Articles From March 2011

  • Teresa Daugherty

    Teresa K. (Grooms) Daugherty of Jamestown passed away Thursday, Dec. 31, in Xenia. She was 57.

  • Vivian Tuttle

    Vivian Tuttle died Friday, Dec. 11 after a brief illness. She was 98.

  • Jeanne Adams Beauman

    Jeanne Adams Beauman passed away Thursday, Dec. 24 at the Madison County Hospital. Jeanne was born in Springfield, the daughter of Rama and Florence (Kerns) Campbell. When she was three, her parents moved to the Clifton community, where she lived most of her life. She attended Clifton grade school and graduated from Cedarville High School. […]

  • Bulldog Sports Round-up

    Before the holiday break, the Yellow Springs girls basketball team lay down for Dayton Christian in a conference defeat 48–37 on Dec. 21. The loss puts the Lady Bulldogs at 3–3 to start the new year. Recreational youth basketball for girls and boys will begin Saturday, Jan. 9 at the John Bryan Community Center Gym, and will continue on Saturdays through March 6. The league is free and open to all community girls and boys.

  • Alumni tourney winners

    YSHS basketball alumni tournament champions for 2009 were alumni from the class of 2004: from left are Dustin Rudegeair, Rory Hotaling, Jordan Skinner, Anthony Brandon, Aaron Cobb, Brandon Frye and Donovan Boddie.

    This year’s Yellow Springs High School alumni basketball tournament ended in another battle between the classes of 2004 and 2002–2003, with the class of ’04 winning for the second consecutive year. The 2004 team was led by Jordan Skinner, Anthony Brandon, and Rory Hotaling, all of whom made the all-tournament team.

  • Church harbors a market in winter

    While church basements tend to be the place for after-service coffee hours and socials, the basement of the Yellow Springs United Methodist Church will soon veer off the traditional path and host vegetables. Beginning this Saturday, Jan. 9, from 9 a.m. to noon, the church will sponsor its first winter farmers market.

  • Home, Inc. withdraws offer

    The Home, Inc. board of trustees decided last week to terminate its contract for a purchase option with Rabbit Run Farm on Dayton Street. Home, Inc. needed more time to establish a development partner for its housing project, and Rabbit Run owner Suzanne Patterson could not extend the option past the June 2010 limit specified in the contract signed in October.

  • Former Antioch Company employees sue leaders

    A large group of former Antioch Company employees has filed a lawsuit against company leaders, charging that in recent years those leaders placed their own financial interests before the welfare of the company as a whole, leading to actions that forced the company into bankruptcy and the loss of more than $20 million in employees’ retirement funds.

  • College staff in South Hall; work on buildings progresses

    If in the past two years there had been urgency around what to do about Antioch College’s physical plant, this year, the attitude of college leaders has resolved into a tempered and reasoned approach to the historic campus. The college took critical steps this fall to protect its buildings from further deterioration, after they were shuttered for a year. And this month, the college administrative staff of about 20 will emerge from their spots in the Olive Kettering Library and the leased space on Xenia Avenue to take up temporary residence in South Hall on the horseshoe at the heart of the campus.

  • Predictions abound for YS in 2010

    A sushi bar. A roller-skating rink, a wind farm and a better set of school leaders than this town has yet to imagine. Short Street will become a park. Vernay will be fenced for dog walkers. No matter what reveals itself in 2010, it will be a better year than last, according to many villagers […]

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