Copies of most photos produced by staff of the Yellow Springs News are available for purchase. e-mail ysnews *at* ysnews.com or call 937.767.7373.
Diana Hankie passed away at home with her family on Saturday, Feb. 6. Services will be held at First Presbyterian Church on Wednesday, Feb. 10, at 5 p.m., with a reception to follow in Westminster Hall. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Dayton Children's Hospital.
From the Print
Guide to Yellow Springs
Search the YS News
Recent Blog Posts
view all Yellow Springs News blogs
- BLOG— Feeling more free by Audrey Hackett
- BLOG-Winter Goods, Greens and Woolies by Amy Magnus
- Blog: Out of Something, Nothing: My Summer as a Professional Mover, part 1 by Dylan Taylor-Lehman
Seeking something older?
- From the Print
- Higher Education
- News Notices
- Village Life
- Village Schools
- Yellow Springs News Blogs
Bulldogs swimming Perry League t-ball Bulldogs girls cross country Bulldogs golf Miami Township Fire-Rescue CBE Planning Commission Antioch College Friends Care Community Yellow Springs School Board Sea Dogs swimming Bulldog girls soccer summer youth baseball ACCC Bulldogs boys cross country YS Arts Council Bulldogs football Bulldogs volleyball Village Council YS School Board Antioch College alumni Tecumseh Land Trust Yellow Springs Police Department Bulldogs basketball WYSO Glen Helen Home Inc. Nonstop Institute Bulldogs girls basketball Antioch University Midwest Chamber of Commerce YS Kids Playhouse Bulldogs boys soccer Little Art Theatre Bulldogs cross country
real estate auction one-act plays Simply Women Village Fun Run farmers' market commencement Miami Valley All-Comers Track & Field Meet alumni soccer game Summer in the Springs 3on3 basketball tournament Art On the Lawn Earth Day Glen Helen Pancake Breakfast open gym volleyball elections MLK march benefit holiday Challenger Sports British Soccer Camp New Year's Eve protest AACW Blues Fest fundraiser Hurricane Ike Yellow Springs Experience Street Fair YSHS graduation holiday in the village art opening Antioch College reunion Art Stroll Easter Egg Hunt Make It Count for the Birds Fourth of July open gym basketball
land use property tax levy alternative energy anniversary celebration Village water diversity academic achievement holiday nonprofit youth-community relations retirement Antioch College revival fundraising APRIL FOOLS! community support energy efficiency food and drink local business VC budget music affordable housing community Village Manager environmental sustainability beyond village borders green space economic development local food school leadership visioning process theater project-based learning film solar energy African-American culture and history