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Saturday, 2013 Jan 12th

Adam Whitener, Josh Ehrman and Dave Boland were double winners for Saline.

Sports

Friday, 2013 Jan 11th

The building at 100 S. Ann Arbor St. was most recently used as a Little Caesars Pizza. What do you want to see there?

Kris Draper and Kirk Maltby stopped by Heritage Elementary for a little street and floor hockey fun, and to help teach lessons about nutrition and exercise.

The Manchester native was a long-term substitute at Pleasant Ridge before becoming Qwest teacher at Woodland Meadows.

Schools

Thursday, 2013 Jan 10th

Registration for the event, aimed at middle school students, is required by Jan. 17.

Community News

Zemke represents part of the city of Ann Arbor, part of the city of Milan, and all of the townships of Ann Arbor, Pittsfield, York and Augusta.

Government

Radon is the leading cause of lung cancer for non-smokers in the United States. Fortunately, it’s a risk factor people can do something about, unlike genetics or family history.

Health

New from the Saline Police Department records.

Police & Fire

The program invites Christian congregations and ministers to plan a period of intentional reflection and renewal.

Community News

Even in the middle of winter, the Saline Farmers Market offers fresh veggies.

The Saline Area Chamber of Commerce is asking people to nominate the area's most dedicated citizens.

Wednesday, 2013 Jan 09th

Open 9am-noon every Saturday, November-April (closed March 16), at Liberty School, 7265 Saline Ann Arbor Road.

Isn’t it amazing that we can still have fresh local veggies from our own farms in the middle of January?  There is still winter squash, cabbage (the size of basketballs…well, almost), Brussel sprouts, sweet carrots, sweet potatoes, white potatoes, onions, greens, and more.

Open 9am-noon every Saturday, November-April (closed March 16), at Liberty School, 7265 Saline Ann Arbor Road.

Isn’t it amazing that we can still have fresh local veggies from our own farms in the middle of January?  There is still winter squash, cabbage (the size of basketballs…well, almost), Brussel sprouts, sweet carrots, sweet potatoes, white potatoes, onions, greens, and more.

Open 9am-noon every Saturday, November-April (closed March 16), at Liberty School, 7265 Saline Ann Arbor Road.

Isn’t it amazing that we can still have fresh local veggies from our own farms in the middle of January?  There is still winter squash, cabbage (the size of basketballs…well, almost), Brussel sprouts, sweet carrots, sweet potatoes, white potatoes, onions, greens, and more.

Driskell took the oath of office standing with family.

Government

The first school board meeting of the year also saw Craig Holden elected vice president and Todd Carter elected secretary.

Schools

Election candidates Paul Hynek and Smita Nagpal confirmed interest in the position, created when Trustee Amy Cattell resigned earlier this month.

Schools

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