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From The Print Section :: Page 42

  • New way to empower, protect

    Johanna Kohout, black belt instructor of To Shin Do, here teaching self-defense classes to Antioch College students, will offer a free self-defense workshop for Yellow Springs High School junior and senior girls from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, Nov. 7, during a teacher in-service day. A shorter self-defense workshop for YSHS sophomore girls is 1 to 4 p.m, Saturday, Nov. 8. Kohout also hopes to offer local To Shin Do classes to adults and children. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    “Knee him in the nuts and poke him in the eye.”
    Self-defense training often begins and ends with that blanket statement.

  • Bryan F. Gabbard

    Brian Gabbard

    Bryan F. Gabbard, of Yellow Springs, and formerly of Centerville, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, Oct. 25.

  • Oct. 30. 2014 Bulldog sports round-up

    The 2014 Yellow Springs High School girls varsity volleyball team ended its season last week with a hard-fought match against Fairlawn in the sectional tournament. Players are, from left, seated, graduating seniors Modjeska Chavez and Mollye Malone; standing, Kasey Linkhart, Meredith Rowe, Madeline Neilsen, Elle Peifer, Julian Roberts, Gracie Wilke, Dede Cheatom and Elizabeth Smith. (Submitted photo by Coach Chris Linkhart)

    Oct. 30. 2014 Bulldog sports round-up

  • Lloyd Kennedy on his 100th— A cheerful guy who gets things done

    Among those celebrating Lloyd Kennedy’s 100th birthday last Sunday at the First Presbyterian Church were, in front, Kennedy, Liam Magnus, Mike Trelawny-Cassity, Anaya Adoff and Zan Magnus; in back, from left, Sven Meister, Jane Meister, Kate Meister and Tyler Linkhart. (photo by Carol Simmons)

    The gathering following the Sunday morning Oct. 19 worship service at First Presbyterian Church was nothing but joyous as more than 100 family, friends and admirers of parishioner Lloyd Kennedy celebrated his 100th birthday at his spiritual home for the past 64 years.

  • Policing forum is tonight

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    Villagers have strong opinions about what they want their police force to be. According to recent anonymous input from Village Human Relations Commission surveys, many residents want police to be out of their patrol cars and visibly engaged with the community.

  • Merit-making

    (photo by Lauren Heaton)

    Yellow Springs High School announced recently that five of its students received National Merit recognition from their performance on the 2013 pre-SAT.

  • Lenders address risk at CBE

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    When Champaign Bank was evaluating the $33 million Water Street mixed-use project in downtown Dayton this year, developers already had 50 percent of the office space pre-leased with solid anchor tenant PNC Bank and two independent studies that showed the apartment space would be fully leased in 13 months.

  • Chief severance approved

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    At their Oct. 20 meeting, Village Council members approved a severance agreement for former Yellow Springs Police Chief Anthony Pettiford, who resigned his position for medical reasons on Sept. 19.

  • Kenneth R. Dillon

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    Kenneth R. Dillon, of Yellow Springs, 85, passed away Friday, Oct. 17, at Dayspring of Miami Valley. He was born Oct. 6, 1929, in Lawrence County, Ohio, at the Handley Place on John’s Creek. He was the son of the late John L. Dillon Sr. and the late E. Nellie (Malone) Dillon. Ken graduated from […]

  • Water draw

    Jon Van Dommelen of the Ohio EPA giving a demonstration at the Yellow Springs wastewater plant on how to troubleshoot nitrification and denitrification with online nitrate and ammonium sensors. (photo by Diane Chiddister)

    About 70 southwestern Ohio water and wastewater treatment plant personnel, along with representatives from the Ohio EPA, attended the fall meeting of the Ohio Water Environment Association last Thursday, co-sponsored by YSI/Xylem and the Yellow Springs wastewater plant.