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Mar
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2020
  • Bulldog sports round-up — Jan. 31, 2019

    Senior Andrew Clark shoots — and makes — a free throw during the Jan. 15 home game against the West Carrollton Pirates. (Photo by Mike Knemeyer)

    Bulldog Sports Round-Up

  • David C. Norman

    David C. Norman, “Dave,” of Huber Heights, reunited with his wife, Jane, on Jan. 24, 2019. He was 80.

  • Betty J. Cordell Ford

    Betty J. Cordell Ford, 91, went home to be with the Lord on Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2019, with her children by her bedside.

  • Paul DeLaVergne

    Yellow Springs lost one of its icons on Jan. 20, 2019, when Paul M. DeLaVergne passed away after a brief illness.

  • First Lines — In memoriam: Mary Oliver

    Mary Oliver is the lovely, lambent consciousness of every poem she wrote in praise of heron and hawk, windflower and black oak, lightning and first snow. It is she who went out into the world, she who scribbled notes.

  • WYSO to separate from Antioch

    Local radio station 91.3 FM-WYSO will no longer be owned by Antioch College but instead will become an independent nonprofit, according to college and station leaders this week.

  • Village Council — Meister supporters speak out

    Village Council’s Monday, Jan. 22, meeting was standing room only as more than 50 villagers pressed into Council chambers. Many had come to voice their support for Officer David Meister.

  • Village Council — Apartment rezoning approved

    After months of public discussion, Council approved the rezoning of a 1.8-acre parcel between East Herman and Marshall streets to accommodate a 54-unit affordable senior apartment building.

  • Wright State faculty goes on strike

    Yellow Springs resident Opolot Okia, a professor of African history, said the administration is not negotiating in good faith with faculty. (Photo by Gary McBride)

    As of 8 a.m., Jan. 22, the Wright State University faculty represented by the American Association of University Professors, or AAUP, went on strike as planned, picketing at the campus entrances, despite the 17 degrees Fahrenheit temperature and brisk winds.

  • Portraits of villagers at the Winds

    Local artist Tim Potter, shown here in his home studio with his portraits of family members in the background, will show about 50 portraits of villagers at The Winds Café this month and next. An opening reception for the exhibit takes place Sunday, Jan. 27, from 4 to 6 p.m. (Photo by Diane Chiddister)

    Villager Tim Potter worked long and hard for three decades building a school of design in Dayton, so he wasn’t sure, when he retired eight years ago, who he was anymore. But he ended up surprising himself by picking up the paintbrush he’d put down years before.