Articles by YS News Staff :: Page 114

  • Kathie Jackson

    Kathie (Trollinger, Duffey) Jackson died Thursday, March 4, at the Greene Oaks Nursing Home in Xenia. She was 58.

  • Marion S. “Marty” Meigs

    Marion S. Meigs, former Yellow Springs resident and retired U.S. Army major, died on Feb. 3 in Chase City, Va. after a battle with cancer. He was 81. Local friends knew Major Meigs as “Marty.”

  • Jaesun Q. Ingles

    Jaesun Q. Ingles, originally from Wilberforce and lately of Riverside, Ill., died on Wednesday, March 10, in Midlothian, Ill. He was 31. Jaesun was born in Dayton on July 29, 1978 and attended Yellow Springs High School, where he played basketball. Jaesun is survived by his mother, Yolanda Little, by his father, Clifton Ingles, and […]

  • Bulldogs present sports awards

    The McKinney and Yellow Springs High School winter sports awards ceremony will take place on Monday, March 22, at 7 p.m. at YSHS. Coaches will honor the middle school and high school girls and boys basketball teams and the swimming team and award athletes with their Metro Buckeye Conference honors as well as recognize players […]

  • A magical red carpet ride

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    Walking down Xenia Avenue in early spring, particularly after such a tough February, is much kinder to the soul than driving through Los Angeles traffic, or walking a red carpet. We’re glad to be home from our Oscar adventure, grateful to our beloved hometown for all the support. We heard the Little Art was packed. Friends and neighbors have been asking what it was like. I’ll do my best to answer that question here.

  • Here comes the sun

    Here comes the sun

    Lauren Sheets danced as Scott Lee of Kettering played and sang outside Brother Bear’s.

  • Rickey Dean Godwin Sr.

    Rickey Dean Godwin Sr. of Yellow Springs, formerly of Troy, died at his home on Thursday, March 4, 2010, surrounded by his family and friends.

  • Don McAllister

    Don Thomas McAllister of Yellow Springs died at Kettering Medical Center on Thursday, March 4, with his wife of 55 years, Patty, at his side. He was 78.

  • Bulldog Sports round-up

    The Yellow Springs boys basketball team proved itself a contender outside the confines of the Metro Buckeye league by beating the sixth seed Springfield Catholic Central 55–53 in the Division IV sectional on Wednesday, March 3. And in an upset 40–37 loss to the fifth seeds, Franklin Monroe, on Friday, that’s where the advance stopped.

  • Jo Ann Molk

    A memorial service will be held on March 13 for Jo Ann Molk, who died in February. The memorial service will begin at 2 p.m. in the Glen Helen Building.

  • David McLellan

    David Stanley McLellan, a retired professor of political science at Miami University and the author of several books about international affairs, died Sunday, Feb. 21, at his home in Yellow Springs. He was 85.

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