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From The Print Section :: Page 21

  • Sinking feeling

    The first Bulldog Theater Festival kicks off this weekend with “The Last Lifeboat,” directed by Lorrie Sparrow-Knapp, which tells the story of the man who built, and then survived, the sinking of the Titanic. Shown above at a rehearsal are the principals, from left, top: Raina Kraus, Pete Freeman, Liam Hackett. Below: Keira Hendricks, Delia Hallett, Julia Hoff, and Elyah Naziri. (Photo by Diane Chiddister)

    This weekend and next, the McKinney and YSHS theater departments will present the first Bulldog Theater Festival.

  • Plan ends Yellow Springs High School class ranking

    Characterizing the calculations that determine class rankings as “unfair,” McKinney Middle and Yellow Springs High School Principal Tim Krier laid out a plan at the Thursday, Oct. 12, school board meeting to discontinue the designation of a graduating valedictorian and salutatorian.

  • Irene Beatrice Kraus

    Irene Beatrice Kraus

    Irene Beatrice Kraus, formerly of Yellow Springs and Fairborn, Ohio, passed away in Kirkland, Wash., on Oct. 20, 2017.

  • Kathryn Ann Black

    Kathryn Ann Black

    Kathryn Ann Black passed away surrounded by her loving family in Oakland, Calif. on Sept. 1, 2017.

  • October 26, 2017 Bulldog Sports Round-up

    October 26, 2017 Bulldog Sports Round-up

  • New business for health, wellness

    Leslie Edmunds just moved her business, Clem & Thyme, which focuses on health and wellness, to her father’s farm on East Enon Road. (Photo by Christine Klinger)

    Health advocate Leslie Edmunds is realizing her dream — a dream that comes from a lot of labor. As owner of Clem & Thyme Nutrition/Wellness at 4359 E. Enon Road in Yellow Springs, she now has her own local wellness center with a focus on nutrition and tons of potential.

  • Villagers asked to weigh in — Housing survey launched

    Yellow Springs residents are being asked by Village government to take part in a survey about local housing and housing needs.

  • Citizens speak on school facilities

    Villagers’ questions and concerns about the impact of new school facilities on local affordability and the environment came to the fore at a recent public forum, held Oct. 11 at the Bryan Center.

  • Four mayoral candidates offer varied visions for position

    This is the last in a series of articles featuring candidates for local office on Nov. 7. This article’s focus is the four candidates running for the seat of longtime mayor David Foubert. 

  • Enterprise funds look healthy

    Expected revenues in 2018 for Village enterprise funds — electricity, water, sewer and solid waste — are more robust than they have been in years, according to Village Assistant Manager/Finance Director Melissa Dodd at the Oct. 2 Village Council meeting.

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