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Wednesday, 2019 Feb 20th

Good morning Saline from retiring Saline bowling coach - Saline's founding bowling coach - John McMullen. Plus some news about Wacker Chemical and the weather.

Pittsfield Township residents concerned about a chemical company’s plans to build its headquarters and research and development labs next to a park on Textile Road peppered company officials with questions at a forum held Tuesday night at Harvest Elementary School.

Business

On an afternoon when Saline honored its two seniors, Ben Learman and Brittney Tuck, the Hornets had a chance to clinch a tie for the SEC Red title.

Sports

Tuesday, 2019 Feb 19th

Pittsfield police have released more information about the Sunday evening collision that sent three people to area hospitals.

Police & Fire

Plans to convert the former Boysville campus, in Macon Township, to a rehabilitative bootcamp for non-violent criminals are the subject of a public meeting planned for Wednesday evening.

Government
Saline FC Soccer at Sunset 2nd Annual 3v3 Tournament

Form a team of 3-5 players and join us for the Saline FC Soccer 3v3 Tournament on May 11th 2019. If you have any questions email admin@salinesoccer.org

Register here.

Sports
House baseball & softball registration is still taking registrations

Saline Area Youth Baseball & Softball Association is happy to announce registration for House Baseball and Softball has been reduced until the end of the month. Register now to get the discounted price. Click here to register.

 

The City of Saline announced a forum and luncheon for local small business owners, leaders, and potential entrepreneurs to be held at the beginning of next month.

“The City of Saline is proud to host our 6th annual small business summit,” said Mayor Brian Marl, “It goes without saying, our entrepreneurs and small business operators are the backbone of our community. Supporting them will continue to be a priority of mine – we are eager to find new ways to assist them and ensure our community remains an outstanding place to do business in.”

Business

Saline High School Science Olympiad completed a busy stretch of the invitational season by capturing an overall first place team finish at the University of Michigan annual tournament.  The team also took first at the Eagle invitational in Frankenmuth and first at the Plymouth Invitational during another successful season.

Several of Saline High School's finest basketball alumni will face off in a rematch of the Foundation for Saline Area Schools (FSAS) Alumni Basketball Challenge at 5 p.m., on Saturday, Feb. 23, in the Saline High School gym.

Sports

It is the time of year when you can hear Kristin Glatz and Rebecca Groeb, staff in the drama department of Saline High School, walking through the halls humming the 1949 Cole Porter hit, “Another Op’nin’, Another Show,” as the students of Saline High School are busy rehearsing for the opening of this year’s musical, ‘Shrek The Musical’.

Schools

Sunday, 2019 Feb 17th

Pittsfield Township firefighters used hydraulic tools to extricate a person trapped in a vehicle after a two-vehicle collision on Michigan Avenue near Industrial Road Sunday evening.

The crash closed Michigan Avenue around 8 p.m.

The person freed from the Chevy minivan was transported by Huron Valley Ambulance to a local hospital.

It's unclear if any other people involved in the crash were taken to hospital for medical care.

Police did not comment on the cause of the crash.

Police & Fire

Saturday, 2019 Feb 16th

Saline juniors Cade Gilless and Zach Sabin are going to Ford Field.

Gilless and Sabin made the final four at the MHSAA Regional wrestling tournament held at Saline High School Saturday to advance to the state championship tournament, held March 1-2 at Ford Field in Detroit.

Sports

Today's Good Morning greeting is from Win Walker and Max Fair of the Saline High School Connecting Club. At Friday's basketball games, they were selling cookies in support of the Polar Plunge fundraiser for Special Olympics.

You can’t lose a heart-breaker unless you play with heart.

Huron outlasted Saline, 67-65, in a double-overtime thriller at Saline High School Friday.

Sports

Huron defeated Saline, 62-49, in boys’ varsity basketball action Friday, when it was senior night Friday at Saline High School. In a pregame ceremony, the two seniors on this year’s team, captain Peter Jacobsen and Logan Evans, were introduced, with their parents, to a standing ovation from the hometown crowd.

Sports

Friday, 2019 Feb 15th

Every Saturday after Valentine's Day, Acoustic Routes hosts The Love Hangover at Stony Lake Brewing Company -- a concert that invites musicians and audiences to transcend the shallow sentiments of a Hallmark holiday and get really intimate. This year will reach new heights with The Jill Jack Acoustic Trio. Jill Jack has been recognized with an astonishing 44 Detroit Music Awards and her career is founded on folk’s best idea -- that there’s a shared knowing between artist and audience, a conversation that flows both ways during a show.

Arts & Entertainment

Today's Good Morning Saline greeting is from Taylor Jacobsen and the Saline Community Education Transparent Water Color Class.

Ina May (Webber) Doub, age 90, passed away on Wednesday, February 13, 2019 in Saline, MI. Ina May was born on March 2, 1928 in Ypsilanti, the daughter of Frank and Hazel (Artley) Webber.

She married Charles Edward Doub and he preceded her in death on October 14, 2009.  Ina May graduated from Roosevelt High School in Ypsilanti and worked as a customer sales and service representative for Detroit Edison in Ypsilanti for several years.  Ina enjoyed knitting, sewing, gardening, and traveling. 

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