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Wednesday, 2013 Feb 06th
Students who achieve dean's list status have maintained a grade point average of 3.7 or better (out of 4.0) for the semester.
Saline defeated Lincoln 51-48.
The city-owned festival takes place at Mill Pond Park, July 12-13, 2013.
Tuesday, 2013 Feb 05th
Local Officers Compensation Commission recommended a three percent increase for members of Saline City Council.
You can help document Saline's history at two events hosted by the Saline District Library and Saline Area Historical Society.
New Testament scholar David Trobisch explores the world of the Apostle Paul at a program Feb. 18.
Police arrested a man who they believe has been stealing from Tractor Supply, Ace and Chelsea Lumber since 2011.
Here's a brief summary of Monday's Saline City Council meeting
A Harris Street resident heard a bang and noticed footprints in the snow.
Monday, 2013 Feb 04th
Sgt. Marlene Radzik, Lodi-Manchester Community Sergeant, has 24 years experience with Washtenaw County.
Sgt. Mark Schoonhoven, formerly of Plainwell, Mich., died Jan. 20 from wounds suffered when enemy forces attacked his unit with an improvised explosive device on Dec. 15, 2012 in Kabul, Afghanistan.
On Feb. 23, school administrators and friends will jump into icy water at the Big House to raise money for Special Olympics.
Have you been impressed with the art work brought home from school by your kids? Maybe that's because their art teachers can do more than teach art -- they can create it.
Check out the work of the Saline Area Schools art faculty at the Saline District Library.
The show runs until the end of February.
Here are the teachers who are participating in the show.
Kevin McCown, Heritage, Ink on skin, paper, embroidery floss, marker
Organizers hope to raise $4,000 for PEAC, a group that supports cyclists who have have disabilities.
Casey Schukow will sign his letter of intent to play at Hillsdale College while Tyler Palka will sign with Saginaw Valley State on National Signing Day Wednesday.
Sunday, 2013 Feb 03rd
The third annual Empty Bowls benefit for Food Gatherers of Washtenaw County takes place Thursday night at Saline High School.
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.