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Newspaper columnist Rod Dreher wrote “There are three kinds of people who run toward disaster not away: cops, firemen and reporters. Watching the coverage of protests over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, the importance of journalism could not be more evident. The photography, videography...
PINCONNING EDUCATION ASSOCIATION members supported the PHS class of 2020 by purchasing signs identical to those provided to graduates by community members and placing them in front of the school on Tuesday afternoon. 					           				--Journal Photo
Wednesday marked the scheduled end of the 2019-2020 school year according to the Pinconning Area School District calendar. It’s been a year that will always be remembered-no matter how much we’d like to forget it. After the sudden end of in-person instruction in mid-March, all of the school...
Trooper Christopher Kustra
Gerace Construction of Midland had a crew performing work on the Wixom Lake Dike in Beaverton last Wednesday, when a crane operating near 14,400 volt power lines caused two workers to be electrocuted. Three employees began administering CPR to one of the victims who wasn’t breathing, while others...
Brandon Krause, Bay County  Register of Deeds
Brandon Krause, Bay County Register of Deeds, is implementing a safeguard to protect Bay County property owners from property theft and fraud. The new system, Doxpop Property Watch, will become available starting June 1, 2020, to all Bay County Residents. Once a property owner is registered in the...
Local non-profits in Bay County have partnered togeher to develop a gift card stimulus program to assist businesses in the county that have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Bay Area Chamber of Commerce (BACC) and Bay Future, Inc. (BFI) developed and are administering the program. “It’s...
Bay Area Community Foundation is pleased to announce that 231 Bay and Arenac county residents will receive a total of more than $300K in scholarships for continuing education. This includes graduating high school seniors, current college students, students pursuing skilled trades or certificates,...
5 Years Ago (June 2015) • The Spartan softball team won district and regional titles. • St. Michael and St. Mary Parishes celebrated closing liturgies prior to the merger of the parishes in the Holy Trinity Parish, which occurred on July 1st. 10 Years Ago (June 2010) • The Saginaw Chippewa Indian...
The Pinconning Area Emergency Food Pantry was selected by Kroger to receive their Community Grant, of $5,000 in gift cards, which will be use to supply pantry shelves. Due to the current public health crisis, food drives were not able to be held, which often included contributions from local organizations. This grant is truly a blessing to our community members in need.  Pictured above are PAEFP volunteers: Judy Fenwick, Sandy Augustyniak, Father Kevin Maksym, Cookie Bumgarner and Sister Naomi Holysko.
The Food Pantry is pleased to announce that we were selected for a Community Grant from Kroger Company, which provided $5,000 in gift cards. This grant will be use to stock shelves with food items needed by the community during the current public crisis. This grant is especially helpful now, as...
Versiti Blood Center of Michigan asks generous Michiganders to help save lives now by donating life-saving blood. All types are needed, especially O-negative blood, the universal blood type used in trauma situations, to ensure hospitals have the blood and blood products they need. Donating blood...

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The Pinconning Journal

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PO Box 626
Pinconning, MI 48650

Office Number: 989-879-3811
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