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Thursday, 2013 Apr 11th


Ever wonder what it would be like to be in charge of the artistic direction for a show?  Every director is different in how they approach a show and what innovations they add.  I caught up with our director for Saline Area Players’ production of Roald Dahl’s Willy Wonka, Tami HIndes, and here is how she answered some of my questions.


Saline Main Street will select up to three buildings in our downtown Saline Main Street district that will receive no-cost design services to help facilitate the rehabilitation of the building’s facade.

The Saline Post exists as a community platform for journalism and for residents and organizations to share information.

One of the best ways to share information is the Saline Post's events calendar. You can use the events calendar to post garage sales, group meetings, banquets, fundraisers and anything else you want Saline to know about.

Art-A-Licious, downtown Adrian’s annual fine arts festival, is now accepting applications from artists who would like to exhibit and sell their work at this year’s fair, Sept 20-21.

Subway wants a drive-thru restaurant at 1010 E. Michigan, while Robison-Bahnmiller is planning an expansion and new parking lot.

Local running enthusiasts have another event to add to their calendar.

Saline Area Schools Special Education is holding a 5K Run/Walk Sunday, May 19, at Saline High School.  Proceeds from the Tech Trek will be used to raise money to purchase iPads that will be used in the education of students enrolled in special education calsses.

The run starts at the main gate to the Saline High School athletic fields at 8 a.m. and ends on the varsity track.


Here's the latest news from the Saline Rec Center:


Wednesday, 2013 Apr 10th

Pineapple House owner Joy Ely is being honored for 30 years of dedication to the community at Saline Salutes Friday night.

Here’s a quick recap of Tuesday night’s Saline Area Schools Board of Education meeting.

No Decision on Pay to Play

Superintendent Scot Graden recommended that the board not change pay-to-participate fees for student athletics in a motion that also abolished the $40 club/activity fee.

School board, however, voted 4-3 to separate the two items and make the Pay-to-Participate fee a discussion item.

Tuesday, 2013 Apr 09th

Thrower John Smutny was a double winner for Saline, taking the shot and discus.

The Saline girls track and field team kicked of the SEC season with a 101-36 win over their rivals from Pioneer Tuesday at Saline High School.

All-State Junior Quenee' Dale won the 100 meter dash, 200 meter dash and 100 hurdles to pace the Hornets.

Wendy Szuminski was also a double-winner, taking the high jump and pole vault.

Dale won the 100 meter hurdles in 15.72 seconds. Saline senior Natalie Wysocki was second in 16.00.

Rep. Gretchen Driskell says Michigan women make $13,000 less than men, on average, and that the disparity in Michigan is worse than in other places in the country.

A 38-year-old Saline woman escaped serious injury when her vehicle rolled over on Willis Road in York Township early Tuesday afternoon.

The Saline Area Fire Department was dispatched to Willis Road, near Bishop Road, at approximately 12:20 p.m.

A woman driving a Chevy SUV lost control of her vehicle, went off the road and rolled her vehicle near a curve in the road. 

The woman declined to be taken to hospital by Huron Valley Ambulance.

A Washtenaw County Sheriff's Office Deputy was on the scene investigating the crash.


The Saline Are Schools Board of Education meets at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at Liberty School.

School board is expected to set pay to participate and activity fees. Currently, a $325 pay-to-play fee allows students to participate in recognized sports all threes. Students playing club sports are required to most of the cost associated with the sport.

School board batted around the issue at a recent study session there did not appear to be any support for making immediate or drastic changes to the policy.

Monday, 2013 Apr 08th

The lights are coming out of the trees in Downtown Saline, and it's going to cost $55,000 or so to put 50,000 new lights in the trees.

Saline Main Street has moved next to the Saline Downtown Diner.

People can recycle non-rechargeable batteries, cell phones, rechargeable batteries and ink cartridges at Saline City Hall.