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2020

Articles by Dylan Taylor-Lehman :: Page 10

  • McKinney students go ‘Into the Wild’ to bike, learn, bond

    McKinney Middle School students and staff led groups of students on a 53-mile bike ride last week as part of the “Into the Wild” immersive learning field trip. Students biked, canoed and camped their way from Yellow Springs to Loveland, learning about the Little Miami watershed and the Underground Railroad in the process. (Photos by Dylan Taylor-Lehman)

    Last week, approximately 65 students left the hallowed halls of McKinney Middle School on a 53-mile bike trip over three days as part of “Into the Wild,” a project-based learning (PBL) excursion.

  • Court on the field

    The 2016 Yellow Springs High School homecoming court was feted on Saturday, Oct. 1, just before the boys’ home soccer game against Franklin Monroe. Joe Plumer was crowned king; Christina Banks, queen. Pictured here, from left, are Elizabeth Smith (from behind), Aaron Stireman, Shekinah Williams, Joe Plumer, Christina Banks and Peter Day. (Photo by Dylan Taylor-Lehman)

    The 2016 Yellow Springs High School homecoming court was feted on Saturday, Oct. 1, just before the boys’ home soccer game against Franklin Monroe.

  • Village schools— New report card in context

    The state issued its 2015–16 district report card two weeks ago, and it received sound condemnation from Yellow Springs district Superintendent Mario Basora at the Yellow Springs Board of Education meeting on Sept. 8.

  • September 29, 2016 Bulldog sports round-up

    Yellow Springs Bulldog Madison Keller, #29, moves the ball, with teammates Reese Elam, #13, and Janine Stover, #12, at the ready. The girls soccer game was one of four athletic events hosted at YSHS last week, and was punctuated with mandatory water breaks due to the impressive late summer temperatures. While the Bulldogs put up a valiant fight, they were conquered by the Trojans, 7–1. (Photo By Dylan Taylor-Lehman)

    September 29, 2016 Bulldog sports round-up

  • Conference to shed light on aging

    “People want to be who they want to be,” said Karen Wolford, executive director of the Yellow Springs Senior Center.

  • Bulldog Sports — September 22, 2016

  • Villagers go to the dogs (and cats)

    YS PetNet’s Kari Barnes, Faye Wheeler and LaVena Lichtenfels shared a tent with Hansel and Gretel at a recent farmers’ market. PetNet is a local collective of animal foster homes for stray and abandoned cats and dogs. The terriers are two of the animals currently looking for a loving family. To date, the group has successfully found homes for 11 strays, and reunited three dogs with their owners. (Submitted Photo)

    On a recent weekend, two things happened at PetNet’s booth at the local farmers’ market that exemplify why the group was founded.

  • Village natives behind Dayton fest

    Memphis band Spaceface played in the fog of Dayton club Canal Public House as part of at last year’s Dayton Music, Art and Film Festival. Yellow Springs natives Connor Stratton and Nancy Jane Epling have been in charge of organizing the festival for the past two years. The festival includes 23 bands, numerous artists and film screenings. (Submitted photo)

    For the past six months, two Yellow Springs natives have been busy booking bands, soliciting artists and making oversized props. This is the second year that Connor Stratton and Nancy Jane Epling, who now live in Athens, Ohio, have organized the Dayton Music, Art and Film Festival, or DMAFF, and it’s been a nonstop but invigorating hustle.

  • September 18, 2016 Bulldog sports round-up

    September 18, 2016 Bulldog sports round-up

  • Matthew Kirk’s state senate campaign heads into fall

    Yellow Springs resident Matthew Kirk spoke to a supporter at a fundraiser he recently hosted in his backyard. Kirk is seeking a seat in Ohio’s state senate, representing the 10th district. A Democrat, Kirk is running against Republican Bob Hackett in a traditionally Republican district. It is Kirk’s first run for office. (Photo by Dylan Taylor-Lehman)

    Matthew and Kristina Kirk’s backyard was abuzz with family, fellow Democrats and a growing pile of items to be sold at an upcoming yard sale; the donations were collected to raise money for Matthew’s Ohio’s state senate run.