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From The Print Section :: Page 9

  • Ertel group adds a magazine

    Local magazine publisher and communications company Ertel Publishing recently purchased CHARLIE, a regional magazine that covers the arts and culture of Charleston, S.C. From left are Ertel’s owners Ben Smith, Vicki Ertel and Patrick Ertel with a copy of the magazine. (Submitted photo)

    A local publisher has purchased a Charleston, S.C. magazine focused on that region’s arts and culture.

  • Brett Anthony Rinehart

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    Brett Anthony Rinehart, of Kettering, Ohio, left this earth in the presence of loved ones on Friday, Feb. 6, 2015.

  • Council eyes sidewalk levy

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    What’s the best way for a town that promotes walkability to maintain its sidewalks? Is it fair to make homeowners pay for upkeep when they may not receive financial benefit from their investment?

  • Visick memorial set

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    In lieu of flowers or donations, acts of loving kindness are requested.

  • Bulldog sports round-up

    Bryce White contributed to the Bulldogs’ overwhelming win against Dayton Christian Friday night before a home crowd. The Bulldogs are now 14–4 for the season. (photo by Lauren Heaton)

    Swimming: Girls finish 2nd at MBC meet; Swimmers earn 6 league titles. Basketball: Girls punish DC at home

  • Township trustees appoint Spracklen

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    During the year John Eastman served on the Miami Township Board of Trustees, he showed an interest in road safety and regional issues, such as maintaining good water quality and protecting source water in the region, fellow Trustee Chris Mucher said last week.

  • February, 2015

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    February 5, 2015 Antioch Review still surprises When Bob Fogarty became editor of the Antioch Review in 1977, his goal in maintaining the college’s literary magazine was to keep surprising readers with fresh, lively work. Songwriter, singer, Yellow Springer “If I could ride on monarch butterfly wing/I’d go and catch the joy I’ve found within […]

  • Council nixes grant for wetland

    One of the beavers present in the Glass Farm wetland. (submitted photo by Scott Stolsenberg)

    At their Jan. 20 meeting, Village Council delivered a setback to a group of local environmentalists who sought to develop a management plan for a wetlands on the Glass Farm.

  • Mini dramas pique, entertain

    The Yellow Springs Theater Company presents the Yellow Springs Ten Minute Play Festival on Friday and Saturday, Jan. 30–31, 7:30 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church. Admission is $10 at the door. Here, from left, Sommer McGuire, Krissy Hartman and Ron Weber rehearse Jerry Holt’s play, “Bagged.” (Photo by Lauren Heaton)

    For the fifth consecutive year, the Ten Minute Play Festival that revived community theater in Yellow Springs is back. The Yellow Springs Theater Company is producing a range of comedies, dramas and experimental pieces about sharp-toothed animals, the talking dead, burglars with a conscience and growing old in a small town, with all local or locally associated playwrights, directors, actors and producers.

  • Public art is the focus of TAG!

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Local muralists Zane Reichert, left, and Pierre Nagley worked on an installation at a Herndon Gallery street art exhibit that depicts a recent confrontation over use of the “free wall” in Kieth’s Alley.  (Submitted photo by Odette Chavez-Mayo)

    Spray painted on a wall somewhere is a quote about graffiti: Art in a frame is like an eagle in a birdcage.