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Articles From August 30th, 2019

  • Hungry for jazz

    Lunchtime Jazz at the Emporium is a weekly session hosted every Wednesday.

  • Malawi Lee McDonald

    Malawi McDonald

    Malawi Lee McDonald

  • WYSO to separate from Antioch

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

  • A closer look at the Meister investigation

    The disciplinary process involving a local police officer continues this week after close to 20 villagers spoke in support of the officer at Council’s regular meeting last week.

  • Figures of speech — the first Fearless Forensic Festival

    In its second year, the Yellow Springs Debate Team played host to 13 other schools in the first Fearless Forensic Festival, Saturday, Jan. 26. Lined up to present the awards are, from left, coach Brian Housh, and students Eva Vescio, Mackenzie Horton, Conor Anderson, Kian Barker, Miles Gilchrist, Payton Horton, Maggie Wright, Gini Meekin, Solan Palmer, Ashlyn Bailey, Luka Sage-Frabotta, Galen Sieck, Oliver Bahn and Sydney Roberts.

    Halls, rooms, chairs, nooks and crannies were filled to capacity at both the high school and grade school this last Saturday, Jan. 26, as Yellow Springs hosted its first ever speech and debate tournament, the Fearless Forensic Festival.

  • School board — District fundraiser to depart

    Dawn Boyer, the director of advancement for Yellow Springs Schools, is leaving her job at the end of her current contract, Aug. 1, according to a letter of resignation dated Jan. 4.

  • Village Council — Music festival gets OK to play late

    A local music festival will be able to rock out past 10 p.m., Council agreed at its Jan. 22 meeting.

  • Artists’ lasting legacy — Miller brothers at Herndon

    Local artists Jennifer Haack, left, and Faith Morgan, curated an exhibit highlighting the work and honoring the legacy of Dick and Nolan Miller, brothers who lived and taught in the village for more than 50 years and whose bequest started the Miller Fellows program. Some of Dick Miller’s charcoal drawings of rural scenes hang behind them. (Photo by Carla Steiger)

    Now hanging at the Herndon Gallery are sketches of nudes done with the sure hand of a master draftsman, dozens of ink sketches in small notebooks documenting the travels of the artist Dick Miller and charcoal sketches of farm scenes in rural Ohio.

    Meanwhile, in a small reading area, sits a desk and reading lamp along with a bookcase of the published works and favorite books of local author and longtime Antioch writing professor Nolan Miller.

  • Former villager pens children’s books

    Author and former Yellow Springs resident Fred Rexroad wrote the Whiz Tanner mystery series for kids, which is set in the very Yellow Springs-like fictional town of Jasper Springs. (Submitted photo)

    Jasper Springs, the imaginary setting for Fred Rexroad’s mystery book series for children, looks a lot like Yellow Springs.

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