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Articles From August 30th, 2019
Chamber Music Yellow Springs opens its 2012–13 concert season with the young Canadian Afiara Quartet.
Alyce Earl Jenkins may have stumbled by accident into the nascent field of rehabilitation counseling in the mid-1960s, but it was no accident how much this longtime villager contributed to the discipline over a distinguished four-decade career. For that work, which focused on helping those with physical and mental disabilities find work, she will be inducted into the Greene County Women’s Hall of Fame this month.
Barbara E. Knoth of Yellow Springs died Saturday, Sept. 8. She was 75.
Daniel Pearson died Friday, Sept. 14, at his home at Lawson Place. He was 66.
Jeanie Felker, a teacher of young children and a fierce advocate of their right to learn in their own way, died on Wednesday, Sept. 12.
Organizers of Cyclops Fest, returning this weekend for its second year, like to compare their handmade fair to a farmers’ market. At both, patrons buy high quality goods that are locally and lovingly hand-produced directly from those who labored to make them — only instead of heirloom tomatoes, Cyclops patrons can purchase jewelry, apparel, handbags, paper goods, bath products and more.
George Asakawa died peacefully at home on Sept. 11, in the company of his family and caregivers. He was 94.
Sharen Neuhardt knows a thing or two about the American Dream.
The Yellow Springs business attorney, who is running for Ohio’s newly formed 10th district seat in the U.S. House of Representatives, understands just how much her middle class roots contributed to her success.
Jim Hammond, who saved the Grinnell Mill from almost certain demise, has brought his interest in historic properties closer to the village. Last week he and his wife Libby Hammond purchased the Barr property from Friends Care Community. The sale closed on Friday.
Though it is a source of some chagrin to him, the cultural reference that most immediately represents the business Glen Courtright has created here in the village is Disney’s 1994 classic The Lion King. Specifically pertinent is the part in the film when the lion, the warthog and the meerkat feast on a cornucopia of bugs while singing their “problem-free philosophy.”