Welcome to the New Website For The Sun Times News!

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.

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Sports

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

by Mike Williamson

The Saline girls’ lacrosse team continued its late season surge and rolled past North Farmington 20-4 in the D2 Regional quarterfinals in Farmington May 21. The win is the Hornets eighth in a row and 12th in …

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Education

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

by Lonnie Huhman

Earning their degrees to making the Dean’s and President’s lists, local college students are finding success. Occasionally the Sun Times News recieves updates about local students succeeding at the college and university level. Here …

by Lonnie Huhman

Going before school boards around Washtenaw County is a resolution asking districts to support renewal of the Washtenaw Intermediate School District Special Education Millage. This millage renewal is proposed to go before voters county-wide in the …

by Lonnie Huhman

With the cut of the ribbon, the Dexter community took a big step forward in establishing a permanent home for the Dexter Senior Center and creating a Multigenerational Community Center. Dexter Community Schools welcomed the community …

by Lonnie Huhman

As a true community undertaking, the fundraising for the project to reimagine TimberTown park continues forward. The current phase of fundraising to help make the rebuild a go is the Picket Legacy Program, which offers the …

by Lonnie Huhman

The Saline Area Schools Board of Education May 14 meeting was a memorable one for the Washtenaw United High School Hockey Team. It saw the Saline contingent of the team receive their Varsity Letters. During the …

Government

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

by Traci Husse

In a somber and patriotic moment, members of Chelsea City Council voted unanimously to name the forthcoming B2B trailhead at Timbertown Park after local fallen hero and Purple Heart recipient, Captain Joel C. Gentz of the United …

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by Doug Marrin

From Chelsea PD Incident #: 24-1591 Location: 400 block of N Main Street Date: May 19, 2024 Time: …

by Traci Husse

On Wednesday, May 15, the Saline Area Fire Board (SAFB) convened for a special meeting after posting a …

by Traci Husse

At its May 13th meeting the Dexter City Council voted to approve the final site plan for the …

by Doug Marrin

In April 2024, Deputies responded to 281 calls for police service in the City of Dexter, up from …

More

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

by Traci Husse

Saline Mayor Brian Marl officially kicked off his campaign for reelection on Thursday, May 9, with a reception at Mac’s …

by Lonnie Huhman

The Chelsea School District will soon be looking to fill a new position that will act as the face of …

by Lonnie Huhman

It’s a number that will help lead Audrey Gauthier to go down as one of the best softball pitchers in …

by Trevor Sullivan

By Trevor Sullivan In an announcement straight from the heart of the business, MCV Barbershops has confirmed the opening of …

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