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Articles About APRIL FOOLS! :: Page 3

  • Villager, Tupperware reunited

    Villager Sahara Nosefeather and her favorite piece of Tupperware were recently reunited after the plastic box went missing 25 years ago at a local potluck.

    Villager Sahara Nosefeather and her long lost favorite piece of Tupperware were re-united recently at a potluck, 25 years after the rectangular plastic box had gone missing.

  • ‘More pagan rituals in pine forest,’ local faeries demand

    In what area sprites decried as a “super insulting to the elemental realm,” a recent dry spell of pagan ceremonies in the Glen Helen Nature Preserve pine forest has prompted local faeries to lambast Yellow Springs’ earth-based spiritual community.

  • Three time’s a charm— Antioch celebrates with new tower

    Even with all the construction going on these days at the Antioch College campus, it would be difficult to miss the addition of a third tower over the south wing of Main Building.

  • Village art gallery mounts display of ordinances

    Really, now! April Fools!—the News team

  • Be a good spork: from filling station to fabulous

    Jewelry lovers, rejoice! When it comes to personal adornment, there are some new wares in town.

  • New resident confused by reference to ‘Weaver’s’

    Really, now! April Fools! —The News team  

  • Six degrees of separation down to 1.5 in village

    Really, now! April Fools! —the News team

  • Health concerns lead to ‘No Visioning’

    Excessive visioning may be harmful to your health, according to the Greene County Combined Health District and consequently villagers are being ordered to take part in an upcoming “No Visioning” week.

  • “Mobile” edition old news

    In response to the demands of a changing demographic of younger readers used to getting their news on the fly, the Yellow Springs News pointed out Thursday that its product has been “mobile,” since 1880.

  • Knitters’ art shredded to bits

    Thinking it was overgrown grass gone wild, school groundskeeper Craggy Conman threw his John Deere into high gear over the weekend and sheared the front lawn at Mills Lawn School down to an inch high. Luckily, he was only halfway done when he realized he had just shredded the artwork of Javabrite girls Nancine Lemon and Corrie Barakinanigloo, who have spent the past six months under a tarp knitting each of the lawn’s nearly 83 million blades of grass by hand.

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