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Pinconning Mayor Jason Brazeau turned in a letter of resignation to City Manager Dawn Hoder on Monday morning. He cited family priorities as his reason for leaving the position. Although he states that his resignation is effective immediately, by law it must be accepted by the City Council. Per...
2019 HOMECOMING COURT UNDERCLASSMEN: (from left) Freshmen Adriah London and Delaney Weber, Sophomores Tori Shark and Mckenzie Sinicki, and Juniors Kaylei Groulx and Lydia Wise.   --Journal Photo
Once again it is time to celebrate Homecoming at Pinconning Area High School! Student council members have planned several activities for the enjoyment of students, staff and community members. Homecoming week at the school began with the voting for Homecoming court with the winners being: Seniors...
Financial Aid Counselors will be at the HS/MS Media Center on Monday evening, October 7th from 6 pm to 7:30 pm to assist seniors and/or their parents, in completing the FAFSA. Information you need to complete your FAFSA: • Student and Parent’s FSA ID Numbers (Apply for a pin at https://fsaid.ed.gov...
Pincanna, a cannabis company which will operate a grow and processing facility in Pinconning, Michigan, will host a job fair on Saturday, September 28 from 10 am – 6 pm. The recruiting event will be held at Pinconning Township Hall, 1751 E. Cody Estey Rd. where company representatives will be on...
The Pinconning Fraser Fire Department (PFFD) Board held their September meeting last Wednesday, September 18th. Board Secretary Pat Powers was absent and replaced by Alternate Member George Augustyniak. After the opening of the meeting and approval of the agenda, minutes, and Financial Report,...
The Pinconning Area Schools Board held their Second September meeting on Monday evening in front of a large crowd. The consent agenda was approved. Superintendent Mike Vieau reported to the Board that at a recent conference in Traverse City, he spoke with recently appointed State School...
Rep. Annette Glenn of Midland today voted in support of the Legislature’s school aid budget, which prepares students for success inside and outside the classroom with the largest K-12 investment in Michigan history. The schools budget provides a total of $15.2 billion for K-12 schools. Per-pupil...
New Nature Playground signs attract children to experience the new area.  Kevin & Melissa Shark and their children Owen, Madelyn, & Lincoln were the first to try out the new sign showing how they compare to bird wingspands.  --Courtesy Photo
Several members of the Rotary Club joined staff of the Saginaw Basin Land Conservancy and a few other community volunteers to complete work on the new nature playground in Doc Letchfield Park. One of the new signs at the Park invites children to compare their “wingspans” with those of birds....
Ken Osborne, a Southeran Gospel Music artist, has been singing concerts, camp meetings and revivals for 28 years. --Courtesy Photo
Ken Osborne, a Southeran Gospel Music artist, has been singing concerts, camp meetings and revivals for 28 years. He has served as music director at the College Terrace Wesleyan Church in Traverse City, Michigan for 21 years and sang with several quartets, traveling in the Mid-West, before he and...
Pinconning High School Class of 1968 will be gathering and having dinner at the Albright Shores Eagles, 1380 Estey Rd., Beaverton, MI 48612. We will meet at 6:00 pm on Friday, Octoer 11, 2019. If anyone has questions, feel free to call or text Glen Cook at 989-482-2171. Hope to see many clasemates...

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