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  • Richard Bird

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    Richard Wesley Bird of Yellow Springs passed away on Sunday, Dec. 29 at Soin Medical Center in Beavercreek. He was 83. Richard was born Nov. 18, 1930 in Columbus, Ohio to Mildred Moss (Ballard) Bird and Wesley Sanford Bird. His mother was a translator of German scientific articles and a published poet. His father was […]

  • Ruth Caroline Burkholder

    Obituary

    Ruth Caroline (Lovett) Burkholder, mother of Yellow Springs resident Mary Beth Burkholder, died peacefully on Jan. 18 in her hometown of Hudson, Wis. She was 97. Ruth was born in Hudson on the Fourth of July, 1916, to Ruth (Warner) Lovett and Charles “Carl” H. Lovett. At the early age of 15, Ruth graduated with […]

  • Viability of CBE challenged in meeting

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    The current landscape of commercial real estate building and lending was the focal point at an informational forum on public funding for the CBE infrastructure last Thursday night, and several professionals in the field urged Council not to put money into the project.

  • First Council vote OKs CBE funding

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    Village Council moved ahead with the project by voting 3–1 in favor of the first reading of an ordinance that appoves an almost $1 million bond issuance for the CBE.

  • Kelley Fox to leave soon— The man who keeps our lights on retires

    Kelley Fox, head of the electric and water distribution crews, will retire at the end of January after 30 years working for the Village of Yellow Springs. (Photo by Carol Simmons)

    The impending retirement of public works supervisor Kelley Fox at the end of this month has Yellow Springs administrators wondering how to replace the man in charge of keeping our lights on and our water running.

  • Bulldog Sports Round-Up

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    SWIMMING Chick, Ngqakayi break records Last weekend, the Yellow Springs High School swim team participated in the Southwest Ohio High School Swimming and Diving Classic, the largest invitational of its kind in the U.S. The Classic, spread out across eight preliminary sites, is unusual because swimmers compete not only in High School events but also […]

  • Yellow Springs schools plan for fundraising

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    At its meeting on Jan. 9 the Yellow Springs school board heard an update from Superintendent Mario Basora on furthering the goal of financial development for the district.

  • Antioch College farm talks continue

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    When Antioch College asked Village Council last spring to allow a limited number of small and large farm animals on the part of its campus known as “the golf course,” many of the college’s neighbors were surprised and upset they had not been informed of the plans earlier.

  • College, community salutes MLK

    A special screening of the rarely-seen 1970 documentary film, “King: A Filmed Record: Montgomery to Memphis” will be at 1 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 19, at the Little Art Theatre as part of two days of activities commemorating Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The film’s producer and director, Richard Kaplan, an Antioch alumnus, will lead a discussion following the screening. (Submitted photo courtesy of Kino Lorber)

    If you missed the special one-night screening on March 20, 1970, of the epic film “King: A Filmed Record … From Montgomery to Memphis,” in one of the 600 theaters across the country that showed it, then you probably haven’t seen it since.

  • New First Presbyterian Church pastor preaches ‘radical love’

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    Take a closer look at the new pastor at the First Presbyterian Church and you’ll see that the man wearing the clerical collar also wears earrings, long hair, tattoos and combat boots.