Articles by Megan Bachman :: Page 52

  • Antioch students assess their year

    It’s Sunday night on the Antioch College campus and while some students are studying, others are cooking a meal they planned for fellow students. They shared their thoughts on the school year thus far.

  • SPORTS SUNDAY — Bulldogs make a stand against Emmanuel Christian

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    YSHS had the talent to topple Emmanuel Christian this week, but lost 33–26 in a close game.

  • Glimpses into Antioch student life

    The first class of the revived Antioch College. (Submitted photo by Dennie Eagleson)

    All eyes are on the first group of 34 Antioch College students, who received full tuition scholarships in exchange for the risk, and reward, of helping revive the college. See a gallery of images of student life.

  • Two ways to share in the holidays

    Food pantry volunteers Jean Shook, Patti McAllister, Jackie Hammond, Don Rudolf and Don Fulton put away donated items this week at the Yellow Springs Community Food Pantry in the basement of the Methodist Church. Demand for food and household goods at the pantry rises during th holiday season, and so do community donations. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    While it took several hauntings for Ebenezer Scrooge to transform from a stingy miser to a charitable giver, villagers have already embodied the holiday spirit this season with generous donations of food and gifts to two long-time local projects.

  • A new toast to the Little Art

    Little Art Theatre executive director Jenny Cowperthwaite-Ruka, right, and her assistant, Margaret Morgan, held up the wine that will soon be offered at the theater. The nonprofit recently received a license to sell beer and wine and will begin pouring drinks at a special showing of the film Sideways at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 17. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    Imagine settling in for a movie, sipping a glass of red wine with malted milk balls, a chilled white wine with a butter bar, a beer with a tub of popcorn,  or, on special occasions, a signature cocktail.

  • Dec. 15, 2011 Bulldog Sports Round-up

    Bulldogs center Angela Allen ripped the ball from an Emmanuel Christian player and took it for two points during the YSHS girls varsity team’s 33–26 loss this week. Allen notched a double-double the previous week against Bradford, with 13 points and 13 rebounds. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    Dec. 15, 2011 Bulldog Sports Round-up

  • The Spirits of Yellow Springs

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    S and G Artisan Distillery will begin producing its “Spirits of Yellow Springs” schnapps and liquors locally in 2012.

  • SPORTS SUNDAY — McKinney boys match up well with D1 team

    Kaner Butler came away from a scuffle with the ball during the team's 61–36 loss last week. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    In its season opener, the McKinney eighth-grade basketball team looked to get revenge this week against visiting Division I team Carroll. See more photos and sports updates here.

  • One family’s path to the village

    Randi and Joel Levinson, shown with their son, Mortimer, moved to the village from Los Angeles, after discovering Yellow Springs on a visit. Randi is a family therapist and Joel wins online video comedy contests. (Photo by Sehvilla Mann)

    When Joel and Randi Levinson came from Los Angeles for a visit to Yellow Springs, they felt this was just the place for them and their toddler son, Mortimer

  • New store seeks to fill local need

    Village resident Valorie Claggett recently opened her store of vintage and retro furnishings, Modern Salvage, at 138 Dayton Street. Claggett, an architect, designer and historical preservationist, will stock the store with unique and simple modern items from estate sales, garage sales and thrift stores. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    What Valorie Claggett finds at garage sales, estate sales and thrift stores are not high-priced antiques, she says, but rather useful and affordable items for everyday life that happen to have that retro style.

  • Hollister gets environmental post

    Local resident and Yellow Springs native Don Hollister is the new executive director of the Ohio League of Conservation Voters, a Columbus-based bipartisan environmental organization. Hollister will draw on his local political experience as he leads the group in lobbying for environmental policy and electing pro-environmental candidates for state and local offices. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    All politics is local, the saying goes, and it’s also largely unpaid. Local resident and Yellow Springs native Don Hollister has found both to be true in his nearly 40 years in politics.

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