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Sunday, 2019 Feb 10th

Good Morning Saline. Today's news in 59 seconds, with the greeting from Saline native and Grammy-nominated musician Jeremy Kittel, comments from Saline fiddler Will Kelley, and some Hornets sports news.

Whether it was the Saline Fiddlers, Fiddlers ReStrung, or today’s Saline Fiddlers Philharmonic, the hometown shows have always been celebrations of music and homecoming events for the extended families that formed around the music.

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The Saline varsity competitive cheer team placed first at their home invitational held Saturday at Saline High School. Saline finished with 708 points and was the top finisher among Division 1 schools.

The Hornets host the SEC meet Monday at 6 p.m.


Saturday, 2019 Feb 09th

Eight Saline wrestlers advanced to next Saturday’s regional tournament at Saline High School, keeping their Ford Field hopes alive.


Robert C. McNally 87, of Saline, Michigan passed away peacefully at home in his sleep on Wednesday, February 6, 2019.

Bob graduated from General Motors Institute and had graduate degrees from the University of Michigan and University of Detroit Mercy. He was one of the original faculty members of Washtenaw Community College (WCC). Bob served in the United States Army from 1954 to 1956.  Bob was married to the love of his life Margie for 63 years, and she survives. Together they raised Lance of Townsend, MA and Sue of Howell, MI.


Keith Joseph Chambers passed away on Thursday, February 7, 2019 at Lee Memorial Hospital in Ft. Myers, Florida at 90 years of age.  He was born in Ypsilanti, Michigan, the son of the late Alfred Norman and Agnes Mary Chambers. He was an employee of Ford Motor Company for 41 years and after retirement enjoyed golf and playing cards. Keith was married to Isabel Grace Brown for 48 years until her death June 4, 1994.  He married Joan Stierle Jedele on May 5, 1995 who was with him until his passing.


Playing three games in five days, all of the road, all against tough SEC rivals from Ann Arbor, proved to be especially tough on the Hornets as they dropped a 51-45 decision Friday night against the Skyline Eagles. The loss was the team’s third in a row, dropping their season record to 9-8, 3-4 in the SEC Red Division.


Join us for the following upcoming events at SASC!

Tasty Treats Competition- We are looking for a few more entries for our Tasty Treats Competition on February 22. Local bakers Shawna Sloan (Matty J's), Brian Shockley (Baker's Nook), Melissa Stapish (The Alternative Chef), and Mayor Brian Marl will be judging. Non-SASC members are welcome to enter for $5. SASC members are free. You could win a gift card to a local restaurant!

The Playlist of Our Lives- Join Patty Hart for a fun event on March 8 from 2-4pm. $10 members, non-members are welcome for $15.


Maddy Welch and Nicole Sweetland of Saline Basketball greet us this morning and tell us about the weather. Sports scores, 5 things to do and more!

Saline snapped a season-high three-game losing streak with a 57-35 win at Skyline Friday.

Nicole Sweetland scored 14 points as Saline improved to 11-4 overall and 4-4 in the SEC Red.


Friday, 2019 Feb 08th

Logan Dejanovich scored a goal and two assists to lead Saline to a 5-1 victory over Allen Park as the Michigan High School Hockey Showcase continued at the Chelsea Arctic Coliseum Ice Arena Thursday.


Saline earned another SEC Red Swim and Dive victory Thursday, defeating Huron 132-54.

The Hornets won every swimming event en route to victory.


Saline cruised to its 9th straight MHSAA team district championship Thursday at Saline High School.

Saline defeated Ann Arbor Huron, 66-15, to win the title.


On a night when Saline honored their only senior, Autumn Hurbis, the Hornets’ gymnastics team came away with a victory over Skyline.

Saline outscored Skyline in the floor exercise and on the uneven bars and came away with a 117.575-113.375 victory.


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Thursday, 2019 Feb 07th

Ann Elizabeth Kerastas/Reynolds, age 83, passed away on Sunday, February 3, 2019 in Saline, MI. Ann was born in Owosso, MI on January 23, 1936 the daughter of Michael and Vera (Johnson) Carland.

Ann was a proud graduate of The University of Michigan. She lived most of her life in Grand Rapids, where she worked for Kent Community Hospital and raised her kids.


Saline traveled to Ann Arbor Wednesday night, playing their second varsity boys basketball game in three days, and lost to Pioneer, 57-41, dropping their season record to 9-7, 3-4 in the SEC Red.


United States Senator Debbie Stabenow (D-MI) has added her voice to the chorus of elected officials saluting The Saline Fiddlers Philharmonic who are celebrating their 25th anniversary this year. Sen. Stabenow – the first woman from the State of Michigan elected to the U.S.

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Wednesday, 2019 Feb 06th


On February 2-3, 2019, two teams from Saline High School competed in the 6th Annual Michigan High School Ethics Bowl sponsored by A2 Ethics and the University of Michigan LSA: Philosophy Department. Placing in the top four teams in the state was the team of senior women: Kat Andrade, Deana Cotero, Logan Sepesi, Eleanor Smith, and Claire Weadock. Placing in the top eight teams in the state was the sophomore team: Finn Boulter, Madeline Hornyak, Susie Iyer, and Eli Trese. Kat Weeden also participated.