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From The Print Section :: Page 140

  • Center Stage play opens Friday— ‘The Crucible’ across eras

    In the upcoming weeks, the Center Stage community theater group will put on its fourth theater production since its revival in 2011.

  • Paul F. Ihrig

    Paul F. Ihrig, aged 99 years and 8 months, died Saturday, March 2, at Friends Care Community.

  • Police views on gun control vary— Many officers for background checks

    On Jan. 28 five young men between the ages of 19 and 23 entered a home on Victoria Avenue in Fairborn to purchase marijuana. During the transaction, one of the visitors threatened the residents with a weapon and attempted to rob them. Instead, the resident pulled out his own gun and shot two of the visitors, injuring one and killing the other, Ta’Vaun Fambrough, a 19-year-old Central State University freshman.

  • John ‘Johnnyk’ Kilbourne

    Johnnyk, 51, passed away quietly on Feb. 25 in Yakima, Wash., surrounded by family and friends, after a short battle with melanoma cancer.

  • Energy group helps Village to conserve

    According to the 2012 annual report from the Yellow Springs Energy Board at Village Council’s Feb. 19 meeting, the Village will, in the next few years, receive the large majority of its electrical power from renewable sources.

  • WYSO’s ReInvention Stories— Dayton resilience, on air and web

    ReInvention Stories, a collaboration between WYSO public radio and local filmmakers Julia Reichert and Steve Bognar, uses video, radio and interactive online media to explore how Dayton is re-charging itself after years of economic collapse.

  • Women’s Voices — Some art in hall, some not

    What is the right balance between promoting free expression and protecting Village government from lawsuits if that expression offends? At their Feb. 19 meeting, Village Council members wrestled with that thorny issue as they determined the best way to display art during the upcoming Women’s Voices Out Loud exhibit.

  • Henry ‘Hank’ Cates

    Henry (Hank) Cates of Yellow Springs died peacefully at home on March 1. He was 71.

  • Laugh, grow with Antioch School

    The Antioch School’s scholarship fund got a big push last year when the school’s main fundraising event featured a comedian to liven things up. And the school aims to do the same thing this year for its annual Antioch School Silent Auction.

  • From cats to cows, answers on air

    For three years now, Brett Ellis has been hosting a call-in radio show on Joe Mullins’ radio station, WBZI. During his 15-minute segment on Thursdays, Brett “the Vet” answers people’s questions and concerns about their domestic animals, be they pets or livestock.