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  • ‘Artoberfest’ celebrates the arts

    Arts Council board and staff members recently toasted to a successful year, which will be celebrated at their first annual Artoberfest on Saturday, Oct. 16, from 5 to 10 p.m. at the corner of Limestone Street and Xenia Avenue. Beer, wine and food will be available at the seasonal celebration and fundraiser. From the left, front row, are Carole Braun, Kathy Reed and Phyllis Schmidt; in the back row are Lisa Hunt, Nick Gaskins, Joanne Caputo and Anita Brown. (photo by Megan Bachman)

    This year the Yellow Springs Arts Council has a lot to celebrate, as it hired its first staff member, opened a new office and gallery space and organized the successful summer Yellow Springs Experience.

  • The keeper of the water’s source

    Ted Dunevant, the Village water plant operator, is being honored by the American Water Works Association for his 25 years of dedicated service to the Village. He is also responsible for recent Village honors from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention for 50 years of consistent and accurate fluoridation of local water, a task that Dunevant performs each day. He’s shown with Village Water and Wastewater Superintendent Joe Bates.

    Like the air we breathe, the water we drink is of vital importance to our health, yet its origins beyond the tap are somewhat mysterious. Down at the southern end of the village nestled among the foliage on Jacoby Road…

  • New creative cycle for musician

    Longtime local musician Carl Schumacher, who grew up in Yellow Springs, has launched the New Schu band, a new creative endeavor that plays at the Emporium the first Friday of every month. (photo by Sehvilla Mann)

    With a couple of old projects winding up and several new ones budding, local musician Carl Schumacher says he finds himself at the beginning of a “new creative cycle.” Interest is building in his recently-formed band New Schu, a “new configuration” of the previous Carl Schumacher Band.

  • Teacher surprised by national win

    Mills Lawn teacher Ben Trumbull, here with one of his students, Chris Jennings, was surprised last Tuesday, Oct. 5, with $1,000 in free classroom supplies from a local Office Max store. Trumbull, who has taught at Mills Lawn for 15 years, was one of 1,100 teachers nationwide who received the gift. (photo by Megan Bachman)

    Last week Mills Lawn teacher Ben Trumbull was in the middle of a math lesson when Principal Matt Housh and representatives from a local Office Max store walked into his classroom with a surprise — a giant box filled with more than $1,000 in classroom supplies.

  • Nonstop fields candidate forum

    Since it began several years ago, Nonstop members have aimed to fill voids. First, they filled an intellectual void in the village by offering classes after Antioch College closed down. Even after the college revived, Nonstop provided a series of cultural events.

  • Jean Huston memorial

    A memorial service for Jean Huston will be held Saturday, Nov. 13, 2 p.m., at the Glen Helen Building. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be sent to the Yellow Springs Community Foundation or the Glen Helen Association. RELATED POSTS: Dan Hotaling memorial Rededication honors Vernet Dinner fetes soccer Yellow Springs Community Foundation celebrates 40 […]

  • Ruth Bean memorial

    A memorial service for Ruth Bean will be held Saturday, Oct. 23, 1 p.m., at the Glen Helen Building. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be sent to the Yellow Springs Community Foundation for the Yellow Springs Community Children’s Center Endowment. RELATED POSTS: Dan Hotaling memorial Yellow Springs Community Foundation celebrates 40 years cultivating community […]

  • Floyd E. Merritt memorial

    Floyd E. “Catfish” Merritt of Xenia died May 30. He was a member of Yellow Springs Lodge #279, I.O.O.F., and a former Morris Bean employee. Memorial services will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 16, at A House of Prayer in Xenia. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Hospice […]

  • Albert ‘Bud’ Burden

    Albert L. “Bud” Burden, age 75, of Xenia, passed away Monday, Oct. 11, at Hospice of Dayton. He was born March 14, 1935 in Osborn, Ohio. He was preceded in death by his mother and step-father Ruth and Richard Hoag Sr., formerly of Yellow Springs; his father Albert A. Burden, formerly of Dayton; brothers Richard […]

  • Helen Nehez

    Helen L. Nehez died peacefully on Sept. 21 at Friends Care Community surrounded by her loving family. She was 87. Helen was born Dec. 23, 1922, in Clairton, Pa., three months after her parents, the late Steve and Zsofia Sumegi, immigrated to the United States from Hungary on the Laconia II through Ellis Island. She […]

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