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Wednesday, 2012 Oct 24th

How does Saline Area Schools protect the quality of education for students as enrollment is projected to drop?>


Tuesday, 2012 Oct 23rd

Saline resident John Price endorses Brian Marl for Mayor.


The Library-Brecon Pathway project started mid-October. The path is located along the south side of Brecon Park and north of the inactive railroad right of way. An earth grade has been established so that a 6” limestone base and then 10’ wide 2’ deep bituminous pavement can be placed on it. This non-motorized pathway will link Maple Road to Harris Street. 

Today, candidates for school board answer a question about whether they should fight the trend toward privatization, or whether they should embrace it.


The Saline High School girls' varsity 4 boat traveled to Boston over the weekend to compete against some of the best crew teams in the world.


Monday, 2012 Oct 22nd


Looking for something to do this weekend?

The Saline Fiddlers 19th Annual Fall Hometown Concert., with guest artists Lonesome River Band, takes place at 7 p.m., Oct. 27, in the Ellen Ewing Performing Arts Center, at Saline High School, 1300 Campus Parkway, Saline.

For tickets in advance call 866-257-5333 ext. 1 or visit http://www.salinefiddlers.com or visit the performance venue box office, which opens 5 p.m.

Arts & Entertainment

Dear Editor,

I am pleased to support Saline mayoral candidate Mr. Glenn Law.


More than 250 vendors are expected at the annual craft show.


A 13-year-old Saline Middle School student fell 30 feet from the balcony overlooking the Saline High School gym Monday morning.


Saline Area Players presents Steel Magnolias starting Friday. Learn about how the actors prepare for their roles.


The candidates for Saline Mayor will be front and center at Liberty School Monday night when the Coalition for a Quality Community hosts an election forum.

City council member Brian Marl and former city council member Glenn Law will answer questions from the CQC and from the audience at the forum, which begins at 7 p.m. in the school’s media center.

The race between Marl and Law is the first without an incumbent mayor in years.


Sunday, 2012 Oct 21st

The 50 seniors in this year's 205-member Saline High School Marching Band hope to be playing on Ford Field in November.


Jim and Cheryl Hoeft are endorsing Brian Marl to be Saline Mayor


Can you provide us with an example of using leadership skills to guide a project or initiative?


Why are you the best candidate for Mayor?


Saturday, 2012 Oct 20th

Saline's all-state junior shot a two-day total of 157, good for sixth best in at the Division 1 State Tournament.


After bouncing back from an 0-2 hole at Adrian, Saline fell in the quarterfinals at North Branch.