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Articles From August 30th, 2019
Alumni from across the country who came to Yellow Springs for the weekend reunion. The event was a celebration of the revival of Antioch College as an independent liberal arts institution, a deal finalized Sept. 4 when alumni leaders received the keys to the college from leaders of Antioch University.
For getting precise measurements of the human body, no anthropologists in the country are more highly specialized than those at Anthrotech. That is likely the reason the U.S. Army chose the Yellow Springs outfit last month to complete the task of obtaining a statistical sample of the physical proportions of its soldiers.
A recent mediated dialogue between local young people and downtown business owners has increased understanding between the two groups and will likely result in a new public bench downtown, Village Council members were told at their Oct. 5 meeting. “The message to the youth is that they’re important to the community and that we want […]
One day last week a group of Mills Lawn sixth graders could be found in a classroom hanging around with scarecrows. Specifically, they were creating scarecrows from found objects, an activity they found to be not only crafty and fun, but an act of service and leadership.
Yellow Springs Soccer Inc., YSSI, will celebrate 45 years of recreational soccer and honor Joe Robinson, the founder of the YS Recreational Soccer League, with a community potluck on Saturday, Nov. 7, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Mills Lawn School auditorium. Interested individuals and families are encouraged to keep this date available and […]
Two advance to golf districts On Wednesday, Sept. 30, at the Moss Creek course in Trotwood, YSHS golfers Carl Weiner and Lucas Donnell did what only two previous Bulldog golfers have done — qualify for the Division III District tournament. Competing in the sectional match at Moss Creek, Weiner and Donnell each shot an 89 […]
Dr. Steven R. Perry, Ph.D., of Linhue, Hawaii, died April 19 in Hawaii. Perry entered Antioch College in 1960 from Syracuse, N.Y. Steve Perry was well known at Antioch during the mid-1960s, and served two terms (four quarters) as community manager. He was very active during his time at Antioch. After his graduation, he earned […]
Earl D. “Don” Boles, 85, of Clifton passed away September 20 in his home, surrounded by family and friends following a lengthy and courageous battle with cancer. He was born December 23, 1923, the son of William and Nora (Staggs) Boles in Adams County. Survivors include his wife of 53 years Mary (Peyton) Boles, son […]
Florence S. Hirsch, former resident of Yellow Springs, passed away peacefully on Sept. 28 at Sycamore Glen Health Center after a brief illness. Born on August 22, 1921, in Dayton, Florence graduated from Steele High School in 1939, and obtained her BFA from the School of the Dayton Art Institute, a bachelors from the University […]