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Wednesday, 2013 Jan 02nd

Pamela Zibbell was known to many in Saline for her work with the Saline Farmers Market and Saline Area Historical Society.


Tuesday, 2013 Jan 01st

Here are The Saline Post's Top 5 Stories of 2012.

Community News

A memorial service will be Saturday, January 5, 2013 at 11 a.m. at the Saline Church of Christ.


The Saline Post Reviews the Top 12 Stories of 2012. Here are 7-12.

Community News

Monday, 2012 Dec 31st

Chief Hoeft thanks the community for its support of the Toys for Tots program.


Sunday, 2012 Dec 30th

Mangiamo, Mac's and Maplewood Lanes have special New Year's Eve events planned. Dan's is also open for the big night.

Downtown Saline

Pam Zibbell, of Adrian, died after suffering injuries in a head-on collision on U.S. 12 Saturday morning. She was on her way to the Farmers Market, where she was a vendor.

Police & Fire

Saturday, 2012 Dec 29th

Saline's swim and dive team set more records, but the team got a scare from a strong Brother Rice team.


The Saline High School Video Production Studio was recently upgraded using funds dedicated to the production facility from the franchise fee paid by Comcast to support community access programming.  "We were able to make some significant updates to our ability to produce content." said Community Education Director Brian Puffer.  "Video technology is changing rapidly and it's exciting to be able to have some of the newer equipment."  


One person was critically injured in the crash, which closed U.S. 12 for two hours.

Police & Fire

Saline's application to have the Rentschler Farm added to the National Register of Historic Places has been accepted. Now it will be reviewed.


Friday, 2012 Dec 28th

John Bardocz is survived by his wife, five children and 14 grandchildren.


A 16-year-old boy, with two teenage girls in his father's pickup truck, led Saline Police on a chase through city streets, icy township roads and fields.

Police & Fire

Thursday, 2012 Dec 27th

Praise for the SHS culinary program, student art at U of M, a feature on a 47-year teaching vet, the return of Nick Sheridan and a way to support Saline Area Schools.

A donation to Saline Main Street helps enhance the vitality of Downtown Saline.

     It’s been nice having our 18-year old back home for the holidays. I am also acutely aware that the pain of parting is in my near future. Christmas is traditionally the time in the United States when many young adults travel home for the holidays -- whether it be from college or from the place their job has taken them --and then a few days or a few weeks later, they leave again. That my 18-year old will be heading back soon, is a fact.