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2015
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  • Cindy Raleigh

    Obituary

    Cindy Raleigh, age 59, of Fairborn, passed away on May 5.

  • Maxine Ophelia Jones

    Maxine Ophelia Jones

    Maxine Ophelia (Pritchett) Jones died on Saturday, May 2.

  • Ikuko ‘Iko’ Wright

    Ikuko Wright with kids

    Ikuko “Iko” Wright, née Orimo, passed away peacefully on April 28 in a care facility.

  • Mary Pat Murphy

    Obituary

    Mary Pat Murphy, age 87 of Fairborn, died May 2, 2015, in Dayton.

  • May 7, 2015 Bulldog sports round-up

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    May 7, 2015 Bulldog sports round-up

  • Beverly Price

    Obituary

    Longtime village resident Beverly Price passed away on Tuesday, May 5. She was 86.

  • Antioch School to present ‘Alice’

    In front, from left, Felix Buehrig as Alice is pulled down the rabbit hole by White Rabbit Galen Sieck while, in second row, Sarah Gansz, the Cheshire Cat, grins, March Hare Selah Griffin and Dormouse Lida Boutis look on and Samantha Snyder, also Alice, is greeting Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum, Zay Crawford and Timmy Bold. In back left, Ibi Chappelle, as Mad Hatter, is running late. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    A children’s book that started as an improvised story to entertain a 10-year-old girl on a row boat named Alice is being staged by children of the Antioch School.

  • NPR’s Noah Adams to give AUM commencement address

    Local resident Noah Adams will give the Antioch University Midwest commencement address on Sunday, May 3, at Kuss Auditorium in Springfield. Adams is a long-time National Public Radio host and currently contributes stories about people and places in the Midwest. (Photo by Lauren Heaton)

    NPR Contributing Correspondent and local resident Noah Adams will give the address at the Antioch University Midwest commencement to be held Sunday, May 3, at 2 p.m. at Clark State Community College’s Kuss Auditorium.

  • Family ties

    More than 60 people attended the Yellow Springs Home, Inc. ribbon cutting celebration of the first home constructed as part of the Cemetery Street project, featuring the five person Wyant home buyer family — shown above are Erica and Caleb and their daughter, Rudy.

    More than 60 people attended the Yellow Springs Home, Inc. ribbon cutting celebration of the first home constructed as part of the Cemetery Street project.

  • Village Council— Village climate plan urged

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    While Yellow Springs has taken a good first step by shifting to more renewable energy sources, there is much more Village government could do to help the village become a model in addressing climate change.