Tuesday, 2019 Mar 12th
Allegra Print Mail Marketing, a full-service marketing and print communication company in Saline, announced today the installation of a Heidelberg six-color printing press with an aqueous coating unit that will add significant capacity to its workflow and support growth and continued client demand for offset printing.
“This six-color press is the future of offset print technology, and it's the right move for our customers,” said Joe DiMauro, operations partner of Allegra Print Mail Marketing in Saline. “It replaced our five-color Heidelberg press that we have using since 2000.”
Monday, 2019 Mar 11th
In November, Saline City Council voted to approve a planned unit development for the proposed Layher Farms subdivision on North Maple Road.
The intersection of Maple and Textile roads will soon see improvements for pedestrians thanks to a decision made by the Pittsfield Township Board of Trustees last week.
Sunday, 2019 Mar 10th
Over the past two weeks, every band at Saline Middle School and Saline High School received top marks at the Michigan School Band and Orchestra Association Band Festival.
Saline's bands received the highest rating possible: 1st Division Superior. Bands receiving this rating were the seventh grade band, eighth grade band, the nine grade band, the symphonic band and wind ensemble.
Back in black, Amanda Coy, a 2018 Saline High School graduate, will be back for her second season of twirling at Purdue University with the All-American Band as the Girl-in-Black feature twirler. She auditioned and earned the coveted spot for 2019-2020 this past weekend. Coy has achieved more than 125 local, state, regional and national baton twirling titles as a member of the 20-Time National Champion Saline Twirlettes. She has been twirling for 15 years.
On Saturday, March 2, Saline Middle School hosted an innovative, fun-filled tournament called Destination Imagination (DI). After months of preparation, 24 student teams from more than eight Region 2 schools presented their creative solutions to a number of mind-bending STEAM-based (science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics) challenges.
Saline placed a strong fourth place at the MHSAA Division 1 swim and dive meet held Friday and Saturday at the Holland Aquatic Center.
Saline junior Sarah McLaughlin competed at the MHSAA Division 1 Finals held at Rockford High School. McLaughlin, who qualified for the state finals for the second consecutive season, placed 41st on the balance beam with a score of 7.750.
Wrapping up its inaugural season, Saline Prep Hockey Team wins Adray Metro Championship Tier 2 in a 3-0 defeat over Saginaw Heritage Hawks Prep on March 2, 2019. Led by head coach Zach Willis, Saline's development program is off to a solid start!
Roster: Michael Boe, Cayden Brush, Keegan Bunting, Avery Byron, Will Clark, Quinn Collins, Colton Cundiff, Hayden Davis, Elden Devos, Enthony Devos, Julian Downey, Tommy O'Toole, Josh Peitz, Joe Raupp, Brendan Shinavier, Derek Spears, Cody Stein, Brett Thornell, Connor Thornell
Saline Area Players are deep into rehearsals for their spring show, Scrambled, written by Pat Cook, to be performed March 21-23. For those who are tired of winter and need a chance to laugh, this is the show for you! It is a comedy that takes place in a small-town diner called Showtime Café, where all the dishes are named after movies. The show is directed by Mary Rumman who has been active with SAP for over 30 years. Here is what she says about the show…
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Saturday, 2019 Mar 09th
All are invited to learn more about the amazing "Saline's Bixby Marionettes" presented by Erik Grossman at 2 p.m. Sunday (today) at the Saline District Library.
The Bixby Marionettes are almost unknown to the Saline youth of today but, many decades ago these remarkable hand-carved puppets entertained children and adults in Saline and across the country!
Grossman's presentation is a Saline Area Historical Society program.
Saline had a strong day as the MHSAA Division 1 Swim and Dive finals began with a preliminary round Friday at the Holland Aquatics Center.
Nicole Sweetland’s basket with 2:01 to play gave Saline a 26-23 lead over Pioneer in the district championship game, but Pioneer, playing at home, came back to win 28-26.
Friday, 2019 Mar 08th
Saline Middle School eighth grade student Elly LeCursi won the Miss Shoreline Outstanding Scholarship Pageant.
LeCursi, daughter of Nick and Jody LeCursi, will now compete in the Miss Michigan Outstanding Teen Pageant in June.
LeCursi, a member of the Saline Twirlettes, did a baton twirling routine routine to Another Day of Sun from LaLa Land.
Her platform is Care for Rare: Raising Awareness for Rare Diseases. LeCursi chose this platform because she lives with a rare disease, Primary Cillary Dyskinesia.
In most legends, a protagonist must face a difficult obstacle or overcome a rival