Tuesday, 2018 Dec 18th
Parents, students speak for and against “I Am Jazz” video
Monday, 2018 Dec 17th
Carman Courtney Dickinson, 96, of Saline, Michigan, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, December 12, 2018.
He leaves his wife of 65 years, Margaret (Knack) Dickinson; his two sons, Chris Dickinson and his wife Sharon of Saline; Tim Dickinson and his wife Angela of Rochester, MN; three grandchildren; and four great grandchildren.
Kim (Kokko) Davids passed away December 6, 2018 at age 66 at her home with her husband by her side.
She is survived by her husband Mark, son Karl (Jenny), grandchildren Elise and Maddox along with sisters Kyle and Karen and brothers Kent, Todd, and Erik.
Kim grew up in Southfield and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Eastern Michigan University and a Master’s degree in Health Administration from Central Michigan University. Her passions included her family, social work, and sorority- Sigma Sigma Sigma.
State Sen. Rebekah Warren, D-Ann Arbor, was elected in November to the state house to replace the term limited Adam Zemke in the Michigan 55th District. Warren, term-limited as a senator, still has two years of eligibility in the state house.
Brendan Murphy and Collin Clark each scored two goals as Saline beat Bedford, 8-0, and improved to 3-0 in the SEC Red.
Sunday, 2018 Dec 16th
Saline Area Players announce auditions for SCRAMBLED, written by Pat Cook, at 2 PM Sunday, January 13 and 7 PM on Monday, January 14. Registration begins 30 minutes before auditions begin. Auditions will be held at The 5th Corner, 211 Willis Rd. Callback date if needed is January 17 at 7 PM. Performance dates/times are March 21-23 at 7:30 PM at The 5th Corner. Those auditioning will fill out an audition form and conflict calendar – bot
It was discovered today that the baby Jesus is missing from Trinity Lutheran Church’s beloved nativity display, which is located on the corner of east Michigan Ave. and North Harris. This also happened three years ago, with an alert parent finding the missing figure in one of his family’s vehicles. The police have been alerted, but the public’s help is welcomed and needed to resolve this mystery. Please call the Saline Police (429-7911) with any information or the church office at 429-4710. Thank you!
Saturday, 2018 Dec 15th
It's a holiday tradition for mandolin and guitar virtuoso Jason Dennie to close out the Acoustic Routes Concert season, and once again, he returns to Saline's Stony Lake Brewing, 447 E. Michigan Ave., with Thunderwüde - his tight-nit trio that can bounce between intricate original compositions, bluegrass standards, and current billboard hits within the flick of a fiddle bow.
Friday, 2018 Dec 14th
Take pictures with Santa at Salt Springs or Pets-N-Things. Tour the historic Rentschler Farm, decked for the holidays. Watch the Nutcracker. Taste cholocolate and coffee ... and much, much more.
The Saline wrestling team picked up two wins in SEC action Wednesday night.
Saline’s varsity boys bowling team defeated Skyline, 28-2, at Revel and Roll in Ann Arbor Wednesday.
The Hornets weren’t at their best in the baker game, but managed to defeat Skyline 176-138 and 140-112.
It has been widely reported in the national news media that following the announcement of the resignation of Gen. John Kelly, the president’s chief of staff, the person thought to be his replacement declined an offer from the president. There was no Plan B.
Thursday, 2018 Dec 13th
Wednesday, 2018 Dec 12th
The high-flying Saline ice hockey team is playing with a target on its back. Opponents know the Hornets are one of the state’s top teams. And so when the puck drops, the Hornets are often facing a team with something to prove – a team looking to prove it can play with the best.
In recent years, wins against Dexter have been rare for the Saline varsity girls basketball team. But Tuesday night, Saline walked away with a convincing 72-44 victory.
Tuesday, 2018 Dec 11th
Four Saline High School seniors were surrounded by friends, family, coaches and teammates during college signing ceremonies outside the Saline Athletics office Monday.
Kelsey Alexander committed to play softball at Central Michigan University. Three members of the state finalist field hockey team also committed to college programs. Devin Reilly and Hannah Jarvie committed to Michigan State University. Emi Maloney committed to Central Michigan University.
The Saline Post spoke with each student athlete. The interviews are below.