Other than one hiccup in the middle of the first quarter that resulted in the Pioneer (2-2) touchdown the Saline (3-1) defense dominated the home team in Friday’s 33-7 victory.
Saline (3-1, 1-0 SEC Red) opened the SEC Red football season with a 33-7 victory over host Pioneer (2-2, 0-1 SEC Red.
Veneta Ione Miller, formerly of Saline, passed away on September 16, 2014.
After last weekend's MSU Spartan Invitational, the boys and girls teams each dropped a single place in the MichiganCrossCountry.com rankings.
In August, a report to council identified $4.8 million in road projects over the next five years. The city identified about $1 million in funding, leaving $3.8 million in unfunded projects. If the county levied the tax for five years, that would reduce the unfunded total to $2.8 million.
The task force hired a specialist and threw its support behind a proposed law that requires that a percentage of state income from alcoholic beverage sales and fees be used for substance abuse treatment and prevention.
Pastor Jim Tuttle, of First United Methodist Church, was roasted Sept. 12 at Stonebridge Golf Club in an event hosted by the Saline Area Chamber of Commerce.
Two Twelve Arts Center has some fun Children's Pottery classes coming up on Saturdays. Call them at 944-ARTS(2787) to register!
Saline's mayor has endorsed fellow council members David Rhoads and Dean Girbach for re-election to Saline City Council.
The aquatic center will be closing at 5pm on Saturday, September 20 and will not reopen until11 am on Sunday, September 20 due to preventative maintenance.
MILL POND PARK R.O.M.P. STRUCTURE RESURFACING
With a victory Friday at Pioneer, Saline will be half-way to a playoff spot. But the Pioneers are in the same position. Expect another hard-fought SEC Red rivalry game.
About 1,500 people will participate in the parade and another 3,000 to 5,000 people will watch from Michigan Avenue
In politics, frontrunners front run. They don’t willingly lend a hand to underdog challengers. But if they’re not careful, frontrunners can lose sight of who matters – the voters
The Fifth Corner teen center in Downtown Saline has extended its hours of operation for the fall semester in hopes of reaching more students. The new hours open are Wednesday 3 p.m. – 6 p.m.
The City of Saline will partner with Dexter, Chelsea and Ypsilanti on a “target market analysis” that supporters say will provide prelimi