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Articles From August 30th, 2019

  • Sea Dog practice begins

    The summer swim team program has started at Gaunt Park pool. Practices are at 9 a.m. for ages 11 and up; and 10 a.m. for ages 10 and under. Fees are $75 for individuals and $100 for families. Registration materials and meet schedules are available at practice.

  • After 35 years of chalkboards, scoreboards, Rainey retires

    It’s not much news when an employee leaves his first real job after college, but when that person has held that job for 35 years, the occasion is worthy of note.

  • Gym open for girls

    The Yellow Springs High School girls basketball program will offer open gym for girls every Tuesday and Thursday, 4:30–6:30 p.m., at the high school gym.

  • Bulldog sports roundup

    The four athletes representing Yellow Springs High School at this past weekend’s state track meet at the Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium in Columbus brought home five medals and a lot of pride for their strong showing in the Division III events.

  • Bea Robinow memorial

    A memorial service for Bea Robinow will be held at 1 p.m., on Sunday, June 15, at Friends Care Assisted Living Center.

  • Mary Jane Van Eaton

    Mary Jane Van Eaton, formerly of Xenia, died June 4, at Friends Care Center, in Yellow Springs. She was 85. She born in Sylvania, Ohio, on May 16, 1923, to John “Jack” and Isabel (Dean) Velzy.

  • Ninabelle Upchurch

    Ninabelle (Artis) Upchurch died on Friday, June 6, at Community Hospital in Springfield. She was 81. She was born on Oct. 14, 1926, in West Liberty, the third child born to Alvie C. and Hazel Louise (Clark) Artis.

  • Yellow Springs High School Class of 2008

    Photos of the Yellow Springs High School Class of 2008 commencement.

  • In surprise move, trustees seek autonomy for college

    In an unexpected move last week, the Antioch University Board of Trustees passed a resolution calling for the Antioch College Alumni Association to create a process aimed at establishing an independent Antioch College.

  • Community effort seeks to save Antioch’s Curl gym

    The text message reads: “ball at noon.” Modern technology meets pick-up game of basketball. “One gentleman and I come no matter what,” said Branson Pyles recently, taking a moment out from practice to be interviewed.