Thursday, 2018 Sep 06th
Dale J. Worth, age 75, passed away on Monday, September 3, 2018 at the St. Joseph Mercy Hospital in Michigan.
Dale was born in Canton, Ohio, the son of John Edward and Dorothy M. (Blend) Worth. On August 19, 1967 in North Canton, Ohio he married Beverly M. Gill and she survives.
Wednesday, 2018 Sep 05th
A Saline High School student was hospitalized after a crash at Maple Road and Michigan Avenue Wednesday morning.
As early season tests go, Saline’s varsity soccer contest against Skyline was a mid-term exam on the first day of school.
And the Hornets passed with flying colors – defeating their SEC Red rivals, 2-1, to take an early hold on first place in the conference.
Due to higher-than-expected bids, the paving of Zeeb Road in Lodi Township has been delayed until the 2019 construction season.
Last month, the Washtenaw County Road Commission (WCRC) received three bids from pre-qualified contractors for the paving of Zeeb Road in Lodi Township. The low bid received was $1,728,000, approximately 18% higher than had been expected.
A special meeting will be held at Lodi Township Hall Sept. 10 as township trustees seek to finalize plans to create a special assessment district that will provide for repairs and improvements to Robert Lane, a residential cul-de-sac off of Ellsworth Road.
Tuesday, 2018 Sep 04th
The boys on the Saline varsity soccer team love the game and each other. It stands to reason their goal this year is to go deep in the playoffs – and play as many games as possible.
Fortunately, for the Hornets, they’ve got the personnel to attain their goal.
The Twirlettes last year entered into a new corps division and won their division. This year the team took it a step further by not only winning the senior small division, but winning the overall Grand National Corps Championship at the America’s Youth on Parade USA and World Championships.
Maria Edwards and Megan Walker recently opened a hair salon called Home Town Roots at 401 N. Ann Arbor St., Suite B.
Brittany Bryant was crowed Miss Saline at the Saline Community Fair last week.
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Monday, 2018 Sep 03rd
Four winners were picked in the annual Saline Rotary Club Steer Raffle, held Sunday night at the Saline Community Fair.
Miss Saline Brittany Bryan pulled the winning tickets and handed them to Lyle Wahl, of Saline Rotary Club.
Matt Dillon, Mark Stevenson, Willard Girbach and Kaisa Hartman-Mayo each won a quarter steer. Not just any steer - but the reserve champion, raised by Daniel Caroen. Rotary President Tiffany Fitzpatrick bid $2.10 per pound on the steer.
Sunday, 2018 Sep 02nd
Howard F. Finkbeiner, 84, of Saline, MI passed away peacefully on Tuesday, August 28, 2018. Howard is survived by his loving wife Irene Finkbeiner. He is also survived by siblings Richard Finkbeiner, Robert (Rachel) Finkbeiner, Herbert (Margaret) Alber, sister-in-law Marilyn Finkbeiner, brother-in-law Larry Mack and nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews. His friends have also been important in his life. He was preceded in death by his parents George and Helen Finkbeiner, sister Jane Mack, brother Gerald Finkbeiner, and sister-in-law Olive Finkbeiner.
Saturday, 2018 Sep 01st
Sunday, September 2 is Family Day at the Saline Community Fair held at the Washtenaw Farm Council Grounds, 5055 Ann Arbor-Saline Road. Family Day is sponsored by Dan’s Downtown Tavern in Saline and starts off with Compact Tractor Pulling at 11 a.m. The Taste of Ag will be held from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. and all youth who complete their Ag Passport will be entered to win a bicycle. The Car and Tractor Show will be held from 2 to 5 p.m. and entry forms are available on the fair website.
To win its first game of the season, the Saline needed to knock off the two-time defending state champion Grand Rapids Catholic Central Cougars – who entered Hornet Stadium on a 21-game win streak. After a slow start, the Hornets used big plays on both sides of the ball to win 17-7.
This month marks exactly 50 years since Marty Flint first welcomed customers to the Excalibur Barber Shop in Saline, opening his doors in September of 1968 in the exact location it sits today at 109 S. Ann Arbor St.
Known for his affable demeanor, penchant for good conversation and, above all, quality haircuts, Flint said he decided on barbering for a living shortly after graduating from Britton High School.
Saturday, September 1 at the Saline Community Fair is Heroes’ Day with Military, Law Enforcement, Firefighters and other nominated heroes admitted free with credentials. The Heroes’ Day program begins at 11 a.m. and will include a light lunch and entertainment provided by the Stronghold Quartet. The Antique Tractor Pull and Farm Stock Tractor Pull and Truck Pull starts off the grandstand events at 9 a.m.
Friday, 2018 Aug 31st
What: Saline (0-1) hosts Grand Rapids Catholic Central (1-0)
When: 7 p.m., Friday
Previous meeting: These teams have never met.
Last week: Chippewa Valley 31, Saline 26. GRCC 42, Muskegon Heights Academy 14.
What's at stake: Needing six wins to get in the playoffs, Saline doesn't want to fall to 0-2.
Student Section: Red, White and Blue.
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Twitter Updates: @thesalinepost, @salineathletics
It’s no secret that MJ Griffin is a special athlete. Griffin, the Hornet senior, was heavily recruited by NCAA Division 1 football programs, finally settling on Temple. Griffin is a 6’1, 180-pound player with great speed and leaping ability. He’s also got great hands and playmaking ability.
But while Saline has talented Division 1 athletes in the past, Griffin is the first Hornet to regularly play defense and offense in the Joe Palka era.
Last year, he was a defensive star at corner. This year, he’s playing safety and receiver. Griffin embraces his new job.
When you live down the road from Ann Arbor, play quarterback name like Arbaugh attracts attention.
Andrew Arbaugh, Saline’s starting quarterback, has been hearing Har-baugh jokes as long as he can remem-ber. He remembers people believing he was Jim Harbaugh’s son when they heard his name announced over the loudspeaker as a freshman. It’s just a trivial distraction for the Saline senior, who’s enjoying life as his team’s quarterback.