Articles From March 2011

  • A winning week for boys basketball

    Joe Plumer puts one up for the Bulldogs in the home team’s loss to Div. II Bishop Ready of Columbus on Friday, Feb. 14. Yellow Springs lost 69–37. (Photo by Lauren Heaton)

    The YSHS boys varsity basketball notched two victories and suffered one loss over the week.

  • BLOG-Happiness is a Full Shoebox

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    Here, on Valentines Day, we open ourselves up like a shoebox full of affection vulnerable in that moment but alive with the anticipation of seeing sparks as they start to fly.

  • Request For Qualifications/Request For Proposal

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    2014 Pool Management

  • Your Village Needs You!

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    Council for the Village of Yellow Springs Seeks Interested Persons to Serve.

  • Utility Service Worker Positions

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    Recruiting For Electric/Water Distribution Positions

  • Yellow Springs Board Of Education

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    Agenda for Thursday, February 13

  • Fur flies over cat house

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    My husband and I really enjoy having our friends over. Out of our group of friends, we have the only home with a cat. One of our friends has a girlfriend who is highly allergic to cats and is miserable when she comes over, even after taking Benadryl.

  • YSPD warns village about recent vehicle break-ins

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    YSPD Police Chief Anthony Pettiford alerted the News this morning that the village has experienced a rash of vehicle break-ins in recent days, amounting to 15 break-ins.

  • College exhibit to end with performances

    The Antioch College exhibit "Currencies" will end this Friday, Feb. 14, with several performances. Shown above are college arts teachers Sara Black, Raewyn Martyn and Gabrielle Civil, whose work is part of the show.

    The Antioch College art exhibit “Currencies,” will end with an evening of performances on Friday, Feb. 14, beginning at 7 p.m. in Herndon Gallery.

  • Paul Henry Reed

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    Paul Henry Reed died Jan. 30 of heart complications at Jackson North Medical Center in Miami, Fla.

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