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Tuesday, 2019 May 21st

The Washtenaw County Conservation District (WCCD) will host its first Native Plant Expo & Marketplace on June 1 at the Farm Council Grounds (5055 Ann Arbor-Saline Rd)  from 9 a.m.- 2 p.m. The Native Plant Expo & Marketplace offers landowners one convenient location to shop for Michigan native plants from several Michigan native plant growers, opportunity to learn how to establish and maintain native landscapes and connect with companies specializing in planning native landscapes.


Monday, 2019 May 20th

On Sunday, May 19, 2019, Louis Paul Hoeft, age 90, passed on.  Lou was born in Belleville, Michigan on April 15, 1929, the fifth son of William R. Hoeft and Bertha A. Kromrei Hoeft.  In June of 1977, he married Audrey Weingardt on the family farm in Saline Township.  


Annie Rothfuss and Sydney Masters decided to focus on human trafficking for an FCCLA project. What they learned convinced them they needed to highlight the issue for the community.



Several Hornets took home medals from the Scholastic Rowing Association of Michigan Championship Regatta held May 18 at Riverside Park in Grand Rapids.


It’s not often you can point to 15 seconds that symbolize an entire sports season for a team. But that’s what happened Friday afternoon at Ypsilanti-Lincoln, when a kid who probably should have been able found a way to push through the last leg of the last event, and help a team that shouldn’t have been able to win a regional title.


Sunday, 2019 May 19th

Here's a look at a busy week ahead for the Saline Area Schools Music Department


After earning a second consecutive SEC championship, completed with a sparkling undefeated record in conference play, Saline boys lacrosse now looks to translate its season-long success into the playoffs. The Hornets will take on Belleville to open regional play Monday night at Hornet Stadium.

“I think we had a good year,” second-year head coach Ryan Crawford said. “We accomplished one of our goals, which was to win our conference. This is the second straight year we’ve won the Red Division.”


Saturday, 2019 May 18th

Saline’s girls raced to a third-place finish at the MHSAA regional track and field meet held Friday at Ypsilanti-Lincoln.

Led by regional champions Madison Wood and Lauryn Hunt, the Hornets finished with 110 points. Pioneer won with 138 points. Skyline was second with 110.


The Hornets managed a split in the first two games of a four-game weekend tournament Friday afternoon at Veterans Memorial Park in Ann Arbor.


Friday, 2019 May 17th

Register now for Saline FC Soccer Tryouts

Are you interested in Travel Soccer? Register HERE for our tryouts.

The week before the tryouts, from Monday June 10th-Thursday June 13th we have free Open Training Sessions. Go to our website for more information.




This weekend the Saline Historic District Commission will be offering a walking tour...leaving the market at 9am and 10am. 

This weekends list of vendors..

Linda D. Green, age 74, passed away on Wednesday, May 15, 2019 at her home in Ann Arbor. Linda was born on February 18, 1945 to Ernest and Mae Hadley in Ann Arbor, MI.

She is survived by her husband of 56 years Thomas Green. Other survivors include Thomas (Jennifer) Green II and Lynette (Dave) Hester; many grandchildren and great grandchildren; siblings Donald (Jane) Hadley, Beverly (Thomas) Taylor and Ernest (Jill) Hadley. Also survived by many nieces and nephews.


Students from the Saline Young Adult Program had a chance to shine this week at the Saline Area Schools regular school board meeting with a talent show performance.

The program participants - students ages 18 to 26-years-old - are from five classrooms encompassed within the program.


Too often we all find ourselves hearing stories about the education system falling short. But every once in a while a success story rises to the top.

On Tuesday at the Special Olympics at Saline High School, 13 kids from Terri Redding’s and Nicole Burnell’s resource rooms at Heritage Elementary School presented a $775.50 check to Jackie Flores, the co-director of Washtenaw County Special Olympics.


This summer, Saline Community Education + Saline Area Schools will offer a pilot summer school (physical education) program at Saline High School. There will be two, 12 day sessions available for students to complete 612 Basic Physical Education (a required course for graduation). Your student will be awarded .5 high school credit (one trimester) upon completion of the program. Please see the attached information sheet for additional details. 


The Saline Area Fire Department invites the community for a free breakfast at the firehall, located at Michigan Avenue and Harris Street, Friday morning.

The breakfast is from 6 to 9 a.m.

Brecon Village is serving sausage and eggs. Benny's donuts will be available. Residents can tour the firehouse and meet with Chief Hoeft and the firefighters and paramedics. Kids can climb around in the fire engines.

Brian "Bubba" Cowen will host the Breakfast with Bubba show from the firehouse and giving away tickets to the Faster Horses Festival.

Police & Fire

Members of Saline's Stone and Thistle Club will sell perennials and other garden supplies at their annual sale, from 8 to 11 a.m., Saturday, at the Saline District Library.

Master Gardeners will also be available for discussion and advice.


State Rep. Donna Lasinski will meet with constituents over coffee from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m., Friday, at Carrigan Cafe, 101 S. Ann Arbor St., downtown Saline


In honor of Preservation Month, the Saline Historic District Commission will be offering free walking tours of the three local Historical Districts in Saline on May 18. The tours will start out from the Saline Farmers Market on South Ann Arbor Street on the hour from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. and last about 30 minutes. Please wear comfortable shoes and join us for this fun opportunity to learn more about the wonderful historic homes and stories in Saline!