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From The Print Section :: Page 118

  • Film ‘Escape Fire’ seeks healthcare transformation

    Antioch University Midwest is sponsoring a free documentary, ‘Escape Fire: The Fight to Rescue American Healthcare,’ at the school on Wednesday, Feb. 27 at 6 p.m., with refreshments at 5:30 p.m. Shown above is Kent De Spain, the new chair of the school’s program for healthcare consumer advocacy/patient navigation. (Photo by Diane Chiddister)

    The American health care system is so broken that fixing it requires a major conceptual transformation.

  • Council approves sculpture event

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    At their Feb. 19 meeting, Village Council members unanimously approved moving ahead with a bronze sculpture symposium sponsored by the Yellow Springs Arts Council.

  • Forget Park Place; buy Antioch

    A local version of the 80-year-old fast-dealing property trading game of Monopoly is coming to Yellow Springs. Envisioned as a way to promote the town, its businesses, non-profits and quirky culture, an informal group of merchants and villagers designed a local Monopoly board game over the last few months.

  • Feb. 21, 2013 Bulldog Sports Round-up

    Feb. 21, 2013 Bulldog Sports Round-up

  • Use the Sidedoor for a new cut and style

    Once, after Andrea Rhodes got a really good haircut, she was walking down the street when someone leaned out a car window and yelled, “Great haircut!” Rhodes aims to give that sort of cut to her customers.

  • Maryah Martin signs with Miami University-Middletown

    YSHS student Maryah Martin recently sat down in the school library and signed to play college basketball for Miami University-Middletown.

  • Charlotte Price

    Charlotte Price of Yellow Springs died peacefully in her home on Friday, Feb. 15. She was 69.

  • Chester E. Davis

    Chester E. Davis died Friday, Feb. 8, in Virginia Beach, Va. He was 92.

  • Theodore Butler Roberts

    Theodore Butler Roberts died Feb. 14 in Dayton, with his wife and sons near him. He was 75.

  • Village Council— Council to contract out pool care

    At their Feb. 4 meeting, Village Council members agreed to contract the responsibilities for running the Gaunt Park pool to Dayton Pool Management, or DPM, part of a nationwide pool management company.