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Wednesday, 2018 Mar 14th

Documentary: Most Likely to Succeed

The Saline Area Schools will host a free showing of the documentary "Most Likely to Succeed" at 6:30 p.m. April 11 in the Liberty School Media Center. The film will be followed by a discussion period with prompts for conversation.

Supt. Scot Graden announced the free showing at the March 13 meeting of the board of education. He said that while the film is three years old, certain parts of it are "timeless."


The inaugural Saline Charity Ball and Black Tie Masquerade was deemed a great success.

Thousands of dollars were raised for Saline Area Social Service at the event, held March 10 at LaFontaine Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep in Saline.

Saline Area Social Service helps individuals and families with low incomes by providing a food pantry and other assistance.

The event was organized by Maureen White-Goeman, organizers of Maureen's Designs flower shop in downtown Saline.

Community News

When Saline High School senior Dominic Dorset began applying for college musical theatre programs, he knew wanted to gain entrance into Michigan’s prestigious program. He emailed Broadway Star Brynn O’Malley, a Saline alumna and Michigan graduate. Dorset recalled her advice.


The Saline boys’ varsity ice hockey season was dealt two blows during an otherwise successful 2017-18 campaign.


Tuesday, 2018 Mar 13th

The Saline High School basketball banquet was held on Sunday, 3-11-18 at Harvest Elementary School. It was an opportunity for players, coaches and parents to reflect on the season that has just concluded.

The Saline Township Board unanimously approved the township’s FY18 budget at their meeting on Monday evening. The proposed spending of $611,581.00 represents an increase of $57,441.00 over the previous years’ spending.





Monday, 2018 Mar 12th

Saline Area Schools is looking for a Director of Athletics.

The district posted the job on its website Monday.

Author with two daughters and baby kitten

The Saline Cooperative Preschool is more than a school— it’s a tradition (since 1957), it’s a community (members become life-long friends), and it’s hands-on (members participate first-hand in their child’s education).


Where city councillors and ordinance officers see blighted, vacant homes that need to be demolished, firefighters see an opportunity for valuable training they hope will help saves lives one day.

Police & Fire

Saline’s varsity boys swim and dive team placed eighth at the Division 1 state championship held at Eastern Michigan University Friday and Saturday.

Saline finished with 116 points. Skyline, the SEC Red Champs, won the state title with 274 points.


Visit the Saline District Library at 7 p.m., March 12, for an inspirational, funny and relatable evening of storytelling with writer and motivational speaker Bethany Meloche.

Bethany is the author of the memoir, HOW SHOULD A BODY BE?, a coming-of-age story about growing up in Michigan and uncovering a horrible new truth in an old family secret. When she is twelve years old, Bethany discovers the reason her grandmother wears leg braces—and it has something to do with how Bethany herself has started tripping, falling, and losing her grasp on objects.

Arts & Entertainment

Sunday, 2018 Mar 11th

Online Community @ The Saline Post for Weeks of February 25 and March 4, 2018

Given our scheduled absence last Sunday, today we're covering reader engagement on The Saline Post website for two weeks.

Over the period, closing on the property where the new Saline hotel is to be constructed received the most Comments for an article, at four.

Next up: "Saline Students Plan Walk Out to Protest School Shootings, Some Will Attend Ypsilanti Rally." With the first candidacy for Saline School Board announced last week, we'll keep an eye out to see how much discussion this sees closer to election time.


Saturday, 2018 Mar 10th



Acoustic Routes Concerts announced today that Saline High School Senior Dominic Dorset, together with guitarist and SHS classmate Will Kelley, will open for Celtic fusion band Nessa on St. Patrick’s Day at Stony Lake Brewing, 447 E. Michigan Ave. 


Arts & Entertainment

Friday, 2018 Mar 09th

As basketballs and sneakers get ready to transition to baseballs and bats, another group of seniors prepare to join the growing group of young men and women to join the ranks of former players.