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Articles by Matt Minde :: Page 2

  • Celebration of life for Carolina Carpenter

    A celebration of life for Carolina Carpenter will be held Saturday, March 30, 11 a.m.–2 p.m., in the Mills Park Hotel.

  • Florence M. Scheper

    Florence M. Scheper, of Kettering and formerly of Yellow Springs, passed away on Thursday, March 14, 2019. She was 92.

  • PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING AGENDA

    ORDINANCE 2019-06, VILLAGE OF YELLOW SPRINGS, OHIO

  • Figures of speech — the first Fearless Forensic Festival

    In its second year, the Yellow Springs Debate Team played host to 13 other schools in the first Fearless Forensic Festival, Saturday, Jan. 26. Lined up to present the awards are, from left, coach Brian Housh, and students Eva Vescio, Mackenzie Horton, Conor Anderson, Kian Barker, Miles Gilchrist, Payton Horton, Maggie Wright, Gini Meekin, Solan Palmer, Ashlyn Bailey, Luka Sage-Frabotta, Galen Sieck, Oliver Bahn and Sydney Roberts.

    Halls, rooms, chairs, nooks and crannies were filled to capacity at both the high school and grade school this last Saturday, Jan. 26, as Yellow Springs hosted its first ever speech and debate tournament, the Fearless Forensic Festival.

  • Village schools closed Thursday, Jan. 31

    Subzero temperatures and fine dry snow blew across fields Wednesday morning, Jan. 30. The weather caused schools and businesses to close. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    Village schools, the Antioch School, the Community Children’s Center and Friends Preschool will all be closed on Thursday, Jan. 30, due to continuing extreme low temperatures. 

  • March fit for a King

    Villagers once again braved one of the colder days of the year to march in commemoration of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., and in support of his ideals. (Photo by Matt Minde)

    Villagers once again braved one of the colder days of the year to march in commemoration of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.

  • Super Blood Wolf Moon over the village

    The Super Blood Wolf Moon, captured at around 11:50 p.m., Jan. 20–21. This full lunar eclipse — the last one until May, 2021 — lived up to its lengthy monicker in several ways.(Photo by Matt Minde)

    The first — and final — full lunar eclipse of 2019 appeared overhead in the hours between Jan. 20 and 21.

  • Mahler’s “Titan” to be performed at the Foundry Saturday, Nov. 17

    Perhaps the most famous association with Mahler's Symphony No. 1 is that of the whimsical engraving "The Hunter's Funeral Procession," cut in 1850 by Austrian artist Moritz von Schwind.

    The YSCO, under the direction of James Johnston, will present Mahler’s Symphony No. 1, “Titan” Saturday, Nov. 17, at 7:30 p.m., at Antioch College’s Foundry Theater.

  • Michael Hitchcock

    Michael Hitchcock

    Michael Hitchcock, a longtime resident of the village, died on Nov. 1, 2018.

  • Bringing peace to all

    The 15-year-old weekly Saturday morning peace vigil at the intersection of Limestone Street and Xenia Avenue was elevated by the voices of more than 80 singers intoning a simple round to the words, “Hate has no home here.” The singers, all of them women, were participants in the annual Midwest regional Threshold Choir gathering. (Photo by Matt Minde)

    The 15-year-old weekly Saturday morning peace vigil at the intersection of Limestone Street and Xenia Avenue was elevated by the voices of more than 80 singers, participants in the annual Midwest regional Threshold Choir gathering.