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  • Yellow Springs healers embrace holistic approach

    Just as 1960s counterculture icon Timothy Leary famously told fellow hippies to “tune in, turn on, drop out,” a couple of self-described “New Age flower children” local holistic health practitioners have some advice today for health and healing.

  • AU Midwest names new president

    Dr. Karen Schuster Webb has been appointed president of Antioch University Midwest, and will formally assume the presidency on Jan. 1, 2014. (Submitted photo)

    Antioch University leaders have hired Dr. Karen Schuster Webb as the new president of Antioch University Midwest, they announced this week.

  • Miami Valley area seeks commercial drone growth

    Promoters are lauding the Miami Valley as a potential hot spot for development of unmanned aircraft systems, or UAS, for commercial purposes. Shown above is a New Zealand-built Droidworx Airframe SkyJib-8, outfitted with a motion picture camera. (Photo from Droidworx website)

    In mid-August the largest Unmanned Aircraft Systems, or UAS, conference in the world took place in Washington, D.C. Among the more than 600 information booths on UAS research, development and manufacturing, the biggest booth hailed from Ohio ­— and specifically, from the Miami Valley.

  • Life outside the bubbles

    The first annual Yellow Springs Bubble Fest took place at noon last Sunday in downtown Yellow Springs.

  • Sept. 19, 2013 Yellow Springs Bulldog sports round-up

    Yellow Springs High School cross-country runners Olivia Brintlinger-Conn, left, and Christina Brewer prepare to attack the first big hill at the Fairborn Invitational last Wednesday at the Community Park that adjoins Fairborn High School. Brintlinger-Conn and Brewer finished 43rd and 44th overall out of the 122 girls in the varsity race. (Submitted photo by Vince Peters)

    Sept. 19, 2013 Bulldog sports round-up

  • Bristol likely interim leader

    While it’s not yet official, former Village Manager Kent Bristol will likely soon be the Village’s interim manager. He will take over from Manager Laura Curliss, who is leaving the position Sept. 28.

  • Antioch School’s new Younger Group teacher­

    After spending much of the summer preparing for the school year in an empty classroom, new Antioch School teacher Christine Lipari-Althaus is ready for the buzzing joyful energy that her students bring to the space.

  • Antioch University— Good news; new leader

    It’s been a good summer for Antioch University, which has recently received national recognition for fiscal stability along with an opportunity to take a leadership role in a national conference on educational innovation, funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

  • Area Air National Guard pilots fly drones overseas

    You won’t see any Predator drones when you enter the Ohio Air National Guard base at the Springfield-Beckley airport. The sleek white aircraft that stands 7 feet tall, has a wingspan of almost 50 feet and resembles a giant pale insect, won’t be parked on a runway.

  • Why don’t Village managers last?

    When Village Manager Laura Curliss leaves her position at the end of the month, she will have governed for 20 months, including six months as interim manager, the shortest tenure for a full-time manager in Yellow Springs’ 61-year history of village managers.

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