FOR SALE: CARS, TRUCKS, ETC. | (back to top)

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ITEMS FOR SALE | (back to top)

TORO 21" self-propelled mower in good condition. Grass catcher. $125 obo. 767-1854.

HUMMEL large nativity TMK 4 (1964-1972). Thirteen pieces. Standing figures about 8" tall. $500. 767-9222.

MAMA'S MIDNIGHT BAKERY is accepting orders for your celebration: favorite pies, breads and party trays. Call 937-621-3337 for deliveries on Dec. 10, 14, 17, 24 and 31.

ART FOR SALE: Katherine Kadish monotypes, 1995, 1998, 2001, by private collector. Price on request. 937-319-6051.

SIZE 6 Old West cowgirl boots, gently used, $50 obo. 9˝x9˝x9˝ spool of soft textured beige yarn $30 obo. Email for purchase or more pictures.


"TWO HUNDRED YEARS of Yellow Springs," including the legacy of Antioch College and written by the News staff, is available for $15 at the News office, Dark Star Books, Sam and Eddie's Open Books, Town Drug or on our website at .

RETAIL | (back to top)

120816_gre-1124201-41THE CHRISTMAS ELVES are busy at Greenleaf Gardens selling our beautiful trees, making wreaths, swags and centerpieces. Be sure to order early. Hours Friday, Saturday and Monday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday, 1-5 p.m. Other times call 654-4506 for appointment.

PETS AND LIVESTOCK | (back to top)

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BARTER AND TRADE | (back to top)

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FREE OFFERS | (back to top)

FREE FIREWOOD: Logs cut to approximately 3" lengths. You haul. 767-1529.

MOVED HERE RECENTLY? Come to the Yellow Springs News office at 253 Xenia Ave., 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m. We'll sign you up for a three-month subscription to the News for free! There's a welcome package for you, too.

MERCHANDISE WANTED | (back to top)

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HOUSING, ETC., WANTED | (back to top)

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FOR RENT | (back to top)

120816_HOUSE AT DAVIS, Whiteman, Livermore streets “triangle”. Two bedrooms, one bath, high efficiency gas heat/central air, full porch. Close to everything. New carpet, fresh paint, w/d hookups. $1,150 month plus utilities. Deposit and references required. Non- smoking, pet-free building. 767-7569 or .

STORAGE FOR RENT: Dry storage in barn in town. Ideal for car, tractor, small boat, other. 937-672-6492.

FINISHED BASEMENT for rent. Furnished, all utilities paid. Garage and patio. Pet-free building. $1,200/month. 513-325-3098.

THREE-BEDROOM, two-bath house. Two-car garage, all appliances. Includes lawn service, snow removal. $950/month, $50/month. Pet- and smoke-free building. 12 minutes from Corry Street and Xenia Avenue in Yellow Springs. 374-1038.

Large furnished room in the Humanist Center available to sublet four days a week, Fridays-Mondays. Contact Joan Chappelle at .

TOWNHOUSE APARTMENTS for rent, Hawthorne Place: one-bedroom, $575; two-bedroom, $675 three-bedroom, $775 plus utilities. Laundry facilities on site. 937-324-3606.

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE | (back to top)

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LOST AND FOUND | (back to top)

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EMPLOYMENT | (back to top)

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SEEKING SOMEONE to do general clothing repair: buttons, tears, etc. Call or text: 937-545-1478.

ANTIOCH COLLEGE is seeking a Chef's Assistant. This role is primarily food preparation and service. This position holds a diverse set of responsibilities ranging from food and meal production to directing support staff, including students. For the full description go to: To apply send a cover letter, resume and three references to: Please place the position title in the subject line of your email.

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SERVICES AVAILABLE | (back to top)

RISE AND SHINE Cleaning Service, using environmentally-friendly products. Home or office. Local references, reasonable rates. Natalie Beck, 244-3194 or .

