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  • Council waives college fees

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    At their Sept. 2 regular meeting, Village Council members took two actions in support of the revived Antioch College.

  • Bonnie Fulton

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    Bonnie Jean Kannapel Fulton, 89, of Jeffersonville, Indiana, formerly of Greene County, Ohio, passed away Tuesday, September 9, 2014, at Riverview Village Nursing Home. She was born on July 28, 1925, in Harrison County, Indiana, the daughter of Grafton and Mary Liebert Kannapel. She was a member of St. Augustine Church in Jeffersonville, Indiana, and […]

  • Mental health training offered

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    A Mental Health First Aid training event for front-line workers is being brought to Yellow Springs next month in order to help villagers effectively interact with those who have mental health issues. The eight-hour training will take place Friday, Oct. 3, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The fee is $25 and deadline for registration […]

  • ‘Roosevelts’ screening at Little Art

    The life of Theodore “Bull Moose” Roosevelt, the 26th president, is one subject of the new seven-part series, “The Roosevelts: An Intimate History” by director Ken Burns that will air on ThinkTV in September. The Little Art Theatre will host a preview screening at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 7, with family member and Antioch College President Mark Roosevelt, who will give a brief introduction about Theodore, Franklin Delano and Eleanor Roosevelt, whose public and private lives are the focus of the PBS series. (submitted photo)

    According to their biographers, the three most famous Roosevelts in American history — two presidents and one first lady — stood for an ideology of public good, including things such as public health and welfare, land conservation, women’s rights, civil rights and workers’ rights.

  • Robert Phillips

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    Robert J. Phillips, of Yellow Springs, passed away at Springfield Regional Medical Center on Sept. 3. He was 90. Robert was born on Oct. 31, 1923, to the late John and Mary (Linson) Phillips in Springfield. He was a graduate of Bryan High School, in Yellow Springs, in 1941. Soon after graduation, he began working […]

  • Art House Hop opens homes

    At last year’s Art House Hop, Richard Lapedes, one of the hosts, discussed his original sculpture with Jean and Hardy Ballantine. This year’s event, a fundraiser for the Yellow Springs Arts Council, will take place on Saturday, Sept. 6, from noon to 5 p.m. (photo by Diane Chiddister)

    After last year’s success, the Yellow Springs Arts Council will reprise its Art House Hop event, a self-guided tour of homes of art collectors in town. Gallery coordinator Nancy Mellon said she’s excited to again hold the event, which she believes serves to recognize those in town who have contributed to local arts even though they aren’t necessarily artists themselves.

  • Children’s Center in fiscal crisis

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    Enrollment at the Yellow Springs Community Children’s Center took a dive at the beginning of 2013 that has sent the preschool into a tailspin of deficit spending over the past 20 months.

  • Council re-ups environmental group

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    At their Aug. 18 meeting, Village Council members agreed to re-activate the Village Environmental Commission in order to advise Council on a host of upcoming environmental issues.

  • Mondays begin with bluegrass

    Dave Younkin of the bluegrass band Mad River Railroad took part in a recent Monday morning bluegrass jam at the Emporium. Tanya Maus, with her son August, joined in the singing. (photo by Carol Simmons)

    Monday mornings at the Emporium’s Underdog Café start off slightly subdued, a little slow and sleepy as the work week begins. Locals stop in for a coffee and maybe a croissant to go, while others find a table to read a newspaper, boot up a laptop computer or linger over breakfast from the kitchen.

  • Yes, ageism exists in Yellow Springs

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    Yellow Springs is a rapidly aging community — according to the 2010 Census, 20 percent of villagers are 65 and older, and more than half are over 45. While the country and state are aging as well, Yellow Springs is doing so faster, with our median age of 48.5 years a full 10 years older […]

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