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From The Print Section :: Page 27

  • Arnold Adoff: A shared life and love of literature

    Author and poet Arnold Adoff moved to Yellow Springs in 1969, putting down roots in the hometown of his wife, celebrated children’s book author Virginia Hamilton, who passed away in 2002. Now nearing 82, Adoff is still writing and receiving strong reviews for his work, as well as enjoying life in Yellow Springs near his son, granddaughter and Hamilton’s extended family. (Submitted photo)

    Author and poet Arnold Adoff suggests that a more apt descriptor for the Yellow Springs News’ elders series might be “survivors series.”

  • Different visions for CBE land in Yellow Springs

    Villagers remain divided in their vision for the 35 acres of land on the western edge of Yellow Springs known as the CBE, according to survey results presented at Village Council’s April 17 meeting by members of the Economic Sustainability Commission, or ESC.

  • Bulldog sports round-up — May 4, 2017

    For the first time ever, the YSHS softball team clinched the MBC championship. The team posed exuberantly following a victory against Middletown Christian on Thursday. The victory also capped off an undefeated MBC record of 6–0. Back row: Kelsie Lemons, Lauryn DeWine, Brielle Willis, Kadie Lafferty, Zoe Lafferty, Jorie Sieck, Janine Stover, Victoria Willis. Crouched: Sara Zendlovitz, Janine Stover, Ashlyne Griffis. Ashlyne Griffis. Front row: Cierra Richeson, Hannah Morrison, Danny Horton, Elly Kumbusky, Gracie Price. (submitted photo)

    Sports Round-up — May 4, 2017

  • Film highlights the life of a Zoque shaman

    Antioch media studies professor Charles Fairbanks and co-director Saul Kakwill show their documentary “The Modern Jungle” at the Little Art Theatre on Saturday, April 29. The documentary explores what happens to a Zoque shaman named Don Juan when he finds himself drawn into a pyramid scheme involving the sale of nutritional supplements. The film is partly in the Zoque language, a language from southernmost Mexico. (Submitted photo)

    This weekend, Yellow Springers have the opportunity to see not only a feature-length documentary made by a fellow villager, but a documentary filmed in Zoque, a language that to date has only been featured in three films.

  • Bob Fleissner

    Robert (Bob) Ferdinand Fleissner, of Springfield, son of Otto and Else Mentz Fleissner of Aurora, N.Y., passed away peacefully on the morning of April 25, 2017.

  • Miami Township makes case for fire levy

    From left to right, Miami Township Fire and Rescue Chief Colin Altman and Miami Township trustees Chris Mucher, Mark Crockett and Lamar Spracklen made their case for a new fire station at a public forum last week. The station would be funded by a new levy on the ballot May 2. About 20 citizens attended the forum, weighing in with support as well as concerns about potential noise issues, cost and logistics. (photo by Dylan Taylor-Lehman)

    On May 2, residents of Miami Township will vote on whether or not to pass a levy that would fund a new fire station for the Miami Township Fire Department.

  • TrailFest brings hikers to Yellow Springs

    Two to three hundred hikers from around the state will descend on the village this weekend for the Buckeye TrailFest, an annual event sponsored by the Buckeye Trail Association, or BTA, that is taking place for the first time in Yellow Springs.

  • Adrian Scott Roberts

    Adrian Scott Roberts was born on May 19, 1975, at Lakenheath Air Force Base in England.

  • Celebration fit for a King

    submitted Photo by Odette Chavez-Mayo

    The Coretta Scott King Center held its inaugural Legacy Luncheon on April 26 at the Dayton Racquet Club.

  • Sign wave

    submitted photo by Penny Forman

    About 30 people took part in the Yellow Springs version of the national March for Science, which took place at 10 a.m. last Saturday, April 22, on Earth Day.

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