Councilwoman Valerie Morris was absent. The primary purpose of the meeting was to approve Ordinance #412, the new ordinance proposed at last week’s meeting that will allow the City to impose fines for those who violate City...
Last Thursday, Pinconning Township Clerk Beverlene Hribek, Treasurer Dawn Beck, and Trustee Dennis Whitney called for Special Meeting of the Township Board on Monday (September 26th) at 4:00 pm, citing the State Law which allows Board members to call a Special Meeting. They listed 13 items for...
Upcoming Events Saturday, October 22, Rob Little at the Pinconning Community Building, 6:00 pm • Pinconning’s own Rob Little returns to the Pinconning Community Building for a big “Family Friendly” show. All ages are welcome at this show, with no alcohol allowed. Doors open at 5:30 pm. Tickets are...
The Pinconning Band Booster’s 23rd Annual 3 Holiday Craft Bazaar will be held Oct. 15 from 9am to 3pm at the Pinconning Middle School Gym and hallways (605 W. 5th Street). It is free admission and will have concessions as well as a bake sale sponsored by the Band Boosters. We have over 65 vendors...
On Monday, October 10th, 2022, 20% of ALL FOOD SALES all day at CJ’s Sports Grill, will be donated to the Pinconning Youth League Organization. The money being raised will go towards new lights for the main field, new dugouts for the T-Ball field, and new bleachers for all fields.
VOLUNTEERS (left to right) Molly Medenblik, Marianne Essing, Leah Fall,  Adrenne Meyer, a volunteer intern from Rep. Kildee’s office (name unknown), and Maggie Herman - Rep. Kildee’s staff.                       --Courtesy Photo
This month, I had the honor of representing Michigan on Capitol Hill. Along with roughly 600 of my fellow American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) volunteers from across the country, I traveled to Washington, D.C., to urge lawmakers to make cancer a national priority. Together, we...
Each semester Delta College recognizes students for their high academic achievement. Congratulations to the 2,080 Delta students who earned recognition for outstanding academic achievement during the 2022 spring/summer semester. These students averaged a 3.5 GPA or higher. There are three tier...
Students at every Michigan high school have a chance to make a difference in their communities and help their fellow teens become better drivers by participating in this year’s Strive for a Safer Drive (S4SD) program. Entering its 12th year, S4SD is a joint effort between the Michigan Office of...

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