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From The Print Section :: Page 7

  • Stylish hair, stylish clothing at Wildflower Boutique

    Danyel Mershon, seated, and Emily Anglemyer recently opened Wildflower Boutique and Salon at 232 Xenia Ave., the former home of Iona Boutique. Both women grew up in Springfield but now live in Yellow Springs. Mershon sells women’s clothing and jewelry in one section of the store while Anglemyer cuts, styles and colors hair in another. (Photo by Diane chiddister)

    Recently, Danyele Mershon reached her dream in downtown Yellow Springs with the opening of Wildflower Boutique and Salon, which she owns with her good friend Emily Anglemyer, a hair stylist.

  • Rope rescue in Clifton Gorge

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    The Miami Township Fire-Rescue squad pulled a Centerville youth from the Clifton Gorge after she fell 30–60 feet into the “narrows” on Tuesday evening, June 23.

  • Urban Gypsy for gypsy in us all

    Last month Brenda Kennedy, owner of the Dayton Street vintage clothing store Dirty Fabulous, opened Urban Gypsy in the former location of Sweet Sanaa, 138 Dayton St., offering a wide variety of one-of-a-kind products from small businesses. While Iona Boutique has taken over the former Dirty Fabulous location, vintage clothing from the store is still available. (Photo by Diane Chiddister)

    The tiny store, Urban Gypsy, is housed at 138 Dayton St., and it wasn’t easy to fit everything inside.

  • Yellow Springs Resilience Network ramps up efforts

    In January local members of the Yellow Springs Resilience Network toured a green building on the campus of Oberlin College which features solar panels, geothermal heating and cooling and a “living machine” waste recycling system. From left are Dave Westneat, Kat Walker, Duard Headley, Al Schlueter and Rick Walkey. (Submitted photo by Eric Johnson)

    Yellow Springs Resilience Network hopes to insulate the village from the worst impacts of climate change.

  • A Yellow Springs Fourth of July picture book

    Saturday’s 4th of July festivities benefited from beautiful summer weather. In the afternoon hundreds lined Xenia Avenue for the annual small-town parade and many more covered the ground at Gaunt Park for the evening’s live music and fireworks. Whizzing through the parade downtown, Antioch School student Zay Crawford (front) and alumnus Max Mullin balanced their unicycles (one a giraffe!) between floats, candy throwers and water sprayers. (Photo by Matt Minde)

    Saturday’s 4th of July festivities benefited from beautiful summer weather.

  • 40-year old John Bryan Community Pottery now nonprofit

    Krystal Luketic, director of Yellow Springs Community Pottery, has worked to complete the 501(c)(3) process that now makes the local ceramics center an official nonprofit organization. (Photo by Lauren Heaton)

    John Bryan Community Pottery took a big step toward growing in the community by finally incorporating as a nonprofit organization.

  • Miami Township budgets ambulance

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    The 2016 Miami Township tax budget includes funds for the purchase of a new ambulance and a command vehicle for the Miami Township Fire-Rescue squad.

  • Mary Ellen Finney

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    Mary Ellen Finney, 86, of Cedarville, Ohio, went home to be with her Lord and Savior on Monday, July 6, 2015, surrounded by her family.

  • The marvels and wonders of t-ball

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    Perry League t-ball is at Gaunt Park every Friday night from 6:30–8 p.m. Children can begin to play at any time and there’s no requirement to play every week. Come when you like, come when you can.

  • July 2, 2015

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    July 2, 2015