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Monday, 2019 Oct 14th
Sunday, 2019 Oct 13th
Saline sophomore QB Larry Robinson etched his own mark in the MHSAA football record book Friday in Saline’s 56-14 victory at Skyline.
In the second quarter, the Hornet defense had just mounted a successful goal-line stand, and Robinson was just looking to buy the Hornets some room to make plays.
Instead, Robinson took the snap, got a great push, fought through a crowd and found a big hole. From there, it was a footrace - one Robinson was determined to win.
Saturday, 2019 Oct 12th
Saline won and Pioneer lost, so the Hornets have clinched a share of the SEC Red. Next week, with a win over Pioneer, the Hornets can take sole possession of the crown.
SEC Red Standings (SEC/Overall)
Saline 4-0 6-1
Bedford 3-1 5-2
Pioneer 3-1 4-3
Monroe 2-3 3-4
Huron 0-4 1-6
Skyline 0-4 0-7
Saline 56 Skyline 14
Monroe 30 Huron 0
Bedford 42 Pioneer 28
Pioneer @ Saline
Skyline @ Huron
Bedford @ Monroe
Friday, 2019 Oct 11th
Benito's Pizza appears to be leaving downtown Saline. The South Ann Arbor Street building which houses the pizzeria is being advertised as a space for a potential restaurant or cafe.
The former owners of Benito's Pizza moved the restaurant from it's East Michigan Avenue plaza to downtown Saline in 2013. By 2016, the restaurant closed. It later reopened under ownership of the franchise parent company.
Saline Junior Livestock is thanking buyers and donors after a successful fair.
At the bottom of this article are the lists of Saline Junior Livestock winners.
Below are the lists of buyers and sellers.
Fall Clock & Watch Auction
Saturday October 12th at 11:00 a.m.
Featuring 200+ Antique Clocks and Watches from the Collections of Ray Bernstein, Southfield, MI NAWCC #22252 and Hugh Witham, Owosso, MI
NAWCC #12319 and other Private Collectors
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Join us on Saturday October 19th at 2:00 pm for a walk-through discussion at our Michigan Art Gallery with Director Elizabeth O'Connell, view our current selections and get a sneak preview of “The Ann Arbor Years 1948-2004 in our upcoming Gerome Kamrowski Show!
It's starting to feel like fall. The weather forecast calls for a rainy Friday. We'll see the sun Saturday, but the high will only reach 50. Sunday's temperatures will rebound to a high of 60, even if it won't be as sunny. All in all, not a bad weekend!
Sometimes, a football team gets an unexpected transfer student that can give a team a huge boost.
Sometimes, that surprise was right under your nose.
Senior Cade Gilless isn’t exactly a stranger to Saline football. But he took his junior year off to focus on wrestling. When Gilless decided he needed football back in his life, the Hornets weren’t sure what they were getting.
They know now.
Gilless has been the featured running back in the Saline offense. He’s slippey. He’s got good speed. And he’s got toughness.
Think of the last two really close, tough wins for Saline football. Last week against Bedford. Last year against Rockford. What do they have in common?
Defensive playmaking in the the clutch by Noah Nelson. Against Rockford, Nelson blocked a kick that sent the game to overtime, where Saline eventually won to capture the regional final. Last week against Bedford, against a Mules offense that was looking more unstoppable with each drive, Nelson put an abrupt end to their momentum with two interceptions in the final four minutes of the game.
Saline wasted little time disposing of Lincoln as the MHSAA Division 1 playoffs began at Hornet Stadium Wednesday.
Zeke Gray scored twice as Saline defeated Ypsilanti-Lincoln, 8-0, in a game shortened due to the mercy rule.
It took the Hornets a few moments to break the seal against Lincoln. Brayden Stavros opened the scoring, kicking in a cross from Zeke Gray, who'd been awarded a free kick along the right sideline.
Thursday, 2019 Oct 10th
Elaine Marie Carter, of Saline, passed away peacefully to go home to Jesus on Wednesday, October 9, 2019. Elaine was born on March 19, 1932 to the late Earl and Marguerite Culliton.
Saline City Hall will be open from 9 a.m. to noon, Saturday, Oct. 12, for property owners who need to notarize letters for the city sidewalk project.
Virtually no one in Michigan today would guess that in the 19th century Michigan was the leader in prison reform.
Michigan’s first constitution was the first to prohibit the death penalty, and the state’s successful responses to issues of punishment vs reform, young, first-time offenders, and female convicts will surprise you as will some of the laws that could get people in trouble.
Crime and Punishment in 19th Centural Michigan is the subject of Susan Nenadic's presentation at 2 p.m., Sunday, in the Brecon Room at the Saline District Library.
Calling all Mutts! Tell your human to bring you to the Mill Pond Dog Park on Sunday, Oct. 13 at 3pm for the 3rd annual Muttstadon. You can run the obstacle course and meet other good smelling mutts. Please tell your human that you don't have to be good at this, it is purely a fun and social event.
The City of Saline Parks Commission will host a community forum, “Dog Park Talk,” to discuss creating a new dog park in a city park. The forum takes place at 7 p.m., Tuesday, October 15 at City Hall, 100 N. Harris St., Saline.
There will be new faces at the dais when Saline City Council takes office in January.
Linda TerHaar and Heidi McClelland decided against seeking re-election. That leaves Jack Ceo as the only incumbent in a four-person race for three seats on council. Ceo is joined by Jim Dell'Orco, Brian Cassise and Kevin Camero Sulak.
In today's edition of The Saline Post, you'll find Q&As with all four candidates.
We thank each candidate for their responses and hope you'll find their answers helpful when casting your vote.
Here are the links to the Q&As.