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"Over the Town," Marc Chagall, 1918. (Via Wikiart.org)

First Lines — Of memory, hiding and identity

What happens to those who came before us also happens to us. In a poem by villager Maxine Skuba, world history and personal history touch hands.

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Web Features
  • The Yellow Springs Kids Playhouse will perform “Bonanza Valley!” at the Antioch College Foundry Theater. Show dates are set for July 10, 11 and 13 at 7:30 p.m. and July 14 at 3 p.m. This production marks the 25th anniversary for YSKP. (Submitted Photo)

    YSKP brings back the old West

    “Bonanza Valley!” is anything but the typical “cowboys and Indians” narrative. Instead, the YSKP play retells the story of the Western frontier in a way that explores and challenges “Old West” traditions of property, power and gender. It runs through Sunday.

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  • EDITORIAL — A national shame

    Read last week’s editorial on migrant detention camps and learn about a nationwide candlelight vigil to close the camps on Friday, July 12.

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  • Antioch to host 2nd annual talk named in honor of ’49 alum A. Leon Higginbotham

    Antioch College alumna LaShann DeArcy Hall, United States District Judge for the Eastern District of New York, will be guest speak at Antioch’s second annual talk named in honor of the late Honorable A. Leon Higginbotham, Antioch class of 1949, on Friday, July 12, in the Wellness Center’s South Gym, on campus.

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  •   Lending local farmers a hand

    Yellow Springs Farmers Market coordinator Michele Burns sold maple syrup at her stall at the weekly market earlier this season. More recently, her Flying Mouse Farms booth has also featured greens, beets, broccoli and cauliflower. Burns sees the farmers market as a key part of the local food system. (Photo by Luciana Lieff)Over the last few weeks, the News interviewed farmers who raise livestock and grow produce for the local market. They spoke to the joys and challenges of farming, both brought into sharper detail with this season’s stormy weather. This week, the News covers what local organizations are doing to grow the local food movement.

  •   Yellow Springer Tees is open

    The father-daughter team of Mark and Morgan Heise opened the doors to Yellow Springer Tees & Promotions on June 3. Three weeks and one Street Fair later, the business is doing better than ever as a brick-and-mortar shop. (Photo by Reilly Dixon)In downtown Yellow Springs, business is often a family affair. Yellow Springer Tees & Promotions, one of the village’s newest shops, makes no exception.

  •   Bugs life: EnviroFlight’s open house

    EnviroFlight CEO Liz Koutsos spoke to local residents and area officials at a tour of the company’s facility in Yellow Springs last Tuesday. About 40 local residents attended the event, which ended in a gathering at the nearby YS Brewery. (Photo by Audrey Hackett)EnviroFlight CEO Liz Koutsos spoke to local residents and area officials at a tour of the company’s facility in Yellow Springs last Tuesday.

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  •   William M. ‘Bill’ Tinker

    William M. ‘Bill’ TinkerCommander William M. “Bill” Tinker (U.S. Navy, retired) died peacefully on July 8, 2019, at his home in Yellow Springs.

  •   Kim Rose Korkan

    Kim Rose KorkanKim Rose Korkan, 62, passed away at home on Tuesday, July 9, surrounded by loved ones. For the past 12 years, she had been dealing with an aggressive form of Parkinson’s Disease,

  •   Kathleen Ann Evans

    Kathleen Ann EvansKathleen Ann Evans (Kathi Young), 76, of Hudson, Ohio, passed away peacefully on Monday, June 24, 2019, at Friends Care Center in Yellow Springs.

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