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  • James Smartt

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    James Franklin Smartt passed away on Friday, Oct. 18. He was 86. James was born on Dec. 19, 1926, to the late James Floyd Smartt and the late Sylenna Marie Thompson in Big Springs, Tennessee. James, who was referred to as “Tug,” was educated in the Bradley County school system. Upon graduation, he attended Tuskegee […]

  • Hardy Zobel Trolander

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    Hardy Zobel Trolander grew up on the south side of Chicago during prohibition. His father, Elmer, was a chemist and his mother, Freda, was a former office manager. He was born to them relatively late in their lives, as was his little sister, Fay. His earliest memories included Buster Keaton in “The General” and his […]

  • Village Council— Hiring manager discussed

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    At its Oct. 21 meeting, Village Council took a first step toward hiring a new Village manager, with a discussion during which Council members reflected on lessons learned from past hiring practices.

  • Fluoride-free water may lead to decay— Study looks at defluoridation

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    Local children have higher rates of tooth decay than their older peers, who have had access to fluoridated water for a longer period of time, according to the preliminary results of a Greene County Combined Health District surveillance study.

  • New café opens at the Oten

    Matthew Willis and Gregg Pastorelle will open Aleta’s Cafe in the Oten Gallery on Xenia Avenue next spring, with occassional hours until then. Willis and Pastorelle, who have worked in local restaurants and played together in local heavy-metal bands, hope the panini sandwiches, Naan bread pizzas and salads in their music-themed restaurant appeal to a local crowd. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    Good, simple food is the promise of a new restaurant opening here next year.
    Aleta’s Café, in the Oten Gallery, 303 Xenia Ave., will serve hot panini sandwiches, pizzas made with naan bread and elaborate salads for lunch and dinner.

  • Villagers speak at Dayton’s TEDx

    All experts in their particular fields, from left, neuroscientist Mike Weisend, race theorist Judith Ezekiel and Lincoln afficionado Mark Roosevelt, are three Yellow Springs residents among the 30 who will present at TEDx Dayton on Nov. 15. Registration for the knowledge conference closes Thursday, Oct. 31. (Photos by Lauren Heaton except far right by Dennie Eagleson)

    Ever wondered what set Lincoln apart from other war-time presidents? Or how the brain distinguishes a friendly person from a threatening one? Or how about who benefits from the concept of race, which for centuries has succeeded in allowing one people to dominate another?

  • Bronze event ends in warm glow

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    The first National Bronze Sculpture Symposium will conclude in a dramatic glow Saturday night, as pieces created during the two-week event are finished in a bronze pour at sunset. The outdoor pour will take place at 7 p.m. at the Antioch College Outdoor Foundry, next to the amphitheater.

  • Trolander memorial set

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    A memorial celebration for Hardy Trolander will be held Sunday, Nov. 3 at 2 p.m. in the Vernet Ecological Center in Glen Helen. A wine and cheese reception will follow. Those attending are especially welcome to share homegrown, homemade or invented items. RELATED POSTS: Dan Hotaling memorial Glen both source, subject for poets Charges filed […]

  • Jerry L. Knoth

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    Jerry L. Knoth of Yellow Springs passed away Sunday, Oct. 20, at his home. He was 77. Jerry was born Aug. 5, 1936 in Mercer County, Ohio, to the late Henry and Mildred (Jutte) Knoth. On Aug 19, 1961 he married Barbara E. (Witter), who passed away Sept. 8, 2012. Jerry was a veteran of […]

  • Oct. 24, 2013 Bulldog sports round-up

    Hayden Orme takes the ball down the field at the Yellow Springs High School boys soccer game on Saturday. YSHS defeated Miami Valley 6–2 in the second round of the district tournament. The Bulldogs continue tournament play this week. (Photo by Lauren Heaton)

    Walkey qualifies for regionals Yellow Springs High School sophomore Charlotte Walkey aimed to finish in the top 16 at Saturday’s Dayton District Cross-Country Championships. Walkey, who narrowly missed a spot at the regional championship last year as a freshman when she grabbed 17th place, was up against the area’s best and ready for the challenge, […]

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