Articles From March 2011

  • Parachuters play for school support

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    Last week’s Yellow Springs Montessori School fundraiser, “Anything Flies,” included, left to right, Tyson Housh, Sven Meister and Gini Meekin, who found themselves in a moment of flight under the parachute.

  • Comedian Julia Sweeney to visit the village

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    Local comedy fans will be happy to note that Julia Sweeney, actor, comedian, author and former Saturday Night Live cast member, will help celebrate the Antioch School’s 90th anniversary.

  • SPORTS SUNDAY—Bulldogs fall to Troy Christian

    Roland Newsome took a shot at saving Troy Christian's runaway lead on Friday night.

    The Bulldogs suffered three losses to Troy Christian at home on Friday, Feb. 15.

  • BLOG-Family Fare: Pork Burgers

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    A trip to the winter farmers market yields ground pork, slider rolls, salad greens, and a wonderful experience fixing a family meal together.

  • Ranch Menagerie home to animals big and small

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    Many animals come to live on Nick Ormes’ animal sanctuary on U.S. 68 because they are abandoned, neglected or surrendered by their owners. Others arrive the natural way — by being born there.

  • Public Meeting

    Environmental Commission, Energy Board, Community Access Panel

  • BLOG – Baby nerds

    The second annual "pre-graduation" baby party, which was held Sunday, Feb. 5 at the Bryan Center.

    Getting parents together is a lot like holding a baby convention. We are nerds for our babies.

  • Village a good host for babies

    The Yellow Springs Library hosts a toddler story hour every Thursday from 2–3 p.m., one of the many ways in which the village supports gatherings for families and their young children. Last week Paige Clark and Alex Finney, foreground, hung out with Ann Fay and her son David, Laura Funderburg and her son Carson, and Carrie Finney and her infant son Tommy. (Photo by Lauren Heaton)

    When Laura Funderburg had her son, Carson, now almost 2, she knew the village was a better fit for the way she wanted to raise her son. And the warm community of parents and children she has found in the village erased all doubt in her mind that she made the right decision.

  • Feminist film gets national honor

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    As Antioch College students in the late 1960s, Julia Reichert and Jim Klein made a feature film about the experience of being female that both rode the modern wave of the feminist movement.

  • Don Wallis

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    Donald Reiter Wallis Jr, newspaper publisher, journalist, author and community advocate, died unexpectedly at his home in Yellow Springs on Monday, Jan. 30.

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