Articles by Suzanne Szempruch :: Page 2

  • Native plant propagation workshop

    Bottle Brush Grass, native to the area is shown here propagating as a result of the last plant propagation workshop. (submitted photo by Kelly Quigley)

    Antioch College in collaboration with Glen Helen Outdoor Education Center is hosting two native plant propagation workshops.

  • BLOG – Sweet & Sappy

    Inside the "sugar shack" at the Flying Mouse Farm, Lidija Lackovich was just tall enough to view the boiling sap, Ashley Lackovich-Van Gorp had to lift up Darija Lackovich so she could also see.

    Today’s blog showcases the Tecumseh Land Trust sponsored tour at Flying Mouse Farm for their annual tapping of sugar maples.

  • Sweet and sappy

    Shown above are Caleb and Teresa Adkins of Springfield, checking out one of the many maple sap collection buckets at Flying Mouse Farms annual open house. (Photo by Suzanne Szempruch)

    Last Sunday afternoon, Feb. 22, the Tecumseh Land Trust sponsored a tour of Flying Mouse Farm for the annual tapping of the sugar maples.

  • Must renew your residential listing!

    Please let us know if your listing from last year is still correct.

    Don’t get left out of the one thing that gathers all of us together in the same place! Renewing your residential listing is free!

  • BLOG – Dance, dance, dance

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    Today’s blog showcases the One Billion Rising for Justice dance.

  • Tired of white snow? Think RED!

    When you start hearing and reading about the red book, you know spring will be here soon!

    Sick of the snow & tried of seeing white? Ready for the green of spring? Well, think red! As in the red book, the Yellow Springs Community Directory that comes out in the spring! Now is the time to get your free residential listing in.

  • BLOG – Sledding

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    Today’s blog showcases sledding down Gaunt Park’s hill and enjoying the snow ramp!

  • Drop on in

    A huge crowd of people packed Short Street and Xenia Ave. to bring in the New Year. Though the countdown was not exactly audible, the enthusiasm ramped up at midnight. (Photo by Suzanne Szempruch)

    A huge crowd of people packed Short Street and Xenia Ave. to bring in the New Year.

  • Happy New Year!

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    A great crowd of people, mostly local but some not, gathered last night to bring in the New Year. The weather was perfect and the ball dropped on time… or did it? Oh well, Happy 2014!

  • BLOG – Watch for ice

    The 'watch for ice' sign that you see when you walk down the sidewalk to the News office. (photos by Suzanne Szempruch)

    Today’s blog showcases the ice that was produced after this weeks winter weather.