From The Print Section :: Page 191

  • Bulldog Sports

    Olivia Chen made short work of the first singles match against Cedarville on Monday, April 7, and took the first of four matches Yellow Springs won to seize the day against the Indians.

    Yellow Springs High School’s co-ed tennis team won all three matches last week, flattening Cedarville 5–0 on Wednesday, April 16, beating Waynesville 3–2 the following day, and finally knocking out Northridge 4–1 on Monday, April 21.

  • 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.

  • Gwyneth Ishihara

    Gwyneth B. (Jones) Ishihara of Yellow Springs died Tuesday, April 8. She was 80. She was born Nov. 16, 1927, a daughter of Tudor and Lily Jones in Kobe, Japan.

  • Harold Blackwell

    Harold Blackwell

    Harold Benson-Jerry (Pikey) Blackwell Sr., Yellow Springs, died on Thursday, April 17, in Community Hospital, Springfield, Ohio. He was 81.

  • Banners fly high once again

    2008 Banner Festival

    Just when you think you’ve reached your limit of gray skies and brown grass, a bright spot of color appears in the shape of…a five-foot tall blue bug? a purple horse? a majestic macaw?

  • ‘An evening of mirth and magic’ to benefit Riding Centre

    Internationally known magician David Williamson will perform on Saturday, April 26, at 2 and 7:30 p.m., at the Cedarville Opera House in a benefit for the opera house and the Riding Centre.

    It’s a profound experience to participate one-on-one in the sleight-of-hand act of a professional magician. You watch intently as he manipulates a set of coins, making them disappear and reappear with seamless precision.

  • Planners deny plans for Barr property

    At a well-attended meeting on Monday, April 14, Village Planning Commission voted 2–2 to recommend to Village Council that the Friends Care Community’s preliminary plans for senior apartments not be approved.

  • Glen likely to be preserved

    Negotiations about the fate of Antioch College this year have raised questions about the state of the assets associated with it, including Glen Helen. Questions such as what will happen to the land and the Glen’s education programs and who will ultimately lead the organization are still unclear…

  • University threatens Nonstop

    Antioch University last week threatened to take legal action against individual Antioch College faculty members who are involved in Nonstop Antioch unless the faculty members agree not to teach in a program that includes ‘Antioch’ in its title.

  • Antioch University plans to close Coretta Scott King Center

    Disappointment and hopefulness are the two conflicting feelings Dana Patterson, director of Antioch College’s Coretta Scott King Center for Cultural and Intellectual Freedom, has been carrying with her this year.

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