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Friday, 2013 Jul 12th
The pool reopened at noon.
Saline Main Street has invited the public to participate in the downtown Saline market analysis project.
The 18th annual Saline Celtic Festival begins Friday night.
Thursday, 2013 Jul 11th
Moody's considered a heavy debt burden, a trend of deficits and low cash reserves when downgrading the district's rating.
Build a Hobbit Shire with friends and family from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday.
Yesterdays storm was not kind to the Rec Center Aquatic Center. Gusty winds and heavy rain/hail caused electrical panels on the rooftop Dectron unit to fail. We have been informed that the Aquatic Center will be closed for 3-5 days. The storm yesterday burned out a motherboard on the dehumidification unit for the pool area. The part is being programmed and shipped to us as quickly as possible. We are so sorry for the inconvenience. Please call and listen to the recorded message before coming in to swim. The rest of the building remains open as usual.
Visitation for Alberta Rogers is from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday at First Presbyterian Church of Saline, where services follow at 3 p.m.
Wednesday, 2013 Jul 10th
The 2012 Saline High School grad made 10 of 11 field goals with Eastern Michigan University last year.
Here's a round up of news from the records of the Saline Police Department.
The conference takes place at 1 p.m., July 11, at Gallup Park in Ann Arbor.
School Board President David Holden said he expected the public would show overwhelming support for the millage, which is worth close to $8 million annually.
The outing takes p
lace June 19 at Lake Forest Golf Club.
Tuesday, 2013 Jul 09th
Lane studies at the University of Kansas School of Engineering.
Custer earned a Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences
Saline Area Schools Board of Education President David Holden commented on State Superintendent Mike Flanagan’s proposal to expand the role of County Intermediate School Districts.
Monday, 2013 Jul 08th
The incident occurred just after 2 p.m., Saturday.
The first-ever Mastodon Mayhem Challenge takes place this Saturday, July 13, at Mill Pond Park, just before the opening ceremonies for this year’s Celtic Festival. A fun, challenging obstacle course designed to push you to your limit, the Mastodon features various obstacles set up along a 3-mile course including hills, mud, woods, water, and much more!
It’s not too late – you can still sign up to participate, or you can sign up to volunteer. Either way, you’re in for a great day and a fun time.