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  • Cool digs

    Cody Back, shown above, took advantage of the last two weeks of snow and cold to construct an igloo at his Robinwood Drive home. Helped by his parents, Scott Stolsenberg and Bettina Solas, Cody used recyling bins to mold the snow for the igloo, which features a lawn chair and lanterns inside. Warm temperatures in the next few days will test the igloo’s durability. (photo by Lauren Heaton)

    Cody Back took advantage of the last two weeks of snow and cold to construct an igloo at his Robinwood Drive home.

  • New store Ohio Vintage— A family passion for the old

    John-Marcus Murray, seated, and his brother, Josh, have recently opened Ohio Vintage above The Winds Cafe at 213 Xenia Avenue. The store, which specializes in industrial, urban and eclectic vintage goods, will offer shoppers a 20 percent off sale this weekend, Jan. 4–6. Store hours are noon to 5 p.m. (Photo by Diane Chiddister)

    The Murray brothers are unusual in the world of vintage goods. They’re young — Josh is 29, John-Marcus 30 — but they’ve already been buying and selling old items for about 15 years.

  • Girls Basketball coach hits 500 wins

    Coach Tim Barga instructed his YSHS girls varsity basketball team during a tense moment of last week’s Troy Christian game. Behind in the fourth quarter, the team came through with a 34–27 victory, Barga’s 500th career win as a coach. (Photo Megan Bachman)

    On the verge of his 500th career win last Thursday, all Coach Tim Barga could think about was the nail-biting battle in front of him between two league contenders.

  • Michael Grinnell

    Michael L. Grinnell died Jan. 2 at the Hospice of Dayton. He was 62.

  • Trust

    Cold temperatures and more snow have kept Gaunt Park hill ready for sledders, and a steady stream of local kids and families have taken part. (Photos by Suzanne Szempruch)

    Cold temperatures and more snow have kept Gaunt Park hill ready for sledders, and a steady stream of local kids and families have taken part.

  • College global seminar projects go local— Students tackle town/gown health

    Students in Antioch College’s global health seminar presented their solutions to campus and community health problems at a public forum last month. One group started a college bicycle co-op and refurbished eight bikes to rent to students free-of-charge. From left are group members Jordan Berley, Emma Gilruth, Lucas Gottke and Katie Pitsenbarger, Antioch facilities manager Reggie Stratton and group member Elaine Bell. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    A women’s support group, bicycle co-op and senior auditing program were a few of the ideas Antioch College students came up with to tackle campus and community health problems during last semester’s global seminar.

  • Yetta Meister

    Yetta Meister died at Friends Care Community on Sunday, Dec. 23. She was 90.

  • Servlet back in familiar hands

    The local Internet provider Servlet that was purchased last spring by a group of local investors was bought back earlier this month by former owner Bruce Cornett.

  • Phil Keith McQueen

    Phil McQueen

    Phil Keith McQueen died of natural causes at Emerson Senior Living in Meridian, Idaho, on Dec. 22. He was 81.

  • Year in review 2012: Arts in the village remain a focal point

    Arts in the village remain a focal point in 2012

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