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From The Print Section :: Page 138

  • A passion for 1950s-era furniture

    When Atomic Fox owner Terry Fox spent weekends with his grandparents as a child, he didn’t expect those experiences to fuel a lifelong interest.

  • New Reiki Gong business — A life path that veered to healing

    Philip Love found in meditation and Eastern spirituality the enlightenment he once sought in a Messiah and a materialistic lifestyle and created his own unique practice that blends Tibetan Reiki healing with the Chinese practice of Qigong.

  • Jack Bittner

    Jack Bittner of Yellow Springs passed away Friday, June 28, at The Hospice of Dayton.

  • Pool re-opens, controversy goes on

    Village Council will decide at its July 1 meeting when to remove the fence around the grassy area where herbicide was over-applied.

  • Another Perry League lovefest

    We got access to the Village’s riding law mower. And, now get this — this is the kind of phenomenal and fantastic thing that happens at t-ball all the time — after spending several hours getting that old relic of a mower to work, Matt spent a couple more hours grating that cement-like ball diamond.

  • Frank Thomas Snively

    Frank Thomas Snively, formerly of Yellow Springs, died at his home in Buena Vista, Colo. on June 21.

  • YSSC to pick a new director

    When one of two final applicants for the directorship of the Yellow Springs Senior Center is named in the next several weeks, she will be at the helm of a vital organization that is growing beyond its original scope.

  • Dewey memorial held

    A memorial for longtime villager Rae Dewey will be held Thursday, July 4, at 2 p.m. in the Glen Helen Building.

  • Building on again at Birch III

    Development of a 40-lot subdivision on the village’s south side, first approved eight years ago, is finally taking off under new ownership and a rebounding housing market.

  • Antioch College begins renovation to theater and gym

    Last week about 100 Antioch College alumni returned to campus to engage in the ongoing work, both creative and backbreaking, of rebuilding their school.