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Articles From August 30th, 2019

  • Five years on, shooting death has profound ripples

    More than 100 villagers attended a candlelight vigil the night after the July 31, 2013, death of Paul E. Schenck, who was killed by a sheriff sniper following a four-hour standoff with more than 80 police officers at Schenck’s High Street home. The event, which disturbed many villagers, has led to significant changes in local policing. (News archive photo)

    When Kate Hamilton moved back to her hometown of Yellow Springs six years ago, she had no desire to reform local policing.

  • Dirk Ferguson

    Dirk Ferguson passed away Sunday, Aug. 5, 2018.

  • Buck Truitt

    Bucky Allen Truitt was born May 28, 1947, in Maysville, Ky., the son of Russell Clinton Truitt and Nel Presley.

  • Dawn Page

    Faith, joy and courage defined the life of Ervin and Datie Page’s first child, Dawn, who was born on July 22, 1963

  • Krier stays on paid leave

    After completing the 2017–18 school year on paid medical leave, Tim Krier, principal, will start the new academic year on paid administrative leave.

  • A day to honor Gabby and community

    The third Gabby Mason Day will take place this Saturday, Aug. 4, from 2 to 6 p.m. at John Bryan Center. The event honors the late villager known for his love of community and for feeding people. (YS News Archives)

    He fed people’s children. He fed those without money. He fed human rights organizers. He fed members of a diverse social club.

  • Green leader credits village

    Yellow Springs native Kumar Jensen, 29, was recently recognized as one of Greenbiz magazine’s 30 environmentalists under 30 list. He is the only government employee to make the list. (submitted photo)

    Sustainability comes naturally to Kumar Jensen, who grew up in the Vale.

  • Richard Carpenter

    A celebration of the life of Richard “Dick” Carpenter will be held Saturday, Sept. 1, beginning at 2 p.m.

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