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From The Print Section :: Page 13

  • Designing, down to the roots

    Local garden designer Nadia Malarkey recently learned that an ecologically innovative garden she designed in Yellow Springs was a finalist for a prestigious award from the Society of Garden Designers in the UK. The awards ceremony takes place in London this week. Here, Malarkey works among native plants in the lush Birch III garden at the height of blooming season. (Submitted photo by Nadia Mulhall)

    A local garden, planted with native species; an international contest; a part-time resident with coastal ties; a local garden designer with far-flung roots.

  • Jean Putnam

    Jean Putnam

    Jean Putnam passed away Jan. 8, 2016, in Warwick, R.I. She was 94 years of age.

  • Seeing soil with a physicist’s eye

    Villager and Wright State University Professor Allen Hunt recently finished his second book, “Networks on Networks: The Physics of Geobiology and Geochemistry.” The book is a collaboration with Stefano Manzoni of Stockholm University. (Submitted Photo)

    Villager Allen Hunt recently added another significant line to his already 14-page résumé. Hunt, a professor of physics and earth and environmental sciences at Wright State University, is coauthor of a new book called “Networks on Networks: The Physics of Geobiology and Geochemistry,” a text that explores soil formation and vegetation growth.

  • Village Council Jan. 19 meeting— Solar array closer to reality

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    At their Jan. 19 meeting, Village Council members moved closer to adding solar power to the Village electric portfolio by unanimously approving a resolution that authorizes Village Manager Patti Bates and the Energy Board to review and recommend a 1-megawatt solar array proposal for an array to be located on the Glass Farm.

  • Gimme…

    Sophomore James Browning, #24, snagged one of his six rebounds against Dayton Christian on Jan. 29. (photo by Dylan Taylor-Lehman)

    Sophomore James Browning, #24, snagged one of his six rebounds against Dayton Christian on Jan. 29

  • January 28, 2016 From the Print

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    January 28, 2016 From the Print

  • Winifred Shuler

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    Winifred D. Shuler passed away peacefully on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2016, at Hospice of Dayton. She was 96.

  • Printing to make its mark again

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    A village legacy is being given new life by a Dayton company that is, in all senses of the phrase, on the move.
    Dayton Mailing Services, or DMS, which specializes in high-tech mailing and printing services, is poised to purchase 888 Dayton St., a 10-acre commercial property near Antioch University Midwest.

  • From ‘useless’ to ‘use again’

    The Zero Waste group of Yellow Springs presents a free screening of the documentary “Reuse! Because You Can’t Recycle the Planet” followed by a panel discussion this Saturday, Jan. 23, at 2 p.m. in room 219 at the Antioch College Science Building. Shown above are, from left, event organizer Liz Mersky, local artist Anna Burke and organizer Vickie Hennessy, with Burke holding a sculpture she created from discarded plastic spoons. (Photo by Diane Chiddister)

    What grabbed Liz Mersky’s attention were the images of an albatross mistaking plastic for food and dolphins struggling while tangled up in the ever growing floating mass of plastic waste that’s been dumped in the oceans.

  • Bulldog Sports Round-up — Jan. 28, 2016

    YSHS swimmer Madison Kellar dives into the frigid waters of competition on Jan. 23 at the Kenton Ridge Invitational in Dayton. The team’s performance was laden with ranking finishes and no less than 27 personal bests. Kellar had a personal best in the 500 freestyle, swimming almost a third of a mile in 7:39.38. (Submitted Photo)

    Jan. 28, 2016