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Wednesday, 2013 Jan 09th

Open 9am-noon every Saturday, November-April (closed March 16), at Liberty School, 7265 Saline Ann Arbor Road.

Isn’t it amazing that we can still have fresh local veggies from our own farms in the middle of January?  There is still winter squash, cabbage (the size of basketballs…well, almost), Brussel sprouts, sweet carrots, sweet potatoes, white potatoes, onions, greens, and more.

Driskell took the oath of office standing with family.


The first school board meeting of the year also saw Craig Holden elected vice president and Todd Carter elected secretary.


Election candidates Paul Hynek and Smita Nagpal confirmed interest in the position, created when Trustee Amy Cattell resigned earlier this month.


The Saline Area Schools district is looking for candidates to fill a vacancy on the Board of Education.

Tuesday, 2013 Jan 08th

Saline was named best place in Michigan to raise a family by a national publication. How can that recognition to benefit the community.

Stanley Cup winners Kris Draper and Kirk Maltby will at Heritage Elementary Thursday morning for a special assembly.


After being sworn in front of a standing-room only crowd, the new council went to work.


Terri Redding, a Resource Room teacher at Heritage, was once an "Animal Cop" for the City of Dearborn.


Monday, 2013 Jan 07th

The Friends of the Library have their monthly book sale Saturday.

This came in from the Washtenaw County Sheriff's Office, where law enforecement officials are mourning the death of K-9 Ziva, a police dog credited with helping in numerous investigations.

Here's the press release:

Shofstall,father of two, served in the Vietnam Conflict with the U.S. Army.



A week of 2013 is in the books. But for local government and the Saline Area Schools, much of the work starts this week.

Here’s the news we’ll be following this week.

School Is In

Class returns to session at Saline Area Schools Monday. Superintendent Scot Graden welcomes students back to school on his blog.

New Mayor Sworn in

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The three-time defending champion swim and dive team visited the Ann Arbor Veterans Hospital


Taylor Ticknor was named MVP of the tournament.


(Editor's Note: Dr. Smita Nagpal  of Still Waters Counseling begins her advice column on the Saline Post today. Send questions by filling out this webform. For more of her writing, visit

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Saturday, 2013 Jan 05th


The Saline Area Players are gearing up for their big musical show this season.  Auditions for “Roald Dahl’s Willy Wonka”take place in a few weeks, and the audition workshop for kids is in one week.  The show promises to be lots of fun for those in the cast of all ages, the many people working behind the scenes, and those in the audience.  It is a new show for us and is one of the highlights of our 40th Anniversary Season.  Willy Wonkawill be directed by Tami Hindes with musical direction by Bob Cindric.