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In order to comply with Governor Whitmer’s Stay Home, Stay Safe dictates, the Pinconning Area School Board’s meeting planned for April 27th at 7:00 pm will be held via Google Meet at it’s scheduled date and time. This will require adjustments to the normal process to substantially comply with the...
The Mayor’s Scholarship Board has announced that the banquet has officially been canceled this year. The scholarship selection committee will be meeting soon to choose students to receive scholarships that have already been funded.
The Pinconning City Charter requires adoption of the budget for the coming Fiscal Year (July 1, 2020-June 30, 2021) before May 10th. In order to meet this deadline, the City has set two Special City Council Meetings. The first, to be held on Tuesday, April 28th at 10:00 am has a specific agenda of...
The deadline for filing a petition to run as a candidate for Pinconning Mayor or City Councilperson of Tuesday April 21st, at 4:00 pm has been extended by a Federal Court Order. The Michigan Bureau of Elections issued the following Press Release on Monday: A federal court issued an order on April...
Farm Bureau Insurance announced that it will give back to its members, first responders, and area restaurants in Pinconning/Linwood through its We’re in This Together initiative. “As we weather this COVID-19 crisis together,” said Farm Bureau Insurance agent Josh Klee of Pinconning, “This new...
THIS NORTHERN HARRIER was seen feeding on something in a cornfield near Pinconning in early April. The photo in the inset shows him as he flew away, showing off his 4-foot wingspan, black wingtips, and white rump.  --Courtesy Photo
One of the easiest hawks to identify because of its habit of flying a few feet above the ground is the Northern Harrier, formerly known as the Marsh Hawk. As it glides over an open field or along a ditch, its bright while rump stands out prominently against the solid gray back of the male or the...
Due to restrictions implemented in response to the coronavirus pandemic, the Rotary Club of Pinconning & Standish has modified its annual community service and fundraising project, the Saginaw Bay Nature Festival. This year’s is the fifth annual event, the first one having been mounted in 2016...
BLOODROOT is one of the earliest wildflowers to bloom. This one bloomed on April 18th. --Courtesy Photo
The season has progressed during the past two weeks in spite of the snow flurries and cold spells. Our first daffodil bloomed next to a birch tree on April 8th and many more have followed. While checking on our nesting goose on April 11th, we spotted a herd of turtles (technically called a bale)...
(StatePoint) As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, many people are staying in their homes to help prevent the spread of the disease. Feeling lonely from time to time is natural, but this unprecedented time of social distancing could lead to increased loneliness. There are some easy ways to feel...

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