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Monday, 2012 Aug 27th

This year's fair highlights include the Miss Saline Pageant, the Ag Olympics, tractor pulls, a demolition derby and a "Taste of Agriculture."

Community News

What a fun time at the Weber-Blaess one room school ice cream social yesterday. It was great to see all of the families in attendance with the young and old(er) trying different activities. This is the kind of event which helps make Saline such a welcoming, friendly, family community. My thanks to all of the volunteers who made this annual event possible.

Sunday, 2012 Aug 26th

Saline won their first five matches before falling to Northville in the final.

Saturday, 2012 Aug 25th

It will be the inaugural auction for nine-year-old Olivia Helmer.

Community News

Led by Emily White, the Hornets shaved 38 strokes off their total between outings.

Tyler Palka ran for two touchdowns and threw for two touchdowns as the Hornets upset Walled Lake Western. 27-14.


Tyler Palka ran for two touchdowns and threw two touchdown passes as Saline won its first game under new head coach Joe Palka.

Friday, 2012 Aug 24th

Funeral services will be held at the Robison-Bahnmiller Funeral Home in Saline on Monday, August 27 at 11 a.m. with Pastor Judy Jahnke officiating.


A see-saw affair between Saline and Walled Lake Western ended in a tie.

Ann Arbor Huron Spoiled Saline's Home Opener With a 5-0 Victory.

The Hornets' varsity soccer team is 2-0 this season.


Thursday, 2012 Aug 23rd

Saline Police Chief Larry Hrinik and officer Chris Boulter showed city council evidence that public has already put the program to good use.


The outing will be followed by a prime rib dinner at Mac's.

Community News

The 572 jobs going to Detroit aren't new to Michigan. They're from Saline.

Here is Saline mayoral candidate Glenn Law's official response to Brian Marl's call for a forum or debate with his opponent. The Saline Post covered this in a story Tuesday.

The official synopsis of the Aug. 13 Saline City Council meeting was approved at Monday's council meeting. It follows:



August 13, 2012 REGULAR MEETING


Trash pickup will also be affected for some residents.

The Washtenaw County Sheriff's Office says the damage was random and victims were not targeted.

Police & Fire

Wednesday, 2012 Aug 22nd

The owners of Commons at Sauk Trail filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.


The city is replacing Allan Grossman, who has been city attorney for 52 years.