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Sunday, 2013 Feb 03rd
The Saline Area Schools Historic Preservation Foundation and Saline Area Schools have been partnering on a program that stitches together a picture of local history.
The second grade quilt project is in its third year in the school district. Every year, Saline Area Schools second grade students learn about local history as part of social studies curriculum. Foundation member Cheryl Hoeft teaches a lesson about local buildings. Superintendent Scot Graden teaches a lesson on local agricultural history. Then each student is asked to pick their favorite historic building.
Up to four inches could fall, according to a National Weather Service Winter Weather Advisory.
Funeral services will be held on Monday, February 4, 2013 at 11:00 A.M. at the Robison-Bahnmiller Funeral Home in Saline.
Organizers of the Celtic Festival would like to see the event approved so they can negotiate with entertainment.
At Monday's meeting, Saline City Council will be asked to approve the Celtic Festival for July 12-13, 2013. The city owned and organized festival is moving toward independence at the request of city leaders who've been dealing with tighter budgets in recent years.But financial independence is still years away.
Here's a letter from the Celtic Festival to Clerk Dianne Hill and Saline City Council.
Saturday, 2013 Feb 02nd
Taylor Ticknor won his weight class and Nate O'Sullivan, Ryan Nagy and Dustin Funk reached the championship for the Hornets at Saturday's SEC Tournament.
Roger Phelps was honored at the Michigan Association of Fairs and Exhibition Convention.
Saline improved to 9-6 overall and 5-3 in the SEC Red.
Madeline Johnson, David Schuler, Bradley DeHaan, Elizabeth Willis and Samantha Richart were named to the University of Toledo fall Dean's list.
Friday, 2013 Feb 01st
Grimes is a freshman Exercise & Movement Science and Nursing major.
A talented staff, community spirit and back-to-basics banking has propelled the Bank of Ann Arbor to success and expansion into Saline.
Thursday, 2013 Jan 31st
The first program of 2013 takes place Feb. 10 at Liberty School.
After working with students with special needs as a day camp counselor in high school, Nicole Tucci decided she wanted to work in special education
Freshman Cassidy Polzin and junior Kayla Holsten took home first place in their events at the FFA Leadership Career Development Regional at Milan High School.
Adam Whitener and David Boland each won two events for the Hornets.
Keystone Community Church applied to the State Boundary Commission to be annexed to the City of Saline -- but annexation could bring other property owners into the city.