Monday, 2012 Oct 22nd
Saline Area Players presents Steel Magnolias starting Friday. Learn about how the actors prepare for their roles.
The candidates for Saline Mayor will be front and center at Liberty School Monday night when the Coalition for a Quality Community hosts an election forum.
City council member Brian Marl and former city council member Glenn Law will answer questions from the CQC and from the audience at the forum, which begins at 7 p.m. in the school’s media center.
The race between Marl and Law is the first without an incumbent mayor in years.
Sunday, 2012 Oct 21st
The 50 seniors in this year's 205-member Saline High School Marching Band hope to be playing on Ford Field in November.
Jim and Cheryl Hoeft are endorsing Brian Marl to be Saline Mayor
Can you provide us with an example of using leadership skills to guide a project or initiative?
Why are you the best candidate for Mayor?
Saturday, 2012 Oct 20th
Saline's all-state junior shot a two-day total of 157, good for sixth best in at the Division 1 State Tournament.
After bouncing back from an 0-2 hole at Adrian, Saline fell in the quarterfinals at North Branch.
Saline freshman Samantha Kellstrom is tied for seventh on opening day.
The Hornets concluded their most successful regular season since 1990.
With a great regular season in the books, Saline now focuses on winning playoff games.
Friday, 2012 Oct 19th
The Michigan High School Field Hockey Tournament semi-finals and championship games will be held at Saline High School on the field hockey pitch adjacent to Hornet Stadium. Semi-finals are on Thursday Oct. 25 at 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. and the championship game is on Saturday, Oct. 27 at 2 p.m..
On Thursday, Oct. 18, Saline Middle School students showed the community how much they truly care.
Between Oct. 10-18, SMS students engaged in a University of Michigan vs. Michigan State University Food Drive. Students across the 6th, 7th, and 8th grade levels all donated food and health items. Depending on which team they support, some donated for the U of M side while others supported MSU side.
Mayor Driskell represented the city at state and national conferences, on regional boards, and at local events and business openings. Tell us how you see yourself representing the city.
The Saline High School girls’ cross country team has been winning championships every fall since before most girls on the team were born.
Sophomore Abby Rentschler finished first (18:45) in Thursday’s SEC Red Championship Jamboree at Hudson Mills Metropark as Saline won its 17th straight conference title.
There are four candidates running for two open six-year terms on the boards. Smita Nagpal, Diane Friese, Karen Delhey and Paul Hynek will appear on the Nov. 6 ballot. The candidates have paired off to run as teams, with Nagpal and Friese running as one team and Delhey and Hynek running as the other. Voters, however, are free to choose any two they wish.
See the candidates side-to-side when the Saline High School student group Students Reinvesting In a Valuable Education (STRIVE) hosts a candidates forum at 6:30 p.m., Oct. 25 at Saline Middle School.
Have you ever wondered why cross country teams race seven runners when only the top five score points?
Saline's 6th and 7th runners didn't score any points for the Hornets as Saline won Thursday's SEC Red Championship jamboree and clinched its third straight SEC Red Conference title.
But they made all the difference in the world as Saline edged Pioneer by a single point, 36-37.
It wasn’t your typical senior night celebration at the Saline High School swimming pool Thursday night. After all, the senior class members of the Hornets’ swim and dive program have had an incredible run, winning state championships in their freshman and sophomore years and finishing a close second in their junior year.
Coach Todd Brunty and the swim and dive program honored his nine seniors and their parents after the diving portion of Thursday’s tri-meet, during which Saline defeated Brighton (123-63) and Ann Arbor Huron (124-62).