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From The Print Section :: Page 6

  • After 41 years, the end of a reel

    Villager Andy Holyoke, left, has retired from the Little Art Theatre after nearly 41 years working at the local cinema. A public celebration of his tenure will be Thursday, June 15, beginning at 7 p.m., at the theater. Little Art Executive Director Jenny Cowperthwaite, right, said she couldn’t let the milestone pass without honoring her longtime friend and co-worker. (Photo by Carol Simmons)

    After nearly 41 years, give or take a few in the middle, Andy Holyoke, aka “Mr. Thursday” by his co-workers, has retired from the Little Art Theatre.

  • Cordelia “Corky” Tucker Wishart

    Cordelia ‘Corky’ Wishart

    Cordelia “Corky” Tucker Wishart passed away peacefully at Paris Community Hospital Sunday morning June 4, 2017 with her son, Steven Wishart, at her side, following a brief illness.

  • John R. ‘Jack’ Lebold

    John R. ‘Jack’ Lebold

    John R. Lebold (Jack,) 80, passed away at his home in Staunton, Va., on June 8, 2017.

  • Village Council— Carlson named police chief

    When Council unanimously passed a resolution that authorized the appointment, a roomful of villagers broke out in applause.

  • Tucki’s back, headlining Dayton Jazz Festival

    Musician Tucki Bailey recently returned to Yellow Springs after 17 years in California. She’s headlining the Dayton Jazz Festival this Sunday, June 11, in Riverscape MetroPark in downtown Dayton. Bailey and her band, Tucki and the Vagabonds, will play at 7 p.m. (submitted photo)

    You’ll have a hard time finding a chair in Tucki Bailey’s living room, and you won’t see any tables or bookshelves.

  • Slugfests in Minor League

    Opening day for the 2017 Minor League season saw a pair of exciting well-played games played in perfect weather on Saturday morning, June 3.

  • Paul B. Miller

    Paul B. Miller, of Yellow Springs, passed away peacefully on Friday, June 2, at Friends Care Center. He was 84.

  • Lady Loom’s classic styles

    Danyel Mershon, owner and clothes buyer at Wildflower Boutique downtown, will celebrate the official opening of her second store, Lady Loom, which she says is “geared to a more elevated style.” (Photo by Carol Simmons)

    There’s no denying that villager Danyel Mershon loves what she does. The owner and clothes buyer at Wildflower Boutique downtown, she recently opened another shop on Xenia Avenue, Lady Loom, where she also selects the apparel and accessories on sale there.

  • Bulldog Sports Round-Up — June 8, 2017

    Senior Julian Roberts and junior James Browning competed at the state track and field championships on June 2 and 3 at The Ohio State University. Browning finished 13th in the high jump, while Roberts finished fourth in the 300 hurdles. (Submitted photo)

    Buoyed on by a strong contingent of fans from Yellow Springs, Julian Roberts ran to a fourth-place finish in the 300 hurdles at the 43rd Girls Ohio High School Division III State Track Championships on June 3, hosted at The Ohio State University.

  • Three candidates for chief offer nuanced differences at forum

    The three candidates for Yellow Springs chief of police, from left, officers David Meister, Timothy Spradlin, and Interaim Chief Brian Carlson, addressed villagers’ questions and concerns about policing and leadership at a forum Tuesday evening, May 30. (Left and right: YS News archive photos; center: Submitted)

    If you were the Yellow Springs police chief, what would you have done differently on New Year’s Eve?

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