Articles From March 2011

  • Bulldog Sports Roundup

    The Yellow Springs boys soccer team won 3–0 over Miami Valley School last Saturday during a home game at the high school field. Shown above is Alexis Onfrey, at right, who scored two goals. Chris Johnson added a third point to the score.

    Alexis Onfroy opened his junior season in cross country by leading the Bulldogs to victory at the 9th annual Ambassador Classic in Xenia on Saturday, Sept. 6.

  • Sharon Baldwin

    Sharon (Priser) Baldwin of Xenia died Sunday, Sept. 14, at Greene Memorial Hospital. She was 46. She was born on Nov. 13, 1961. She was a former resident of Yellow Springs and a graduate of Yellow Springs High School.

  • Donald Alexander

    Donald A. Alexander of Yellow Springs died Sunday, Sept. 14. He was 75. He was born May 6, 1933, the son of Charles M. and Beatrice (Heider) Alexander in Yellow Springs.

  • Dealing with the storm aftermath

    Due to the unusually high volume of tree damage caused by Sunday’s high winds, the Village of Yellow Springs has expanded its efforts to collect branches and limbs in local neighborhoods.

  • Nonstop, YSKP seek space

    Village Planning Commission held a lengthy public hearing on Monday, Sept. 8, to consider whether to permit the Nonstop Liberal Arts Institute to use the home at 113 East Davis Street for administrative office space.

  • YSI contaminants still linger

    Several vigilant groups of environmentalists received satisfactory news last week when they met with the team leading the bioremediation of contaminants spilled at the YSI campus on Brannum Lane in the early 1990s.

  • Series brings academe to Main Street

    For the past four years each January, Ohio State Professor of Russian literature Angela Brintlinger has been a guest speaker in Elizabeth Lutz-Hackett’s advanced placement high school English class.

  • Felders are ‘somebodies’ at the Democratic convention

    Betty and Jim Felder returned home recntly after having served as volunteers at the Democratic National Convention.

    Short of being a delegate, how do people get to participate in such a momentous and, in this case, history making event as the recent Democratic National Convention? To local couple Jim and Betty Felder, the answer was simple — volunteer.

  • Feature photo: The blues and all that jazz

    Thousands of people enjoyed last weekend’s 11th Annual AACW Blues, Jazz and Cultural Festival that took place at the Antioch Amphitheater. In this photo, Detroit’s Queen of the Blues, singer Alberta Adams, eggs on the crowd.

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  • New name, new head for The Antioch Company

    The year 2008 has been a momentous time of change for The Antioch Company and its leaders. With the sale of Antioch Publishing, Lee Morgan’s retirement as president and CEO of the company in June, and his wife Vicki Morgan’s retirement two months prior…