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  • Roland Coryell

    Roland Stewart Coryell died peacefully on Dec. 30. He was 78.

  • Creativity reigns at One Acts

    It’s time again for the annual Yellow Springs High School One Act plays.

  • Local businesses try harder when village economy slows

    In the midst of a continuing national recession, business at most downtown merchants remained steady or slightly down in 2010.

  • Yellow Springs school board— Possible budget cuts eyed

    This week, the Yellow Springs school administration will begin drafting a recommendation to make significant cuts to the district’s 2011–12 budget, partially based on input from the schools and community that Superintendent Mario Basora has received over the past several months.

  • Antioch faces myriad challenges

    The revived Antioch College is moving forward toward its goal of welcoming its first class of new students next fall, according to new President Mark Roosevelt at last Saturday’s meeting of the college’s pro tempore board of trustees.

  • James A. Riley

    James A. “Jim” Riley died Tuesday, Jan. 18, following two months of failing health. He was 75.

  • Antioch adds new leaders

    Ron Napal is the new interim director of advancement for Antioch College.

    Along with incoming president Mark Roosevelt, who began his tenure January 1, Antioch College recently announced three other new leaders at the revived college.

  • Irene Jerison

    Irene Landkof Jerison died peacefully at home in Los Angeles, Calif. on Jan. 6. She was 84.

  • Council says no to fluoride

    At their meeting Tuesday, Jan. 18, members of Village Council voted to discontinue the practice of putting fluoride in Yellow Springs water.

  • Boogie down to support CJ’s

    The local band Mack and the Rockets will perform this Friday, Jan. 21, at a “rent party” for CJ’s restaurant, which is having financial problems. The event, which takes place from 6 p.m. until closing at the restaurant, will feature a special Cajun menu. Pictured are, from left, restaurant owners Carl Moore and Jim Zehner and band members, from left, Ed Campbell, L.B. Fred, Ona Harshaw and Mark Crockett. Not pictured are band members Lori Askeland and Allen Knisley. (Photo by Diane Chiddister)

    To keep CJ’s Southern Cookin’ from closing its doors, a local band is reviving the rent party tradition to solicit community support for the financially ailing restaurant.