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Thursday, 2012 Dec 27th

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. 

Wednesday, 2012 Dec 26th


The Saline 8th Grade Jazz Band, directed by John Mason, played Basin Street Blues and Poco Loco at the 8th grade Holiday Concert, 7 p.m. December 18 at the Saline Middle School Auditorium. (Photos courtesy of Nora Carichner)

Here are the members of the band:


Tuesday, 2012 Dec 25th

Funeral services will be held on Friday, December 28, at 1 p.m. at the Robison-Bahnmiller Funeral Home.



Last week’s announcement naming Saline as Michigan’s best place to raise kids was a feather in the cap for volunteers who organize the city’s Celtic Festival.

The very brief article by Businessweek Bloomberg contained two short sentences about Saline. One sentence was about Ann Arbor. The other was about the Celtic Festival.

Sunday, 2012 Dec 23rd

A man was stopped by police near Textile Road and Ann Arbor Saline Road. He ran into nearby neighborhoods and began knocking on doors, police say.

Police & Fire

Pairing her stunning photographs with her favorite quotations, Baxter will take the viewer on a fascinating trip

Arts & Entertainment

The Saline Swim and Dive team showed why they're favorites for a fourth straight state championship.

Saturday, 2012 Dec 22nd

Saline has lost two games this year -- both in OT.

Saline was led by Amanda Zylstra, who scored 11 points.


Friday, 2012 Dec 21st

Anyone with information is asked to call Detective Lupi at 734-429-7911 or e-mail him at [email protected]

Police & Fire

With a Poem By Stephanie Ferguson (Sung to the 12 Days of Christmas).

December 24th Open 6:00 am - 2:00 pm
December 25th Closed all day
December 26th Open 6:00 am - 9:00 pm
December 31st Open 6:00 am - 2:00 pm
January 1st Closed all day
January 2nd Open 6:00 am - 9:00 pm

The Hornets won every single event in their season opening victory over Ypsilanti.


The Saline Hornets wrestling team celebrated senior night Thursday by pinning down Pioneer and Lincoln.

Saline defeated Pioneer, 50-13, and bested Lincoln, 59-16.

Against Pioneer Kyle Boxeth (112) won 5-3, Taylor Ticknor (119) won by Tech fall, Adam Bruley (130) won by TechFall, Nate O’Sullivan (135) won by 12-4, Dustin Funk won by Pin (145), Alex Cornelius (152) won by pin, Ryan Wellings (160) won by pin, Ryan Nagy (171) won 3-1,  Brandon Helle (189) won by void, and Austin Sullivan (285) won by pin.

Thursday, 2012 Dec 20th

The Indoor Market still has a large variety of fresh, local produce, foods of all kinds, and hand-crafted gifts for Christmas.

Come by and shop this Saturday from 9am-noon at Liberty School, 7265 Saline Ann Arbor Rd.  Open every Saturday thru April 27 (except March 16).

For more information call Nancy Crisp, Market Manager at 734 429-3518 or visit our website at cityofsaline.org/farmersmarket.

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Up by just four with sharpshooter Reece Dils headed for the bench in foul trouble, Saline coach Eric Williams needed his secondary scorers to hold the fort.

They did more than that. They added a second story, as Saline defeated Adrian 63-44. The Hornets improved to 4-1 with a big home game against Ypsilanti Friday night.

Dils scored 18 points in just 21 minutes of work.