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From The Print Section :: Page 29

  • Marilyn (Kelley) Dowdell

    Marilyn (Kelley) Dowdell

    Marilyn (Kelley) Dowdell, of Yellow Springs, passed away peacefully at Miami Valley Hospital on Dec. 31. She was 75.

  • Year in Review 2014: Police in the village

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    YIR: Police

  • Year in Review 2014: Village Council

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    YIR: Village Council

  • Mildred Priser

    Obituary

    Mildred Priser, of Yellow Springs, passed away Dec. 12 at Greene Memorial Hospital after a lengthy illness. She was 65.

  • Ronald ‘The Kid’ White

    Ronald White

    Ronald “The Kid” White, a longtime resident of Yellow Springs, died on Christmas Day, Dec. 25, 2014 at Grandview Hospital. He was 77.

  • Kindness and caring in Yellow Springs, 2014

    In November about 30 Home, Inc. volunteers helped paint the new home of Caleab and Erica Wyant and family. Shown above are Rudy Mae Wyant and her good friend, Lucy Shows-Fife, at the event. (Photo by Lauren Shows)

    For this holiday edition of the News, staffers asked readers to respond to the question, “What acts of kindness and caring have you witnessed in the village during 2014?” I am grateful for the kind acts of love and kindness shown to me from a very cool villager named Nick Cunningham. My family is sort […]

  • Yellow Springs Police Chief candidate finalists respond

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    The two finalists for Yellow Springs police chief met their last rounds of interviews last week, including a public interview with each candidate.

  • Yellow Springs Police Officer Penrod disciplined for event

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    Last week the Village disciplined Yellow Springs Police Sergeant Naomi Penrod for misconduct she displayed during a peace officer call in the village in November.

  • Walmart protest draws Yellow Springs villagers

    John and Maria Booth, left, and Liz Porter, center, with Antioch College students Lauren Gjessing and Rachel Humphreys carrying a banner, were among the many villagers who took part in a “die-in” protesting the police shooting of John Crawford last Saturday at the Beavercreek Walmart. About 200 protesters took part in the event, which caused Walmart to shut down the store for two hours. (Photos by Diane Chiddister)

    Organizers of last Saturday’s protest against the police shooting of John Crawford expected people to show up, just not quite so many.

  • John A. Eastman

    John A. Eastman

    John A. Eastman, 67, collapsed and died in his home on Sunday, Dec. 28.