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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.

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Sports

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

by Mike Williamson

Chelsea’s Brian Tillman was the lone area representative at the state golf finals and Tillman came home with a tie for 42nd place at the D2 finals at Forest Akers Golf Course in East Lansing. Tillman finished …

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Education

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

by Lonnie Huhman

By Sue Kelch On June 22, 2024, Rentschler Farm Museum hosted the Saline District Library for the Storytime at the Farm “Summer Storytime Adventure.” They featured stories, songs, and tours of the farm’s chicken …

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by Lonnie Huhman

Adaptive Summer cycling, Kids’ Corner Safety Upgrades to water polo equipment, a third round of CARES funding was approved by the Saline Area Schools Board of Education. At its June 11 meeting, the school board approved …

by Lonnie Huhman

Embodying everything a great educator needs to be, Stacie Battaglia has meant a lot to South Meadows Elementary School and the Chelsea School District. This is why her send-off into retirement on June 10 was an …

by Lonnie Huhman

A well-deserved recognition, Karan Hervey, a District Nurse for Saline Area Schools, was recently honored by the Michigan School Nurses Association. Hervey was recognized with the Distinguished Service Award. The award acknowledges a person who has …

by Lonnie Huhman

Naming the solar panel walkway was an important decision for Dexter Community Schools and the many students who helped pick it, and that’s why the Board of Education voted to name it for long-time teacher Kate …

Government

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

by Lonnie Huhman

Charges have been filed in the investigation of the Scio Township Hall situation involving computer access, an email message and a calendar invitation. The Sun Times News (STN) followed up with the Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office (WCSO) …

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by Lonnie Huhman

In announcing his candidacy for the Freedom Township Board of Trustees, Shaun Andring said it’s his love for …

by Lonnie Huhman

In partnership with Lodi Township, the Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office has opened a new community station. Located at …

by Lonnie Huhman

A new residential development is being proposed in Scio Township. It would be called Townes at Honey Creek …

by Lonnie Huhman

Scio Township is seeing a change in its trash service. At their June 11 meeting, the Scio Township …

More

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

by Traci Husse

There is a new opportunity for folks in Washtenaw County to help the environment while also sprucing up Saline. At …

by Doug Marrin

In May 2024, Deputies responded to 153 calls for police service in Dexter Township, up from 147 the previous year, …

by Lonnie Huhman

The Chelsea School District is saying goodbye to one of its important leaders as high school Principal Nick Angel is …

by Lonnie Huhman

As a community service group who volunteer their time to help others and improve the community through different activities and …

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