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Wednesday, 2013 Jul 10th

The outing takes p
lace June 19 at Lake Forest Golf Club.

Tuesday, 2013 Jul 09th

Lane studies at the University of Kansas School of Engineering.

Custer earned a Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences

Saline Area Schools Board of Education President David Holden commented on State Superintendent Mike Flanagan’s proposal to expand the role of County Intermediate School Districts.

Monday, 2013 Jul 08th

The incident occurred just after 2 p.m., Saturday.

The first-ever Mastodon Mayhem Challenge takes place this Saturday, July 13, at Mill Pond Park, just before the opening ceremonies for this year’s Celtic Festival. A fun, challenging obstacle course designed to push you to your limit, the Mastodon features various obstacles set up along a 3-mile course including hills, mud, woods, water, and much more!


It’s not too late – you can still sign up to participate, or you can sign up to volunteer. Either way, you’re in for a great day and a fun time.



Kara Rogers and Margo Main won with Legacy Volleyball Club 16-1 team.

Under the plan, Saline Area Schools would still exist, but more decision making would take place at the Washtenaw ISD.

The millage renewal on second homes and commercial property is expected to be worth $8 million in 2014, if passed by voters in November.

Sunday, 2013 Jul 07th

Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority officials proposed this plan to Saline City Council at a work session July 1.

Golf and lunch cost $75. Organizers are looking for sponsors and donors.

Packed with music, food, dance and fun, the Saline Celtic Festival returns to Mill Pond Park July 12-13.

Thursday, 2013 Jul 04th

Fireworks are prohibited between 1 a.m. and 8 a.m.

The Saline Fiddlers are performing at the Millennium Centre in Cardiff, Wales at 8 a.m. local time.

Wednesday, 2013 Jul 03rd

Family asks that to honor his memory, that you walk in the forest, run in the rain, climb something or be still and enjoy the quiet.

The event, sponsored by Briarwood Ford and the Saline Area Historical Society, features an antique car show and a historical performance.

Presenting awards to the community and employees is the highlight of HVA's Emergency Medical Services Recognition Awards. This year, in addition to giving outawards, the HVA Board of Trustees received a special tribute from the Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services (CAAS). At the awards dinner, held on May 21 in Ann Arbor, they received a special tribute from the Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services (CAAS).