Articles From March 2011

  • Martha Benham

    Martha Elisabeth (Anderson) Benham of Springfield went to be with the Lord on Aug. 6. She passed away peacefully at the age of 93 with her family near in the Hospice of Cincinnati in Blue Ash, Ohio. Martha was born on Dec. 1, 1919 in Cedarville to Dr. Leo Anderson D.V.M. and Martha (Knott) Anderson. […]

  • Thelma Phillips

    Thelma F. (Baker) Phillips of Yellow Springs passed away peacefully with family by her side at Friends Care Community on Saturday, Aug. 10. She was 83. Thelma was born on July 6, 1930 to the late Vernon and Edith (Harvey) Baker in Christiansburg. She was a graduate of Springfield High School in 1949. Soon after […]

  • T-ball finale — Love for the sport, and one another

    It was a dark and stormy day: blustering thunder boomed in the Miami Valley, and anxious parents of dedicated t-ballers worried: would t-ball happen that evening? The concern was acute: it was t-ball trophy night, the blowout ballgame/wiener roast/celebration of what we’d done that is held at the end of the t-ball season each summer. […]

  • Get some Bling! at latest YSAC exhibit

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    The Yellow Springs Arts Council Gallery’s latest exhibition is the eclectic, handcrafted art jewelry of seven Ohio jewelry artists, all available for purchase.

  • Yellow Springs’ own Jackson honored

    Villager Phyllis Jackson, center, is one of five women to be named to this year's Greene County Women's Hall of Fame.

    Phyllis Lawson Jackson will be honored as an inductee into the Greene County Women’s Hall of Fame.

  • BLOG – Ice cream with Friends

    Janeal Ravndal served cool whip to anyone who wanted it at last Sunday's ice cream social at Friends Care Community.

    Today’s blog showcases Friends Care Community’s annual ice cream social that was well attended on Sunday, August 4.

  • Sea Dog team triumphs in spirit

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    After a slow start plagued by a closed pool and bad weather, the Yellow Springs Sea Dogs swimming team won its last two games of the season.

  • BLOG-Ground Cherry Goodness

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    This week, our special order came in for a landing. Instead of the usual dozen or so eggs, the folks of Rocket Acres slipped a pint of ground cherries on our egg box.

  • Basora signs contract

    The Yellow Springs Board of Education released the following statement on Thursday, Aug. 8: The Yellow Springs Board of Education and Superintendent Mario Basora are happy to announce that the negotiations for an amended contract for Superintendent Basora have successfully concluded with a proposed five-year contract. We anticipate a resolution at the regular business board […]

  • VIDEO — New climber at Mills Lawn School

    Sven Meister atop the new Mills Lawn School climber. The climber was officially unveiled Thursday, Aug. 8, in the afternoon. Families and friends were encouraged to come and play

    The beloved wooden Big Toy was partially destroyed by a falling silver maple during a storm last July. In its place last week arose a mighty, multi-piece structure.

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