Thursday, 2017 Jan 19th

The Saline Board of Education voted to make Tim Austin its president last week. Swinging the gavel has become a family tradition.

After moving the family to Saline and opening Austin...

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It doesn’t take long to sense the teacher’s passion and see the innovation in Leigh Ann Roehm’s seventh grade science classroom at Saline Middle School.

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Wednesday, 2017 Jan 18th

Logan Dejanovich had his first hat trick as Saline defeated Chelsea 5-4 in varsity ice hockey at the Ice Cube Tuesday night.

Dejanovich scored two goals in the first period and then scored...

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Tuesday, 2017 Jan 17th

Defense was the story as Saline edged Huron 34-32 in girls’ varsity basketball action at Saline High School Tuesday night.

Saline improved to 7-3 and won its second straight game.

“...

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Monday, 2017 Jan 16th

“While it is a wastewater treatment plant, and some odors are unavoidable, the frequency and severity of these odors is simply unacceptable,” said Mayor Brain Marl in his state of the city address...

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A new theater company is asking local residents to submit their favorite pictures and the stories behind them. The theater will then bring the stories to life on stage at Eluminous Studios in...

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Sunday, 2017 Jan 15th

Two Hornet faithful have been rewarded for unflagging support of the blue and gold.

Friday night, Saline High School principal David Raft presented lifetime passes to Craig Hoeft and Frank...

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Saline bounced back from a 4-3 overtime loss to Skyline by defeating Riverview 8-0 Saturday. Saline improved to 8-2-1.

Alex Birkle and  Brendan Murphy each scored two goals for Saline, who...

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Saturday, 2017 Jan 14th

Joan Crane passed away Dec. 26, 2016, at the age of 60.

She was born Jan. 15, 1956  in Baltimore, MD. to Robert Byron Crane and Mary Carol Crane.  She is survived by her son Mathew Robert...

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Local mortgage officer Bill Smith launched Mortgages With a Heart in honor of his late son, Hayden.

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Playing without Sydney Jarvela, injured during a practice, the Hornets improved to 6-3 overall and 4-0 in the SEC Red. Huron edged Pioneer, 43-39, Friday, to improve to 4-0. Huron visits Saline at...

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Missed free throws in the second quarter and turnovers and technical fouls in the third quarter proved Saline's undoing.

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Friday, 2017 Jan 13th

On a blustery Tuesday evening, about three dozen people braved the weather to attend a Strategic Planning Meeting in the cafeteria at Liberty School. The majority of them were city staff, City...

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Thursday, 2017 Jan 12th

The Bridgewater Bank Tavern hosts country music artist The Dani Jamerson band Friday at 9 p.m.

Since founding The Dani Jamerson Band in 2011, Jamerson has experienced playing sold out...

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St. Paul United Church of Christ, at 122 W Michigan Avenue, invites you to worship at 10 a.m., Jan. 15 as the church celebrates the life of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr and his fight for Social...

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Three rifles were stolen from a GMC Arcadia parked on the 400 block of Dogwood Court. The rifled were last seen by the owners in the hatch area of the car on New Year’s Day.

Stolen items...

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As is customary, Mayor Marl delivered his annual State of the City address at the first Saline City Council meeting of 2017 on January 9. The speech lasted 12 minutes and covered a variety of...

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CLEMSON, SC (01/11/2017)-- Two Saline students received degrees Dec. 15 from Clemson University.

They are Jeremy Alan Burtt, who graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Marketing, and John...

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