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Wednesday, 2013 Mar 27th

Due to the short time span and close proximity investigators believe all three vehicle shootings are related, police say.

After August 1, tuition will increase $2 per credit hour for in-district rates.

 

Washtenaw County has over 28,000 residents without health insurance.  The Michigan Department of Human Services (DHS) has announced that its Adult Benefit Waiver Program (ABW) will be open during the month of April 2013. The Washtenaw Health Plan manages this program locally under its “Plan A.” Washtenaw Health Plan will offer individualized assistance throughout April and hopes to enroll as many eligible, very low-income adults as possible during that time.

 

Saline’s varsity girls’ water polo team improved to 6-5 with a 10-3 win over Birmingham Groves.

Hannah Lau scored four goals and Emily McCullough and Abby Kowalcyzk each scored twice for Saline. The Hornets also got goals from Adriana Brown and Sarah Noonan. Brynn Rohloff made eight saves for Saline.

In junior varsity action, Saline defeated Groves 15-0.

Tuesday, 2013 Mar 26th

Becky Sulkowski's 22-yard laser was the only goal as goalie Hannah Sheth posted the shutout.

Michigan State Police are working with Pittsfield Police to determine if the vehicle shootings are related

The Rec Center played host to another successful Bunny Tales event this past week. Guests enjoyed a bunny inspired story read by Paula Schaffner of Saline District Library, as well as a snacks and a bunnyrific craft. Thanks to all that attended!!!

The short-run printer is moving to the hometown of owner Tim Simpson, according to the Adrian Daily Telegram and Tecumseh Herald.

Collins' Girl Scout Gold Award Project aims to put 150 flags in Saline Area Schools classrooms.

With 38 years in the book making business, McNaughton & Gunn continues to thrive with innovation and personalized service

Monday, 2013 Mar 25th

 

A diverse, nine-member group of Saline High School alums – graduates of classes ranging between 1965-2004 – met March 19 to begin brainstorming ways to enhance the Foundation for Saline Area Schools.

“Our first goal is to increase contact with Saline alumni through social networking and other means,” said new FSAS Alumni Committee organizer Cheryl Hoeft, both an alum and former Saline High teacher. “Then we want to increase awareness and knowledge of the Foundation with those alumni.”

Here are some recent reports from the Saline Police Department records.

Sunday, 2013 Mar 24th

Chelsey Bishop scored eight goals in two games and Brittany Raines scored the game winner against Walled Lake with 1:15 to play in a 6-5 victory.

Saline City Council holds a special meeting at 6 p.m. Monday night at City Hall to discuss strategic planning and goals.

 

The Saline Hornets track and field teams opened the season by winning the Kermit Ambrose Huron Relays at Eastern Michigan University Saturday.

And the Saline Huskies didn’t do so bad, either.

On the girls’ side, Saline High School finished with 64 points, 20 more than second-place Northville. A second Saline team, the “Saline Northern Huskies,” finished seventh with 24 points.

The Saline Hornet boys finished first with 62 points. Oak Park was second. The Saline Huskies were eighth.

Saturday, 2013 Mar 23rd

Wells are planned for Kohler Farm property in Section 15 of the township. The No Paxton group said another well is planned for the Feldkamp Farm.

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