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Articles From August 30th, 2019

  • Wind wallops YS; villagers rally in aftermath

    Shortly after the lights came on in downtown Yellow Springs Tuesday noon, Mark DeLozier, sitting at the piano that had been dragged from inside the Emporium out to the sidewalk, launched into “On the Sunny Side of the Street.”

  • MLS start time to be reconsidered

    Faced with state cutbacks on teacher in-service days and an inequity in planning time between Mills Lawn teachers and their counterparts at Yellow Springs High School/McKinney School, Superintendent Norm Glismann believes he has figured out a solution to a lack of Mills Lawn teacher planning time.

  • Mitzi Manny, a heart lifted by music

    Mitzi Manny swipes her 15-pound accordion out of its tattered case as though it were a ragdoll and slips her arms through the straps like an old friend. She sways just slightly as the squeeze box sings out “When I Grow Too Old to Dream,” and the two look fit to be together.

  • Feature photo: A mighty wind

    Copies of this and other photographs may be purchased from the Yellow Springs News; please contact us via e-mail at ysnews@ysnews.com, or by phone, between 9:30 a.m. and 5: 30 p.m., Mon.–Fri.

  • Bulldog Sports Roundup

    Alexis Onfroy opened his junior season in cross country by leading the Bulldogs to victory at the 9th annual Ambassador Classic in Xenia on Saturday, Sept. 6.

  • Sharon Baldwin

    Sharon (Priser) Baldwin of Xenia died Sunday, Sept. 14, at Greene Memorial Hospital. She was 46. She was born on Nov. 13, 1961. She was a former resident of Yellow Springs and a graduate of Yellow Springs High School.

  • Donald Alexander

    Donald A. Alexander of Yellow Springs died Sunday, Sept. 14. He was 75. He was born May 6, 1933, the son of Charles M. and Beatrice (Heider) Alexander in Yellow Springs.

  • Dealing with the storm aftermath

    Due to the unusually high volume of tree damage caused by Sunday’s high winds, the Village of Yellow Springs has expanded its efforts to collect branches and limbs in local neighborhoods.