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Friday, 2013 Jun 07th

Thursday, 2013 Jun 06th

The one-room school house on Woodland Drive is considered a living history museum.

The SHS grad walked from Allendale to Traverse City raising money for the MS Society.

Niethammer has returned to Reinhart after working in the Jupiter, Florida real estate market for the past three years.

Leaky Tiki replaces Toppermost at the Summer Music Series Thursday.

Residents were surprised to hear the sirens on a Thursday.

The Summer Music Series is a big hit with people all around southeast Michigan! Why? Because on Thursday nights throughout the summer downtown Saline is filled with music, kids’ crafts, and fun.

 

Summer Music Thursday nights are a street party the whole family can enjoy. With warm summer evening weather, cool music, and kids’ crafts provided by Two Twelve Arts Center, there’s something for everyone from 2 to 102.

 

Richmond and Babcock plan to pursue a career in the health care field.

The Beatles tribute band performs a free concert in downtown Saline.

Saline fell to Plymouth 3-0 at Farmington High School

Wednesday, 2013 Jun 05th

Senior Project FRESH/Market FRESH provides older adults who qualify with unprocessed, Michigan-grown products from authorized farmers markets and roadside stands throughout Michigan.

Students received free books and participated in read-aloud sessions.

Pleger once refused an SHS coach' who told her she should compete as a thrower.

Tuesday, 2013 Jun 04th

The builders of the Torwood subdivision want to build 50 to 60 apartments on Maple Road across from the library.

Liz Walsh and Alexis Wolff finished sixth nationally in their race.

BELOIT, WI (readMedia)-- Dana DiMaggio of Saline, was recently named to the spring 2013 Dean's List at Beloit College. DiMaggio is a Junior.

Beloit College is a residential, liberal arts college offering 40 majors to its 1,250 students. Located 90 miles northwest of Chicago, Beloit is one of the nation's most international colleges, drawing students from 41 nations as well as 49 states.

Community Education is offering a Destination Imagination Camp from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Friday, June 21 at Heritage Elementary School.

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