Articles From March 2011

  • Aurora Borealis over Yellow Springs

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    Thanks to an especially strong solar wind hitting the earth’s magnetosphere, last week the Northern lights were visible in Yellow Springs.

  • SPORTS SUNDAY — Bulldogs fall in tournaments

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    For Yellow Springs High School athletes, deep runs into post-season tournaments ended on Saturday.

  • Board Of Education

    Special Meeting, Saturday, Oct. 29 at 9 a.m.

  • Mills Lawn students kick off Yelloween

    A bloody skeleton, a yellow belt and Fidel Castro could all be seen downtown yesterday.

    Mills Lawn students were out in their holiday finest yesterday, kicking off a weekend of Yelloween festivities with the annual Halloween Parade. A plethora of scary, silly, fun and creative costumes could be seen as the children showed off on Xenia Avenue.

  • Geis replaces Omlor as leader of YSI

    Change in leadership is afoot at YSI.

  • Public Meetings

    Environmental Commission, Human Relations Committee

  • John Daniel Olsen

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    John Daniel Olsen, formerly of Yellow Springs, died Sunday, Oct. 23. He was 39 years old.

  • Terrence Allen

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    Terrence Lloyd Allen of Springfield died Oct. 17 at Friends Care Center in Yellow Springs. He was 85.

  • What, are you yellow? Village celebrates the good scare

    As if black birds were pecking at our downtown garden, scarecrows — 35 at last count — have been popping up over the last two weeks, looming over visitors and villagers coming to town to see the latest creations. Ye Olde Trail Tavern owner Cathy Christian came up with the idea last year, and this year she teamed up with downtown business supporters Bob Swaney and Mindy Harney to make it happen. Ohio Silver owner Marcia Wallgren was caught gluing gems on her Silver Queen’s shoes Tuesday. See page 8, and visit ysnews.com to see more of the creative creatures. (Photo by Suzanne Ehalt)

    The scarecrows lining village streets portend a dark time ahead; Yelloween is coming, and the town is set to both attract tourists and to repulse them.

  • Paula Spier

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    Paula Lazarus Spier died Oct. 4, in Brewster, Mass., of Parkinson’s disease. She was 88

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