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  • Barbara Louise Hardman


    Barbara Louise (Hicks) Hardman, beloved mother and grandmother and dear friend, passed away at Friend’s Care Assisted Living on Friday, July 10, 2015.

  • Minor League baseball— Indians cruise into 9–1 lead

    At a late-season Minor League game on Thursday, July 16, Tom’s Market Pirate Jason Knemeyer arrived at first base just before Winds Cafe Indian Ava Schell’s throw was caught by Lucas Dunn. The Indians won the game 7–3. (photo by Lauren Heaton)

    Rain and baseball is never a good combination, and that continues to be the case with the local recreation leagues.

  • Lorena Hyde memorial


    A memorial service for Lorena Hyde, wife of Dr. Carl Hyde, will be held in the manner of Friends (Quakers) at Rockford Chapel on Saturday, Aug. 8, at 3 p.m.

  • Communal breakfast at risk


    “I’m not much into making a big deal about it,” said Lamar Spracklen, owner of the Yellow Springs Country Bed and Breakfast. “It’s not bothering anybody.

  • Margaret Potts


    Margaret Potts passed away peacefully in her home in Yellow Springs on July 18.

  • New faces in local schools


    Five new teachers were introduced to the school board and community at last week’s regular meeting of the Yellow Springs Board of Education. The board approved one-year contracts for the teachers for the upcoming school year.

  • Yellow Springs Village Council plans policing talk


    Village Council members had a tough time at their meeting this week settling on a format for their local policing discussion, scheduled to take place Monday, July 20.

  • Old symbols fly, burn on 4th of July

    As thousands attended last Saturday’s 4th of July fireworks at Gaunt Park, about 30 members of the Greene County Black Lives Matter group burned a Confederate flag in protest of recent church burnings, the Charleston massacre of nine African Americans, and the police shooting last year of John Crawford in the Beavercreek Walmart. Shown above is group member Talis Gage. (Photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    As American flags waved all around town on Saturday, July 4, one Confederate flag, a former symbol of the American South, burned as a reminder of the lack of freedom many black citizens have suffered since the Civil War and before.

  • Out on a high note

    Pictured are teacher Alex Moore, Antonio Chaiten, Sophie Hannes, Sean Adams and Adeline McKay. (photo by Matt Minde)

    Students and teachers alike performed last Friday, July 10, in the Yellow Springs Summer Music Camp orchestra.

  • Few newcomers in fall election races


    With only a month to go before the filing deadline, several incumbents and only two newcomers have shown interest in November’s election for Village Council, Yellow Springs Board of Education and Miami Township Trustees.