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Articles From August 30th, 2019
An artist’s inspiration can come from anywhere — the angelic face of a sleeping child, a vibrant color from a neighbor’s garden, or perhaps the unique perspective of a somersaulting motorcyclist after connecting head-on with an oncoming car.
Around 6:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 5, the entire village’s electric grid went dim, and then at 8:30 a.m. the village went dark. The howling storms the night before had “fried” the closer, or giant circuit breaker, on the DP&L substation on Snypp Road…
All parents/guardians of prospective McKinney School and Yellow Springs High School football players are asked to attend a meeting with the coaches on Friday, Aug. 8, at 7 p.m., at the high school.
In the quest to find a new Village manager, Village Council at its meeting Monday, Aug. 4, approved a survey to gauge what Council members, Village staff and village residents care most about in a Village manager.
There’s a secret club in Yellow Springs that’s been meeting for 10 years. Walking and chatting all over town, club members are almost indistinguishable from the rest of the villagers.
In a reprise of a popular music scene that suddenly went poof about a year-and-a-half ago, one of the original organizers of the WEB Coffeehouse will be staging a series of three performances at the Oten Gallery, across Xenia Avenue from its long-time home, the First Presbyterian Church.
Come on in! The water’s joyful!
The Miami Valley Warriors “semi-pro” football team has a few openings for football coaches. Previous coaching experience and football knowledge is preferred.
We start the evening and end the evening with a whistle. It’s a fascinating thing how so many of us love the sound of the athletic whistle, the clear-high-pitched, a train’s-a-coming blast of it.
Velma R. Duvall died of heart failure in Springfield Community Hospital on Wednesday morning, July 30. She was 90. Velma was born on Nov. 4, 1917, in Imogene, Minn.