Articles From March 2011

  • Shuttering still cause for fire concern

    Antioch College supporters still have reason to feel concerned about the safety of the recent campus shutdown, according to a college alumnus and fire safety expert. “If everyone has the idea that Antioch buildings are protected by sprinkler systems, that’s false,” said Gene Milgram of Annapolis, Md., in an interview last week. Milgram, an alumnus […]

  • Pirates lead Minor League

    The Indians took a pair of games from the Yankees on Monday, July 14, to overtake the Yankees and move into second place behind the Pirates to start off the final two weeks of the 2008 season.

  • Perry League aging well at 38!

    We had a ton of children last Friday. I was surprised. I had expected turnout to be thin because of the 4th of July layover — we didn’t have t-ball Friday night, July 4, so there was a two-week break between t-ball nights, nor our usual one.

  • Charles Christophe(r)

    Charles Theodore Christophe(r) of Yellow Springs, Ohio, died on July 13. He was 90. Friends may call at the Jackson Lytle Williams Funeral Home, 322 Xenia Avenue, Yellow Springs, from 5 to 8 p.m., Thursday, July 17.

  • Austin L. Pitstick

    Austin L. Pitstick of Springfield passed away Thursday, July, 10. He was 11. He was born Oct. 4, 1996, to Matthew Pitstick and Janene Edinger in Xenia.

  • Edith M. Kelley

    Edith M. Kelley, formerly of Saint Paris, passed away at 3:50 p.m., on Thursday, July 10, in the Friends Care Center, Yellow Springs. She was 94.

  • Seth Joseph Duell

    Seth Joseph Duell

    Seth Joseph Duell was born in a small farmhouse in the “tree claim” on a farm near the tiny town of Ruleton, Kan., on June 25, 1925, to Seth Edwin and Martha Gattshall Duell. He was the fifth of 11 children.

  • Sports physicals exam night set

    All Yellow Springs athletes in grades seven through twelve will need a new pre-participation physical exam before they can participate on any school-sponsored sports team.

  • ‘Semi-pro’ football teams at YSHS

    The Miami Valley Warriors “semi-pro” football team will, once again, play its 2008 home games at Yellow Springs High School. Home dates for regular season games are Saturdays, July 19; Sept. 20 and 27; and Oct. 4, all at 7 p.m.

  • Golfers raise funds

    Despite threatening weather last week, the 2008 Bulldog Scramble held at Locust Hills golf club on Saturday, July 12, came off without a hitch. Sixty-four golfers took to the course in the benefit tournament to raise funds for the Yellow Springs High School golf program.

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