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Tuesday, 2012 Sep 25th


Kindergarten options at Daycroft Montessori School (www.daycroft.org) of Ann Arbor include a full-day program, a half-day program, a mix of half-days and full days, and a young 5’s program.

Space is available in the kindergarten classroom at Daycroft’s Preprimary Campus (preschool and kindergarten) at 100 Oakbrook Drive, in the Briarwood Mall area.

Saline Area Schools Board of Education candidates will be queried at a forum at 6:30 p.m., in the Media Center at Liberty School.

The forum is being organized by the Saline High School student group called Students Re-Investing in a Valuable Education (STRIVE).

There are four candidates running for two six-year seats. They are Smita Nagpal, Diane Friese, Karen Delhey and Paul Hynek. Nagpal and Frise are running a joint campaign, as are Delhey and Hynek.



In another sure sign of fall's arrival, the Tuesday Saline Farmers Market is wrapping up the season.

The Sept. 29 market is the season's final weekday market at the Saline District Library.


White battled through an injury and finished the season unbeaten in the SEC while Kelllstrom, a freshman, served notice of her arrival.


Chris Graber and Liam Foster teamed up for the shutout in the 0-0 tie as the Hornets remained unbeaten.


Monday, 2012 Sep 24th

Saline returns to action Saturday at Grand Rapids.


The meeting takes place at 6:30 p.m. at Saline Middle School.

Sunday, 2012 Sep 23rd


Saline City officials say a state constitutional amendment on the Nov. 6 ballot will highjack the Michigan's democratic tradition of “majority rules.”

At its Sept. 10 meeting, Saline City Council voted 7-0 to pass a resolution supporting a “no” vote on Proposal 5, also known as the “super-minority” constitutional amendment.


Abby Rentschler was second overall and Gloria Park set an all-time personal best at the Jackson Invitational.


Anthony Lamus was the first Hornet over the finish line.


After winning two straight weekend tournaments, Saline fell to North Branch in the semifinals Saturday.


Maddy Frost and Emily Lau each won two events to pace the Hornets.


Visitation is from 4-8 p.m. Thursday at Robison-Bahnmiller Funeral Home. The service is at 11 a.m. Friday at First Presbyterian Church.


Saline improved to 4-1 on the season and 2-1 in the SEC Red Conference standings with a 28-25 victory Friday night.

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For the game story, click here.

For video highlights, click here.


They'’re bringing the zoo to Downtown Saline, and it’s free! 

Where else can you ride ponies and pet exotic animals for free? Kinderplatz is full of children’s activities, so many that it should wear them outso you can get that much needed break later! In addition to the petting zoo and pony rides, they can bounce their way through the Bounce House and obstacle course and then sit down and make a fun craft to take home!

Crafts and activities are hosted by area churches, businesses, school PTO and PTAs, daycares and non-profit organizations. 

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What’s better on a cool fall day than a piping hot cup of chili?  How about 10 varieties of delicious chili to choose from, made by the talented students in the Saline High School culinary arts program and Saline Area Fire Department firefighters.

Community News

Saturday, 2012 Sep 22nd

Match medalist Emily White continues to rack up the victories, but Saline fell to Pioneer by five strokes.


We received this press release from school board candidates Smita Nagpal and Diane Friese, who are running as a team. Karen Delhey and Paul Hynek are also running as a team. There are two six-year terms up for grabs in the election.


Smita Nagpal and Diane Friese, two of the candidates for Saline School Board, presented a slideshow on their candidacy and fielded questions from a varied audience at the Brewed Awakenings Café last night.

Gage Hammond caught a 64-yard touchdown pass and returned a kick for a 90-yard touchdown as Saline won at Bedford, 28-25.


Friday, 2012 Sep 21st

If you left it out in violation of the city's ordinance, it could be at city hall.