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Oct
22
2021
  • Bulldog Sports Round-Up

    SOCCER Boys win twice, tie rival The YSHS boys soccer team, the number two ranked team in the Dayton area, improved to 3–2–2 this week with wins against Tri-County North and Troy Christian and a heartbreaking tie against big rival Springfield Catholic Central. The team started the week on a high note, beating Tri-County North […]

  • Farm seeds new ways to grow food

    Antioch College students went on a transformative field trip over the summer to see the latest developments in sustainable agriculture. Attending the Seed Saver’s Exchange annual conference in Decorah, Iowa were, from left, Antioch Instructor of Cooperative Education Beth Bridgeman with students Charlotte Pulitzer, Keegan Smith-Nichols, Lauren Gjessing and Gabe Amrhein. Seed Saver’s Exchange is the largest non-governmental seed bank in the world. (Submitted photo)

    At the perennially radical Antioch College, a new crop of students is learning about radical perennials.

  • Public Meetings

    Village Of Yellow Springs

  • Music and community for healing

    Lindsay Folke, here with her four-year-old son Cooper, was diagnosed with an aggressive form of cervical cancer in June. Peach’s Grill, where Folke works, will host a benefit to raise money for Folke’s medical expenses on Saturday, Sept. 6, with live music from 2 p.m. to 2 a.m. (photo by Megan Bachman)

    Caring for a boisterous four-year-old while healthy is tough enough.
    This summer, 38-year-old single mother Lindsay Folke was so sick she couldn’t even walk down to the Corner Cone to get ice cream with her son, Cooper.

  • Is hard water healthier?

    Allen Hunt has known since the 1970s that it is probably better to have calcium than sodium in his drinking water. After all, calcium is a vital nutrient many of us don’t get enough of, while Americans are said to already consume too much salt.

  • Cut and run

    College President Mark Roosevelt cut the ribbon, with the help of Chamber of Commerce President Lisa Goldberg and Village Council President Karen Wintrow, while Mayor Dave Foubert, left, looked on.

    Hundreds of villagers showed up last Saturday to the grand opening of the new Antioch College Wellness Center.

  • Council waives college fees

    At their Sept. 2 regular meeting, Village Council members took two actions in support of the revived Antioch College.

  • Bonnie Fulton

    Obituary

    Bonnie Jean Kannapel Fulton, 89, of Jeffersonville, Indiana, formerly of Greene County, Ohio, passed away Tuesday, September 9, 2014, at Riverview Village Nursing Home. She was born on July 28, 1925, in Harrison County, Indiana, the daughter of Grafton and Mary Liebert Kannapel. She was a member of St. Augustine Church in Jeffersonville, Indiana, and […]

  • Mental health training offered

    A Mental Health First Aid training event for front-line workers is being brought to Yellow Springs next month in order to help villagers effectively interact with those who have mental health issues. The eight-hour training will take place Friday, Oct. 3, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The fee is $25 and deadline for registration […]

  • ‘Roosevelts’ screening at Little Art

    The life of Theodore “Bull Moose” Roosevelt, the 26th president, is one subject of the new seven-part series, “The Roosevelts: An Intimate History” by director Ken Burns that will air on ThinkTV in September. The Little Art Theatre will host a preview screening at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 7, with family member and Antioch College President Mark Roosevelt, who will give a brief introduction about Theodore, Franklin Delano and Eleanor Roosevelt, whose public and private lives are the focus of the PBS series. (submitted photo)

    According to their biographers, the three most famous Roosevelts in American history — two presidents and one first lady — stood for an ideology of public good, including things such as public health and welfare, land conservation, women’s rights, civil rights and workers’ rights.