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Apr
03
2020

Feature Photos Section

  • Issues with jail expansion

    On Thursday, March 5, members of Greene County Citizens Against the Giant Jail Tax held a press conference in front of the county courthouse in Xenia.

  • Peaceful assembly

    Mills Lawn School students sang, marched, spoke and celebrated during an assembly on the Civil Rights Movement on Thursday, Feb. 27, the culminating event of Black History Month at the local school.

  • Sapling

    Hosts Michele Burns and John DeWine, of Flying Mouse Farms, along with Tecumseh Land Trust volunteers, led tours demonstrating the sugaring process, culminating in a visit to the steam-filled sugar shack.

  • Of cabbages and spring

    While astronomical spring is still three weeks hence, what Yellow Springs Almanac writer Bill Felker calls “Community Spring” is here.

  • The big fix

    On Saturday, Feb. 15, the Repair Café returned to Yellow Springs.

  • Spring time

    Despite near-freezing temperatures at the surface, groundwater continued to bubble out at the village’s namesake on Saturday, Feb. 15, spawning icicles and other icy formations on frigid rocks.

  • Ten and under

    Johnathan Stillwell, Kayla Graham and Troy Lindsey perform in the comedy “Sultry,” written by villager Anthony Fife, in the 2020 10-Minute Play Festival.

  • Chili con carnival

    Stella Lieff stirred her savory entry at “Blue Stew,” a chili cook-off/talent show on Sunday, Feb. 2.

  • Running water

    While on a run earlier this month, local photographer Kathleen Galarza captured the movement of water in the Little Miami River by using a long exposure.

  • Suns past and present

    Summer’s long gone, but the seed head of a large sunflower was still beautifully intact — and observing its own shadow — at Agraria this week.