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Friday, 2018 Dec 14th

Saline’s varsity boys bowling team defeated Skyline, 28-2, at Revel and Roll in Ann Arbor Wednesday.
The Hornets weren’t at their best in the baker game, but managed to defeat Skyline 176-138 and 140-112.


It has been widely reported in the national news media that following the announcement of the resignation of Gen. John Kelly, the president’s chief of staff, the person thought to be his replacement declined an offer from the president. There was no Plan B.


Thursday, 2018 Dec 13th

Wednesday, 2018 Dec 12th

The high-flying Saline ice hockey team is playing with a target on its back. Opponents know the Hornets are one of the state’s top teams. And so when the puck drops, the Hornets are often facing a team with something to prove – a team looking to prove it can play with the best.


In recent years, wins against Dexter have been rare for the Saline varsity girls basketball team. But Tuesday night, Saline walked away with a convincing 72-44 victory.


Tuesday, 2018 Dec 11th

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Four Saline High School seniors were surrounded by friends, family, coaches and teammates during college signing ceremonies outside the Saline Athletics office Monday.

Kelsey Alexander committed to play softball at Central Michigan University. Three members of the state finalist field hockey team also committed to college programs. Devin Reilly and Hannah Jarvie committed to Michigan State University. Emi Maloney committed to Central Michigan University.

The Saline Post spoke with each student athlete. The interviews are below.


An employee at the Saline CVS started her car to warm it up and went back inside the store. When she returned to the parking lot a couple minutes later, her car was gone.

The stolen vehicle was reported around 7 a.m., Dec. 10.

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The Saline Township Board breezed through routine business in 30 minutes at its meeting Monday night. As township board members provided their trustee reports, most included the words “nothing earth shattering happened.”

Monday, 2018 Dec 10th

Rockin' for the Hungry 2018 group photo


Ann Arbor, MI (December 10, 2018)—Food Gatherers, ann arbor’s 107one, and Kroger once again succeeded in raising more than one million meals for hungry people in Washtenaw County during the Rockin’ for the Hungry food and fund drive. By “freezin’ for a reason” with a six day live broadcast hosted at Washtenaw County Kroger stores, Food Gatherers staff and 107one radio personalities received enough donations from community members to provide one million meals for the 50,000 Washtenaw County residents who don’t have enough to eat.


Every week about 14 drivers deliver meals to homebound or disabled individuals in the Saline area. Some of the drivers have been volunteering for close to twenty years. Meals on Wheels has a dedicated group of drivers, but some leave Michigan for the winter. As is expected, we are in need of substitute drivers. If you are interested in helping deliver to these individuals, please contact Kathy Adamson at Saline Area Senior Center. An experienced driver will train and guide you. SASC adminsters the program and EHM Senior Solutions provides the meal.


Acoustic Routes Concerts announced today that tickets are now on-sale for 15-time Grammy-winner Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder’s show at the Michigan Theater in Ann Arbor on May 25, 2019. The internationally-acclaimed Saline Fiddlers Philharmonic will open the evening.

Arts & Entertainment

Sunday, 2018 Dec 09th

The City of Saline honored some of its most environmentally friendly citizens at the Dec. 3 city council meeting.


GRAND RAPIDS -- Freshman Griffin Clark scored twice as Saline defeated East Grand Rapids, 6-1, to improve to 3-1-1 on the season.

Logan Dejanovich opened the scoring early in the first with Gordie Niethammer assisting. With four minutes remaining in the period, Niethammer set up Connor Wright to make it 2-0. Saline went up 3-0 on the powerplay with 50 seconds left in the first period when Collin Clark scored from Nick Miller and Mason Ausmus. The Hornets outshot their opponents 18-8 in the first period.


As most adults understand, to get “schooled” is “to be taught a lesson the hard way.”


The Saline competitive cheer team opened the season by taking first place at Northwest High School in Jackson Saturday. Saline finished with 638.7 points.


Just as the community engaged in a heated debate about the need to show elementary school students a video explaining the struggles of a transgender child, a noted local psychologist will be reading from her new book on bullying Sunday at Brewed Awakenings Café.


Saturday, 2018 Dec 08th

Marlene Thirsa Lovett died in her home on December 1, 2018 in Saline, due to complications following a long battle with Pulmonary Fibrosis. She was 77.


The Saline Township Planning Commission postponed taking action on the Andelina Farms development at Tuesday’s meeting. Commissioners cited the need for more detailed information about the on-site water and sewer system.