Articles by Megan Bachman :: Page 23

  • Herbalist to speak at library

    Herbalist and iridologist Eric Rodriguez opened a new healing practice in town, the Culpeper House, this month. Rodriguez identifies health issues by a looking at a client’s iris and prepares them specially-forumlated herbal tinctures. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    Local herbalist and iridologist Eric Rodriguez will give a free talk on natural approaches to winter health on Thursday.

  • SPORTS SUNDAY — McKinney boys fall to Miami Valley

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    Both McKinney boys basketball teams lost an early season matchup against Miami Valley.

  • Mills Lawn kids tip hats to 1940s

    The Albert Brown Show, Mills Lawn Elementary School’s biennial all-school musical, will be performed on Friday, Dec. 14, and Saturday, Dec. 15, at 7 p.m. at the Paul Robeson Cultural and Performing Arts Center on the Central State University campus. Saluting are a group of Rosie the Riveters, from left, in the front row, Deena Green, Jenesis Williams and Malaya Booth; back row, Freddie Collins, Charlotte Nieberding, Audrey Thomas, Ellie Lang and Jude Meekin. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    The silly laughs and sensational songs heard on 1940s radio will be re-performed live in the Mills Lawn biennial all-school musical, The Albert Brown Show, featuring some of the era’s comedy routines, music and dance numbers and celebrity knockoffs.

  • Dec. 13, 2012 Bulldog sports round-up

    Guard Bryce White made a move on a Troy Christian defender during the YSHS boys basketball team’s 67–47 loss at home on Friday. The defeat put somewhat of a damper on a week in which the Bulldogs beat Jefferson at its home court for the first time in YSHS history. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    Dec. 13, 2012 Bulldog sports round-up

  • Mills Lawn puts on 1940s radio show

    The canteen girls sing "Corns for My Country" in Mills Lawn's all-school musical, The Albert Brown Show, which opens on Friday. Pictured are, from left, Zoe Williams, Lily Rainey, Maggie Knopp, Ateerys Wagner, Julia Hoff, Anastasia Cooper and Sophia Bottelier. Not pictured are Shaylee Smith and Ashley Shaffer. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    The silly laughs and sensational songs heard on 1940s radio will be re-performed live in the Mills Lawn biennial all-school musical, The Albert Brown Show, which opens Friday.

  • SPORTS SUNDAY — Bulldog fall in home opener

    Roland Newsome went hard to the hoop, drawing a couple of foul shots for his effort. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    The home stands at Yellow Springs High School were packed for the team’s home opener, but the Bulldogs couldn’t pull off a win.

  • Let furniture rise from the ashes

    The coming decimation of the village’s ash tree population by an invasive Asian beetle — a kind of “Arborgeddon” for a tree that represents about one out of every 10 in our canopy — is a dismal story. Many beloved trees — on Mills Lawn, at the Antioch College campus, in the Glen — have already died. Others are showing signs of stress.

  • SPORTS SUNDAY — Girls open season with loss

    Brianna Ayers passed into Paloma Wiggins in the paint during the YSHS girls varsity basketball team's game last week. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    The Yellow Springs High School girls basketball team kicked off its season with a heartbreaking home loss last Monday.

  • Doomed ashes find second life as furniture

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    The coming decimation of the village’s ash tree population by an invasive Asian beetle is a dismal story, but the ashes could have a second life as furniture, cabinets, flooring and artwork.

  • One year later, YSI is set to grow

    In its first year as a division of Xylem, YSI launched Exo, a new line of advanced water quality monitoring sonde systems. Here Rob Ellison, Director of Research and Development at YSI, tests an Exo sonde along Birch Creek in the Glen Helen Nature Preserve. YSI has continued double-digit growth since being acquired last year. (Submitted photo courtesy of Xylem)

    In its first year under new ownership, YSI Incorporated has continued double-digit revenue growth, added local jobs and launched two major new product lines from its Yellow Springs facility.

  • Growing church is just the beginning

    Bill Randolph, the new pastor of the First Baptist Church gave a stirring sermon at Sunday’s worship service. Randolph, who was installed on Nov. 11, is a longtime villager who raised his five children in town. He hopes to grow the church’s dwindling congregation. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    Newly appointed Pastor Bill Randolph’s enthusiasm for the Lord — and reviving the historic local church — is welcome news to its parishioners.

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