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  • ‘Like a war zone’ | Yellow Springs residents remember the 1974 Xenia tornado

    This year, grim memories of the Xenia tornado turn 50. To mark the occasion, the News talked to several dozen current and former local residents who shared their stories of that fateful and fearful day, what came after and how they were — and continue to be — affected.

  • Off line

    A storm that passed over the village during a tornado warning early Wednesday morning, Feb. 28, resulted in a loss of electric power throughout Yellow Springs, beginning at about 4:30 a.m.

  • Light show

    Late in the evening of Friday, June 18, a turbulent storm blew through the region. The National Weather Service issued tornado warnings for several areas throughout Southwestern Ohio, including Greene County.

  • A tornadic near-miss Monday

    Around 11 p.m. on Monday, May 27, Yellow Springs residents were roused from their beds by the whine of tornado sirens as the National Weather Service issued a tornado emergency for Yellow Springs.

  • Couple saved in morning fire

    Lightning was the likely cause of an early morning house fire Tuesday, May 28, that sent three Yellow Springs residents to the hospital, fire Chief Colin Altman said this week.

  • Yellow Springs missed by tornado, hit by hail

    Village resident Bryan Cady holds two large hailstones that landed on his back porch Monday evening.

    Extreme weather on Monday evening, May 27, put a damp and scary ending to the Memorial Day holiday weekend.

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