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Thursday, 2018 Oct 11th

Saline swam past Monroe, 150-33, in varsity girls’ swim and dive competition at Saline High School Thursday.

Sports

Musicians from around the globe are finding a home in Saline, thanks to the Acoustic Routes Concert series hosted by Stony Lake Brewing, 447 E. Michigan Ave.

Arts & Entertainment

This Saturday... it's the FrankenSlam!

In 1816 poet Lord Byron challenged his friends to craft a ghost story, setting the stage for teenage Mary Shelley to write Frankenstein. Byron’s challenge is reminiscent of poetry slams today, and to honor the bicentennial anniversary of Frankenstein, poet Adam Henze has created “FrankenSlam: Where the Poetry is Alive. It’s Alive!”

Arts & Entertainment

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Health

On Thursday, October 11, at approximately 1 p.m., the Washtenaw County Road Commission will re-open Platt Road between Stony Creek Rd and Begole Road in York Township after completing a culvert replacement project.

WCRC has placed temporary asphalt over the culvert and will be back at a later date for final paving.

Government

Hundreds of people visited the Rentschler Farm Museum for the Saline Area Historical Society’s annual Harvest Time event.

History

ANN ARBOR -- Hannah Jarvie scored the game’s only goal as Saline defeated host Skyline to clinch the Michigan High School Field Hockey Regular Season Division 1 regular season championship.

Sports

Wednesday, 2018 Oct 10th

TEMPERANCE -- The Saline varsity boys soccer team defeated host Bedford, 4-0, to wrap up an undefeated season in the SEC Red. Saline went 8-0-2 to win their first conference championship since 2014.

Sports

The Saline High School Marching Band earned top marks for an outstanding performance at the Michigan School Band and Orchestra Association festival at Westland John Glenn High School Monday.

The band received an overall rating of "1," and "Superior" from the panel of three judges. The band was evaluated on music, marching fundamentals, overall presentation and general effect.

Schools

Saline Township Supervisor Jim Marion reported at the Saline Township Board meeting Monday night the Macon Road Bridge repair work should be completed by the end of 2018. Marion said he heard from the from the Washtenaw County Road Commission and the Washtenaw County Water Resources Commission, and both agencies were confident the work would soon be completed.

Government

Tuesday, 2018 Oct 09th

Gladys Saborio presents "Trabajo Rustico, Creating Art With Cement" at 2 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 14, at the Saline District Library in the Youth Program Room. 
The event is a Saline Area Historical Society Educational Program.

History

On July 4, 1966, Saline became a sister city in the People-to-People Program established by President Eisenhower with the Town of Brecon, Wales. The Saline-Brecon twinning was the first sister city relationship between U.S. and Wales towns. 

 

Community

Voters in the Saline school district will elect two candidates to six-year terms on the Board of Education in the Nov. 6 election.

The candidates are Brian Woodruff, Jennifer Steben, Richard Conn, Susan Estep, Tom Frederick and incumbent Scott Hummel.

(Below, watch the candidates answer questions at a public forum hosted by SCTN, the Saline Debate Team and Saline Post)

 

Elections

Incumbent Scott Hummel is one of six candidates on the Nov. 6 ballot seeking one of the two seats on the Saline Board of Education. The terms are six years long. The other candidates are Susan Estep, Brian Woodruff, Jennifer Steben, Richard and Tom Frederick.

Here's our Q&A with Scott Hummel

Elections

Brian Woodruff is one of six candidates on the Nov. 6 ballot seeking one of the two seats on the Saline Board of Education. The terms are six years long. The other candidates are Susan Estep, Jennifer Steben, Richard Conn, Thomas Frederick and incumbent Scott Hummel.

Here's our Q&A with Brian Woodruff.

Elections

Monday, 2018 Oct 08th

Jennifer Steben is one of six candidates on the Nov. 6 ballot seeking one of the two seats on the Saline Board of Education. The terms are six years long. The other candidates are Susan Estep, Brian Woodruff, Richard Conn, Thomas Frederick and incumbent Scott Hummel.

Elections

Tom Frederick is one of six candidates on the Nov. 6 ballot seeking one of the two seats on the Saline Board of Education. The terms are six years long. The other candidates are Susan Estep, Brian Woodruff, Jennifer Steben, Richard and incumbent Scott Hummel.

Here's our Q&A With Tom Frederick

Elections

Richard Conn is one of six candidates on the Nov. 6 ballot seeking one of the two seats on the Saline Board of Education. The terms are six years long. The other candidates are Susan Estep, Brian Woodruff, Jennifer Steben, Thomas Frederick and incumbent Scott Hummel.

Here's our Q&A with Richard Conn.

Elections

The Saline football team has clinched a playoff spot, so it’s not too early to take a peek at Snooze2You’s playoff bracket predictions.

Sports

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