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  • Revenue stream error means more monies in greenbelt fund

    At their March 17 meeting, members of the Yellow Springs Village Council learned that, due to a past communication error, the Village greenbelt fund should have about $100,000 more than the $87,000 it currently contains.

  • School board moves closer to open enrollment increase

    At its March 13 meeting the school board moved one step closer to increasing open enrollment in local schools when it gave the go ahead to Superintendent Norm Glismann to begin advertising for two new full-time elementary school teachers for grades one and two, and a half-time kindergarten, teacher.

  • Harvard honors Jacobs

    If you ask local attorney Ellis Jacobs if he usually wins his cases, you might find him, uncharacteristically, at a loss for words. After a pensive few moments in a recent interview, he came up with a response he deemed acceptable.

  • A corner beacon for peace

    On Wednesday, May 19, the war in Iraq marked its fifth year, and in the past week this country hit the milestone of having the 4,000th service member lose his life. The war has surpassed the American involvement in World War II by two years.

  • Edna L. Burba

    Edna L. Burba died at home Friday, March 7. She was 82. She was born March 11, 1925 in Pitchin, and was preceded in death by her husband, William F. Burba, a son, William E. Burba, two sisters and a brother.

  • Thelma Duffee

    Thelma Margurite (Long) Duffee, recently residing at Oakwood Village in Springfield, died on Feb. 20, at Mercy Medical Center. She was 84. She was born in Detroit, Mich., on Jan. 21, 1924, daughter of Harry Harrison and Elizabeth Shaw (Collins) Long…

  • Non-stop Antioch support

    Copies of this and other photographs may be purchased from the Yellow Springs News; please contact us via e-mail at ysnews@ysnews.com or by phone, between 9:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m., Mon.–Fri.

  • Neat knots and knick-knacks: the Knit Knot Tree finds fame

    You can call it a tree in a sweater, a community crazy quilt, or one more quirky idea from Nancy Mellon and Corrine Bayraktaroglu. Whatever you call it, the knitted art project on the pear tree outside the Emporium seems to have taken the world by storm.

  • Agraria picks five-acre site

    The model, low-energy development Community Solution calls Agraria became a little more real late last fall when organizers of the project purchased a 5.1-acre parcel of land on the north end of town.

  • Possible BRAC jobs focus of meeting

    Economic development for Greene County and Yellow Springs was the focus of a presentation given by the Dayton Development Coalition at Antioch University McGregor on Friday morning, March 14. About 100 local and county residents, leaders and men in dark suits attended the meeting…

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