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  • Antioch College 156th Commencement

    An overflow crowd attended last Saturday’s 156th Antioch College commencement ceremonies at Kelly Hall on the Antioch campus. Pictured are, left, graduate Vanessa Little with her dad, Robert.

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  • Soccer Inc. camps to start in June

    Yellow Springs Soccer Inc. (YSSI) will host summer soccer camps during the week of June 16–20 for kids in Yellow Springs and surrounding areas. This will be the third year for these locally held soccer camps.

  • Sea Dogs to hold stroke clinic in May

    The Sea Dogs will sponsor a competitive swimming stroke clinic from 6–7 p.m., on Monday and Wednesday evenings beginning Monday, May 5, with the last session on Wednesday, June 4. The clinic will be staffed by Sea Dogs coaches, parents, and volunteers.

  • Register for Minor League baseball

    Registration for the 2008 Yellow Springs Minor League Youth Baseball Program will take place on Saturday and Sunday, May 3 and 4, from 1 to 3 p.m. at Gaunt Park. Boys and girls ages 7 to 11 are eligible to participate as long as they won’t turn 12 before July 31.

  • Alumni ball game set

    The Yellow Springs High School baseball team will host its annual alumni game on Monday, May 12, at 6 p.m. at Gaunt Park.

  • Bulldog sports roundup

    The Bulldogs kicked up an exciting week on the diamond last week, taking down Emmanuel Christian 10–3 on Tuesday, April 22, and making a valiant effort the following Thursday at home against league leader Dayton Christian, who beat the ’Dogs 10–1. Saturday’s games at Fairborn were rained out.

  • Richard Praeger

    Richard Praeger

    Richard Quinn Praeger, formerly of New York City, Paris and San Francisco, died on April 22, in Yellow Springs, where he resided since 2006. He was 83.

  • Spring has sprung; the Fling has flung

    Last Friday’s Third Friday Fling in the Springs brought loads of people downtown for shopping, visiting, music and a good time. Above, Tyron Peterson gives a free ride on the carriage owned by B&B Carriage.

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  • It takes a village to raise a ‘Roof’

    The Yellow Springs High School/McKinney School production of Fiddler on the Roof opens this Friday, April 25, at 8 p.m. at the Mills Lawn gym. Pictured are the play’s principal actors, front row from left, Miriam Barcus, Élan Orr, Meg Hild, Elliot Cromer, Adam Zaremsky and Zeb Reichert. Back row from left are Peter Keahey, Lara Donnelly, Max Fleishman, Zane Reichert and Kevin Mayer.

    Randomly select anyone from the extensive list of participants — parents, students, staff, store owners, volunteers and professionals — who contributed to this year’s Yellow Springs High School spring musical, Fiddler On the Roof…

  • New space first step in arts plan

    The Yellow Springs Arts Council found its first home this spring in a one-room perch over Design Sleep at 108 Dayton Street, a space provided by funds from the Yellow Springs Center for the Arts Steering Committee.

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