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Thursday, 2013 Dec 12th
The family of Susan Muriel Brown will receive friends at 1 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 14, at Holy Faith Church in Saline, with a Requiem Eucharist Service beginning at 2 p.m.
St. Joseph Mercy Health System announced it was closing its emergency room on Russell Street in Saline, effectively ending what was left of Saline Hospital.
Wednesday, 2013 Dec 11th
Prospective buyers can check out the goods online or at Houghton on Dec. 16. The auction is online Dec. 17.
The Saline Board of Education considered the new offerings in the 2014-15 Saline High School course book. Several board members wanted more answers about a "Bible in Literature" course before approval.
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• Pizza dinner & snack
• Gym Games
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The District annual report also highlights conservation award recipients for 2013 which will receive their awards at the District’s 66th annual meeting to be held January 16, 2014. The 2013 Conservation Farmer of the Year Award will be presented to the Marion Family of Saline Township.
After a sluggish start, the Hornets took control to beat the rival Pioneers.
Owen Helber scored once and set up two others for the Hornets, who lost despite outshooting the Dreadnaughts.
Max Recknagel scored 17 points for a Hornet basketball team that played well in the second and third quarters, but struggled in the first and fourth quarters.
Mike worked for Ford Motor Company for 32 Years as a wood model maker.
Graden earned a $7,500 raise plus a chance to earn $6,500 if he meets goals in collective bargaining and developing the strategic framework. His contract was also extended to 2018.
Tuesday, 2013 Dec 10th
Saline Area Schools Superintendent Scot Graden received an effective rating and had his contract extended to 2018.
The Washtenaw County Sheriff's Office reports there were numerous break-ins reported Monday, Dec. 9, on Centennial Lane in Lodi Township. The break-ins occurred sometime between midnight and 6 a.m., according to police.
“You can never come up with a concept that you can’t express in English,” said Ann Arbor author Walter Palesch.
Palesch was born in East Germany and English was his third language. This erudite polyglot revels in the knowledge that there are roughly a million words available in the English language.
Here are the winners of the 2013 Saline Moonlight Madness Craft Show Gingerbread House contest, held Dec. 6 at Saline Middle School.
Age Under 12
First Place - Bridget Church, 3rd Grade, Mrs. Toth
First Place - Finoa Crawford, 2nd Grade, Mrs. Schwartzenberger
First Place -- Courtney Lucas, 8th Grade, Mrs. Shuster
Second Place - Samantha Hambleton, 7th Grade, Mrs. Shuster
First Place - Marissa Jedele, Young Adult Program
After a month of lessons from former Saline High School Spanish teacher Mary Thomas, the middle school students put their piñatas up for auction at the craft show Dec. 6.
After offering samples and a limited menu Friday and Saturday, Catrina Vlisides opens Detroit Dog Co. at 11 a.m. Tuesday at 103 N. Ann Arbor St. in downtown Saline.
To follow Detroit Dog Co. on Facebook, visit https://www.facebook.com/detroitdogco.
Zia Hassan and Nathaniel Miller, 52, of Detroit, were charged with conspiracy to commit health care fraud and conspiracy to pay and receive illegal kickbacks for their roles in a $4.5 million scheme to defraud Medicare, according to a Department of Justice news release.