Articles From March 2011

  • Dissolution

    of College Revival Fund Nonprofit

  • Village Council— Vote on natural gas coming

    The combined-cycle natural gas power plant, opening in Fremont, Ohio, in early 2012, will be owned and operated by the Village’s municipal power provider, AMP. (Submitted photo)

    Village Council will consider purchasing power from a new natural gas plant at its June 20 meeting in yet another decision affecting the town’s electricity portfolio and its carbon footprint.

  • Another face of our t-ball kids

    Jimmy Chesire got down in the dirt with t-ball player Mia Campbell at Gaunt Park on Friday, June 17. (Submitted photo)

    Evan Galarza, age 4, shines his love beacon up at me and says, “I want to be on the field with you.” I am thrilled to be chosen by such a dream child.

  • Andrew Hevelin

    Andrew Scott (Kelso) Hevelin, formerly of Yellow Springs, died June 6 at his home in West Liberty, Ohio. He was 64.

  • Schools hire new teachers, staff

    After a slate of retirements that took place this past year, the Yellow Springs schools began the rebuilding process this month by hiring six new teachers and staff.

  • Peggy Lou Pitstick

    Peggy Lou Pitstick died unexpectedly on Sunday, June 19, at Kettering Hospital, one day after her 78th birthday.

  • Village Council— How much to cut back trees?

    At their June 6 meeting Village Council began a discussion of Village tree-trimming policy, sparked by the need to budget money for this year’s tree work.

  • Youths plead guilty to offense

    This week police charged five male youth from Yellow Springs and one from Beavercreek with committing a dangerous “prank” at the home of an Omar Circle resident early in the morning on June 7.

  • Students, community grade the schools

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    A recently completed survey of the schools allowed students and the community to evaluate the quality and effectiveness of their hometown district.

  • BLOG – America Nowhere

    Me and Cherie at FSU, circa 2004, doing who in the heck knows what.

    My best friend, Cherie Saulter, is bringing her debut film, “No Matter What,” to the Little Art Theatre on Sunday, June 26 at 1 p.m. I am thus forced to pontificate.

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