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Sunday, 2013 Mar 10th

Saline High School Agricultural Science students swept two divisions of the 2013 Arthur Berkey State Agricultural Science Fair held March 6-8 on the campus of Michigan State University.

Dear Dr. Nagpal,
Our 16 year old daughter is becoming increasingly distant from our family, spending most of her time with her boyfriend.  She has lost interest in athletics (at which she once excelled) and her schoolwork and grades are deteriorating.  Now she wants to get a tattoo but my wife and I think she's too young. Do you have any
suggestions? Thank you,Geoff 

Dear Geoff:

Saturday, 2013 Mar 09th

 

What do you do when you win nearly every event and set state and national records, and yet, it’s still not enough to win?

If you’re a Saline Hornet, you find a way to get better.

The Saline boys’ swim and dive team one-upped their remarkable preliminaries performance and came from behind to beat Birmingham Brother Rice, 313-309, in the closest Division 1/Class A state meet since at least 1998.

The Interfaith Council for Peace & Justice will protest the gun show at Washtenaw Farm Council Grounds Saturday, demanding tougher gun control legislation.

The Spring Craft Show takes place March 16 at Saline Middle School.

Friday, 2013 Mar 08th

 

A new cultural center for Saline is just beginning to take shape.

About 20 people gathered at Stone Arch Arts and Events Tuesday to see what members of the community brainstormed at two previous visioning sessions. Interested parties will no split into three groups to study funding, location options, and other arts and culture centers. The next meeting is planned for 7 p.m., April 8, at Saline City Hall.

(For more information, visit www.design-hub.com/culturalcenter)

Despite three state records and eight first place finishes, is in a virtual dead-heat with Brother Rice for the state championship.

Boland, Ehrman, Whitener and Bundas smashed a national public school record in the 200 medley relay.

Two Twelve Arts Center hosts a reception from 7 to 9 p.m., Friday, for its challenge-based exhibit, "Earth Challenge 4-People of the Earth: Cultures."

Thursday, 2013 Mar 07th

Police found two bikes in a field near Woodland Drive and Maple Road March 2.

 

One of the bikes was a Huffy black freestyle action series BMX (below). The other was blue, black, red and white Shogun Trailblazer (above).

If you own the bikes, or you know who owns the bikes, call Saline Police Detective Don Lupi at 429-7911.

The students in the Young Adult Program may have disabilities. But they showed they were fully capable of commanding the stage and rocking the house at Saline Middle School Thursday might.

Tickets for Thursday's Y.A.P. At Your Talent Show cost $10, with proceeds going toward technology for the Young Adult Program, which helps young adults with disabilities make the transition from life as a student to life as an adult. Another 10 percent of proceeds will go to Kiwanis Club's Project Eliminate, an initiative that targets neo-natal tetanus infections in the third world.

 

 

The Saline Football program will be hosting an Alumni & Friends Night event on Thursday, March 14 at Mangiamo's in downtown Saline. 

The event will begin at 6 p.m. with a chance to talk with former coaches and old teammates.

The evening will include a meal and presentation from Head Coach Joe Palka about the 2012 season that resulted in a 10-2 record, an SEC Red Championship, and a Division I District Championship.  He will also highlight where some of last years players are going to play college ball and what to look for in 2013.

Funeral Services will be held on Monday, March 11, 2013, at 11:00AM at the St John’s Lutheran Church of Bridgewater.

Obituaries

 

What does it take to own a business?

Saline area residents can find out at the free Saline Franchise Seminar that will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday, March 16, at Saline City Hall.

The event is being sponsored by the Saline Area Chamber of Commerce.

The idea behind the Free Saline Franchise Seminar is to explore the possibilities of owning a small business, learning the many ways to finance it, where to locate it and, most of all, what learning what kind of business you are most likely to succeed in making a return on your investment.

Senior Reece Dils led Saline with 25 points in his final game as a Hornet.

House Bill 4299 would bar cities like Saline from enacting paid leave policies greater than those of the state or federal government.

Government

Wednesday, 2013 Mar 06th

Sample great chili and support a good cause Saturday.

Here are recent police from Saline Police Department records.

Police & Fire

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