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From The Print Section :: Page 29

  • Game takes teens to new time, space

    In the role playing game Stars Without Number, players explore alien landscapes and outfit themselves with gear befitting a space adventurer. The game blasts its way into the Yellow Springs Library every second Thursday, from 4 to 5:30 p.m. (earthtime). (“Landfall,” Illustration by David Reddington, from the game)

    Twice a month in a back meeting room of the Yellow Springs Library, students gather to shed their earthbound identities and adopt the personae of psychics and mercenaries.

  • Bulldog sports round-up — Oct. 8, 2015

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    YSPN News Sports Dept. presents: “Inside the Mind of an Athlete: Volleyball edition.”
    The Yellow Springs High School volleyball team’s only game last week was cancelled. However, the Bulldog team did not hesitate to respond to a recent conversation on the disposition of a volleyball player.

  • Postmaster glad to serve in village

    Postmaster Ken Hensley joined the Yellow Springs post office this summer, working alongside longtime local postal clerk Molly Panstingel. (Photo by Lauren Heaton)

    The U.S. Postal Service has instituted a Sunday delivery of Amazon packages, even in Yellow Springs, according to Kenneth Hensley, the new postmaster of the local post office.

  • David Luttrell

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    David Huston Luttrell, age 79, of Xenia, passed away Tuesday morning in Xenia. He was born in Xenia on Nov. 22, 1935, the son of Edwin H. and Martha Gay (Lampert) Luttrell.

  • Cassandra Hill Courtney

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    Cassandra Hill Courtney, 66, of Yellow Springs, passed on Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2015.

  • Eileen Webb

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    Eileen Whalen Webb died peacefully on Sept. 25.

  • New tech finds old graves

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    At a Miami Township Board of Trustees meeting a few weeks ago, Trustee Chris Mucher and Cemetery Sexton/Township Road employee Dan Gochenouer discussed recent events in the Glen Forest Cemetery that caught this writer off guard but are apparently business as usual in the running of an historical cemetery.

  • Oddball theater in the ‘wyld’

    Actors Jonathan Crocker and Douglas Mumaw, best known in this area for their Theatre in the Mudde at the Ohio Renaissance Festival, will perform a lesser known show next week at the Antioch College Amphitheatre. On Wednesday, Oct. 7, they present “Meet the Wyld Man!,” at 12:30 and 7 p.m. with percussionist Jimi Torrey. (Submitted photo by Furball Studios)

    Many villagers have come to know thespians Jonathan Crocker and Douglas Mumaw over the past two decades, either through their temporary residence in town each fall, or by their alter-egos at the Ohio Renaissance Festival in Harveysburg.

  • Homecoming crowns

    Representing the ninth grade class, from right, were True Hall and Elliott Wiggins; the tenth grade class, Ty Arnold and Callie Fleetham; the eleventh grade class, Landon Rhoads and Dani Worsham; and the senior class, Devon Perry and Meredith Rowe. Seniors Eric Carvalho and Molly Hendrickson, left, were named Homecoming king and queen. (Photo by Lauren Heaton)

    The Yellow Springs High School 2015 Homecoming Court was crowned on Thursday, Oct. 1, between the girls and boys soccer games.

  • Village Council— Green light on Glass Farm wetland

    A great egret pauses to display its elegant white plummage in the wetland at Glass Farm. The egret is one of numerous birds and other species of wildlife that have been spotted in the area. Last week, Village Council gave a green light on submitting a Clean Ohio grant application to preserve the area and make it accessible for low-impact recreation. Tecumseh Land Trust will take the lead on the grant. (Submitted Photo by Scott Stolsenberg)

    At a special session on Sept. 21, Village Council gave Manager Patti Bates a green light to submit a grant application to Clean Ohio for the preservation and low-impact recreational use of Glass Farm wetland, a seven to eight acre parcel of land on the Glass Farm property.