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Thursday, 2012 Dec 13th
Saline defeated Ypsilanti and Skyline Wednesday.
Here's how to order the Schools of Rock DVD.
Open Saturdays from 9am-noon, November-April, Liberty School, 7265 Saline Ann Arbor Rd.
Here is what is available:
Fresh Local Produce is still abundant and comes from local farms
Baked Goods that are handmade and delicious including breads, muffins, cookies, candy, granola, donuts, pepperoni rolls, sweet rolls, prezels, flavored popcorn and much more. Also, gluten and dairy free baked goods.
The district turned a $1.5 million deficit into a $145,000 surplus, but questions loom about the impact of the reform in Lansing.
Wednesday, 2012 Dec 12th
Saline Main Street produced this brochure which brings to light many of the great holiday gifts which can be found in downtown Saline.
The Saline Stingrays youth swim program won their first Southern Michigan Swim League Championship since 2005.
State Rep. Rick Olson talks about Right to Work and Personal Property Tax.
Tuesday, 2012 Dec 11th
Saline won 59-7 to improve to 3-1 this season.
Reece Dils scored 22 points to lead Saline, which fell to 2-1.
Saline Police are warning businesses to be on the lookout.
Appearing both beautiful and delicious, the elaborate gingerbread houses showcased at the Saline Moonlight Craft Show had another purpose.
They helped raise money to support the Weber-Blaess Schoolhouse.
In all, the gingerbread house competition raised over $700 for the Weber-Blaess Schoolhouse, according to Brian Puffer, Director of Community Education for Saline Area Schools.
Mark Schlicher, the founder of IBuyAmericanStore.com, has a couple of vintage -- and American-made! -- tractors at his Saline home.
One lucky woman won $1,000 in groceries in the raffle that supports the annual holiday parade.
Selected from nearly 2,500 students, these students will perform Jan. 19 with the All-State Orchestra in Grand Rapids.
Monday, 2012 Dec 10th
Sidney Ohl bowled a 202 to help Saline win its home opener against Skyline.
If you recognize these people call 1-800-SEPAKUP.
Fire Chief Hoeft passed along these holiday decorating safety tips from the U.S. Fire Administration.