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Articles by Matt Minde :: Page 6

  • In their service

    Mills Lawn students honored veterans and current service members Monday, on the observed Veteran’s Day, by inviting them to a luncheon. Students gave readings on the history of the holiday, and the 5th- and 6th-grade choir sang the national anthem. The mood was celebratory, yet respectful. The table in the background was set and purposely left empty to remind the assemled of those veterans who had died or were otherwise unable to attend. Above, ????? ????????? reads about Armistice Day, which celebrated the end of World War I, and later became known as Veteran’s Day in the United States. (Photo by Matt Minde)

    Mills Lawn students honored veterans and current service members Monday, on the observed Veteran’s Day, by inviting them to a luncheon.

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  • One-horse town

    Baby D, aka Diablo, was the talk of the downtown Friday afternoon as he stopped foot traffic in front of Pangaea and Dark Star Books. (Photo by Matt Minde)

    Baby D, aka Diablo, was the talk of the downtown Friday afternoon as he stopped foot traffic in front of Pangaea and Dark Star Books.

  • September 14, 2017 Bulldog Sports Round-up

    Junior Alex Ronnebaum went up for a block during the Yellow Springs High School girls varsity volleyball team’s three-set win over visiting Middletown Christian on Sept. 5. Ronnebaum — who has yet to commit a service error this season — served for seven points, six aces, and contributed seven kills, two blocks and four digs in the Bulldog victory. (Photo by Zack Brintlinger-Conn)

    September 14, 2017 Bulldog Sports Round-up

  • Village Council Regular Meeting

    Tuesday, September 5, 2017, 6 p.m.

  • Ordinance enacting new chapter 882 entitled “lodging excise tax”

    ORDINANCE 2017-14, VILLAGE OF YELLOW SPRINGS, OHIO

  • There goes the sun …

    Rebecca Holihan uses a pane of glass covered in candle soot to view the Great Eclipse of 2017 at Gaunt Park. (Photo by Matthew Collins)

    Yellow Springers — and most of the United States — spent Monday afternoon staring up at a waning midday sun as the moon moved across its face.

  • Friends Music Camp, Godzilla come to town

    Campers from Friends Music Camp marched down Xenia Avenue last year before the camp’s annual concert in Yellow Springs to benefit Glen Helen. This year’s concert will be Saturday, July 29, at the Foundry Theater on Antioch College campus. Tickets are $10, with a $4 discount for students. Children 3 and younger will be admitted free of charge. (Archive Photo by Matt Minde)

    One of the threads that runs through Friends Music Camp, now in its 37th year — and its second located on the campus of Earlham College — is Godzilla, instructor, counselor and ex-camper Rory Papania said.

  • Orchestrating support

    A capacity crowd turned out for the annual Friends Music Camp benefit concert for Glen Helen, which took place last Saturday, July 29, at the Foundry Theater. Both campers and camp staffers performed a varied program ranging from Wagner to Gershwin, including American folk music, jazz and original compositions. The event raised more than $2,140 for the Glen, with checks still coming in. (Photo by Matt Minde)

    A capacity crowd turned out for the annual Friends Music Camp benefit concert for Glen Helen, which took place last Saturday, July 29, at the Foundry Theater.

  • Fourth of July: Crowds, not clouds

    The 2017 Fourth of July Parade, from the back. (Photo by Matt Minde)

    Clouds threatened rain, but that didn’t stop hundreds of villagers who lined Xenia Avenue downtown Tuesday for the annual Fourth of July parade.

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