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  • To Trump from you, via WYSO

    Jess Mador, WYSO’s new managing editor, is heading the “Dear Mr. President” project. (Submitted photo)

    If you could tell President-elect Donald Trump anything, what would it be?

  • Yellow Springs Schools opt for locked doors

    At its December meeting, the school board agreed to go forward with plans to add a buzzer and camera to the front doors of Mills Lawn Elementary, a decision spurred by recent events in that school.

  • Phyllis Lawson Jackson: Deep roots, and a historian’s eye

    Phyllis Lawson Jackson is the fifth generation of the Lawson family to live in Yellow Springs. Jackson, known as a local historian, is shown beside her grandmother’s lamp and table in her Stafford Street home. (Photo by Diane Chiddister)

    You’d be hard pressed to find someone with deeper Yellow Springs roots than Phylllis Lawson Jackson, the fifth generation of the Lawson family to live in the village.

  • YSHS bowlers mingle with big time

    The YSHS bowling team was one of 52 teams crammed into Beaver-Vu lanes last week as part of tournament hosted by Wright State University’s bowling program. So packed was the tournament that spectators brought stepping stools and homemade periscopes. Coach Matt Cole said that organizers were very happy to introduce a first-year team into the fold. (Photo by Dylan Taylor-Lehman)

    When pulling up to a bowling alley, one does not normally expect to have to park at an ancillary lot a few buildings away or navigate the sardine-tight crowd inside the bowling alley.

  • Third sergeant to be hired by Yellow Springs Police

    The Yellow Springs Police Department will be adding a new sergeant to its ranks, drawn from the officers currently on the force.

  • Antioch College cuts costs, jobs

    For the first time since reopening to students in 2011, Antioch College is reducing its budget, a move college leaders say is necessary to bring expenses in line with revenues that have grown more slowly than expected.

  • Fresh snow, fresh bridge

    The new bridge in Glen Helen spans the old dam area. (Photos by Aaron Zaremsky)

    This week’s snow emphasized the stark angles and clean lines of the new bridge in Glen Helen, spanning the old dam area.

  • December 15, 2016 Bulldog sports round-up

    Yellow Springs Bulldog junior Tony Marineli (10) and sophomore Trey Anderson (44) fight through a phalanx of Emmanuel Christian players in the Bulldog’s game on Dec. 9. While the game ended in an excruciatingly close, 54–53 Bulldog loss, mentally, the players are in great shape, said assistant coach Phil Renfro. They are engaged and eager to learn, and play well together, he said. (Photo by Dylan Taylor-Lehman)

    December 15, 2016 Bulldog sports round-up

  • A taste of winter

    At least three inches of snow fell in the area Tuesday, Dec. 13, causing the first winter havoc.

  • Sweet little houses

    Ru Robertson stood guard beside the house she created, in the foreground, complete with Snoopy on top, which took second prize in the competition. (Photos by Diane Chiddister)

    The magic of sugar and the holiday season converged last Saturday at the Second Annual ­Gingerbread Festival at Mills Lawn gym, sponsored by the Mills Lawn PTO.

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