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Oct
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2021
  • “Stay Woke” — 2019 MLK Day events slated

    Several hundred villagers showed up in the cold and snow to march and honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (Photo by Matt Minde)

    The 2019 program for MLK Day in Yellow Springs features a march, program, lunch, teach-in and lecture across three days.

  • Village offers snow removal tips ahead of winter storm

    With 5 to 8 inches of snow forecast for Yellow Springs on Saturday, the Village of Yellow Springs offered some tips on staying safe and helping with snow removal.

  • Reaching out to those on the inside—  Sculptor offers healing with clay

    Local sculptor Alice Robrish recently showed off some of the work her art students at Dayton Correctional Institution created during a course she taught at the Dayton women’s prison. The lotus was made by Tyra Patterson, who was released in December 2017. (Photo by Carla Steiger)

    This article is the first in a series detailing the work and volunteer efforts of Yellow Springers at Dayton Correctional Insititution.

  • Arguing for speech, debate

    Members of the Yellow Springs Speech and Debate team participated in the annual Beavercreek Phoenix Invitational Tournament on Saturday, Jan. 5, at Beavercreek High School. From left are: coach Brian Housh, Miles Gilchrist, Gini Meekin, Solan Palmer, Payton Horton, Kian Barker, Galen Sieck, Colon Anderson and Lily Bryan. Not pictured is co-coach Jackie Anderson. The team will host its first local tournament, titled The Fearless Forensics Festival, on Saturday, Jan. 26. (photo by Carol Simmons)

    Here’s a psychological tip for feeling more confident: Stand with your feet apart, hands on hips — Superman style — for five minutes.

  • Diane L. Wilson

    Diane L. Wilson passed away unexpectedly on Jan. 4, 2019, at age 58, from a stroke caused by an aneurysm.

  • Kenneth Livingston

    A celebration of life memorial will be held for family and friends of Kenneth Livingston on Saturday, Feb. 2, 4–6 p.m.

  • Nichol McNeal

    Nichol “Nikki” McNeal, of Yellow Springs, passed Friday, Dec. 21, at 1:26 p.m., age 47

  • Keeping it traditional— Guitarist Mark Babb brings the blues

    Guitarist Mark Babb performing recently at the Mills Park Hotel during Porch Fest.

    Villager Mark Babb is living in the past, at least musically. His influences are people like Blind Blake, Rev. Gary Davis, Leadbelly and Robert Johnson, from nearly a century ago.

  • WSU faculty move closer to strike

    Villager Sirisha Naidu, an associate professor of economics at Wright State University and a member of the faculty union’s leadership team, was one of about 200 faculty members and their supporters who packed a university board of trustees meeting in October to express their frustration and anger about the impasse in contract negotiations. (photo by Carol Simmons)

    Wright State University faculty this week took a step closer to going on strike in a continuing contract dispute with university administration.

  • Aahar India burns, plans to rebuild

    A fire over the weekend at the Aahar India food trailer left the trailer — parked in the Corner Cone lot — badly damaged. Owner Akhilesh Nigam is now seeking community support to rebuild and reopen the Indian take-out restaurant. (photo by Gary McBride)

    Aahar India, the local Indian food truck at 101 S. Walnut St. next to the Corner Cone, burned Saturday evening, Jan. 5.