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Articles From August 30th, 2019

  • How to train your ‘HusBum’

    I have a close group of girlfriends of many years. We all live in different cities, but make an effort to stay in touch and get together once a year with our families. We all have children under 5, so it’s chaotic but fun…

  • Angela Wright leaves school board with hope

    Angela Wright left the school board last month after 20 years and four full terms of serving the schools. (Photo by Lauren Heaton)

    Having served 20 years as a Yellow Springs school board member over a span of three decades, Angela Wright has seen her share of ebb and flow in the district.

  • Byron Dann

    Obituary

    Byron Keys Dann achieved a peaceful passing on Friday, Jan. 3 at Hospice of Dayton. He would have been 96 on Feb. 18.

  • Yellow Springs village peacemakers of 2013

    In December, the News, inspired by a suggestion from the Human Relation Commission’s Linda Rudowski, asked villagers to name local residents who had acted as peacemakers or had helped to create harmony in the community in the past year.

  • January 9, 2014 Bulldog sports round-up

    Last Friday Yellow Springs High School varsity player Devon Perry helped the Bulldogs defend against Xenia Christian, who prevailed 64–50 for the second time this season. (Photo by Lauren Heaton)

    January 9, 2014 Bulldog sports round-up

  • Tim Rogers

    Obituary

    Local pharmacist Tim Rogers died on Tuesday, Jan. 7, at 8:55 p.m. while surrounded by family.

  • An optometrist with an eye for the bigger picture

    Optometrist Todd McManus, pictured above with his children, Gavin, 7, and Haley, 10, recently opened a new office at the south end of Yellow Springs. He also practices in Xenia with a satellite office in Enon. (Photo by Carol Simmons)

    Optometrist Dr. Todd McManus hung his shingle here in mid-November after observing that the village was without a local eye doctor for the first time in decades.

  • An Epic reopening

    Gail Lichtenfels reopened Epic Book Shop as a used bookstore last month after closing the longtime Dayton Street bookstore in 2009. At the new Epic, located at 229 Xenia Ave. in the space vacated last summer by the Main Squeeze juice bar, Lichtenfels will buy and sell used books on all topics but especially in the fields of religion, philosophy, psychology and mysticism. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    Epic Book Shop, which closed four years ago, reopened downtown last month as a used bookstore.

  • Village moves fast on CBE funding

    Village Council is poised to move forward quickly on the Center for Business and Education, or CBE, at its Jan. 6 meeting.

  • Jury rules force appropriate in Paul E. Schenck death

    On Monday, Dec. 30, a Greene County Grand Jury found no indictments against the law enforcement officer who was identified as having shot and killed villager Paul E. Schenck.