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  • ’14 YSHS award recipients

    This year’s Yellow Springs High School inductees to the National Honor Society are, from left, Edward Johnson, Liam Creighton, Josh Seitz, Rachel Hammond, Alex Kellogg, Anna Knippling, Francesca Brecha, Jennifer Lawson, Izzy Long, Dylan Boczar, David Butcher, Morgan Beard, Claudia Peterson, Mollye Malone, Ian Chick and Ben Ihrig. Not pictured is Kara Edwards. (submitted photo)

    Yellow Springs High School recognized many of its students, especially its seniors, at the annual scholarship awards ceremony on Tuesday, May 20.

  • Paul Webb

    Paul Webb

    Paul Webb, M.D., long-time resident of Yellow Springs and research scientist of international renown, died peacefully in his Yellow Springs home on May 18, at the age of 90.

  • Peace piece

    At last Friday’s exhibition of the school-wide Project Peace Initiative at Mills Lawn School, music teacher Jo Frannye Reichert led third-graders in a conga drum performance, as part of D.R.U.M Code, which stands for “discipline, respect and unity through music.” (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    At last Friday’s exhibition of the school-wide Project Peace Initiative at Mills Lawn School, third-graders performed a conga drum performance, as part of D.R.U.M Code.

  • Teacher opposes nonrenewal

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    The Yellow Springs School Board approved a recommendation at their meeting Thursday, May 8, to nonrenew the contract of McKinney physical education and health teacher Angela Bussey. During the board meeting, Bussey and her attorney Mark Landers held a public hearing to defend her right to maintain her job.

  • John Leo Wells

    John Leo Wells

    John Leo Wells, of Cedarville and Corpus Christi, Texas, died on Wednesday, May 14. He was 91.

  • Ray L. Lodwig

    Obituary

    Ray L. Lodwig passed away in the early morning hours on Saturday, May 17. He was 66.

  • Throwing things at school

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    Local artist Geno Luketic visited Mills Lawn School Thursday, May 15 and demonstrated how to throw pots out of clay on an electric wheel. RELATED POSTS: Pottery shop builds wood-fired kiln 30th annual Art on the Lawn Mills Lawn School band and orchestra concert Artist in residence at Mills Lawn—Students redesign their sign Faces of […]

  • How locals see our economy

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    Local jobs don’t pay enough for people to afford to live here.
    That’s how many villagers summed up the problem with the Yellow Springs economy in a recent online survey.
    A total of 299 residents of Yellow Springs and Miami Township participated in the 20-question survey, which ran from April 25–May 11.

  • Economic development strategies eyed

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    At their May 5 meeting, Village Council members heard a presentation from a Greene County official regarding the county Port Authority, a potential new tool for economic development. “There’s a lot of excitement about what can be done with the Port now that it’s revamped,” Greene County Director of Economic Development Pete Williams said regarding […]

  • Wellness for body, mind, community

    Newly hired Antioch College Wellness Center Director Monica Hasek, left, and Project Lead Dorothy Roosevelt beside the center’s almost-completed pool, in the natatorium that features a wall of windows on the south side, with a patio beyond. The center is scheduled to be completed in late summer or early fall. (Photo by Diane Chiddister)

    Nearing the end of its $8 million, yearlong renovation, the new Antioch College Wellness Center will have an abundance of light. And that light serves many purposes, according to project lead Dorothy Roosevelt.