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  • Search for new village manager begins

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    At Village Council’s Jan. 21 meeting, Council member Brian Housh presented recommendations for the process and timeline for the upcoming Village manager search.

  • All Greek to me: A peek at Project-Based Learning

    Above, Ischel Heredia, left, dressed as Persephone, and Anastasia Cooper, dressed as one of the Fates, stand in front of the seventh-grade’s Ancient Greece project. (Photo by Matt Minde

    The Yellow Springs Schools presented a peek at Project-Based Learning at Mills Lawn School Friday, Jan. 31.

  • Slippery slope

    Polly and Carl Cordell’s grandson, Cory, visiting from Westerville, took advantage of the warmer weather and went sledding with his dog, Nala, and father, Cary. (Photo by Suzanne Szempruch)

    A heat wave of sorts on Sunday, with a high of 39 degrees, made for a perfect day to enjoy the hill at Gaunt Park. Polly and Carl Cordell’s grandson, Cory, visiting from Westerville, took advantage of the warmer weather and went sledding with his dog, Nala, and father, Cary. See more sledding photos on […]

  • Jan. 30, 2014 Bulldog sports round-up

    Kennedy Harshaw snatched a rebound over a Landmark Christian player during the YSHS girls basketball team’s 54–38 loss at home on Saturday, Jan 18. Harshaw had eight points on the night. Other Lady Bulldogs are, from left, Ashlei’ Kelly, Rachele Orme and Brianna Ayers. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    Jan. 30, 2014 Bulldog sports round-up

  • Larry Campbell retires— Almost five decades in service to YS

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    After nearly 45 years of service to the village — first as a police officer, then as part of the public works department and finally as an emergency dispatcher — Larry Campbell has retired. His last day was Dec. 31.

  • Village Council, Jan. 13— Police to teach safety rules

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    In 2014 the Yellow Springs Police Department will continue to work with Yellow Springs schools, with a focus on “Safety Town,” a safety awareness project aimed at grade schoolers, according to Police Chief Anthony Pettiford at Village Council’s Jan. 13 meeting.

  • CBE project delayed for now

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    In an unexpected development, Village Council on Monday night withdrew an ordinance to fund the CBE infrastructure due to procedural errors.

  • Alice Jean Allen

    Obituary

    Alice Jean (Fink) Allen passed away peacefully in her sleep on Jan. 24 in Xenia, where she had been a resident at Hospitality Homes in recent years. She was 84.

  • MLK Day event at Antioch College­— Panel looks at racism, inequality

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    Columbus resident Kwensi Kambon urged attendees at a Martin Luther King Jr. Day panel session this week at Antioch College to “deputize themselves” and fight against racial inequality and discrimination.

  • Ruth Olivia Gladman Colvin

    Ruth Olivia Gladman Colvin

    Ruth Olivia Gladman Colvin passed away peacefully, and full of life to the very end at her home in Xenia on Jan. 22.

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