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From The Print Section :: Page 34

  • Just for kicks

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    Copper Cup, for preschool to kindergarten ages, plays weekly “pick up” games every Saturday at 10:30 a.m.

  • Village Council— Village utility rates may rise

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    A utility rate analysis commissioned by the Village is recommending significant increases in water and sewer rates over the next three to four years, with automatic annual rate increases thereafter.

  • Township shuts down Inn

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    Last week, county and township officials and a group representing the Glen House Inn met for the most recent episode of a years-long property dispute.

  • School Board— School testing waiver not yet met

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    At a meeting in the Mills Lawn auditorium on Wednesday, Sept. 17, Superintendent Mario Basora invited the 30 or so attendees to move to the front rows of seating. He wanted the meeting to be more of a conversation, as the discussion was heavy on issues personal to parents.

  • Conference to offer tools for change

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    Community Solutions turned 75 this year, so it’s fitting that organizers of its annual conference are reaching back as well as looking ahead. This year’s conference, “Climate Crisis Solutions: Tools for Transition,” to be held Sept. 25–27.

  • Bulldog Sports Round-Up — Sept. 24, 2015

    Hundreds of runners compete in a 5K during last week’s Friendship Invitational, held at Cedarville University. Yellow Springs High School’s Kaden Boutis feels the wind in his hair, running with fellow Bulldogs Zach Brintlinger-Conn, left, and Levi Brown. (photo by Dylan Taylor-Lehman)

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  • CR holds on to CBE property

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    Since last fall’s referendum that blocked the public funding of a local business park, the Village hasn’t spoken much about economic development.

  • Village Council— Closing in on police mission

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    At its Sept. 8 meeting, Village Council moved forward on two key items related to local policing: ACE Task Force participation and the crafting of a policing vision statement.

  • A toast to the flavors of Mexico

    Professional restauranteur Tony Avalos poses behind the bar at Doña Margarota’s, a Mexican restaurant that opened last week on Xenia Avenue. The menu is inspired by his grandmother’s cooking, he said, and the decor draws influence from whimsical Mexican folk art. Patrons especially appreciated the giant margaritas. (Photo by Dylan Taylor-Lehman)

    The Facebook trumpets sounded loudly over the weekend as guests updated their statuses and posted pictures in celebration of the long-awaited opening of Doña Margarota’s, a Mexican restaurant at 1535 Xenia Avenue, in the old KFC building.

  • Food or flute?

    Antioch School students Antonio Chaiten, left, and Lucy Dennis participated in a two-day workshop on how to make pennywhistles out of carrots. (photo by Carol Simmons)

    Two “Meet the Wyld Man!” shows take place Wednesday, Oct. 7, at 12:30 and 7 p.m. at the Antioch College Amphitheatre.