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Longtime villager Paul Graham, left, and village native Phillip Lawson reflected on their experiences with racism and segregation during the “Elders Speak” virtual event on Oct. 28. The event was sponsored by The 365 Project.

Village elders reflect on the Black experience, Pt. II

Villagers Paul Graham and Phillip Lawson spoke about their experiences growing up and living in integrated communities in Dayton and Yellow Springs.

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  • Running numbers

    Runners, joggers and walkers came out to the annual Mills Lawn Bulldog Jog 5K and 1.1-mile race on Friday, Nov. 26, beginning at Mills Lawn. Despite the brisk cold that morning, more than 100 participants crossed the finish line.

  • Mark Crockett bids township farewell after 20 years

    Crockett first ran for trustee in 2001, and since then has worked to maintain the township by making decisions that would help the township evolve as technology advanced and the makeup of township departments changed.

  • Yellow Springs Development Corporation refines focus

    Coming up on its second anniversary, with most of its existence undertaken amid the pandemic, the Yellow Springs Development Corporation, or YSDC, is continuing to refine its purpose and procedures.

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  •   School district hires new treasurer, appoints new board member

    In a special meeting Tuesday morning, Nov. 22, the Yellow Springs school board approved the hiring of a new district treasurer and the appointment of a new board member.

  •   Budget deficit forecasted for Village Schools

    After finishing the last two fiscal years with revenues higher than expenditures, Yellow Springs school leaders anticipate a return to deficit spending this fiscal year (FY), which ends June 30, 2022, according to the district’s latest five-year financial forecast.

  •   Looking ahead after school levy loss

    At a 61%-39% spread, Yellow Springs district voters last week rejected a combined 6.5-mill, 37-year property tax and a 0.5% income tax increase with no end date to build a $35.6 million K–12 school at the location of the current middle/high school on East Enon Road.

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