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Tuesday, 2013 Feb 19th

Susan Beck passed away at the age of 57 Feb. 15 at St. Joseph Memorial Hospital.


Educational groups, not-for-profit organizations or other groups or persons providing horticultural education and/or horticultural therapy are welcome to submit an application for grants up to $250.

The former Hornet goalie, recently named Northern Collegiate Hockey Association Player of the Year, is leading his team into the Peters Cup Playoffs.


Stephenson backstopped the UW-Eau ClaireBlugolds to their first outright conference title in school history while compiling a 17-3-2 overall record and setting several school records.


Monday, 2013 Feb 18th

The Charles Reinhart Company Realtors held their Annual Awards Luncheon on Thursday, Feb. 14 at Barton Hills Country Club, celebrating the accomplishments of 170 agents and six office managers.


A mom wants to know the best way to help a child who refuses to take medicine and other offers to help.

The meeting will celebrate the organization’s successes and features a review of what has been happening over the past year.

Downtown Saline

Holy Faith Church makes it convenient for Salinians to receive the sacrament on Ash Wednesday.


Sunday, 2013 Feb 17th

Residents are asked to bring pictures, from 1840 to 1980, of Saline’s people, places, buildings and events to the library Wednesday afternoon for digital scanning.


The briefing is a political action tool of Campaign for Liberty, a group dedicated to limiting government's power.


Saturday, 2013 Feb 16th

Three Hornets went to Canton's MHSAA Regional looking for the chance to make the state meet at the Palace of Auburn Hills. All three Hornets got the job done.


You can help document Saline's history at two events hosted by the Saline District Library and Saline Area Historical Society.


Saline erased most of an 18-point halftime deficit but couldn't come all the way back.


Melissa Needham scored a career high 18 points for Saline.


Friday, 2013 Feb 15th

Great coffee, fresh scones, delicious sandwiches and marriage proposals -- all part of the business Kim Kaster loves.


Goeman studies Chemical Engineering while Lang studies Biomedical Engineering.

Terri Picket has worked with children and families as a clinical social worker and therapist for more than 15 years before coming to Saline Area Schools.