Articles About Hurricane Ike

  • Village crews commended on recovery job well done

    The Village crews did an outstanding job getting the town’s electric system up and running after last week’s wind storm, Interim Village Manager John Weithofer said at the Village Council meeting on Thursday, Sept. 18.

  • Wind wallops YS; villagers rally in aftermath

    Big winds from Hurricane Ike slammed into Yellow Springs on Sunday, leaving uprooted trees, such as one that landed on the Walnut Street home of Chris and Cindy Mucher.

    Shortly after the lights came on in downtown Yellow Springs Tuesday noon, Mark DeLozier, sitting at the piano that had been dragged from inside the Emporium out to the sidewalk, launched into “On the Sunny Side of the Street.”

  • Feature photo: A mighty wind

    Big winds from Hurricane Ike slammed into Yellow Springs on Sunday. Power was out for about 42 hours downtown. But villagers made the best of a bad situation: local musicians entertained the caffeinated crowd at the Emporium on Tuesday morning. Shown, from left, are Carl Schumacher and Dave Schumacher on guitar and Mark DeLozier and Elizabeth Price at the piano.

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  • Dealing with the storm aftermath

    Due to the unusually high volume of tree damage caused by Sunday’s high winds, the Village of Yellow Springs has expanded its efforts to collect branches and limbs in local neighborhoods.