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Dear Readers,

 

I’m Chuck Colby, the Publisher at The Sun Times News. We are excited to welcome you to our newly upgraded website! This redesign represents our commitment to providing you with the most relevant and timely news in a more accessible and user-friendly format.

 

We’ve streamlined our site to enhance your reading experience. As part of this process, we’ve made some changes, such as removing the community and subdividing the community news and sports by area. We’ve added new sections for Public Notices and Obituaries. The former Sun Times News articles can be found in the “More” menu under archives. We’re working on the search option for that.

 

We understand that change takes time to perfect. Our website will continue to evolve as we listen to your feedback and make improvements. We appreciate your patience and involvement as we work to serve you better.

 

Thank you for being a part of our community. We look forward to growing with you.

 

Warm regards,

Chuck

Latest News

The latest stories from the Dexter, Chelsea, and Saline area.

Sports

The latest sports news from the Dexter, Chelsea, and Saline area.

by Lonnie Huhman

Seated on the shores of Baseline Lake is a unique all-volunteer sailing club that serves the local community and is home to the University of Michigan Sailing Team. It’s called the Michigan Sailing Club. It’s a co-operative club dedicated to the pleasure …

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Education

The latest sports news from the Dexter, Chelsea, and Saline area.

by STN Staff

Serendipity Books is happy to announce our participation in the 11th Anniversary of Independent Bookstore Day! Serendipity Books will have many exclusive items for sale and as giveaways, from specialized tote bags, to banned …

by STN Staff 2 minutes read

From SRSLY A crack in the sidewalk, a charcoal stick, and a box of chalk: that’s all it takes for Ann Arbor-based artist David Zinn to conjure delight out of the seemingly mundane. Thanks to funding …

by STN Staff 3 minutes read

By Carleen Nelson-Nesvig, STN Writer On Friday September 29th, a group of adventurous seniors from the Saline Area and Pittsfield Township Senior Centers embarked on a journey filled with intrigue and artistry as they set off …

by STN Staff 3 minutes read

Click here to donate to Chelsea Click here to donate to Dexter From D&B Strategic Marketing It’s great to hear about the fundraising efforts of the Chelsea Education Foundation (CEF) and the Educational Foundation of Dexter …

by STN Staff 2 minutes read

By Mya Weiss, DHS Senior and STN Contributor This past weekend marked Dexter High School’s annual Homecoming dance, parade, and festivities. On top of the regular dance held in the Commons of the school, a new …

Government

Government news from the Dexter, Chelsea, and Saline areas.

by Traci Husse

An undated photo of the Saline Municipal Building. Photo courtesy of the City of Saline. At its April 15th meeting, the Saline City Council scheduled the required public hearing related to its proposed budget for the fiscal …

by Doug Marrin 3 minutes read

On October 11, 2023, the Michigan Senate approved Senate Bills 471, 472, and 528, aiming to bolster domestic …

by Traci Husse 4 minutes read

In a uniquely forward-thinking move at its meeting on October 2, 2023, the Saline City Council voted unanimously …

by Lonnie Huhman 2 minutes read

The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) is hosting an informational meeting about the contamination …

by Doug Marrin 3 minutes read

Invenergy opened a 1,000-acre solar farm in Calhoun County last year. Pictured above is Invenergy’s Southern Oak Solar …

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More

General news news from the Dexter, Chelsea, and Saline areas.

by Lonnie Huhman 2 minutes read

With a winning topic of study called, “Investigating LPO NTsR1 Neurons for Regulation of Obesity and Obesity-Induced Pain,” Dexter’s Charlotte …

by Doug Marrin 3 minutes read

In a surprising turn of events, the Dexter Daze Committee recently announced on its website that it will cease operations. …

by Website Support 1 minutes read

Join us for a book discussion of crime, murder, and mayhem. Tea and treats will be provided. This month’s book …

by Doug Marrin 6 minutes read

Anjani Lama and Louisa Ainsworth, owners of Everest Sherpa Restaurant. Photo by Doug Marrin. Ann Arbor is well-known for its …

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