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Thursday, 2012 Sep 06th
Edna Laughrey, who passed away Sept. 4., served the Saline Library for nearly 30 years.
The retired executive director of the Saline Area Chamber of Commerce will be the target at the annual affair, held Sept. 14 at Stonebridge Golf Club.
Sunday's program starts at Stone Arch and moves to Oakwood Cemetery.
Saline Girls' Golf won an SEC dual match Wednesday against Bedford 162-179.
Emily White continued her strong play and was match medalist with an even par 36. White balanced a birdie and a bogey.
Wednesday, 2012 Sep 05th
Here's a quick review of what we saw happening in Saline Businesses on Social Media.
Tuesday, 2012 Sep 04th
The 2009 Saline High School grad was the only person in Washtenaw County to earn the degree.
Lucas Allen scored six times to pace Saline.
Alfred W. Gross, age 74, died on Sunday, Sept. 2, 2012 at the Saline Evangelical Home after a two year battle with cancer.
Al was born on Oct. 25, 1937 in Oakpark, Ill., the son of Waldo and Esther (Hertler) Gross. On July 25, 1959 in Bridgewater, he married Janice D. Westphal and she survives. During his life Al served in the United States Army (infantry), had a 35 year career as a local 190 Union plumber, and was city plumbing inspector for many years. He enjoyed fishing, bowling, golfing, playing pool at the Senior Center, and playing cards with family and friends.
Money Stolen from Mac’s
The co-owner of Mac’s Acadian Seafood Shack reported a subtantial amount of cash was stolen from the restaurant. On Monday, the owner noticed the money missing from a locked area in the restaurant. An investigation of scene showed all exterior doors and windows to were secured.
Police Track Down Stolen Bike
Saline Police tracked down a stolen bike and returned it to its owner Aug. 31.
Labor Day has come and gone. That means summer's over. School is in session.
And the 2012 election races are heating up. So here are a few notes from the campaign trail.
Monday, 2012 Sep 03rd
Keeping government accountable involves more than voting every so often.
The Saline Post invites you to help us pose questions to candidates seeking various local options. We’re finalizing our questions but send in your question and if the issue isn’t already covered, we’ll find a way to get your answer. Your question could provide the answer that change's someone else vote. A year from now, maybe it will be your question that reminds someone in office about a promise that needs to be kept.
Saturday, 2012 Sep 01st
Here are more winners from the livestock shows at the Saline Community Fair.
Saturday's events features the Children's Parade (at noon), the Cottonwood Cloggers (at 6:30 p.m.) and more.
Here's the full schedule
Tyler Palka threw four touchdown passes to lead Saline past Ypsilanti and to a 2-0 start.
Friday, 2012 Aug 31st
Saline's varsity football team improved to 2-0 this season.
Funeral services will be held at the First United Methodist Church in Saline on Tuesday, Sept. 4, at 11 a.m.
Here is your Saline High School sports update for Aug. 31, 2012.
Saline's volleyball team capped off a busy week by winning two of three games at the Milford Quad Thursday.
Saline fell to Lakeland 20-25, 25-20, 23-25 and 16-25 but rebounded to beat Milford 25-12, 25-20 and 25-20, and Ann Arbor Huron, 25-18 and 25-17.
"We have had a grueling week. And I'm really proud of the way the team has responded, going 11-3, in our last three competitions," said head coach Lisa Shea. "We still have plenty to work on to get better. But this is a good team and I think they are starting to know and feel it."
It was good, old fashion family fun at the Weber-Blaess One Room School last Sunday.
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People gathered for the annual Old Fashion Ice Cream Social. Volunteers served up ice cream from Mickey's and hot dogs grilled by the Saline Area Fire Department. Young Olivia Helmer, she of the Braun and Helmer Auction Service, helped raise money for school house programming by auctioning off lunch with school officials and ice cream with city councillor Brian Marl.