Articles by Megan Bachman :: Page 18

  • New basketball coaches aim high

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    Young basketball coaches will lead young basketball teams this winter at Yellow Springs High School, but don’t call it a rebuilding year.

  • Crockett, Eastman Township Trustees

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    Incumbent Mark Crockett and challenger John Eastman were elected as Miami Township Trustees on Tuesday. Both will serve four-year terms, joining Trustee Chris Mucher on the three-person board. Crockett was returned to the seat he has held for the last 12 years. He was the race’s only incumbent as longtime Trustee Lamar Spracklen, whose term […]

  • Recent Antioch student dies

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    The Antioch College campus was a scene of grieving on Sunday evening as students mourned the passing of former Antioch student Meredith Martin, 21, who died on Friday in Vandalia.

  • Exit polls show local concerns

    A robust turnout was reported by election officials on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 5, when villagers and Miami Township residents for the first time voted at Antioch University Midwest. Villagers voted on candidates for Village Council and school board, and village and township voters weighed in on Miami Township trustees. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    Who wins the Village Council, school board and trustee races in the 2013 general election will suggest how the political winds are blowing in Yellow Springs and Miami Township. Harder to parse out will be why any particular candidate won.

  • Antioch College— Accreditation team visits

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    Antioch College could clear a major hurdle on the long road to gaining accreditation if a three-day site visit this week by the regional accreditation agency is successful.

  • Art & Soul kicks off holiday shopping

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    The annual juried art fair Art & Soul returns to kick off the local holiday shopping season from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 16, at Mills Lawn.

  • YSAC reception for Verdon, Dadras­— Two artistic takes on humanity

    Local painters Parviz Dadras, left, and Thomas Verdon share the gallery at the Yellow Springs Arts Council with exhibits that run through Dec. 1. Both longtime Yellow Springers turned to painting full time later in life and explore human nature through portraits. But Verdon, whose art is visible on the right, uses classical painting techniques, while Dadras incorporates symbolism in his works, which can be seen on the left. An opening reception for the exhibits will be from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, Nov. 15, with a talk from Verdon starting at 7 p.m. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    Two local artists are proof that it’s never too late to be what you might have been.

  • YSHS athletes earn conference honors

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    At the end of the fall sports season,Yellow Springs High School student-athletes and coaches were recognized for All Conference Honors.

  • Antioch College physical plant — An ambitious geothermal dig

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    Antioch College will begin construction of its central geothermal system on Friday in what the college sees as a significant step to becoming carbon neutral.

  • Local track coach wins two golds

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    McKinney track and field coach Isabelle Dierauer won two golds as part of a relay at the World Track and Field Championships for Masters in Brazil last week.

  • Fluoride-free water may lead to decay— Study looks at defluoridation

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    Local children have higher rates of tooth decay than their older peers, who have had access to fluoridated water for a longer period of time, according to the preliminary results of a Greene County Combined Health District surveillance study.

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