Monday, 2017 Feb 13th

Those who participated wanted to see park connectivity, natural features, educational opportunities, historical interpretation and river access.

Government
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Dylan Powers was crowned district champion for the 189-pound weight class Saturday at Westland John Glenn.

Powers and Daniel Poupore (125 pounds) were the only two Hornets to advance to...

Sports
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Saline senior and defending state champion diver Dakota Hurbis set the MISCA meet record Friday at Eastern Michigan University.

Hurbis finished with a score of 531.70, breaking a 17-year-...

Sports
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Saturday, 2017 Feb 11th

For ten years, Two Twelve Arts Center served Saline as the center of all things artistic. Sadly, they...

Arts & Entertainment
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The Saline varsity boys’ basketball team dropped a 57-39 decision to the Bedford Kicking Mules Friday night at Saline High School, dropping their season record to 12-4 and 6-2 in the SEC Red. The...

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Led by sophomore forward Ryan Koch’s 17 first-quarter points, the Hornets jumped all over the Kicking Mules taking a 22-8 lead. Hitting three pointers, converting on close in jump shots and making...

Sports
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The Saline varsity girls basketball team lost at Bedford, Friday, 41-29. Saline fell to 11-6 overall and 5-3 in the SEC Red.

 

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Sally Ann Silcox, at the age of 73, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, February 8, 2017 surrounded by her loving family.

Sally was born on October 16, 1943 in Dexter, Michigan. Sally...

Obituaries
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Friday, 2017 Feb 10th

Saline wrestlers won their seventh straight team district championship Thursday night in their home gym.

Saline defeated Pioneer 68-6 in the championship match after Saline defeated Skyline...

Sports
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Samantha Nielsen, of Saline Main Street, spoke to visitors at Saline Winterfest. Here's the video from SCTN.

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Downtown Saline
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Acoustic Routes and five other businesses with Saline ties are teaming up with national sponsors like General Motors to help fight hunger in Washtenaw County as sponsors of The Love Hangover, a...

Arts & Entertainment
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After a lengthy work session on Monday night, Saline City Council still had much to do.

Government
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Saline firefighters contained a garage fire before it could spread to a home on Aspen Road in the Travis Pointe subdivision Thursday afternoon.

A passerby alerted the department to the...

Police & Fire
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The Saline swim and dive team celebrated its seniors Thursday night in a 128-58 victory over Detroit Catholic Central.

Seniors Dakota Hurbis, Daniel Keith, Robbie Amori, Greg Wenning and...

Sports
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Saint Joseph Mercy Health System is calling for Saline-area applicants for the Judy Ivan Healthy Communities Endowment. Applications are due Friday, March 31, 2017.

The Endowment’s...

Health
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Thursday, 2017 Feb 09th

The Saline Area Historic Society will be presenting it's first education program for 2017. 

The program will give the history of the electric inter urban in Saline which used the rail...

History
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Wednesday, 2017 Feb 08th

Jon Hess followed up on his first review of the Saline Police Department, which detailed a "broken" department. In his recent review, Hess spoke of the pride officers feel in their department.

Government
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The 7th Annual Saline Area Schools Empty Bowl Project, “an evening of food, entertainment and community to help end hunger,” takes place from 5:30-7:30 p.m. on Feb. 9,...

Schools
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Logan Dejanovich scored his second hat trick of the season as Saline defeated Monroe 7-1 Tuesday night.

Dejanovich’s three-goal game helped Saline improve to 14-5-1. Cameron Crawford...

Sports
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If you weren’t among the thousands of Saline fans who watched #20 tear up the field at Hornet Stadium this year, you missed something special.

Sports
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