From The Print Section :: Page 40

  • Pig Wings take flight this weekend

    For Tomaz and Margaret Williams, ministering and cooking have a lot in common.

  • Village Council— Rehab option for water plant

    Regarding how best to source local water, Village Council may have the option of rehabbing the village’s current water plant.

  • What an opening night at t-ball!

    Oh, what a night! Lily Rainey, 9, Kian Rainey, 4, and Veda Rainey, 2, Amy Boblitt and Brian Rainey’s kids, are there when I show up, ready and raring to go.

  • Trista Mae Lindstrom

    Trista Mae Lindstrom of Yellow Springs passed away unexpectedly Saturday, June 1, at Greene Memorial Hospital. She was 17.

  • YSHS softball maturing as a team

    YSHS girls softball team had a stellar season in 2013. The team won its first game in five years and three Lady Bulldogs led the league in batting. Team members were, from left, front row, Evelyn Greene, Cali Dillon, Modjeska Chavez, Sarah Jako, Hannah Brown; back row, Sierra Lawrence, Maddie Gueth, Chelsea Horton, Brianna Ayers, Mar’ria Miley and Jesi Worsham. (Submitted photo)

    The turnaround for Yellow Springs High School softball could be likened to a late-inning rally in the bottom of the ninth.

  • Village Council—Needed repairs to water lines will add cost

    The Village needs to plan on adding an additional $1.6 million onto the final cost of either purchasing drinking water from Springfield or building a new water plant, consulting engineer John Eastman told Council at its May 20 meeting.

  • A native son, talented, caring, addicted

    While Oliver Simons, the local man who police say is behind a string of nine burglaries in the village this year, is now locked up at the Greene County Jail, back in town friends, family, victims and community members are left dealing with the aftershock of his alleged crimes.

  • Remembered

    About 20 local men and women from the Yellow Springs Odd Fellows lodge placed American flags on the graves of veterans and Odd ­Fellows at the Glen Forest Cemetery last Friday afternoon.

  • Mosquito control takes a village

    For the first time this year, villagers are on the front lines of preventing West Nile virus in Yellow Springs. Specifically, local residents need to start looking for sources of standing water in their yards, in order to help eliminate mosquito breeding in the village.

  • June 6, 2013 Bulldog sports round-up

    June 6, 2013 Bulldog sports round-up

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