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Articles About WYSO :: Page 4
By Virgil HerveySeptember 25, 2008
When he was a student at Antioch College, Steve Schwerner was sure to get co-ops that would bring him back to his hometown, New York City, so he could hang out in jazz clubs as much as possible.
By Diane ChiddisterApril 24, 2008
In recent weeks concerns have heightened among supporters of WYSO Public Radio that Antioch University intends to sell the radio station, and a statement by university leaders that they plan to keep the station has not been convincing, according to several radio activists.
2020 LWV Voters Guide
The Ohio League of Women Voters 2020 Voters Guide is available in the Oct. 15 edition of the News, and also online. Click here to view.
Senior Center reopening halted
The Senior Center announced on Oct. 16 that it would halt its reopening, planned for Monday, Oct. 19, due to the elevation of Greene County to level 3, or “red,” by the Ohio Public Health Advisory System.
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- COVID-19 update— For first time, Greene is ‘red’
- Village Comprehensive Land Use Plan— Parking, Glass Farm changes
- Yellow Springs Schools— Online instruction set to continue
- COVID-19 update— Cases rise in Greene County
- Senior Center to reopen Monday
- Voting begins for Nov. 3 election
- Antioch University Midwest absorbed, building for sale
- Gary waves goodbye— Wavelength Salon & Spa closes after 27 years
- Little Thunders— As the thunder rolls, reflections and questions
- Fire station sale still pending