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  • Pat Murphy

    Pat Murphy, of Yellow Springs, passed away at Soin Hospital on Oct. 1, 2021, from pneumonia. He was 82 years old. A full obituary will appear in an upcoming issue of the News.

  • Joseph L. Dowdell

    Joseph L. Dowdell, two-term mayor and longtime resident of Yellow Springs, passed away on Oct. 6, 2021, at Miami Valley Hospital, after a brief illness. He was 86.

  • Harold Grinnell Jr.

    Harold (Grinnie) Grinnell Jr., passed away quietly on Oct. 10, 2021, after a brief period of declining health. He was 97.

  • Pamela See-Dettorre

    Pamela Elaine See-Dettorre passed on Oct. 2, 2021, due to complications of West Nile Virus. She was 76.

  • Wellness Center reopens to Antioch students

    After being closed for over 18 months, the Antioch College Wellness Center has now reopened its doors to Antioch students.

  • 2021 Candidates Night Pt. 2 — Village Council & Mayor

    Tonight, on Wednesday, Oct. 20, from 7–9 p.m., the second of two Candidates Nights will be held in the Mills Lawn gymnasium. The 2021 election candidates participating in the first event are those running for Village Council and Mayor.

  • 2021 Candidates Night Pt. 1 — Yellow Springs Board of Education and Miami Township Trustees

    On Tuesday, Oct. 19, from 7–9 p.m., the first of two Candidates Nights will be held in the Mills Lawn gymnasium. The 2021 election candidates participating in the first event are those running for Yellow Springs School Board and Miami Township Trustee seats.

  • David R. Muffler

    Former Yellow Springs resident David R. Muffler died July 24, 2013, in Knoxville, Tenn.

  • Oct. 14, 2021 — Bulldog Sports Round-Up

    The McKinney Middle School and Yellow Springs High School boys and girls cross-country teams competed in two different venues on Saturday, Oct. 2.

  • YSDC puts Mills Lawn discussion on hold

    The Yellow Springs Development Corporation has deferred its plans “to help shape the future” of the Mills Lawn Elementary School property until after the November election, when voters decide the fate of a proposed levy to build a K–12 facility at the current location of the middle/high school campus.

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