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From The Print Section :: Page 70

  • Leon Holster

    On Monday, Sept. 19, Leon Holster passed away at Friends Care Center.

  • Face the public

    About 85 villagers and Antioch College faculty and staff turned out to “meet Tom” last Wednesday, Sept. 21, at the Herndon Gallery, where the exhibit “Image: The Public Face” is currently on view. Antioch President Tom Manley, who began at the college in March, chatted with many individual villagers during the event. Here, he spoke about college-community collaboration with the Rev. Aaron Saari, of First Presbyterian Church, and Village Manager Patti Bates. (Photo by Audrey Hackett)

    About 85 villagers and Antioch College faculty and staff turned out to “meet Tom” Manley last Wednesday, Sept. 21, at the Herndon Gallery, where the exhibit “Image: The Public Face” is currently on view.

  • Village schools— New report card in context

    The state issued its 2015–16 district report card two weeks ago, and it received sound condemnation from Yellow Springs district Superintendent Mario Basora at the Yellow Springs Board of Education meeting on Sept. 8.

  • Village Council— Slowing down on CBE land

    Village Council at its Sept. 19 meeting signaled a new willingness to slow down plans for extending basic infrastructure to the entrance of the 35-acre parcel of land known as the Center for Business and Education, or CBE.

  • Wheel good time

    More than 30 riders took off under blue skies and a hot sun last Sunday for the Antioch School’s annual “Anything on Wheels” fundraiser. Riders — including Antioch school student Lucy Dennis (on unicyle), Older Group teacher Sally Dennis and students Elijah Moon and Ayla Current — pedaled down the Little Miami Scenic Trail for all or part of a 15-mile round-trip route to the northern edge of Xenia. (Photo by Audrey Hackett)

    More than 30 riders took off under blue skies and a hot sun last Sunday for the Antioch School’s annual “Anything on Wheels” fundraiser.

  • September 29, 2016 Bulldog sports round-up

    Yellow Springs Bulldog Madison Keller, #29, moves the ball, with teammates Reese Elam, #13, and Janine Stover, #12, at the ready. The girls soccer game was one of four athletic events hosted at YSHS last week, and was punctuated with mandatory water breaks due to the impressive late summer temperatures. While the Bulldogs put up a valiant fight, they were conquered by the Trojans, 7–1. (Photo By Dylan Taylor-Lehman)

    September 29, 2016 Bulldog sports round-up

  • ‘Housh to House’ in homestretch

    Villager Brian Housh is running as a Democrat for the 73rd district state representative seat against incumbent Rick Perales, a Republican. His campaign slogan is “Housh to House,” and his Pleasant Street home serves as his campaign headquarters. Housh’s platform emphasizes bipartisanship and focuses on issues of education, economic development and socially responsible fiscal practices. (Photo by Audrey Hackett)

    Brian Housh’s Pleasant Street home is his campaign headquarters, specifically his dining room, which on recent Friday featured a “Housh to House” tablecloth, plus stacks of postcards, door hangers, posters and brochures.

  • Conference to shed light on aging

    “People want to be who they want to be,” said Karen Wolford, executive director of the Yellow Springs Senior Center.

  • Officer drops charges— Village settles with Watson

    At Village Council’s Sept. 6 meeting, Council approved a settlement between the Village and Sergeant Naomi (Penrod) Watson, following a charge filed by Watson last spring with the Ohio Civil Rights Commission, or OCRC.

  • Leon Holster

    On September 19th Leon Holster passed away at Friends Care Center.

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