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  • Stephen Williams


    Stephen W. Williams, age 78, of Dayton, passed away Monday, Nov. 9, 2015.

  • Mamie Rhone


    Mamie Ruth Rhone, of Yellow Springs, passed away peacefully on Saturday, Nov. 7, 2015 at Kettering Medical Center. She was 87.

  • “Glen Helen Forever”

    Outgoing Antioch College President Mark Roosevelt also spoke, highlighting the college’s decision to dedicate resources to the Glen’s protection, amid dire financial straits. (photo by Audrey Hackett)

    Community members and staff from Glen Helen, Tecumseh Land Trust, the Trust for Public Land and Antioch College celebrated the permanent preservation of all 1,000 acres of the Glen on Sunday, Nov. 8.

  • 2015 Election Results — Council: MacQueen, Hempfling, Simms


    In a close race among just four candidates for three Village Council seats, Yellow Springs voters returned incumbents Marianne MacQueen and Gerald Simms to office on Nov. 3, and voted in former Council President Judith Hempfling. Hopeful Chrissy Cruz did not win a seat.

  • Ruby Nicholson


    Ruby Evangeline Wells Nicholson died peacefully the evening of Oct. 31, 2015.

  • Fearsome fun!

    Mills Lawn School tutor Kelli Lewis, teacher Kristin McNeely and Title I Tutor Nan Meekin carry their metaphorical building materials, chased by the Big Bad Wolf (aka counselor John Gudgel) along the school’s annual Halloween parade route. Hopefully they learned their lesson. (Photo by Matt Minde)

    Mills Lawn School disgorged fantastical creatures of all types on Friday, the eve before Halloween.

  • Trustees commit to college village


    Yellow Springers voiced excitement last year over the idea of creating a village community on the Antioch College campus.

  • Boys soccer loses good fight

    YSHS senior Kaner Butler held off a Twin Valley South player on the way to the Bulldogs’ win over West Alexandria in the first round of Div. III District tournament play last month. Last week in the district semi-finals, the Bulldogs succumbed to Summit Country Day, ranked first in the state. (photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    A lot of people don’t realize the success we’ve had,” Yellow Springs High School boys soccer coach Ben Van Ausdal said about his team’s recent tournament run. “There were around 260 teams when the tournament started, and we were one of only 32 schools left in the entire state when we finished.”

  • Stories with spirit from the village


    Anywhere there are humans, there are bound to be ghosts, and Yellow Springs is no exception. Readers would be advised not to visit certain parts of John Bryan State Park or a number of buildings on Antioch’s campus, for example, if sensitive to their presence.

  • Pockets of dissent at election forum — Candidates address issues


    Last Thursday’s Candidates’ Night revealed broad agreement and pockets of dissent among local candidates for this year’s two competitive races, Yellow Springs Village Council and Miami Township Board of Trustees.