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Tuesday, 2013 Mar 12th

The Saline Spring Craft Show is Saturday at Saline Middle School.

Consolidating Parks and Recreation and Community Education would eliminate three fulltime jobs and save $200,000.

Monday, 2013 Mar 11th

Saline resident Diane Mukkala, Head of School at Daycroft Montessori School of Ann Arbor, was elected to the Executive Committee of the Independent Schools Association

The Saline High School graduated stopped 39 of 40 shots to propel Eau Claire past St. Norbert in the NCAA Division 3 quarterfinals.

In an effort to help the Saline community get to know the hard working people who do business in this community, the Saline Post has started this feature with the assistance of the Saline Area Chamber of Commerce and Saline Main Street. If you'd like a little attention for your business,click here and fill out our form.

Washtenaw County Sheriff's deputies responded to a reported home invasion on the 12000 block of Saline-Milan Road (between Moon and Stony Creek roads) in York Township March 8. 

According to a report issued by the sheriff's office, sometime during the day a suspect forced entry into the home by breaking out a sliding glass door. Cash, jewelry and a computer was reported stolen. Police have no suspects.

Anyone with any information is asked to call the Wasthenaw County Sheriff's Office confidential tip line at (734) 973-7711 or at 1-800-SPEAK-UP.

Students in the audience spoke powerfully about their own experiences, urging parents to listen to them and engage in conversations about how much is too much from their perspective rather than trying to make choices for them.

The Spring Craft Show takes place March 16 at Saline Middle School.

Sunday, 2013 Mar 10th

Erika Myers, Kelsey Flanagan and Erika Tapia competed for the Hornets

Saline High School Agricultural Science students swept two divisions of the 2013 Arthur Berkey State Agricultural Science Fair held March 6-8 on the campus of Michigan State University.

Dear Dr. Nagpal,
Our 16 year old daughter is becoming increasingly distant from our family, spending most of her time with her boyfriend.  She has lost interest in athletics (at which she once excelled) and her schoolwork and grades are deteriorating.  Now she wants to get a tattoo but my wife and I think she's too young. Do you have any
suggestions? Thank you,Geoff 

Dear Geoff:

Saturday, 2013 Mar 09th


What do you do when you win nearly every event and set state and national records, and yet, it’s still not enough to win?

If you’re a Saline Hornet, you find a way to get better.

The Saline boys’ swim and dive team one-upped their remarkable preliminaries performance and came from behind to beat Birmingham Brother Rice, 313-309, in the closest Division 1/Class A state meet since at least 1998.

The Interfaith Council for Peace & Justice will protest the gun show at Washtenaw Farm Council Grounds Saturday, demanding tougher gun control legislation.

The Spring Craft Show takes place March 16 at Saline Middle School.

Friday, 2013 Mar 08th


A new cultural center for Saline is just beginning to take shape.

About 20 people gathered at Stone Arch Arts and Events Tuesday to see what members of the community brainstormed at two previous visioning sessions. Interested parties will no split into three groups to study funding, location options, and other arts and culture centers. The next meeting is planned for 7 p.m., April 8, at Saline City Hall.

(For more information, visit www.design-hub.com/culturalcenter)

Despite three state records and eight first place finishes, is in a virtual dead-heat with Brother Rice for the state championship.

Boland, Ehrman, Whitener and Bundas smashed a national public school record in the 200 medley relay.

Two Twelve Arts Center hosts a reception from 7 to 9 p.m., Friday, for its challenge-based exhibit, "Earth Challenge 4-People of the Earth: Cultures."