Apr
30
2016
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Yellow Springs News Blogs Section

  • The Rumpke Landfill and Recycling Center: a YS News pictorial

    Recycling Center intake

    An article published in this week’s paper discusses a recent tour of the Rumpke landfill and recycling center organized by Vickie Hennessy and Zero Waste Yellow Springs. Words cannot do the facilities justice.

  • BLOG-Transformation

    The hotel gets a fresh coat of white paint

    On the eve of its opening, we look back over the years at the construction of the Mills Park Hotel.

  • BLOG-Encore une fois

    final prep

    The perfect time to go to Paris is Spring.

  • BLOG – MTFR has a futuristic new stretcher

    Power-Cot

    Fortunately for the backs of the MTFR crew, the department recently got a new cot that will take some of the strain of lifting stretchers for them. Their new cot is a brand new power cot, a cot with a hydraulic lift system capable of hoisting 700 pounds.

  • BLOG-Into the Fold

    Ohayo Ohio Project at the Yellow Springs Community Library

    The Yellow Springs Library Association hosts fine traditions in the art of hospitality.

  • BLOG— Noticing 101

    No fence can keep this color in. Forsythia bloomed in its paddock on Union Street this weekend. (Photo by Audrey Hackett)

    My favorite glimpse was a blaze of forsythia growing up between two dark-clad Norway spruces. The spruces have always reminded me of a certain kind of minister or undertaker, while the yolky yellow interlude was like a kid’s laughter in a stern church.

  • BLOG-Intermingle Winter Spring

    class field trip

    Strange forces converge on the village in the first days of Spring and the last dregs of Winter.

  • BLOG – The history of Greene County is still interesting

    Map_of_Greene_County_Ohio_With_Municipal_and_Township_Labels

    Greene County’s first Women’s Christian Temperance Union was formed in 1874 and reportedly closed down thirteen saloons in three weeks, and the first piano in Ohio, and “certainly the first west of the Alleghenies,” was made by a resident of Greene County.

  • BLOG-Dance Every Day

    dance of the sugar plum fairy

    Find the light and your indelible center. Turn, and turn on.

  • BLOG – The History of Miami Township is Pretty Interesting

    Map_of_Greene_County_Ohio_With_Municipal_and_Township_Labels

    Miami Township boasted 96 tax-paying citizens when it was founded in 1808, and slowly grew from there. Of course, humans being humans, Miami Township’s first murder was committed shortly thereafter, but the township also boasted a few noteworthy buildings.