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Articles From August 30th, 2019
Working together, the Yellow Springs community and Antioch College can create a state-of-the-art wellness center at the college’s Curl Gymnasium, college leaders told about 50 people at a meeting last Tuesday, Oct. 26, on the Antioch College campus.
While Democratic Governor Ted Strickland came out on the losing end of a tight statewide race, in Yellow Springs he was king, the choice of nine out of 10 local voters. Unfortunately for Strickland, the state did not follow the lead of the village.
At their Nov. 1 meeting, members of Village Council unanimously approved taking a step toward creating the first Village-sponsored affordable housing project in the past several decades. The project, proposed by Council President Judith Hempfling and Vice-President Lori Askeland…
Antioch College leaders last week introduced their vision of a renovated wellness center to benefit both the college and the community.
Meredith Dallas, theater director, actor, teacher and psychologist died peacefully in the company of family at the Friends Care Center on Nov. 1 at 2 a.m. He was 93.
Ralph Heaton Jr. died on Thursday, Oct. 28, at Greene Memorial Hospital. He was 88. Ralph was born April 25, 1922 in Xenia, the son of Nellie (Simison) and Ralph Heaton, who was a bricklayer.
Andrew Spencer Benning died Friday, Oct. 29. He was 84. Andrew was born Jan. 10, 1926, to Chester William Benning and Helen Lucille Cassell Benning of Yellow Springs.
Sophomore Lois Miller’s eighth-place finish at the Southwest Ohio Regional Cross Country Championships last Saturday earned her a spot in the division III state final this weekend in Columbus. Miller becomes the third Lady Bulldog in school history to compete at the state championships and the first since 1995.
In the early 20th century, mandolin orchestras sprung up in Dayton and elsewhere, playing rags, marches, light classical and waltzes with the energetic ting of the uniquely American flatback mandolin. Today the mandolin craze is back, including in Yellow Springs, now home for the six-year-old Dayton Mandolin Orchestra.
The Crickets basketball program for first–third grade students begins Friday, Nov. 5. Six sessions will be held in the Bryan Center gym, 6–7 p.m., ending Dec. 17. The sessions will focus on fundamentals and will consist of drills and informal scrimmage games.