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Entries are being sought for the Northeast Michigan Arts Council’s 31st Annual Quilt Show slated for January 28 and 29, 2023. There is no entry fee, nor are exhibitors required to have made their quilts. A quilt could have been received as a gift or it is a family heirloom. Ribbons are awarded for...
Consumers Energy is funding an independent study during the first half of 2023 to determine the contribution of its 13 river hydro facilities to local communities near those dams across Michigan. That study will build on information gathered during community engagement meetings held in 2022 to help...
The Mid-Michigan Children’s Museum (MMCM) invites families with children to ring in the New Year early at this year’s New Year’s Eve Countdown Blast on Saturday, December 31, 2022. The event will run from 10:00am - 4:00pm and admission is FREE thanks to Credit Unions Impact Saginaw! The museum will...
Two of SVSU’s teams qualified for the national moot court competition that will be held in January in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Left to right: Ethan Day, of Linwood, a May 2022 graduate of SVSU currently enrolled in a post-baccalaureate program; Diva Patel, a cell biology, molecular biology and biomedical sciences major from Kawkawlin; Garrett Powell, a political science major from Chesaning; Nikolas Baker, a political science major from Standish.
Hours of preparation propelled Saginaw Valley State University students to strong showings in a moot court regional tournament hosted by the university on December 2 and 3. SVSU hosted 30 teams from around the country for the event, one of 16 regional tournaments at which students compete to...
The Pinconning Area Schools Board held their lone December meeting on Monday evening. Board President Mark Coutcher recognized Paul Pomaville, who resigned from the Board after his election as a Pinconning Township Trustee, and thanked him for his service. Mr. Pomaville served on the PASD Board...
The Gibson Township Board, with the newly elected Supervisor and Clerk, met on December 12th for the regularly scheduled meeting. Prior to officially opening the meeting Supervisor Matt Bayne addressed the public in attendance. In his opening remarks he recounted how this Country had been founded...
PINCONNING POLICE CHIEF, TERRY SPENCER  (left) and Corporal Greg Nieten (right) gave a presentation to the Rotary Club on the status of the police department.   			                                                                        --Courtesy Photo
On December 8, 2022, members of the Rotary Club of Pinconning & Standish heard a presentation by Pinconning Police Chief Terry Spencer and Corporal Greg Nieten on the status of the police department. In addition to his role as part-time Police Chief, Terry Spencer serves as the Monitor Township...

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