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From The Print Section :: Page 13

  • Antioch College names new president

    Thomas Manley, current president of the Pacific Northwest College of Art, has been named the new president of Antioch College. (Submitted photo by Matthew Miller)

    Thomas Manley, the current president of the Pacific Northwest College of Art in Portland, has been chosen the new president of Antioch College.

  • Dorothy L. Scott

    (Photo by Axel Bahnsen)

    Dorothy (“Dot”) Loveland Scott was born on Nov. 21, 1917, in Randolph, Vt., and raised in Burlington, Vt. Dorothy died peacefully on Nov. 4, 2015, after a short illness.

  • Brzezinski memorial

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    A memorial service honoring the life of Steve Brzezinski, professor emeritus of Antioch University Midwest, will be held on Saturday, Nov. 14, at noon, in the multipurpose room at Antioch Midwest.

  • 2015 Election Results — Two returned to Township

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    In a close race for the full four-year term as Miami Township trustee, longtime incumbent Chris Mucher reclaimed his seat, just 143 votes ahead of challenger Don Hollister, while Zoe Van Eaton-Meister trailed.

  • Hot mud

    Nicki Strouss fed the fire while Carol Culberston held open the kiln door and Brad Husk passed over the wood. (photo by Suzanne Szempruch)

    Friday evening, Nov. 6, members of John Bryan Community Pottery fired up their wood kiln for the fourth time this year.

  • 2015 Election Results — State Issues mixed

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    Ohio citizens were lit up about this year’s issues on marijuana legalization, and while voters around Ohio and in Greene County both returned a deafening “no” to Issue 3 to legalize the regulated growth and use of marijuana, Yellow Springers felt very differently.

  • 2015 Election Results — Charter passes

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    Yellow Springs voters resoundingly approved the proposed amendments to the Village Charter on Nov. 3, voting 81 percent to 19 percent in favor of the Charter changes.

  • Theater review— YSHS’s production of ‘Macbeth’ slays

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    When I heard that our beloved Yellow Springs high-schoolers and middle-schoolers were taking on the legendary Shakespearean play, “Macbeth,” I was scared for a number of reasons.

  • Arts Council betting on Art Roulette

    Yellow Springs Arts Council launched Art Roulette this week, a campaign to raise $30,000 by matching donors with “creative sparks” to artists who will make those ideas come alive. From left, YSAC board member Timothy Barhorst, gallery coordinator Nancy Mellon and President Jerome Borchers (with art by Sharri Phillips) are among the campaign organizers. (Photo by Audrey Hackett)

    Any gambler will tell you the luck is in the draw. For the Yellow Springs Arts Council, the luck is in the draw, paint, sculpt, compose, cook — any of the host of creative activities in which local artists excel.

  • 2015 Election Results — Turnout; no contest

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    While the unofficial results of the 2015 election did not specify the percentage of voters who participated by press time, the total number of people who voted from Yellow Springs was 1,803, and those from Miami Township numbered 573.