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  • New Antioch College class, smaller than hoped

    Antioch College President Tom Manley spoke with freshman Eva Westermeyer at a meet-and-greet event earlier this month during welcome week. Westermeyer is one of 44 students in this year’s incoming class, hailing from 15 states. Thirty-nine percent of the class of 2020 are students of color, and 46 percent are the first in their family to attend college. (Photo by Dylan Taylor-Lehman)

    At just 44 students, Antioch College’s incoming class, the class of 2020 represents a moment of both promise and peril for the college.

  • They’re villagers, thanks to Google

    Dorothy Dean and Jarod Rogers moved to Yellow Springs in July of 2015, seeking to be closer to Rogers’ eight-year-old daughters, who live with their mother in Columbus. The couple are enjoying the trees and casual feeling in the neighborhood of their new home, where they relaxed with their dogs Sita and Dicey on a recent weekend. (Photo by Audrey Hackett)

    A simple Google search brought Dorothy Dean and Jarod Rogers to Yellow Springs. “I literally Googled, ‘What is the most liberal town in Ohio?’” Dean recalled, laughing, in a recent interview.

  • Honoring Little Miami Trail bikeway boosters

    Ed Dressler spoke to a small crowd at last Saturday’s 25th anniversary celebration of the opening of the local portion of the Little Miami Scenic Trail. Dressler and Marcia Sauer were honored at the event for their pivotal role in making the local bikeway a reality. Former Village Council member and trail proponent Connie Crockett organized the celebration. (Photo by Audrey Hackett)

    Once controversial but now widely used, the local bike path turned 25 this fall. A small ceremony marking that milestone was held in front of the Train Station last Saturday

  • Public Meetings

    Village of Yellow Springs

  • Orlando Brown

    Orlando Vernon Brown, age 88, went home to be with the Lord on Tuesday, Oct. 18, at Friends Care Nursing Home in Yellow Springs.

  • Bid request to complete Water, Sewer & Stormwater Project

    Village of Yellow Springs

  • Verdant Splendor – A Natural History Poem

    The photographer finds, in the woods, the world alight with shapes, colors, moving patterns. May all rejoice at such splendor.

  • School board— Eighth graders may travel to NYC

    Thanks in part to the success of the seventh-grade “Into the Wild” trip, McKinney Middle School teachers are seeking to enlarge the scope of the annual eighth-grade trip to Washington, D.C., scheduled to depart on May 4.

  • WSU sells land to Township for fire station

    The Wright State University Board of Trustees approved the sale to Miami Township of land bounded by Marshall and Herman Streets and Xenia Avenue. (Via Google Maps)

    The Wright State University Board of Trustees voted to sell two acres of WSU-owned land on Xenia Avenue to Miami Township, which aims to build a new fire station on the location.

  • The 2016-17 Guide to Yellow Springs

    Read the online edition of the Guide to Yellow Springs.

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