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From The Print Section :: Page 38

  • Local men and women Stand Up!

    A group of about 250 demonstrators gathered on Xenia Avenue last week to “repudiate the bigotry and disgraceful behavior” exemplified by Trump’s comments on the “Access Hollywood” video. Among them were, from left, Will Gregor, Teresa Dunphy, Tommaso Gregor, Beth Holyoke and Andy Holyoke. (Photo by Matt Minde)

    Last Wednesday, Xenia Avenue was lined, as it sometimes is, with people holding signs with bold political slogans and rallying for social justice for women.

  • November 10, 2016 Bulldog sports round-up

    November 10, 2016 Bulldog sports round-up

  • School’s out for district janitor

    Yellow Springs school district’s long-time custodian Jerry Upton is retiring after 30 years on the job. His tenure with the school has had him driving buses, doing groundskeeping work and working in long-gone buildings. He has learned in a number of different skills via a number of different positions, and still gets greeted warmly by students who have long ago graduated. (Photo by Dylan Taylor-Lehman)

    About halfway through the school year, the district will say goodbye to one of its senior-most employees, longtime custodian, groundskeeper and bus driver Jerry Upton.

  • November 3, 2016 Bulldog sports round-up

    The Yellow Springs Bulldogs pose with their hard-earned district championship trophy, which they earned last week after beating conference rivals Dayton Christian 1–0. “Our boys wanted it more than them,” said coach Ben Van Ausdal. “They feel like they could beat anybody right now.”The team unlocked the next level of tournament play, and will be fighting tooth and nail this week for victory at the regional semi-finals. (Submitted photo)

    November 3, 2016 Bulldog sports round-up

  • WSU to sell land to Township

    On Wednesday, Oct. 26, the Wright State University Board of Trustees approved the sale of land on Xenia Avenue in Yellow Springs, a portion of the site of the former WSU medical clinic, to the Miami Township Trustees.

  • Moved by music

    A dance performance titled “How Music Moves Our Soul” Pictured at a recent rehearsal are, from left, Valerie Blackwell-Truitt, Sasha Mworinski, Elizabeth Lutz Warren and Myra Valez-Malishenko. The Fall Performance Arts Concert also features a range of local and regional dancers, musicians, poets and theater and visual artists in a wide-ranging celebration of area talent. (Submitted photo)

    A dance performance will be among the offerings of Bej Na Productions’ Fall Performance Arts Concert this Friday and Saturday, Nov. 4 and 5, at 7:30 p.m. at Antioch College Foundry Theater.

  • Public records, by request

    Village employees Kathy Gudgel, left, and Judy Kintner are primarily responsible for providing public access to Village government records through the Clerk of Council’s office. A recent influx of public records requests has kept things hopping. Here, they are pictured with boxes of retired records in a staff supply closet — the “seamy underbelly” of the records office, Clerk Kintner said. (Photo by Audrey Hackett)

    Several recent public records requests have picked up the pace at the Clerk of Council’s office, which is responsible for maintaining Village records and fulfilling requests from the public for access to them.

  • Cemetery Street project finished— New families make village home

    Two young families are moving to Yellow Springs, thanks to local land trust nonprofit Home, Inc. The Hange and Schaade families will complete the four-unit neighborhood on Cemetery Street, a collaboration between Home, Inc. and the Village of Yellow Springs. Pictured are Patrick and Brandy Hange, pregnant with Nico June, now 5 months, and Nolan, now 3, in front of their new home during an earlier phase of construction. Also pictured in a family photo are Matthew and Elizabeth Schaade with children Rowyn, 4; Gavin, 6; Marley, 3; and Vaeda, 1. An open house for the two families and their new homes will be held Friday, Oct. 28, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m., at 134 and 136 Cemetery St. (Submitted Photos courtesy of Home, Inc.)

    Looking online, both families discovered Home, Inc., the local land trust nonprofit, and wondered if Home, Inc. could help them.

  • Mills Lawn March Madness

    Critters just kept streaming out of the maw of Mills Lawn School. Bringing up the rear, from left, are Miette Murphy, Eloise Murphy, and Anah Smith watch as wizard Liliana Herzog gestures wildly with her wand, hopefully not transforming co-marcher Alayna Hamilton at her right. (Photo by Matt Minde)

    Mills Lawn School’s annual Halloween Parade through downtown Monday brought out the beauty as well as the beast in everyone.

  • Village Council — What about the beavers?

    Members of Council, the Yellow Springs Tree Committee and local environmentalists considered that question at Council’s Oct. 17 meeting, following a report by Village Manager Patti Bates that beavers, previously believed to have taken up residence only at the Glass Farm wetlands, are now making a home, and a dam, at Ellis Park.

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