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Articles by Matt Minde

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  • Yearly grind

    A “cold asphalt planer,” operated by John Morris of Jurgensen Construction, stripped away the top layer of asphalt to prepare the surface for new blacktop. The machines were at once sophisticated high-tech and awesome claw-bearing behemoths. (Photo by Matt Minde)

    Kieth’s Alley got a much-needed resurfacing this week during the village’s annual paving of local streets.

  • For 43 years, living where it’s lively

    Hap and Sonia Cawood moved to Yellow Springs in 1973 when their two daughters were young. They came for the schools, the robust community life and because Hap fell in love with the renovated barn they call home in the center of town. They stay because village life continues to fulfill and sustain them. (Photo by Carol Simmons)

    Albert “Hap” and Sonia Cawood moved into a renovated barn in the heart of Yellow Spring in 1973, and they have made their home there all the years since.

  • Faith Patterson memorial rescheduled

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    The date of the memorial service for Faith L. Patterson has been changed from April 30 to June 18.

  • Renewable energy how-tos

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    The solar array bedecking Paul Sampson’s Yellow Springs home generates up to 70 percent of the energy for his residence and the bed and breakfast he and his wife operate next door.

  • Filling in the frame

    the vanguard of an army that will soon fill in the empty branches, seeming to shrink our streets and alleys back down to summer size

    They’re the vanguard of an army that will soon fill in the empty branches, seeming to shrink our streets and alleys back down to summer size.

  • Planning Commission meeting agenda

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    Mon., Apr. 11, 2016, 7:00 p.m.

  • Tom’s pleases with cheeses

    Le Premiere d'Avril brand aerosol French cheeses will be available with other pre-packaged cheeses after their initial introduction in the deli.

    The feisty, cosmopolitan town of Yellow Springs could view itself extraordinarily fortunate to harbor a store that strives to cater to its demanding, world-wise palate.

  • Tractor-trailer overturn has environmentalists overjoyed

    The year-old wreck of a tractor-trailer that was carrying rare prairie grass seeds provides an unorthodox environment for a fragile ecosystem.

    It’s not often environmentalists can rejoice over a massive spill on an industrial level.

  • Egg scramble

    About 60 children took part in last Saturday’s annual Easter egg hunt at the Gaunt Park hill. It was a perfect spring day as kids sprinted up the hill, searching for goodies in the grass. (Photos by Diane Chiddister)

    About 60 children took part in last Saturday’s annual Easter egg hunt at the Gaunt Park hill, sponsored by the Central Chapel AME Church.

  • Village Council Annual Retreat

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    Thursday, Mar. 24, 2016, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.