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  • Way Back Wednesday — Nov. 3, 1960

    Richard Nixon, U.S. vice president and Republican candidate for the presidency, campaigns in Springfield in 1960.

    Welcome to Way Back Wednesday, a series of posts that look back into the stacks of the YS News. Today’s post — from the Nov. 3, 1960 issue — is a little off date-wise, but this is the internet, a virtual Wild West where anything goes. So cut loose, and dive back into the past with us.

  • Way Back Wednesday — Oct. 25, 2001

    Welcome to Way Back Wednesday, a series of posts that dip into the archives at the YS News to bring a little nostalgia to the midweek slump. Today’s post comes from the Oct. 25, 2001 issue of the News.

  • Way Back Wednesday — Oct. 18, 1989

    Welcome to Way Back Wednesday, a series of posts that take a glance through the bound archives at the YS News.

  • Way Back Wednesday — Oct. 11, 1967

    Welcome to the inaugural Way Back Wednesday, the first in a series of posts that take a glance into the archives of the YS News.

  • News to close Monday for solar eclipse — and eclipse tips

    Yellow Springs will experience a partial eclipse of the sun at around 2:28 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 21.

    As most news outlets have been reporting feverishly in the last few weeks, parts of the U.S. will experience a total solar eclipse of the sun on Monday, Aug. 21. The YS News office will be closed for the day.

  • Musical duo to examine love, relationships, sexism — by way of Baroque

    "At a Crossroad: Live, Love or Die?" will be performed Thursday, Aug. 10, at the Senior Center.

    You might not consider classical music as a tool for examining sexism; that’s quite alright for Cleveland-based duo Burning River Baroque, who will be more than happy to show you it can be done.

  • Meteor shower to hit peak this weekend

    This month, the Earth makes its annual trip through the path of Comet Swift-Tuttle, the debris from which causes the brightest and most prolific meteor shower of the year: the Perseids. The shower will be at its most prolific this weekend, and two viewing opportunities in and near the village have been planned

  • Final Community Pulse Discussion to be held

    Community members are invited to join Yellow Springs Schools on Aug. 12 for the final planned Community Pulse Discussion on school facilities for the summer.

  • Rediscovered guide to lead hikers through Glen, history

    This weekend, hikers will get the chance to travel through a bit of Glen Helen history, following a recently rediscovered scripted guide to the Inman Trail that’s nearly 60 years old.

  • Get a fix at the inaugural Repair Café

    The second Repair Café will be held Saturday, Sept 23, at the Bryan Center.

    Have you got a lamp that won’t light? A toaster that won’t toast? A radio that won’t play? Don’t throw them away — bring them to the Repair Café.

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