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Monday, 2013 Jan 21st
Students from Washtenaw Community College will demonstrate their ice carving skills at six different locations during Saturday's Saline Winterfest.
The Hornets have been propelled by a strong senior class.
Sunday, 2013 Jan 20th
Swimmers like Geoffrey Duong are being counted on to help the Hornets win another state championship.
Is Saline losing its local newspaper office?
Digital First Media, the parent company of the Saline Reporter, is selling its office at 106 W. Michigan Ave. in downtown Saline.
The building is one of two Washtenaw County properties and four Michigan properties listed on the Digital First Media property listings page.
Snow or no snow, Saline Main Street volunteers have planned a full lineup of events.
Friends may call from 2-6 p.m. Sunday, and 2-7 p.m. Monday at the Robison-Bahnmiller Funeral Home in Saline. Services are at 11 a.m. Tuesday at St. Andrew Catholic Parish.
Saturday, 2013 Jan 19th
Michael Hendrickson paced Saline with 16 points.
Retired florist John Cox is showing his quilts at My Favorite Café. He'll have a reception Sunday from 3 to 5 p.m.
Friday, 2013 Jan 18th
The annual run, which benefits the Saline Middle School cross country program and Mike Smith Scholarship Fund, takes place Saturday, Jan. 26.
The first 200 families to the the Michigan Historical Museum receive a commemorative poster featuring a historic map of Michigan.
Eligible students must be enrolled full-time and must earn at 3.5 GPA or higher.
Celebrate the New Year with treasures of years past.
Kelsey Flanagan won two events and Erika Myers performed well in every event to pace the Hornets.
To be eligible for the Dean's List, a student must carry a semester GPA of 3.4 or higher and take a minimum of 3 letter-graded units for the term.
Thursday, 2013 Jan 17th
That weekend, everyone – residents and non-residents alike – can fish without a license, though all other fishing regulations still apply.
Here is the official synopsis of the Jan. 7, 2013 Saline City Council Meeting
Driskell and Zemke expressed support for the idea of investing in infrastructure, but said the Governor came up short on education.