It was cold Wednesday. And it felt colder than the thermometer read.
It’s not going to be much better today. We’ll see a high of about 27-28 degrees – but it will only feel like 17 degrees. Overcast skies will clear up in the early afternoon. Expect a low of 21.
The sun will rise at 8:03 a.m. and set at 5:23 p.m.
Here’s the agenda for Thursday:
- The Washtenaw County Conservation District has its annual meeting at the Farm Council Grounds at 6 p.m.
- The bowling teams visit Tecumseh.
- The competitive cheer team visits Monroe.
- The boys swim and dive team is home to Pioneer.
Jan. 10 is Houseplant Appreciation Day. Each year on January 10, gardeners and home enthusiasts are urged to celebrate the humble houseplant. Houseplants not only add beauty to a home and offer endless hobby hours, they also filter the air. This can reduce indoor pollutants and contribute to a happier and healthier interior environment.
On this day in history, in 49 BC Julius Caesar crossed the Rubicon, signaling the start of the Civil War. Thomas Paine published “Common Sense” in 1776, advocating American Independence. In 1946, the UN General Assembly met for the first time.
Here’s a link to the Saline Observer and a look at its front page on Jan. 10, 1929.
Crime Reports (from Crimemapping.com)
- Identity theft, 400 block of Eastlook Drive, Jan. 8 (SPD)
- Assault (Intimidation), 7000 block of East Michigan Ave., Jan. 6, 1:09 p.m. (PPD)
- Larceny, 600 block of Holmdale Way, Jan. 8, 1:57 a.m. (PPD)
Posts from Social Media
Mayor Marl fields questions about the State of the City
Dallas Casey bowled a perfect game.
Cade Gilless talks about a great wrestling season so far.
Saline High School Robotics is on the move.
Heritage Credit Union has a young staff and young customers.
Recognition for talented Saline video production students.
Saline Area Schools superintendent Scot Graden on Saline's refusal to accept the status quo.