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Feature Photos Section :: Page 30

  • Merit-making

    (photo by Lauren Heaton)

    Yellow Springs High School announced recently that five of its students received National Merit recognition from their performance on the 2013 pre-SAT.

  • Water draw

    Jon Van Dommelen of the Ohio EPA giving a demonstration at the Yellow Springs wastewater plant on how to troubleshoot nitrification and denitrification with online nitrate and ammonium sensors. (photo by Diane Chiddister)

    About 70 southwestern Ohio water and wastewater treatment plant personnel, along with representatives from the Ohio EPA, attended the fall meeting of the Ohio Water Environment Association last Thursday, co-sponsored by YSI/Xylem and the Yellow Springs wastewater plant.

  • Sparking the revolution

    Third-year student Dustin Mapel welds the arm for the turbine in the campus shop, where YS Kids Playhouse was located over the summer. (Photo by Lauren Heaton)c

    As an extension of a Global Seminar on sustainable energy, Antioch College hosted a workshop last week on how to construct a wind turbine.

  • Climb for a cause

    About 90 people from the community and area emergency response agencies came to Antioch College for the Miami Township Fire-Rescue department’s first 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb on Saturday morning, Sept. 27. (Photos by Lauren Heaton)

    About 90 people from the community and area emergency response agencies came to Antioch College for the Miami Township Fire-Rescue department’s first 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb on Saturday morning, Sept. 27.

  • Music and community for healing

    Lindsay Folke, here with her four-year-old son Cooper, was diagnosed with an aggressive form of cervical cancer in June. Peach’s Grill, where Folke works, will host a benefit to raise money for Folke’s medical expenses on Saturday, Sept. 6, with live music from 2 p.m. to 2 a.m. (photo by Megan Bachman)

    Caring for a boisterous four-year-old while healthy is tough enough.
    This summer, 38-year-old single mother Lindsay Folke was so sick she couldn’t even walk down to the Corner Cone to get ice cream with her son, Cooper.

  • Cut and run

    College President Mark Roosevelt cut the ribbon, with the help of Chamber of Commerce President Lisa Goldberg and Village Council President Karen Wintrow, while Mayor Dave Foubert, left, looked on.

    Hundreds of villagers showed up last Saturday to the grand opening of the new Antioch College Wellness Center.

  • Well spring

    A free children’s yoga class was one activity offered during the grand opening of Mindfully Well, a new integrative health practice on the south end of the village. During the day, nearly 200 people visited the new center, owned by local psychologist Dr. Rose Mary Shaw, which will offer a variety of services including yoga, […]

  • Really digging it

    From left are Phil Tuesink of Huntington National Bank, Home, Inc. Executive Director Emily Seibel, Tom Ciresi of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Cincinnati (obscured), Council member Lori Askeland, Caleab Wyant, Council member Brian Housh, Erica Wyant, Calum Wyant, Lori Kuhn of the Morgan Family Foundation (obscured) and Ziven Wyant. (photo by Megan Bachman)

    Home, Inc., broke ground on the Village’s first public affordable housing project on Cemetery Street on Friday, Aug. 15, with future homeowners the Wyant family digging in along with project partners and Village Council members.

  • Suns rising

    Speaking Suns is, from left, David Byrne, Sam Salazar, Conor Stratton and Jacob Diebold. (photo by Megan Bachman)

    Local indie rock band Speaking Suns is gearing up for a run of local shows in support of the upcoming release of the band’s first EP, Vanishing Country. They play at Gilly’s in Dayton on Aug. 22 with the Motel Beds, at Peach’s Grill in Yellow Springs on Aug. 29 and at the Quonset Hut […]

  • Books and more books

    A great display of books, old and new, at the corner of Walnut and Elm streets. (submitted photo by Kate Mooneyham)

    Still more beautiful summer weather last Saturday was good news for the annual Yellow Springs Book Fair, which was in its 34th year. The 25 booksellers who displayed their wares reported good sales, according to Kate Mooneyham of Dark Star Books, which sponsored the event. Booksellers came from Dayton, Troy and Columbus, among other locations. […]