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Articles by Diane Chiddister :: Page 6

  • Three candidates for chief offer nuanced differences at forum

    The three candidates for Yellow Springs chief of police, from left, officers David Meister, Timothy Spradlin, and Interaim Chief Brian Carlson, addressed villagers’ questions and concerns about policing and leadership at a forum Tuesday evening, May 30. (Left and right: YS News archive photos; center: Submitted)

    If you were the Yellow Springs police chief, what would you have done differently on New Year’s Eve?

  • McKinney school teachers honored

    In her 13th year of teaching, McKinney Middle School teacher Kate Lohmeyer feels like a veteran. And she’s clear that this past school year, her second in Yellow Springs, has been the best so far.

  • Carlson named new police chief

    Interim Police Chief Brian Carlson was named the new police chief of Yellow Springs at Village Council’s June 5 meeting.

  • Heads of the class

    Callie Smith drew portraits of her fellow seniors, for her senior project. (photo by Diane Chiddister)

    Callie Smith drew portraits of her fellow seniors, for her senior project.

  • Lots of questions at police chief forum

    More than 60 villagers attended the May 30 public forum during which villagers asked questions of the three candidates for the position of police chief of Yellow Springs.

  • A Japanese aesthetic in Ohayo, 2nd annual in Yellow Springs

    Caitlin Meagher was first attracted to Japan for intellectural reasons, as an interesting place to study because the culture is so different from that of this country.

  • Community Solutions seeks input on land west of Yellow Springs

    On Saturday, May 20, Community Solutions invites the community to become a part of the planning for the future of the Arthur Morgan Institute’s Center for Regenerative Agriculture, which is the group’s newly purchased 128 acres of farmland on the western edge of Yellow Springs.

  • Village Council— RJ Hawley leaves Yellow Springs police

    Four months after the New Year’s Eve Ball Drop incident that an independent investigator described as “volatile and unsafe” due to police actions, the senior officer during the incident, RJ Hawley, is leaving the police department.

  • Yellow Springs activists aim to stop executions

    Derrick Jamison, an exonerated former Ohio death row prisoner, is shown being arrested in January of this year during a protest of the death penalty in front of the U.S. Supreme Court. Jamison will be a speaker this Saturday, May 5, at 5 p.m. at 400 Enon Road, at an event sponsored by Ohioans to Stop Executions. (submitted photo courtesy of Abolitionist Action Committee)

    Derrick Jamison of Middletown was sentenced to death in October, 1985, charged with the murder of a Cincinnati bartender killed during a robbery.

  • Open house for death penalty activists

    An open house for those opposed to the Ohio death penalty will take place this Saturday, May 6, from 5 to 6 p.m. at 400 N. Enon Road northwest of Yellow Springs.

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