Articles by Matt Minde :: Page 13

  • Creating families, one Adoption Link at a time

    Ten years ago Naomi Ewald-Orme, left, founded Adoption Link, which now places about 60 children with adoptive families each year. She’s shown with social worker Patti Belliveau in front of the organization’s Dayton Street offices. (Photo by Lauren Heaton)

    A critical part of many a couple’s successful adoption story is the local agency Adoption Link, headed by Naomi Ewald-Orme, who guided the couple through the complex and sometimes challenging adoption process.

  • Kinder Concert

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    The bright t-shirts of the Mills Lawn School Kindergartners were only matched by the shining faces and sparkling songs Wednesday night. Read more and see a slide show.

  • Village lawsuit to soon go to trial

    After two years of discussion and official mediation, the legal dispute between the Village of Yellow Springs and a local property owner over the extension of Village water service to a property on Hyde Road has not been resolved.

  • May 12, 2011 Bulldog Sports round up

    YSHS sophomore Angela Allen finished third in the 100-meter dash in 14.36 and won the discus throw at the Bulldog Invite last Friday, May 6. (Photo by Lauren Heaton)

    April 12, 2011 Bulldog Sports round up

  • First Summer Fun

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    Last Sunday was a high point at High and Whiteman Streets. View the slideshow.

  • Skate park changes considered

    At their April 4 meeting, Village Council members returned to an earlier discussion on the Village skate park, including needed repairs and possible upgrades.

  • Bill Hooper

    William (Bill) Hooper, well-known contractor, former Antioch and Miami Township trustee and local activist, died March 25 at Greene Memorial Hospital in Xenia. He was 91 years old.

  • Many 2010 Village projects

    At the March 7 Village Council meeting, Village Manager Mark Cundiff presented a report on some of the Village’s 2010 significant accomplishments.

  • Robert B. Van Lehn

    Robert “Bob” B. Van Lehn died on March 15. He was 85.

  • Pete Harner

    Paul S. “Pete” Harner died at Greene Memorial Hospital on March 18. He was 93.