Articles by YS News Staff :: Page 6

  • Lynda Triplett Clark

    Lynda Triplett Clark

    Lynda Triplett Clark of Flemingsburg, Ky., passed away Tuesday, June 24, at her residence. She was 61.

  • Martha Gay Lampert Luttrell

    Obituary

    Martha Gay Lampert Luttrell, of Xenia, passed away Wednesday, July 9, at Summit Park Hills Nursing Center. She was 97

  • Rebecca Teilhet

    Rebecca Teilhet

    Rebecca Teilhet, of Yellow Springs, passed away on July 11. She was 42.

  • Village Council Meeting Agenda

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    Monday, July 21, 2014 7 p.m.

  • Public Meetings

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    Village Of Yellow Springs

  • Annual vintage truck show

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    Ertel Publishing’s Vintage Truck Magazine will host its 13th annual Vintage Truck Show which is a great family-friendly event! Featuring colorful and restored trucks from the early 1900s through modern times.

  • Tour the Antioch food forest

    The Antioch College food forest, located on the Antioch Farm, includes locust, plum and pawpaw trees, hazelnut bushes, jostaberries, wild chives and more, including this oregano. Take a tour on July 17. (Photo from antiochcollege.org)

    A tour of the newly planted food forest on the Antioch Farm will be held Thursday, July 17, 7–8 p.m.

  • VIDEO — Yellow Springs Community Foundation celebrates arts and culture

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    This year, the YS Community Foundation celebrates 40 years of contributions to the village’s many nonprofit endeavors. View the third in a series of sound and slide videos produced in conjunction with the 40th anniversary celebration here.

  • Hiker killed in lightning strike

    Obituary

    Rebecca Teilhet, 42, of Yellow Springs was killed Friday by a lightning strike while hiking in Rocky Mountain National Park.

  • … and the pursuit of candy

    The Independent Order of Odd Fellows lodge saved this year’s annual 4th of July celebration, organizing the flag display downtown, the afternoon parade, the evening refreshment stand and the Gaunt Park fireworks display, inherited from the Lions Club last year. The $6,000 fireworks package was supported by local donations and drew crowds to the park and other observation spots around town. (photo by Suzanne Szempruch)

    The Independent Order of Odd Fellows lodge saved this year’s annual 4th of July celebration, organizing the flag display downtown, the afternoon parade, the evening refreshment stand and the Gaunt Park fireworks display, inherited from the Lions Club last year. The $6,000 fireworks package was supported by local donations and drew crowds to the park […]

  • Public Hearing

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    Regarding Appeal Of Solar Array

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