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  • ‘We’re cookin’ ’ at YSHS/McKinney

    Students returned to McKinney and Yellow Springs High School this week to new teachers and returning teachers in different positions, including from left, Principal Tim Krier, athletic director Steve Rossi, guidance counselor Linda Sikes, math and physics teacher Jeff Collins, guidance and main office secretary Pam Stephens, math teacher and assistant principal Jack Hatert, secretary Julie Lorenzo and study hall aide Paul Comstock. (Photo by Lauren Heaton)

    During Tim Krier’s first year as principal at Yellow Springs High School/McKinney, teachers and staff met in small groups considering how they could serve students better.

  • Sept. 1, 2011 Bulldog sports round-up

    The YSHS varsity volleyball team brought it in for a cheer during the nail-biter first game of the team’s 25–21, 25–17 loss to Cedarville last Saturday. From left are Maya Hardman, Hannah Brown, Coach Lindsay Kerns, Kelsey Fox and Kennedy Harshaw. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    Sept. 1, 2011 Bulldog sports round-up

  • Douglas Abner

    Douglas Monroe Abner died Aug. 21 in Yellow Springs from complications from a brain tumor he had been dealing with since 2009. He was 60.

  • MLS hits the ground running

    New teachers Dan West, left, and Carol Culbertson joined Mills Lawn Principal Matt Housh at the school this week. School starts on Wednesday, Aug. 24. (Photo by Diane Chiddister)

    After the challenges of his first year at a new job, Principal Matt Housh has settled in and feels right at home at Mills Lawn School.

  • New senior center considered

    About 60 villagers came out Thursday, Aug. 11, to consider the best way to respond to the needs of the growing population of local senior citizens.

  • Village shake-up considered

    At the Aug. 15 Village Council meeting, several Council members expressed reluctant support for a proposal from Village Manager Mark Cundiff to reorganize the Village staff to add an assistant manager position.

  • Finding space new school goal

    With a village school district population of 710 students this year, the primary issue is not about the number of students, but having enough space for them in the classroom.

  • Industrial park moves ahead

    Ground for the 35-acre Center for Business and Education industrial park on the western edge of the village may be broken as early as winter or spring 2012.

  • AUM leads health advocacy

    Already a pioneer in its training of advocates who help guide patients and families through the healthcare system, Antioch University Midwest’s Healthcare Consumer Advocacy Certificate Program is now looking to spur new collaborations among healthcare providers in the Miami Valley.

  • Alley event to support women’s rights

    Sarah Jones and Lori Askeland are organizing a pro-choice rally to raise awareness about legislative attacks on women’s reproductive rights. The event, Back in the Alley, takes place at 7 p.m., Friday, Aug. 19, in Kieth’s Alley behind Ohio Silver, 245 Xenia Avenue. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    Legislative attacks on women’s reproductive rights are pushing them “back in the alley,” according to organizers of a local event to protest state and federal efforts to limit abortion.

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