Oct
17
2019
Yellow Springs
47°
light intensity drizzle
humidity: 61%
wind: 16mph W
H 45 • L 44
  • Lodwig memorial service

    Obituary

    A memorial service for Ray L. Lodwig, longtime village resident, will be held on Wednesday, July 2, at the First Presbyterian Church. Meditation will be held at 3 p.m., followed by fellowship from 4–7 p.m. All are welcome.

  • Public Meetings

    VILLAGE OF YELLOW SPRINGS

  • Pianist Sam Reich— Loving to practice as much as play

    Pianist Sam Reich has this year performed six fundraising concerts for the Yellow Springs Senior Center, where he practices each morning. He and Martin Bakari will perform another benefit concert on Aug. 10. (photo by Suzanne Szempruch)

    Yellow Springs-based pianist Sam Reich is at a place in his life and career where he’s often asked about his plans. Having completed a master’s degree in 2012 from the prestigious Eastman School of Music, where he also earned a bachelor’s in piano performance, Reich says a typical path would involve next pursuing a doctorate, as many of his former classmates are doing.

  • College wins victory on path to accreditation

    Antioch College President Mark Roosevelt announced to college alumni and community members that the college had just the day before been named by the Higher Learning Commission a candidate for accreditation, culminating a multi-year effort. Following the announcement, renowned college President Horace Mann came back from the dead in a golf cart to present Roosevelt with the good news from the HLC. (Photo by Matt Minde)

    Antioch College recently achieved a significant victory on its path to accreditation, President Mark Roosevelt told a cheering audience of alumni and community members on Saturday evening.

  • Strides for scholarships

    Shown here are Antioch University Chancellor Felice Nudelman, left and Michelle Ward, with Ward’s daughter Olivia in the stroller. (submitted photo)

    On Saturday, June 14, about 600 people took part in Young’s Jersey Dairy’s Cheddar Challenge, a 5K run/walk with part of the proceeds going to the scholarship fund at Antioch University Midwest. About 24 mainly AUMidwest staff took part as Team Antioch.

  • Eye-popping joy at T-ball

    The children’s capacity for joy is remarkable. Mind-boggling. Like Sophia Purdin, 4, cousin of one of my all-time favorite T-ball alums, Scotty Purdin.

  • Donald Hutslar

    Obituary

    Donald A. Hutslar, of Worthington, Ohio, and Yellow Springs, died on June 13, 2014. He was 82. He is survived by his wife Jean and son Caleb, a resident of Columbus. A 1949 graduate of Bryan High School in Yellow Springs, Don received a Master of Fine Arts degree from Ohio University. After serving with […]

  • Yellow Springs Blues

    Police Chief Anthony Pettiford, second from right, are, from left, Stephanie Spurlock, Jeff Beam and Randall Hawley. (Submitted photo by Judy Kintner)

    Three new police officers were sworn into the Yellow Springs Police Department on May 19th.

  • Harriet May Guthrie

    Obituary

    About the author: She was born in 1923 to the name Harriet May McCune, married William Robert Guthrie, and then took on Harriet M. Guthrie. She was a conversationalist and listener, storyteller, poet, writer, debater, weaver of words, social activist, and celebrator of life and books. She loved and was loved — greatly. Always intellectually […]

  • Summer music to celebrate 50 years

    The YS Summer Strings and Band program will hold a 50th anniversary celebration concert on Saturday, July 5, at Mills Lawn.