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Articles From August 30th, 2019

  • Interim chief update

    The Village of Yellow Springs is beginning the process of finding an interim police chief since the resignation of Chief Dave Hale.

  • Name Change Notice

    Julie Michelle Campbell to Rory Simon Campbell

  • Public Meetings

    Village of Yellow Springs

  • String theory

    An informal cello technique forum at the Rockford Chapel social room on Monday evening. (photo by Matt Minde)

    The 2017 Cello Springs Festival continued Monday evening with an informal cello technique forum at the Rockford Chapel social room, with participating cellists of abilities ranging from beginner to world-class.

  • Music and friends at Cello Springs

    Yellow Springs becomes Cello Springs this week and next, with the debut of a cello festival that runs from Jan. 4–14 and includes several public performances. Pictured from left, festival organizers Lisa Liske-Doorandish, Chiara Enderle and Miriam Liske-Doorandish improvised together at the Foundry Theater before the Friends Music Camp benefit concert last Friday. (Photo by Audrey Hackett)

    For two weeks beginning Jan. 4, Yellow Springs will become Cello Springs — home to a cello festival that strings together music, friendship, family and love.

  • Art for listening, understanding

    Standing in front of a wall-size poem by Umvikeli G. Scott Jones are Herndon Gallery Curater Jennifer Wenker, center, and student assistants Daniel Cox and Kathryn Olson. The poem is part of the new exhibit, “Living in Divided States,” which features the work of 50 area artists at Herndon Gallery on the Antioch College campus. (Photo by Diane Chiddister)

    Those entering the Herndon Gallery’s “Living in Divided States” exhibit will first hear the voices, female and male, rising and falling in pitch, in intensity.

  • Peaceful ball drop turns ugly

    Police from at least six municipalities and agencies joined Yellow Springs police in a presence downtown on the New Year’s Eve Ball Drop that many villagers found hostile and aggressive. (Photo courtesy of Margaret Kinner Fischer)

    Lance Rudegeair had dropped the New Year’s ball at 12 a.m., and was still up on the ladder when the police car lights began flashing. Then came the sirens. It was 12:08 a.m. The sound was deafening.

  • Eco-sattva: Climate compassion, action

    The Dharma Center and Community Solutions are partnering to offer an “eco-sattva” training beginning Jan. 12 to help villagers take mindful, effective action in response to climate change. Pictured outside the Dharma Center are, counterclockwise, course facilitators Saul Greenberg, Dione Greenberg and MJ Gentile, with Dharma Center Board Member Katie Egart. (Photo by Audrey Hackett)

    Eco-sattva, a blend of “ecology” and “bodhisattva,” the term refers to a person working for the well-being of all life in the face of environmental harm.

  • Village Council Regular Meeting

    Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017, 5:30 p.m.

  • Bulldog sports round-up — Jan, 12, 2017

    YSHS guard Julian Roberts (5) took a shot over the heads of visitors Legacy Christian in the baskteball matchup on Jan. 9. Despite the valiant efforts of Roberts and teammates Jasmine Davidson (30), Morgan Minnich (3) and Ayanna Madison (21), the Bulldogs did not emerge victorious, ending the game with a final score of 64–50. (Photo by Dylan Taylor-Lehman)

    The Yellow Springs girls basketball team has been fighting the good fight this season, taking on opponents left and right and gaining valuable practice and fundamental skill. This week, for example, the Bulldogs went up against the Legacy Christian Academy Knights.