The Saline Post
Saline may not be in the hunt for a fifth straight title, but the Hornets are sending several athletes into action Saturday, the final day of the boys' swim and dive season.
Two Twelve Arts Center and My Favorite Cafe present Chroma, the Art at the Cafe exhibit for March and April.
News that teacher Jim Letscher died Thursday shocked and saddened the Saline Area Schools community, where the Letcher was an educator from more than 20 years.
Midwestern Gothic and The Residential College at the University of Michigan present Voices of the Middle West: A Celebration of Writers and Independent Presses.
The new Saline Hornet football helmet, unveiled at Thursday's alumni night, still features the old Jack Crabtree logo.
Jim Letcher, who began teaching with Saline Area Schools in 1992, passed away unexpectedly at his home in Clinton, March 6.
Artist Steve Gilzow, whose work has graced the covers of 19 editions of the Ann Arbor Observer, is the Two Twelve Arts Centers' “Artist of the Mont
John Sinclair Larder D.D.S., of Grass Lake, Michigan, age 84, passed away on Thursday, February 27, 2014 at the Arbor Hospice Residence in Ann Arbo
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