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Sunday, 2013 Jul 21st

More than 200 people attended Henry Ford's 150th Birthday at the Rentschler Farm.

Saturday, 2013 Jul 20th

Saline High School seniors Raphael Korosso and Jacob Zeiher represent Michigan at Boys Nation. It is the first time in the program's history a state has sent two representatives from the same school.

Friday, 2013 Jul 19th

The event, sponsored by Briarwood Ford and the Saline Area Historical Society, features an antique car show and a historical performance.

Here's a gallery from opening night of "That 70s Show."

The 37-year-old driver of a Cherokee swerved to avoid a rear end collision and lost control, going off the road and flipping several times.

Thursday, 2013 Jul 18th

The folks who gathered at Stone Arch Wednesday seemed in agreement that a specialty food market
is something that would work in downtown Saline.

In our contiuned effort to increase transparency and awareness at SCTN, we have teamed up with thesalinepost.com in the form of SCTN blogs.  The Post has always been great about posting our videos on their site for everyone to see, but now we will be able to get the word out on events we will be covering, as well as other videos that are playing online or on Channel 18 that you may want to check out.  We also hope this can become another outlet for the public to give us feedback on what videos they would l

The terms of Linda TerHaar, Jim Peters and Jim Roth are up this year. So far, TerHaar is the only council member who has pulled a nominating petition.

AllenAsTim and The Dance Hall Rockers play on South Ann Arbor Street at 7 p.m.

Wednesday, 2013 Jul 17th

The Kiwanis Club and local Boy Scouts cleaned Michigan Avenue from Industrial Street to beyond Fosdick Road.

Two Twelve Arts Center and My Favorite Café present the work of Keith McGuire and Valerie Mann.

The man was hit by a vehicle while trying to cross Michigan Avenue at Ann Arbor Street.

Hornet coach Joe Palka invites 3-6th graders to experience a meaningful football experience.

Saline Main Street has invited the public to participate in the downtown Saline market analysis project.

Here's a preview of the annual event by Fair Board Director Lisa Henes.

Tuesday, 2013 Jul 16th

Andrew Bonczyk is working toward his Eagle Scout rank.

Royal serves as Clerk/Treasurer for Chelsea.

Though blight isn't a major problem in Saline, several city council members say it's something they see more of.