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Articles From August 30th, 2019

  • Jaesun Q. Ingles

    Jaesun Q. Ingles, originally from Wilberforce and lately of Riverside, Ill., died on Wednesday, March 10, in Midlothian, Ill. He was 31. Jaesun was born in Dayton on July 29, 1978 and attended Yellow Springs High School, where he played basketball. Jaesun is survived by his mother, Yolanda Little, by his father, Clifton Ingles, and […]

  • Bulldogs present sports awards

    The McKinney and Yellow Springs High School winter sports awards ceremony will take place on Monday, March 22, at 7 p.m. at YSHS. Coaches will honor the middle school and high school girls and boys basketball teams and the swimming team and award athletes with their Metro Buckeye Conference honors as well as recognize players […]

  • A magical red carpet ride

    Walking down Xenia Avenue in early spring, particularly after such a tough February, is much kinder to the soul than driving through Los Angeles traffic, or walking a red carpet. We’re glad to be home from our Oscar adventure, grateful to our beloved hometown for all the support. We heard the Little Art was packed. Friends and neighbors have been asking what it was like. I’ll do my best to answer that question here.

  • Schools hire new treasurer

    Yellow Springs Board of Education members unanimously voted to approve the hiring of a new treasurer for the Yellow Springs schools at the board’s March 11 meeting. Dawn Weller will begin service to the district on April 5, 2010, at an annual salary of $99,700 on a three-year contract. Weller comes to the district after 13 years as treasurer of the Greenon Local School District in Enon.

  • Do housing costs affect diversity?

    If local diversity can be measured by the number of African Americans who live within the geographical boundaries of Yellow Springs, the village has experienced three decades of decreasing diversity, and is likely wrapping up a fourth. Since 1970, the village has lost about 500 African-American residents, mirroring a larger regional trend.

  • Dog park slated for Ellis Park

    With a crowd of about 70 people gathered on Monday, March 15, to hear about the fate of the village’s first bark park, Village Council members approved 4–1 a resolution to support a dog park at Ellis Park. Council requested that the group pursuing the dog park should consult the Tree Committee, whose members have spent over 20 years cultivating a scenic park at the Ellis Park location.

  • Here comes the sun

    Lauren Sheets danced as Scott Lee of Kettering played and sang outside Brother Bear’s.