Articles by Matt Minde :: Page 6

  • Art casts a hopeful shadow on schools

    A few weeks ago a ghostly new figure appeared on the south side of Mills Lawn, The structure, entitled Triple Shadow Double Frame, was designed to use art to get students to wonder about the world around them.

  • Phyllis Holsapple

    Phyllis J. Holsapple of Mad River Township died Wednesday, Jan. 23, at her home. She was 90.

  • Down time

    Arbor Care crew member Aaron Horn was the lucky one in the bucket Monday morning on W. North College, as the company worked to cut down a diseased ash tree in front of a private home. Arbor Care owner Derek Willis says they took down about 30 ash trees in 2012 and are prepared for the much larger number to come down in the spring. (photo by Suzanne Szempruch)

    Arbor Care crew member Aaron Horn was the lucky one in the bucket Monday morning on W. North College, as the company worked to cut down a diseased ash tree.

  • Civil rights icon comes to life in play

    What most people know about Rosa Parks begins and ends with what happened on a Montgomery, Ala., bus in December 1955, when Parks refused to give up her seat to a white passenger. Few know that Parks was already a civil rights activist, that later in life she worked on the staff of a Michigan […]

  • Board Of Education

    Agenda for Thursday, January 10

  • To new healer, the eyes have it

    Herbalist and iridologist Eric Rodriguez opened a new healing practice in town, the Culpeper House, this month. He will give a free lecture on natural approaches to winter health on Thursday, Dec. 20, at 6 p.m. in the meeting room at the Yellow Springs Public Library. Rodriguez can identify health issues by looking at a client’s iris. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    Some see eyes as windows to the soul, while others, like local iridologist Eric Rodriguez, also see the iris as a window into the body, revealing a person’s health history, unhealthy habits and future illnesses.

  • Moments that make our community

    “Yellow Springs moments,” those times especially rich in community feeling, this year included, from top clockwise, the Davis Street block party in August; Ashlea and Hailey Roe painted “head art” on Susan Gartner; Melissa Heston led the Yellow Springs Pride parade in July; and during last February’s public art performance “The Kiss,” Corinne Totty received kisses from her mother, Tamar Totty, and grandmother, Kipra Heerman. (Photos by susan gartner except bottom, from the News archives by Lauren Heaton)

    For our annual holiday story, the News staff asked villagers to describe a 2012 “Yellow Springs moment,” that is, a time when they felt an especially strong sense of community in the village

  • Yellow Springs Board Of Education

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    Agenda for Thursday, January 9

  • Dec. 6, 2012 Bulldogs sports roundup

    Dec. 6, 2012 Bulldogs sports roundup

  • Little Egypt filled with facts and artifacts

    Mills Lawn School sixth graders presented the fruits of their studies at Egypt night, displaying masks, models and jewelry. (Photos by Matt Minde)

    Mills Lawn School was teeming last Friday with mascaraed, robed and loinclothed sixth graders who presented the fruits of their studies at the annual Egypt night, Thursday, Nov. 15.

  • Rededication honors Vernet

    It’s been a long time coming — and a bit of a mess. But this weekend the public will have the opportunity to see firsthand an investment that was well worth the wait.

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