Articles by Megan Bachman :: Page 52

  • Play for the Bulldogs

    Rachele Orme chips onto the green at Locust Hills during matchplay last year (photo by Megan Bachman)

    The fall sports season in Yellow Springs starts soon. Click here for more recreational and high school sports sign-up information.

  • P.O. changes, service same

    Changes have begun at the Yellow Springs Post Office as part of a nationwide effort by the U.S. Postal Service to cut costs by closing some post offices and consolidating functions among others.

  • Jacoby headwaters land preserved

    Dairy farmer Jim Semler and Tecumseh Land Trust associate director Michele Burns celebrated the closing of an easement on the 171-acre Semler farm on Snypp Road, one mile west of Yellow Springs. The farm, which contains the headwaters of the Jacoby Creek, is the first property in the Jacoby Greenbelt preserved with Village funds.

    The Semler farm on Snypp Road, one mile west of Yellow Springs, is one of only four remaining dairy farms in Greene County and contains the spring-fed headwaters of the Jacoby Creek, a source of the Village’s drinking water

  • Center seeks input on new vision

    Yellow Springs Senior Center leaders seek feedback from the community following a presentation of a newly designed vision for the center on Thursday, Aug.11 at 7 p.m. in the center’s great room. Shown above is Director David Scott. (From the Yellow Springs News Archives)

    While riding on the bike path one weekend, out-of-town architect Doug Gallow and his gerontologist wife, Ellen, who specialize in designing senior centers, just happened to pass the Yellow Springs Senior Center and stop in.

  • Rebuilding YSHS football

    Football may return to Yellow Springs High School this year if efforts to organize a team by new Head Coach Clayton Wolfe and new Athletic Director Steve Rossi are successful.

  • VIDEO: The talented tots of Perry League t-ball

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    The Perry League t-ball season closer on Friday showcased the local tot talent. See a video of the action and a gallery of photos.

  • Semler dairy preserved in Jacoby

    Farmers Kingsley, left, and Jim Semler showed off their award-winning holstein, Scarlett. Their farm, which contains the headwaters of the Jacoby creek, was recently preserved from development by the Tecumseh Land Trust. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    The 171-acre Semler farm on Snypp Road is the first land in the Jacoby Creek watershed preserved with Village funds and one of four remaining dairies in Greene County.

  • New faces in local races

    Last weekend Village Council candidate Dan Reyes walked door-to-door in his neighborhood to collect petition signatures and learn what’s important to villagers. While Reyes said he won’t bring an agenda to Council, he hopes to weigh in on growth and development and help the village capitalize on its educators and artists.

  • Township, innkeeper in dispute

    Grinnell Mill Bed & Breakfast proprietor and resident Donna McGovern agreed at a court hearing last week to leave the Mill at the end of the month as a dispute continues between McGovern and the Miami Township Trustees over who should pay the B&B’s property taxes.

  • “Funky spy punk” Show grows

    From left, Jessica Kinzer, Matt Housh and Ryan Henry are The Show, a local indie punk band releasing their debut CD at a concert Saturday, July 30. The show starts at 7 p.m. at the Yellow Springs Arts Council’s Oten Gallery, which is also featuring a collection of Henry’s concert poster art for The Show. They are shown performing at last weekend’s Yellow Springs Experience. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    “The Show will grow,” the slogan of the Yellow Springs-based three-piece indie band The Show, is prophetic. The band, which dabbles in psychedelic and garage rock while never straying far from its British punk roots, is rapidly becoming a local favorite.

  • Join the race for Simply Women

    The participants of the Simply Women's 5k Run/Walk at the start of the race (photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    The Simply Women 5K run and walk for girls will take place on Saturday with a pre-race rally on Friday evening.

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