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Ordinance 2016-08, Village of Yellow Springs, Ohio
Tecumseh Land Trust, or TLT, will host a Native Perennial Plant Swap on Saturday, April 23, as part of Green(e) Fest, a weekend-long Earth Day celebration at Glen Helen Nature Preserve.
My favorite glimpse was a blaze of forsythia growing up between two dark-clad Norway spruces. The spruces have always reminded me of a certain kind of minister or undertaker, while the yolky yellow interlude was like a kid’s laughter in a stern church.
The world, both natural and man-made, adheres to certain geometric patterns that reveal themselves to the trained eye (all photos by Aaron Zaremsky)
Strange forces converge on the village in the first days of Spring and the last dregs of Winter.
Greene County’s first Women’s Christian Temperance Union was formed in 1874 and reportedly closed down thirteen saloons in three weeks, and the first piano in Ohio, and “certainly the first west of the Alleghenies,” was made by a resident of Greene County.
The YS News has come under fire recently for what some perceive as sloppy grammatical standards and practices.
The feisty, cosmopolitan town of Yellow Springs could view itself extraordinarily fortunate to harbor a store that strives to cater to its demanding, world-wise palate.
It’s not often environmentalists can rejoice over a massive spill on an industrial level.