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Thursday, 2013 Aug 29th

The second annual Saline Area Schools Ag Olympics provided laughs and a chance to bond before school starts

Activities include fire truck tours, Ann Arbor Hands On Museum programs, a concert by Gemini and a chance for kids to meet with animals at the fair.

Wednesday, 2013 Aug 28th

Emily White and Samantha Kellstrom led Saline to victory at the Ann Arbor Country Club.

Artur Engler-Pinto and Arman Astani scored for the Hornets, who've improved to 2-0.

Saline was undefeated until Bedford avenged a loss from last Saturday's tournament.

The Saline Community Fair is underway at the Washtenaw County Farm Council Grounds.

Goalie Hannah Krus stopped 10 of 11 shots for Saline.

Marlon Retloff scored twice for Saline in the 14-5 loss. Luke Shafer scored five goals as the JV team won.

Jenna Militello, daughter of Jim and Jan Militello, was crowned Miss Saline Tuesday night at the Saline Community Fair.

Tuesday, 2013 Aug 27th

The largest class of new teachers in recent memory was welcomed to Saline Area Schools this week.

Storms could be bring strong wind gusts, hail and heavy rain.

Samantha Kellstrom shot a 78 to lead the Lady Hornets at the Brighton Invitational at Oak Pointe Country Club Monday.

Saline was third among the 12 teams competing.Okemos won the tournament with a 343, Ann Arbor Pioneer was 2nd with 345 and Saline had a 348.

Busch's Fresh Food Market is Hiring!


Our store remodel is underway and we're looking to hire several more foodies! As we near our 30th anniversary in business in the Saline community, we are excited to unveil our new store, products and services later this fall. 


Casey Roell, Jake Cohen and Robb Smith scored for a Saline team that controlled play from start to finish.

Traditionally the parade has been held on Michigan Avenue. People seemed to like the convenience and intimacy of having the parade on the fair grounds.

Monday, 2013 Aug 26th

The freshman soccer team from Saline blanked Plymouth 4-0 Monday.

Matthew Kocicebelli scored twice and Jacob Herner and Andrew Ionta each scored once for the Hornets.

More than 60 volunteers helped Kelly Hall move the project toward completion. Donors can help complete the project by contributing to a sign in front of the Saline High School trail.