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Sunday, 2012 Oct 28th
Saline junior Elianna Shwayder ran Saline's fastest regional time since 2005.
Saturday, 2012 Oct 27th
A senior class committed to improving wiped away any doubts anyone might have had about this year's cross country team.
The Saline High School varsity football team advanced to the next round of the playoffs and tied a school record with its ninth win of the season Friday night in a 16-14 defeat of Bedford at Hornet Stadium.
This gallery features pictures from the game and around the stadium.
For more on the game, see this story.
Friday, 2012 Oct 26th
Saline scored 16 early points and then held on to beat Bedford 16-14.
Doris C. Lindemann, age 98, of Saline, passed away on Friday, Oct. 26, 2012 at the Saline Evangelical Home.
She was born on April 4, 1914 in Ann Arbor, the daughter of Herman “Dick” and Ermene (Briggs) Knop. On May 5, 1945, she married Robert G. Lindemann and he survives.
Saline High School principal Julie Helber has been on the job since July 1. Now that school has been in session for nearly two months, we thought it would be a good time to check in and see how things are going.
We thank her for taking the time to answer our questions.
Where did you grow up?
I grew up in a suburb of Flint, Michigan in a town called Rankin. It is near Grand Blanc.
You studied kinesiology at U of M. How did you decide education was the field for you?
An early morning police chase involving Village of Clinton Police resulted in a crash in a Saline neighborhood and a suspect fleeing on foot
Clinton Village police followed a stolen vehicle into the City of Saline. The vehicle turned north on Harris Street and crashed near Pleasant Ridge Drive, according to a source.
The Saline Area Fire Department was dispatched to the scene at 2:48 a.m.
The driver of the vehicle was able to escape on foot., according to a source.
Saline High School senior Ryan Whitfield is one of seven Saline High School National Merit Scholarship semifinalists.
A Saline High School group hosted the only public forum for the four Saline school board candidates.
We are proud to be supporting Brian Marl for mayor of Saline. Brian has a keen understanding of what makes a community attractive to young families, which will help our city grow and adapt for years into the future. His emphasis on thoughtful, deliberate economic development policy and his experience in Lansing will make him a tremendous asset to city residents. Brian’s passion for the people of this community already drives him to work hard for those he represents, and we are certain that he will be an excellent mayor.
Thank you for your time,
Mitt Romney has raised $23,120 compared to President Obama's $20,982.
Thursday, 2012 Oct 25th
Plante and Moran gave Saline Area Schools' financial statement an "unqualified" opinion, which is the highest assurance it can give.
Guests who attend Thursday night's open house can win a new laptop computer while learning about the ways in which the FSAS has enriched Saline Area Schools.
Saline High School senior Patrick Kelly Hall is one of seven Saline High School National Merit Scholarship semifinalists.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Arbor Hospice.
The Saline High School student group known as STRIVE will host the event at 6:30.
Wednesday, 2012 Oct 24th
Today, the school board candidates tell us why they deserve our vote.
Stricter laws, harsher penalties needed for true campaign ethics overhaul, according to Driskell
Brian Marl is the kind of young man we need in a leadership position today. He listens critically, he reasons well, and he acts from a deep sense of responsibility to the community. He exercises sound fiscal judgment, and still provides for the basic services we all expect from our government. He has the experience that sharpens his decision making ability from his work on Saline City Council, and his work as a staff person for legislators in Lansing. Please join me in voting for Brian as the next Mayor of Saline.