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Monday, 2013 Nov 04th

Sunday, 2013 Nov 03rd

Saline City Council meets at 7:30 p.m. Monday following a reception for veterans.

Logan Wetzel and Kevin Hall were All State, and Sean Dew had the race of his life as Saline put in an excellent showing at the D1 cross country meet.

It was another big day at MIS for the Saline girls. Senior Elianna Shwayder had her best race as a Hornet in muddy and windy conditions. Gillian Walter and Hannah Cummings made All State. And Gloria Park nearly made All State in her final race as a Hornet.

Saturday, 2013 Nov 02nd

Here's our photo gallery from Saline's playoff victory Friday night.

Down 3-0 and with Belleville threatening to score, Saline forced a turnover and then exploded for 21 points in six minutes to take control of the game.

Friday, 2013 Nov 01st

Signature stores, like Pineapple House and Cobblestone Rose, closed their doors for days as their owners and staff worked furiously to decorate their stores and present their holiday merchandise.

The man faces charges of drunk driving, leaving the scene of a crash and possession of marijuana, according to Saline Police.

Forget trick or treating, the hardcore members of Jill Cooper's Thursday night 7:00pm Zumba class celebrated Halloween in their own way.

The Holiday buzz starts Friday with the Holiday Open House at Downtown Businesses. It continues with the Holiday/Christmas Parade Dec. 7 and Christmas Tree Lighting Dec. 6.

The Hornet defense will try to keep Antwane McGuire in check, while the Tigers worry about Trent Theisen, Nader El-Awar and Griffin Wooley.

The following reports are from Saline Police Department records.

Editor Tran Longmoore looks at a couple of Saline's spookiest legends.

Community

Thursday, 2013 Oct 31st

The mirrors allow students to watch themselves as they practice, which helps with performance stature and vocal articulation

Saline High School senior Andrea Blankenship hopes that by becoming a chemical or biochemical engineer, she will better the world through her research and work.

Over their 17-year history, the Charles Reinhart Company Realtors has collected more than 17,000 coats, all of which have been donated to agencies in our community. The need for winter coats, especially for children, continues to be great.

As Busch's Fresh Food Market of Saline continues to be remodel, John Hunter is here to assist you with all of your questions and shopping needs! John is the Store Manager for our Saline Busch’s:

Name:  John Hunter

Position:  Store Manager

How long with Busch’s:  10 Months

What do you like best about your role?  Interacting with the team and guests.  I love helping someone find what they need or just listening to someone tell me about their day.

Wednesday, 2013 Oct 30th

Saline High School senior Sam Ozminkowski plans to study economics and sees himself working in politics one day.

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