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Thursday, 2019 Jul 04th

Each year on July 4, Americans celebrate the birth of their nation and independence from Great Britain. This day marks the anniversary of the presentation and acceptance of the Declaration of Independence, signed 242 years ago on July 4, 1776.

The Declaration of Independence began as a letter to Britain's King George to explain why the Continental Congress was interested in declaring independence from Great Britain. The writing of the declaration began on July 2 and the final wording was established on July 4.


Wednesday, 2019 Jul 03rd

Giles Carl Thielk, age 95, passed away on Friday, June 28, 2019 at the St. Joseph Mercy Hospital.


Tuesday, 2019 Jul 02nd

After a nationwide search, it is with great confidence and excitement that we are pleased to announce the appointment of Thomas A. Hosinski as the President & CEO of EHM Senior Solutions (EHM). Over the past few months, Thom has proven the exact type of leadership in the interim role, both culturally and financially, that we need for our senior service ministry. He has promoted a positive environment for all team members, supported our residents/patients/clients' needs and is passionately leading the organization into the future.

Saline High School students Sydney Masters and Annie Rothfuss, as part of the high school's student leadership program led by Whitney Barr, continued their quest to spread awareness about human trafficking in front of the Saline Board of Education.

When confronted with the realization that many of their peers in the community didn't feel like human trafficking was a local problem, Masters and Rothfuss decided "well, that needs to change."


Three representatives from the Saline High School social justice club UpRoar spoke before the Saline school district's Board of Education to publicly shine a light on the Stonewall riots that begat the first gay pride marches and led to the formation of the LGBT+ community that exists today.


A group of Saline Area Schools parents, teachers, and administrators have been putting their heads together to determine how parent-teacher conferences at all grade levels in the school system can be improved.


Trinity Lutheran Church, 195 E. Michigan Avenue, will be presenting “Simply Marriage”, a five-session marriage enrichment course helping couples grow in their relationship with God and each other.  The first session, “Overcome Frustration” will be Friday evening, July 26th, at 7:00 p.m.


Watch the video and read the text from Mayor Brian Marl's State of the City address, given July 1, 2019. 

Tuesday, at 5 p.m., log on to The Saline Posts, and you can ask Mayor Marl questions about city issues he raised in his speech.


Verizon has one location in the Saline area, and it's getting hammered by users. So a second tower should improve service.


Monday, 2019 Jul 01st

A man and his dog were injured when the van he was driving when off the road and struck a tree along the 1500 block of Bishop Road in York Township Monday morning.

The incident occurred around 7:50 a.m.

The man was in stable condition was he was transported by Huron Valley Ambulance to the University of Michigan Hospital emergency room, according to HVA spokesperson Matt Rose.

Police & Fire

Sunday, 2019 Jun 30th

The Saline Community Fair is proud to announce that we have teamed up with the Saline District Library, Milan Public Library and Dexter District Library and Elliott’s Amusements (elliottsamusements.com)  to promote reading this summer with our Reading for Rides Program.


Charlotte and Twix are two Border Collies returning to this year's Saline Celtic Festival for demonstrations of herding Scottish Black Face Yearling sheep.

Saturday, 2019 Jun 29th

Linda TerHaar, who has served on Saline City Council since October of 2010, will not seek re-election.

TerHaar was appointed to council to fill a vacancy in 2010. She was elected in 2011 and has been re-elected ever since. 


As the Saline Area School district's Board of Ed approved the final 2018-19 and draft 2019-20 budget appropriations policies for those respective school years, officials had strong words for the ongoing deficits the Saline's school system is suffering.


Tonight marks the 100th Acoustic Routes concert in Saline - a series that has  brought multiple GRAMMY winners and bands from as far away as Scotland and Sweden to town. 

To celebrate this milestone, Acoustic Routes has invited The Gavins -  Detroit’s first family of Irish traditional music - to Stony Lake Brewing, 447 E. Michigan Ave., for a Céilí that starts at 8 p.m.  

Arts & Entertainment

Friday, 2019 Jun 28th

Celebrate Independence Day by riding the velocipede, viewing antique tractors and touring the Saline Depot Museum, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, June 29.

The Depot Museum is located at 402 N. Ann Arbor St.

The Saline Area Historical Society bills 5th Annual Wayne Clements Memorial Independence Day Event as an “old-fashioned, family-friendly event.”

Activities include:


The Codgers—an Americana band formed in Detroit’s Corktown neighborhood in 2006—are among the many musical talents at this year’s Saline Celtic Festival, July 12 and 13, in Mill Pond Park.


Arts & Entertainment

Owen G. Campbell, age 85, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, June 26, 2019 surrounded by his family and under the loving care of Hospice of Lenawee and Cambrian Memory Care.

He was born on September 18, 1933 in Adrian, Michigan, the son of Ernest and Lila (Soncrant) Campbell. After graduating from Tecumseh High School, Owen served in the U.S. Navy during the Korean War as a radio operator on board the USS Howard D. Crow. After being honorably discharged from the Navy, he returned to Michigan where he met, and later married Helen Sharp on July 13, 1962 and she survives.


Sylvia Weber, age 95, passed away peacefully on Thursday, June 27, 2019.