VISH'S EARTHSCAPING: Now scheduling full-service landscape design and installation for April 2017. Also expert tree pruning, hedge trimming, gravel and stonework. Direct inquiries to .

DOWNSIZING or decluttering? Simplicity can conquer clutter and responsibly dispose of items you no longer use. Compassionate and confidential. 937-389-2030.

ED'S HANDYMAN Service. Live locally, references, affordable. Siding, repairs, woodwork, windows, hauling, doors, gutters, cleanouts, awnings, soffits. 937-815-8320.

NEIL DOG TRAINING ("evolving" certified professional trainer/retired special education teacher) will help you train your dog. If you are committed, I can help. Neil Silvert, 937-767-1991 or . Free evaluation. Reasonable rates - sliding scale.

112416_har-1152015-19HAIR CUTS AND COLOR: Michael James Hair Salon. 502 S. High St. Open at 9 a.m., Monday-Saturday. 937-581-0746.


COMPUTERS, APPLIANCES, iPods/iTouch, household, electrical/electronic, appliance repair and more. David Turner, retired engineer. 767-7849.

FINANCIAL SERVICES | (back to top)

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CHILD CARE | (back to top)

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INSTRUCTION | (back to top)

BELLY DANCE BASICS: Fridays, Dec. 9, 16, Jan. 6, 13, 20, 7:30-8:30 p.m., Bryan Center, second floor dance room. $10/class in advance, $15 drop-in. Katya of Egyptian Breeze Dance Troupe. 937-307-4188.

EVENTS | (back to top)

LOCAL FOOD POTLUCK, last of the season. Dec. 18, 2 p.m. in the Methodist Church basement at 202 S. Winter St. A potluck and cooking demonstration by Carmen Milano will complete our series of four events using local foods. She will include some apple and cider recipes since our speaker will be John Peifer of Piefer Orchards. It is casual and we will share a meal of carry-in dishes. Invite others to join you and have an interesting time talking about apples and other local fruits. Contact Julia at Community Solutions with questions - .

120816_hit-0000000-00ALTERNATIVE GIFT FAIR is this Saturday, Dec. 10, 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the YS Senior Center great room. Find unique gifts offered by local non-profit organizations. You benefit by one-of-a-kind gifts and your purchases support participating non-profits. Hope to see you there!

THE NATIONAL ALLIANCE for Mental Illness has two free ongoing and confidential support groups in YS. NAMI Connection for people living with mental illness meets every Wednesday, 6:30-8 p.m. in the art room at the John Bryan Center. The Family Support group meets the second Thursday of the month (Dec. 8) from 7-8:30 p.m., at the John Bryan Center, rooms A&B. Visit or call 937-322-5600.

MISCELLANEOUS | (back to top)

RECRUITING ACTORS for a table read of a feature-length script, “President Nose and the Attack of the Terrorist Mimes.” Six people to play multiple roles. Sunday, Dec. 11, 1-3:30 p.m. Refreshments provided. For information email Steve Deal at .

WANT A COLOR AD? Too bad: The News is in black and white. But a pre-printed insert costs just a bit less than a dime per insert to distribute in the News. You design, print it in color - we'll stuff it and get it to our readers. Call 767-7373 or email .

CHECK OUT for over 70 feature videos of village art, education, music, sports, kiln firing, you name it. Go see it.

NEED A GIFT for someone special who lives out of town? If they've got an email address, they've got an inbox. That's where the News will be every Thursday morning! Go to and choose Subscribe to sign them up for the E-edition.

CARD OF THANKS | (back to top)

RIDE SHARE | (back to top)

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Thank you to Kurt, Anna and Phoenix at the Emporium, Donna at Community Solutions and some UU's for helping to support and organize the Dec. 4 teach-in on fracking in Wayne National Forest. Those who oppose fracking can still call Kathleen Atkinson at 414-297-3765 and ask her to withdraw consent for fracking in the forest. —Sylvia