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Monday, 2018 Jun 04th

After a 100-minute defensive stalemate, the MHSAA Division 1 District Championship came down to a shoot-out between the two best teams in the SEC Red. In the end, Skyline was no match for Saline goalie Annika Udrys, who made three diving stops as Saline won 3-2 to capture the tropy. Bella Petrock, Genesis Pena and Sarah Brannan scored for Saline.

Sports

Saline came from behind to defeat a scrappy Ann Arbor Huron team and win the district championship for the fifth straight season. Saline defeated Lincoln, 9-0, in the district semifinal earlier Saturday in the tournament held at Saline High School. The Hornets play in the regional tournament at Southgate Anderson Saturday. Saline plays Plymouth at 10 a.m. Woodhaven and Edsel Ford also play in the region.

Sports

On Tuesday, June 5, 2018, at approximately 7 a.m., the Washtenaw County Road Commission will close Willis Road between Saline City Limits to Carpenter Road in York Township for a chip seal project.

The project is expected to be completed and road reopened by Tuesday, June 5, 2018, at approximately 3:30 p.m. However, please be advised that all dates are tentative and subject to change due to weather conditions.

Once the road is back open, drivers are advised to lower their speeds to 35 mph while the stone settles.
 

Government

436 graduates cast off from Saline High School Sunday, encouraged to travel with faith, love, and hope as commencement ceremonies were held at Hornet Stadium.

Schools

The senior members of the Saline High School Chamber Choir and Saline High School Chamber Orchestra performed at the Commencement ceremony Sunday at Hornet Stadium.

Directed by Sarah Price, the seniors performed a medley the class songs, "Forever Young," by Alphaville, and "Good Old Days" by Macklemore and Kesha.

See the performance below.

Schools

436 students graduated from Saline High School Sunday at commencement ceremonies held at Hornet Stadium. 

This photo gallery is the second of two showing students receiving their diplomas.

 

 

Schools

436 students graduated from Saline High School Sunday at commencement ceremonies held at Hornet Stadium. 

This photo gallery is the first of two showing students receiving their diplomas.

Schools

Sunday, 2018 Jun 03rd

Wendell Charles Ward, 97, died peacefully at Linden Square Assisted Living Facility in Saline on Wednesday, May 29, 2018.  

He was born November 7, 1920, to the late Fred and Lula Mae (Burlingame) Ward in Theresa, New York. He graduated from Evans Mills High School in 1938, having played on the baseball and basketball teams.

Obituaries

Mayor Brian Marl announced additional office hours during the months of June and July.

“I’ve conducted regular office hours for the past two months, and I have found my conversations with residents to be enlightening and helpful,” said Marl. “More importantly, I believe that those citizens who have stopped by to chat or raise concerns, have found the interaction beneficial, and critical to getting local problems addressed. As such, I look forward to continuing this in June and July.”

Government

Saline built and early 3-0 lead and led 4-2 as late as the fifth inning, but the Hornets couldn’t hold off Ypsilanti-Lincoln in the MHSAA Division 1 District Final Saturday at Saline. Lincoln went on to win 8-4.

The Railsplitters scored six runs in the final three innings.

Sports

Sophomore Lauryn Hunt earned two all-state medals as Saline competed in the MHSAA Division 1 track and field meet at East Kentwood High School Saturday.

Hunt was fifth in the 400-meter race, finishing in a personal-best 57.14 seconds.

Sports

Eric Harris momentarily set a new MHSAA record in pole vault and Anthony DeKraker was all-state in four events as the Saline boys track and field team finished 3rd at the state meet Saturday.

Sports

Friday, 2018 Jun 01st

Heritage Elementary pupils, Saline Kiwanis team up to make meals for Kids Coalition Against Hunger

Hungry people in Michigan and around the globe could soon be eating nutritious meals prepared by schoolchildren from Saline as party of a yearly charitable project.

Schools

The Washtenaw County Prosecutor’s Office has authorized a complaint against a Romulus man accused of scratching the vehicle of his line supervisor, who found he and his girlfriend sleeping on the job at Faurecia, April 23.

Police & Fire

The third annual Volvik Championship, located at Travis Pointe Country Club, wrapped on Sunday, May 27. It is not only an honor for Travis Pointe Country Club to host the Volvik Championship, but an honor for the city of Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County, and the state of Michigan. This year’s tournament brought much excitement from the fans, beautiful weather, and hunger to win from the players.

Sports

A day after confirming the death of one man lost in the Huron River, the Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office is conducting a search of the river for a missing woman.

Police & Fire

Saline defeated Huron and lived to play again as the MHSAA Division 1 girls soccer playoffs continued Thursday evening. Nora Udrys and Annika Dahlmann scored and Annika Udrys made several stops in a 2-0 victory over Huron.

Sports

Thursday, 2018 May 31st

When the Saline varsity girls tennis team concludes its 2018 season this weekend at Midland, they’ll be putting a bow on one of the best seasons in team history.

Sports
Millie the Millie Pond Monster

 

Volunteers are needed to ‘tame’ Millie the Millpond Monster at this year’s Saline Celtic Festival, July 13-14 in Mill Pond Park.

 

Saline Rec Center & Delirium Fitness introduce EmpowHer, a mother-daughter class to empower girls to gain strength, flexibility, and confidence!

Health

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