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  • Wayfaring the Village of Yellow Springs

    The health and wellness-themed 2013-14 Guide To Yellow Springs is the largest yet, at 72 pages.

    If this week’s edition of the Yellow Springs News seems, well, a little thick in the middle, it’s because enclosed within are whopping 72 pages of anything and everything about Yellow Springs.

  • Musicians rally for one of their own

    When Greg Dewey, on tour with Country Joe and the Fish at the time, first met Carl Schumacher, Carl was eating ice cream out of half a yellow melon, waiting to take a turn on one of the instruments set out before him. He was 10 years old at the time and had come to jam with his three older brothers and their friends.

  • World comes to EnviroFlight

    While it’s not entirely clear that black soldier flies have more sex when listening to Barry White songs, Glen Courtright isn’t taking any chances. After all, the larvae produced by randy flies provide the foundation of EnviroFlight, Courtright’s local business, and he needs as many baby bugs as he can get.

  • School salaries on the rise

    At its meeting on Sept. 12 the Yellow Springs school board approved new contracts for district Superintendent Mario Basora and Treasurer Dawn Weller.

  • EPA cites Morris Bean for discharge

    Morris Bean & Company will soon bid out a project to fill in a sinkhole at its Hyde Road plant after the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency cited the company for releasing industrial wastewater into the sinkhole and potentially contaminating groundwater in the Village’s source water protection area.

  • Glenda Chance

    Glenda J. Chance of Lexington, Ohio passed away on Sept. 27 at her home. She was 51.

  • Alice Wilds

    Alice (Walker) Wilds died peacefully surrounded by friends and family on Thursday, Sept. 26.

  • YSI Inc. immerses kids in water

    Mills Lawn Elementary School fifth and sixth graders took a field trip last week to YSI Inc. (a Xylem brand) to learn about local and global water issues as part of a collaboration with the water-monitoring equipment manufacturer. YSI/Xylem has also purchased water test kits for the school to commemorate World Water Monitoring Day. Here students in Dionne Barclay’s fifth-grade class work together to keep a giant model of the earth afloat, symbolizing the need for everyone to chip in to save the planet. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    On a recent field trip, the Mills Lawn Elementary School fifth and sixth graders spent a day at YSI Inc. (a Xylem brand), learning about local and global water issues, and bounced a giant model of earth to symbolize the need for everyone to chip in to save the planet.

  • Elsie Mae Johnson

    Elsie Mae Johnson

    Elsie Mae Johnson of Cincinnati, formerly of Yellow Springs, passed away Monday, Sept. 30 at Meadowbrook Skilled Nursing Home. She was 83.

  • Willis memorial service

    Celebrate the life of Camille Willis at a memorial service on Sunday, Oct. 13 at 2 p.m.

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