Articles From March 2011

  • Explore downtown history

    Historian Robin Heise is shown at right talking about the historic Octagon House at a recent walking tour. Heise hopes that villagers will contribute stories about local history to her Web site at ysheritage.org.

    Local historian Robin Heise will lead a historical walking tour of downtown Yellow Springs on Sunday.

  • Village Council— Rehab option for water plant

    Regarding how best to source local water, Village Council may have the option of rehabbing the village’s current water plant.

  • What an opening night at t-ball!

    Oh, what a night! Lily Rainey, 9, Kian Rainey, 4, and Veda Rainey, 2, Amy Boblitt and Brian Rainey’s kids, are there when I show up, ready and raring to go.

  • Come out to Pride weekend

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    The second annual Yellow Springs Pride Weekend, June 14–16, features a sidewalk parade downtown, educational talks and booths at the Bryan Center, late night parties with live music, DJs and drag troupes and a family-friendly potluck picnic at a park.

  • WYSO presents StoryCorps founder in Dayton

    Radio producer David Isay is the founder of StoryCorps.

    WYSO 91.3 will bring radio producer David Isay to Dayton’s Schuster Center on Friday, June 21.

  • Teens gather to make art with henna

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    A workshop on natural henna art for ages 12-18 will be held today, Monday, June 10 from 6:30-7:30 p.m.

  • Local basketball legend dies

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    Before Charlie Coles coached at Miami University, he set records in Yellow Springs. Coles died Friday.

  • BLOG-A Gathering In Miniature

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    The Yellow Spring Art Stroll on Friday 14 June will feature a virtuosic presentation of area favorites in Miniature Works of Art, an exhibit opening at Would You Could You In A Frame, 113 Corry Street.

  • Little Art making strides

    The Little Art Theatre renovation has made big strides over the past two weeks.

  • Trista Mae Lindstrom

    Trista Mae Lindstrom of Yellow Springs passed away unexpectedly Saturday, June 1, at Greene Memorial Hospital. She was 17.