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  • Activists react to pipeline news

    Last Friday, the Army Corps of Engineers made a decision to halt the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, which gave hope to0 the people demonstrating against the pipeline’s construction. While good news, anti-DAPL activists aren’t celebrating quite yet.

  • Fighting cancer, but not alone

    Kelley Fox was diagnosed with multiple myeloma, a rare form of cancer, in August. The Yellow Springs native retired from the Village in 2014 after 30 years of service, most recently as superintendent of electric and water distribution. He also served as an MTFR firefighter for 17 years. Here, he’s pictured with his wife, Christina, outside Tom’s Market, one of Kelley’s favorite local people-watching spots. (Photo by Audrey Hackett)

    The outpouring of support for Kelly Fox and his family has been extraordinary, the Foxes said. People have offered to cook meals, take the family’s trash cans to the curb and pitch in to keep the family business, Fox Trot Services, up and running.

  • Edwin (Ted) Chase Weatherup

    Edwin "Ted" Chase Weatherup

    Edwin (Ted) Chase Weatherup passed away peacefully on Nov. 21, 2016.

  • Charles R. “Bob” Young

    Charles ‘Bob’ Young

    Charles R. “Bob” Young, of Yellow Springs, passed away peacefully on Saturday, Dec. 3, 2016. He was 84.

  • Kathleen Scott Monaghan

    Kathleen Scott Monaghan

    Kathleen (Kathy) Scott Monaghan passed away on Nov. 21, 2016, at Hospice of Dayton, after a courageous, year-long battle with cancer.

  • Charles Funderburk

    Charles Funderburk

    Charles Funderburk died Nov. 16, 2016, after an extended period of care at Friends Care Community

  • Richard David Miller

    Richard David Miller

    On Sunday, Nov. 27, 2016 Richard David Miller, recently of Yellow Springs, passed away at the Friends Care Center after a brief convalescence.

  • For solstice, poems to light the night

    Ed Davis spends a portion of most days — 300 out of each 365 — in Glen Helen. He carries a small moleskin notebook into the woods. In it, he writes down what he hears.

  • Leagues ahead: bowling team forms

    Lilly Bryan, Jonah Trillana and Kallyn Buckenmeyer tried for strikes at Beaver-Vu lanes last week during one of the YSHS’s bowling team’s practices. Bowling is a new sport at the high school this season, with 14 students on the team. “Bowling is one of the best things anyone can do,” said coach Matt Cole. “I’ve never known anyone who’s had an awful time bowling.” (Photo by Dylan Taylor-Lehman)

    “I personally believe there are many similarities between bowling and life,” said Matt Cole, coach of the Yellow Springs High School’s new bowling team, a winter sport that debuted this season.

  • Village Council— Budget shows lower spending

    At Village Council’s Nov. 21 meeting, Council members unanimously approved the second, and final, reading of the 2017 Village budget, which projects a lower level of spending than in recent years.

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