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From The Print Section :: Page 25

  • Wastewater plant honored for safety

    The staff of the Village wastewater treatment plant was honored recently by the Ohio Water Environment Association for nine years without a safety violation or time lost to an accident. Pictured receiving the OWEA George W. Burke Award at Monday’s Council meeting are, from left, Superintendent of Water and Wastewater Joe Bates; Operator I Richard Stockton and Operator II Brad Ault. (Photo by Diane Chiddister)

    There’s a lot that people don’t know about the local wastewater treatment plant. For instance, most don’t know that working there can be dangerous.

  • Opening night for both play and playhouse— ‘Trifles’ is no small debut

    ‘Trifles’ will be the debut performance in Antioch College’s newly-renovated Foundry Theater. The one-time-only performance will commence at 7:30 p.m. in the experimental theater. The play, which was adapted for two actors, features Hannah Craig, left, and Parker Phelan. (Photo by Jenn Wheeler)

    Two students in Geneva Gano’s “Introduction to Drama” literature class at Antioch College will be the first to perform in the recently renovated Foundry Theater this Thursday, Sept. 18. Hannah Craig, a first year, and Parker Phelan, a second year, will perform an adapted version of Susan Glaspell’s “Trifles,” which they have modified to work for a two-actor production.

  • Patricia Allen Davis

    Obituary

    Patricia Allen Davis, 88, of Yellow Springs, died Sept. 20 in Sudbury, Mass., after a hard-fought battle against lung cancer.

  • ‘Last Reel’ premiered at Telluride

    The documentary short ‘The Last Reel,’ by local filmmakers Steve Bognar and Julia Reichert, recently premiered at the Telluride Film Festival. The film chronicles the transition from 35 mm film to a digital process at The Little Art Theatre, and features longime projectionist Andy Holyoke, above. (submitted photo)

    The thought of losing the more than 100-year tradition of celluloid motion picture film is the sad result of the economic advantage of digital film. But the experience of that subtle mechanical change is one that most audiences won’t ever perceive as they continue to go to the movies.

  • Students can bowl this winter

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    Bowling is back. At its meeting Sept. 11, the Yellow Springs School Board approved a proposal to make bowling the newest official sport at Yellow Springs High School.

  • Cemex seeks expansion

    A former Cemex quarry was turned into a city park, Oakes Quarry Park, which one area resident said “looks like a meteorite hit it.” (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    Cemex is determined to expand its limestone mining operation into Xenia Township southwest of Yellow Springs.

  • CBE one of many business parks here

    UAS Center & Test Complex chief executive Dick Honneywell likes the aesthetic of his office at Nextedge Applied Research and Technology Park in Springfield. He chose the location on U.S. 40 as the site of the Ohio/Indiana operation largely because of its fiberoptic capacity and its proximity to airfields in the region. Nextedge is a business park not unlike the one Yellow Springs is considering as the Center for Business and Education. (Photo by Lauren Heaton)

    The city of Springfield’s first research and technology park, Nextedge, is a beautiful integration of modern buildings with marshes, prairie fields and a fiberoptic grid designed to bring new jobs to the Champion City.

  • Case memorial

    Obituary

    A memorial gathering in honor of Barbara and David Case will be held on Sunday, Oct. 5 at 1 p.m. at the Vernet Ecological Center at Glen Helen.

  • Bulldog Sports Round-Up

    Bulldog golfer Liam Weigand shot an even 46 on both halves of Springfield’s Reid North Golf Course during a tournament held on Saturday, Sept. 6. (photo by Lauren Heaton)

    VOLLEYBALL Varsity loses two nailbiters Last Thursday the YSHS girls varsity volleyball team played its best volleyball of the season but couldn’t hold off the perennial powerhouse of Dayton Christian, losing 20–25, 25–23, 13–25, 25–19. According to Coach Chris Linkhart, the Lady Bulldogs put up quite a battle. Modjeska Chavez’s serving (14 points) was one […]

  • Winifred Pozorski

    Obituary

    Former Yellow Springs resident Winifred (Winx) Champney Pozorksi died Sept. 6 at age 81, in Oak Park, Ill. Ms Pozorski’s parents were Marge and Free Champney, both long time residents of Yellow Springs. Free Champney was manager of the Antioch Press and taught at Antioch College. Marge Champney, along with Marge Russell, started swimming instruction […]