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Articles by Carol Simmons :: Page 18
The two people killed in a shooting outside a private home on Grinnell Road on Wednesday, Feb. 12, have been identified as the resident’s ex-wife, Cheryl Sanders, 59, and her husband, Robert R. Sanders, 56, Greene County Sheriff Gene Fischer announced in a press conference Thursday afternoon.
An ex-wife of the property owner on Grinnell Road, where a shooting Wednesday morning, Feb. 12, left two people dead, was one of the fatalities, according to Greene County Sheriff Gene Fischer.
The Yellow Springs school board’s first meeting of the new year opened with the swearing in of Sylvia Ellison and TJ Turner.
The Greene County Sheriff’s office is investigating a shooting on Grinnell Road, south of Yellow Springs, that left two people dead Wednesday morning, Feb. 12.
Members of the Yellow Springs High School cheerleading team and their coaches spent Sunday afternoon, Jan. 26, in Mills Lawn gym, leading a mini-camp for kindergarten through sixth graders in the basics of cheering.
The World House Choir is welcoming new singers as the Yellow Springs-based group begins rehearsals for spring performances, including the world premiere of a new choral work.
With the first half of the academic year under her belt, Elaina Vimmerstedt, the Antioch School’s new Younger Group teacher delights in the daily life of the 98-year-old independent elementary school off Corry Street.
District leaders are considering how best to move forward to address the identified problems in the local school buildings
Yellow Springs High School and McKinney Middle School students this year have the opportunity to participate in an after-school meditative practice on Mondays and a yoga group on Wednesdays, both part of a new mindfulness program that also serves as an alternative to detention for some students.
The shelves at Benzer Pharmacy, formerly Town Drug, are being restocked, and medication is reportedly coming in daily, after dwindling merchandise and delays in drug orders.