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From The Print Section :: Page 16

  • Emerson King

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    Emerson King, 90, died peacefully at his home on the morning of Wednesday, Jan. 27.

  • The art of growing up in village

    An exhibit of “YS in Color,” the work of YSHS students in the advanced art and AP art classes, opens with a reception at 6 p.m. this Friday, Jan. 22, at Village Artisans. Shown above are, top row left to right: Anna Mullin, Meredith Rowe, Callie Smith, Nicklas Wright, Kyra Siemer, Elesha Harney; Middle: Elisabeth Simon (teacher). Bottom row left to right: Olivia Chick, Holly Weir, Madeline Nielsen. Not pictured are artists Julian Roberts and Gracie Wilke. (Photo by Diane Chiddister)

    While many older teens feel compelled mainly by the prospect of leaving town, a group of Yellow Springs High School artists are working together to express what matters most to them about having grown up in Yellow Springs.

  • DMS close to closing Dayton Street deal

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    One of the final major hurdles for the sale of 888 Dayton St., the former home of the Antioch Company, was cleared last Thursday, Jan. 7.

  • Faith Patterson

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    Faith Patterson, 85, longtime community activist and organizer of the local African American Culture Works, or AACW, died Sunday, Jan. 17.

  • Council seeks input on goals for 2016

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    In Village Council’s two upcoming meetings, Council members will identify their top goals for 2016. To do this, they will first consider which 2015 goals they want to move forward.

  • Bulldog Sports Round-up — Jan. 21, 2015

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    Bulldog Sports Round-up

  • Recalling the joy of Center Stage

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    It was community, and it was theater, and for over 30 years, Center Stage joyfully brought both elements together in downtown Yellow Springs.

  • Nipper guilty of reduced charge

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    Jane Nipper pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of disorderly conduct on Thursday, Jan. 7 at Xenia Municipal Court. Judge Michael Murry ordered Nipper to pay a fine of $150.

  • AUM workshops explore racism

    Stephen Peters, Dr. Wendy Peters and Raymond TeKorako Ruka recently discussed their upcoming workshop series, which is included in Antioch Midwest’s “Victory for Humanity” program. The first workshop, held over two consecutive weeks, will begin on Wednesday, Jan. 20. (Photo by Dylan Taylor-Lehman)

    Antioch University Midwest will host a two-part workshop this month devoted to exploring societal issues of racism and justice, and how those issues are tied to an individual’s perceptions of self and society.

  • A benefit bee for midwives-to-be

    Villagers Ash Dasuqi (with son, Holden) and Pamela Williams will be heading to El Paso, Texas, next month to enroll in Maternidad La Luz, a midwifery school and holistic birthing clinic there. To raise funds for their immersive year of midwifery training, the two women have organized an Adult Spelling Bee, which will be held on Sunday, Jan. 10, at 6 p.m. at the Emporium. (Photo by Audrey Hackett)

    Two friends from Yellow Springs are answering a call to midwifery — and hoping for helping hands to aid the work of their own.