Donna M. Sanders died Saturday, Nov. 10, peacefully at home with family and friends and with the watchful help of Hospice.
Stephen D. Thomas of Great Falls, Mont. died unexpectedly on Wednesday, Nov. 7, at a local healthcare facility. He was 63.
When village resident Tony Pettiford takes over as Yellow Springs police chief on Nov. 19, he will bring a deep knowledge of the community he has called home for 51 years, which he says will serve him well in his effort to keep Yellow Springs safe.
Rosalie G. Pence of Yellow Springs died Wednesday, Nov. 7, at Friends Care Community. She was 81.
Wilma Snyder Casenhiser died peacefully at home on Thursday, Nov. 8.
On Nov. 21, 1984, a squadron of Israeli airliners, dubbed Operation Moses, landed in famine stricken Sudan and evacuated 8,000 Ethiopian Jewish refugees to Israel. Seven years later, in a follow-up 36-hour mission — Operation Solomon — 34 Israeli cargo planes and airliners landed in Ethiopia and airlifted an additional 14,000 Ethiopian Jews to the Promised Land
The Village aims to help reduce energy use by supplying local residents with free energy-efficient light bulbs today and tomorrow.
The Yellow Springs holiday shopping season begins in earnest this weekend at a new art fair, Art & Soul, where villagers and visitors can find unique handcrafted gifts made by local and out-of-town artists.
Local artist Sondi Kai will host an opening reception for her exhibit, “Reincarnated: The New Forever Life of Plastic,” at the Yellow Springs Arts Council Gallery (YSAC) on Friday, November 16, from 6 – 9 pm. Ms. Kai will also lead an Artist Talk on December 8 (5-6:30pm) to close her show.
The nooks and crannies throughout the Village that often get overlooked. Today’s blog showcases a peak at the Glen House Inn last night during Jeremy Long’s reception. His paintings and drawings will be there until December 2, 2012.