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Sep
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2020

Articles by Matt Minde

More Articles by Matt Minde
  • Comet NEOWISE on northwestern horizon

    Comet NEOWISE, photographed by John Chumack in July, 2020

    It isn’t every day that Earth is visited by cosmic travelers. But if you haven’t already, you can catch a glimpse of one as it is revealed by our sun.

  • Test post about elephants.

    Elephant test

    This is simply a test about elephants.

  • Snow pack

    Pictured decorating the window at Yellow Springs Hardware are members and parents from Cub Scout Pack #578, from left, John Hempfling with son Rocket Cowperthwaite, Monica Bellant and daughter Harper Seybold, and Leslie Roeth, whose son Otono was nearby. Their winter theme included snow camping. (Photo by Matt Minde)

    On Friday, Nov. 22, members of the Yellow Springs Cub Scout Pack 578 were spotted decorating a window at Yellow Springs Hardware.

  • Projects learned: 2019 PBL Exhibition Night at YSHS/McKinney

    New at this year's PBL exhibit is music teacher Brian Mayer’s “Non-Traditional Instrumental Music Class” for 7th- and 8th-graders. The large drumming circle used buckets as well as traditional percussion instruments. (Photo by Matt Minde)

    Yellow Springs High School and McKinney Middle School students presented their work to the public at the fall PBL Exhibition Night Monday, Nov. 25.

  • Pride, no prejudice

    Hundreds of marchers took to the streets for the Yellow Springs Pride march as an estimated 5,000 from all around the region joyfully celebrated diversity. (Photo by Matt Minde)

    June’s Pride month was capped off by a colorful parade around the village downtown area.

  • Kathleen Ann Evans

    Kathleen Ann Evans (Kathi Young), 76, of Hudson, Ohio, passed away peacefully on Monday, June 24, at Friends Care Center in Yellow Springs.

  • PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING AGENDA

    Monday, May 13, 2019 at 7 p.m., Council Chambers, Bryan Center

  • Adventures of an archivist — Letting the volumes speak

    Greene County Archivist Robin Heise flips through property records detailing all the plots of land owned by Yellow Springs founding father William Mills in the 19th century. (Photo by Lauren “Chuck” Shows)

    There’s hidden treasure in Xenia, if you know where to look. Under the unassuming green awning is the Greene County Archives. That name might not suggest intrigue, but for those with a passion for the past and with no fear of digging, it can be a trove of historical exploration.

  • Small change—the sudden popularity of the ‘tiny, tiny house’ movement

    One of the half-dozen tiny, tiny houses springing up in backyards and front lawns all over the village. Its occupant is safely ensconced inside. (Submitted photo)

    Make some room, but not too much, for the Tiny, Tiny House movement.

  • PUBLIC MEETINGS

    VILLAGE OF YELLOW SPRINGS