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Speeding is much more than a violation of traffic laws. Aggressive and reckless driving not only puts drivers and passengers at risk but also impacts the lives of all roadway users, including pedestrians and bicyclists. In 2022, there were 26,700 crashes on Michigan roads that involved speeding,...
Hope Lutheran Church of Rhodes Michigan will be having a Garden Walk on July 11th, from Noon - 6:00 pm, with a light lunch served all day. The pamphlets will be at the Church with the names and addresses of the five gardens and they all will be within a few miles of the Church. We will be having a...
Always a big hit with the crowd, polka music will be featured on July 9th at the Pinconning Bandshell. The Garbulinski Polka Boys have been playing in Doc Letchfield Park since the Tuesdays in the Park concerts first began in 2004. Although the recent loss of their dad has been a sad note in the...
Mike Hoadley, State Representative
After a nearly 20-hour voting day, State Rep. Mike Hoadley recently voted against advancing a budget plan that prioritizes pet project spending over priorities for northern Michigan. “This budget plan doesn’t take into account issues that people across northern Michigan are facing,” said Hoadley,...
The next regular meetings of the Arenac VFW Post #3724 and Auxiliary will be held on Tuesday, July 18th; with Post Commander Ron Van Horn and Auxiliary President Sandy Harrow, presiding at their respective meetings. Meetings begin at 6:30 pm. The audit will be held for the Auxiliary meeting;...
The Pinconning Area Schools Board held their final meeting of the 2023-24 Fiscal Year on Monday evening. There was a Public Hearing on the final 2023-24 Budget Amendments, and the 2024-25 Proposed Budget. No comments were heard. Among the items on the Consent Agenda was the approval of the 2024...
The Pinconning City Council held their June meeting on Monday afternoon. Mayor Pro Tem Stephanie Chant was absent but excused. After the routine opening of the meeting, Treasurer Amy Bromberg provided a report to Council with Budget Amendments to include any necessary year-end adjustments. This...
BRIAN AND DEBBIE SAHA of the Pinconning Cheese Co. and Fudge Shoppe, and their little helpers, show off their plaque as winners of the annual Mac & Cheese Cook-off held on Friday night. Over 180 people braved the rain showers to taste five samples of the dish and vote on their favorite.        	                             --Journal Photo
Due to the threat of severe thunderstorms, the Saturday events for the CheeseTown Festival were postponed by the Pinconning & Linwood Chamber of Commerce. Plans are underway to reschedule the Cheesy CheeseTown Parade, the Vendors, Petting Zoo, and CheeseTacular Fireworks display as soon as...
Everyone is welcomed to attend Pinconning City’s Annual Block Party on July 13th from Noon - 4:00 pm. Come and meet your community! Main events will be held downtown on Kaiser Street and will include: live entertainment, food trucks, games for the kids, and more. Over 50 vendors will be at the...

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