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Tuesday, 2013 Feb 12th

Lodi Township proposed a 425 agreement that would transfer Keystone Community Church into the city, but city council will wait to see the State Boundary Commission annexes the church and several residential properties with it.

Government

Named for a pioneering 19th century newspaper editor, feminist thinker, public speaker and suffragist, the Amelia Bloomer List features books about girls and women that spur the imagination while confronting traditional female stereotypes.

Community News

Monday, 2013 Feb 11th

Sunday, 2013 Feb 10th

With farmers working in the fields just outside the classroom and a large outdoor yard, Bemis Farms' schoolyard habitat provides unique opportunities to interact with nature.

Business

Saline City Council has a work session at 6 p.m. and regular meeting at 7:30 p.m.

Government

After meeting for nearly four hours Feb. 2, the board continues its goal-setting activity Monday evening at Liberty School.

Schools

Saline High School senior Melissa Needham signed a letter of intent to play soccer at Bowling Green State University, where she will study pre-physical therapy.

Sports

       Advice is overrated! I found myself saying this to someone in my office last week. I caught myself, as did she. “What,” she said, “don’t you write an advice column?” Oops!! To heavily paraphrase what happened next, I responded, yes, yes, let me explain. Everything in its context right? Advice can be helpful at times, but not always. In your case, getting advice from your friends about how to find a job has not been very helpful. You’ve either tried it already and it hasn’t worked, or it just makes you feel like more of a failure.

Barbara Hill, mother of four, passed away at the age of 83 at at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital in Ann Arbor.

Obituaries

A private burial will be conducted by the immediate family at Pond Town Cemetery, Norfolk, CT.

Obituaries

The first program of 2013 takes place Feb. 10 at Liberty School.

History

Has there ever been a more successful class of Hornets, in any sport?

Saturday, 2013 Feb 09th

Nate O'Sullivan, Alex Cornelius and Taylor Ticknor made the top four at the MHSAA Division 1 wrestling district tournament at Saline High School Saturday.

Sports

Friday, 2013 Feb 08th

The Lady Hornets freshman basketball team defeated Skyline 52-16 and remains undefeated this season.

The team is coached by Brian Buchanon and his assistant Kristy Chapman.

 

The 425 agreement would see the city take Keystone Community Church with the township retaining homes along Saline Waterworks Road and North Ann Arbor Street.

Government

With two crashes so far today and temperatures about to drop, Chief Hoeft said driving conditions may become more dangerous.

Police & Fire

The Saline "ATA Ninja Plungers" are excited to take to the cold water on Feb. 23 at the University of Michigan's Big House where over 70 teams are taking the plunge to support Special Olympics of Michigan.  The team is pictured here with 3 of their Special Skills students, Joshua Ray, Alex Kelley and Nick Hochrein.  The Saline ATA Ninja Plungers are (l-r):  Cindy Stauder, Vanessa Roe, Stacey Griffiths, Brandon Moore, Paul Teboe, Lisa Rein, Paul Stauder, Steven Moore, Ryan Moore and Stacy Moore.

Lake Erie: Those fishing the Metro Park marina caught bluegills on wax worms or red spikes.

Huron River: Is producing the occasional steelhead. Try spawn or Little Cleo’s. Blue and silver was a good color.

Thursday, 2013 Feb 07th

Come to the market to shop for gifts for Valentine's Day.  Lots of chocolate goodies, cookies, cakes, and pies as well as hand-crafted jewelry and so much more.

Open Saturdays, 9am-noon at Liberty School, 7265 Saline Ann Arbor Rd.

cityofsaline.org/farmersmarket

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