Articles by Diane Chiddister :: Page 11

  • Herbicide incident report delivered

    Maria Penrod, right, was all about the water, while Olivia Hale and Maleigha Young, left, sunned themselves before diving in. (photo by Lauren Heaton)

    At Village Council’s Nov. 4 meeting, Village Solicitor Chris Conard presented a summary of his investigation into the June 12 overuse of herbicide at the Gaunt Park pool that led to the closing of the pool

  • Township Trustee forum— New fire station addressed

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    Candidates for Miami Township Trustee agreed at a forum last Wednesday evening that the greatest challenge facing the newly-elected board will be constructing a new building for the Township offices and fire department.

  • Village Council— CBE funding talk continues

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    At their Oct. 21 meeting, Village Council members moved ahead with a request from Community Resources to pay $800,000 to finance the infrastructure for the Center for Business and Education, or CBE, but asked for something in return: that Community Resources become a state-designated community improvement corporation, or CIC, which would turn the private nonprofit into a quasi-government group.

  • School board forum— Candidates address safety, governance

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    The appropriate role of school board members in regard to school administrators was a focus at both school board candidates’ forums this week and last, as villagers heard candidates speak about their reasons for seeking office, and answer questions.

  • Village Council— Hiring manager discussed

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    At its Oct. 21 meeting, Village Council took a first step toward hiring a new Village manager, with a discussion during which Council members reflected on lessons learned from past hiring practices.

  • Bronze event ends in warm glow

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    The first National Bronze Sculpture Symposium will conclude in a dramatic glow Saturday night, as pieces created during the two-week event are finished in a bronze pour at sunset. The outdoor pour will take place at 7 p.m. at the Antioch College Outdoor Foundry, next to the amphitheater.

  • Candidate night draws crowd

    Evan Scott was one of six school board candidates who participated in the first of two election forums sponsored by the James A. McKee Group.

    Candidates running for both Yellow Springs school board and Miami Township trustee spoke and answered questions at last night’s candidates forum, the first of two sponsored by the James A. McKee Group.

  • Clay, straw take center stage at Glen Helen

    Beth Holyoke and Käthi Seidl add the finishing touch to their clay woman that sits outside the Glen Helen Building where their artwork is on display. The ‘Clay!’ exhibit continues through November 3. (Photo by Diane Chiddister)

    Whenever Beth Holyoke begins planning a new exhibit for her artwork, she considers how the work will interact with the larger exhibit space.

  • Returned Schenck guns were legal

    After this summer’s shootout, many villagers asked, why were Paul E. Schenck’s guns returned? Why was a man with several known risk factors allowed to have an arsenal in his home?

  • World comes to EnviroFlight

    While it’s not entirely clear that black soldier flies have more sex when listening to Barry White songs, Glen Courtright isn’t taking any chances. After all, the larvae produced by randy flies provide the foundation of EnviroFlight, Courtright’s local business, and he needs as many baby bugs as he can get.

  • Concert to benefit Senior Center

    Pianist Sam Reich will perform this Sunday, Oct. 6, at 3:30 p.m. at a fund-raiser for the Senior Center.

    Pianist Sam Reich will perform at a fund-raiser for the Senior Center on Sunday, Oct. 6, at 3:30 p.m.

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