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From The Print Section :: Page 18

  • MLS kids take a crack at the code

    From left, Jack Hutchings, Maddox Fry, Era Creepingbear and Alayna Hamilton were among the Mills Lawn students who took part in Hour of Code last week, an international movement designed to introduce children of all ages to computer science and coding. Megan Bennett’s third-grade class was already ahead of the curve, having completed a project-based learning, or PBL, project called “Coding Cadets” this fall. The third graders took their coding knowledge to their older and younger peers, coaching each Mills Lawn class in the basics of creating with code. (Photo by Audrey Hackett)

    Megan Bennett’s third-grade class at Mills Lawn learned how to make things from scratch this fall, and now they’re teaching their older and younger peers.

  • FMC concert features Seitz, Bakari

    The annual holiday season fundraising concert by Friends Music Camp staffers and campers takes place on Monday, Dec. 28, at 7:30 p.m. at the Foundry Theater on the Antioch College campus. Shown above, Yellow Springs native, FMC staff member and Juilliard graduate Martin Bakari performed with fellow staff members Francis Yun, piano, and Lisa Liske-Doorandish, cello, at last year’s event. (YS News archive photo by Matt Minde)

    Friends Music Camp has become something of a Yellow Springs institution, though the month-long residential experience doesn’t actually take place here.

  • Gary Anthony Benning

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    Gary Anthony Benning passed away unexpectedly on Nov. 8 in Los Angeles, Calif., his home for many years. He was 63.

  • New doctor joins family practice

    Courtney Stroble, M.D., joined Community Physicians of Yellow Springs last week. Stroble was trained in family medicine, but spent several years working in acute care settings before deciding to return to family practice. She joins David Hyde, M.D., and Bobbi Barth, D.O., and replaces outgoing physician Neha Patel, D.O.. She and her family live just south of Yellow Springs. (photo by Audrey Hackett)

    Courtney Stroble, M.D., always knew she wanted to be a doctor. But it took a few years of practicing acute care to discover that her deeper calling was family medicine.

  • Eileen Monaghan

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    Eileen Monaghan, a resident of Friends Care Community, died peacefully in her sleep on Thursday, Dec. 10, 2015, just five weeks short of her 95th birthday.

  • Bulldog Sport Round-up — Dec. 24, 2015

    YSHS JV Bulldog #15 Tyrese Benning went airborne to take a shot against the Bethel Bees last Saturday. The JV, Varsity and Lady Bulldogs played consecutive games against the Bees at home on Dec. 19. (Photo by Dylan Taylor-Lehman)

    YSHS was the site of a rare triple-header on Saturday, Dec. 19, when the JV, the Lady Bulldogs and the boys basketball teams consecutively played the Bethel Bees.

  • New law’s effect on testing unclear

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    At the Yellow Springs Board of Education meeting on Dec. 10, Yellow Springs Superintendent Mario Basora reported that, as of moments before the meeting, the Every Student Succeeds Act was signed into law by President Obama, replacing the contentious No Child Left Behind Act passed in 2001.

  • Seeking a simpler life in village

    Rajan Kose at one of his favorite spots in the village, the Yellow Springs Public Library, which he refers to as the local “crown jewel.” Kose moved to Yellow Springs two-and-a-half years ago, drawn by a lifelong friendship and the sense of peace and community he encountered here. (photo by Audrey Hackett)

    All roads into Yellow Springs are just two lanes wide, and new resident Rajan Kose likes them that way.

  • Manager lists 2016 priorities for Village

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    At last Monday’s Village Council meeting, Council members highly praised Manager Patti Bates after her first 18 months on the job.

  • Ruth F. Holyoke

    Ruth rides through Yellow Springs in 2013, on a tricycle modified and pedaled by her husband, Tom.

    Ruth F. Holyoke died Dec. 8 at the age of 94 in Yellow Springs.