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Yellow Springs lost an additional 7.3 percent of its population in the last decade, continuing a 40-year population plummet.

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  • 110 by 110

    MTFR personnel, Bob Cooper, stood at attention during the event’s opening ceremony. (Submitted photo by Patrick O'Reilly)

    The second annual Yellow Springs 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb at Antioch College was held this past Saturday morning in historic Antioch Hall.

  • Bobbi Barth joins community Physicians


    Bobbi Barth, doctor of osteopathy, is the newest practitioner to join Community Physicians of Yellow Springs.

  • Ira Noah Anes


    Ira Noah Anes, 84, died peacefully at his home on Thursday, Sept. 24, 2015.

  • New tenants to occupy 888 Dayton

    A handful of local businesses moved or plan to move into the mixed-use office and industrial building at 888 Dayton St. this year. The property’s owners, Yellow Springs, LLC, work with tenants to build office and production spaces to their specifications. (Photo by Lauren Heaton)

    Last Thursday, Sept. 17, a steady stream of visitors came through a new entrance recently installed at 888 Dayton St., the former Creative Memories building.

  • Bulldog sports round-up — Oct. 1, 2015


    Sports for Oct. 1, 2015

  • Sunflower fields forever, inspiring

    From left, artists Christine Klinger, Jennifer Rosengarten and Dennie Eagleson captured sunflowers in charcoal at an art sampler class taught by Rosengarten at the Yellow Springs Arts Council (YSAC) last Sunday, Sept. 20. The class drew its inspiration from “The Sunflower Show,” now on display at the YSAC gallery. (Photo by Audrey Hackett)

    Does anyone really need coaxing to wade into a sunflower field? The rows of cheerful faces, all the same at first, like faces in any crowd, call you in, and then you realize that what’s true of snowflakes is also true of sunflowers: no two are alike.

  • Just for kicks


    Copper Cup, for preschool to kindergarten ages, plays weekly “pick up” games every Saturday at 10:30 a.m.

  • Village Council— Village utility rates may rise


    A utility rate analysis commissioned by the Village is recommending significant increases in water and sewer rates over the next three to four years, with automatic annual rate increases thereafter.

  • Township shuts down Inn


    Last week, county and township officials and a group representing the Glen House Inn met for the most recent episode of a years-long property dispute.

  • School Board— School testing waiver not yet met


    At a meeting in the Mills Lawn auditorium on Wednesday, Sept. 17, Superintendent Mario Basora invited the 30 or so attendees to move to the front rows of seating. He wanted the meeting to be more of a conversation, as the discussion was heavy on issues personal to parents.