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Wednesday, 2012 Oct 31st
The annual Halloween event at the Rec Center reinvented itself after long time sponsor moved out of the area. The event went from a "Hullaballoo" to a "Boo Bash". 300 children and adults dressed up in very creative costumes to enjoy a plethora of activities.
By Nov. 15, there will be a new way to get to the Saline District Library.
Construction of the $233,000 non-motorized path connecting Harris Street, at Brecon Park, and Maple Road, at the library, is well underway.
The project is being funded with $73,00 from the library, $80,000 from the city, $60,000 Washtenaw County Recreation grant, and $20,000 from CARES.
Leslee Niethammer, director of the Saline District Library, said the project is bigger and better than the one originally imagined.
Saline High School senior Louisa Antonelli is one of seven Saline High School National Merit Scholarship semifinalists.
The Saline Craft Show has been rated the top show in Michigan.
Tuesday, 2012 Oct 30th
Here's recent news from the Saline Police Department.
The Saline High School Commons is a little more comfy this year.
Thanks to a donation of furniture by Resource Office Interiors, the Commons has become a gathering place for students looking for a central studying location.
Earlier this year, Saline High School principal Julie Helber expressed a desire to add to the learning environment for her students and staff. As it turned out, representatives for Resource Office Interiors had already begun discussion with Saline Area Schools district administration about partnering on a project.
Saline High School senior Allison Collins is one of seven academically talented students who have been named National Merit Scholarship semifinalists. Also earning the honor from Saline are Patrick Zetterholm, Ryan Whitfield, Louisa Antonelli, Jessica Lipa, Kelly Hall and James Corcoran.
Here's a little more about Allison Collins, one of the top students at one of America's top high schools.
Parents: Michael and Judy Collins
The 37th Annual Holiday Parade takes place at 5:30 p.m., Dec. 1.
About 250 vendors will be selling one-of-a-kind items and gift ideas at the Saline Craft Show Nov. 10 at Saline Middle School. The 26th Annual Saline Craft Show takes place from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Over the next two weeks, we're counting down to the show with reasons why should consider attending.
Reason #9 to Attend the Saline Craft Show
A former Saline elementary school principal supports Gretchen Driskell for State Representative.
Former Superintendent Ellen Ewing endorses Gretchen Driskell for State Representative.
Monday, 2012 Oct 29th
Dr. Rob Borer sent this in Monday.
The votes have been counted and the winners have been identified. Congratulations to Saline Parks and Recreationfor their FIRST PLACE winning entry.
SECOND PLACE goes to Leo Babcock and his "Tin Man" entry.
THIRD PLACE goes to Zoe Borer and Denisse Wagner (which has taken a beating by the high hurricane winds lately)
Saline Area Schools School Board Trustee David Holden says Proposal 2 will undo reforms that helped the school district put money in the classroom.
Saline Police are asking the public to help identify three people suspected of stealing items from Junga’s Ace Hardware Oct. 20.
Employees at Junga’s Ace Hardware were doing an inventory check when they noticed several Sawzall blades and a Rotozip spiral saw were missing.
Surveillance video showed thefts taking place between 2:19 and 2:22 p.m. Oct. 20. The suspects are two white males and a white female, all of whom appear to be in their 20s, according to police.
To the editor:
I am writing in support of Gretchen Driskell for representative of the 52nd Michigan District based on her twelve year record of public service as Mayor of Saline. During her tenure, she has sensed that education and business go hand-in-hand. Her way to court and retain economic status of our town was to find progressive businesses, such as Liebherr (from our sister city in Germany), and introduce them to the quality public educational program awaiting their families within the Saline Area Schools.
Rosenberger becomes the second manager of the young organization.
Saline Finished the regatta with 6 medals in 10 races.
The performing show choir presents the famous Dr. Seuss holiday production Dec. 14-15 at Saline Middle School.
We are proud to support Brian Marl for Mayor of the City of Saline. Brian understands the importance of economic development to a community’s long-term success, and he is passionate about our city. Brian has deep roots in this community, and that is demonstrated in the time he devotes to Saline in his service on City Council, his church and in community organizations. He clearly has a vision for the future, and we are confident that his leadership abilities will make him an effective and forward-thinking mayor.
Walt and Nancy Byers