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Feature Photos Section :: Page 4

  • ‘S no joke

    Like much of Ohio, Yellow Springs was blanked with several inches of the fluffy white stuff, with more expected and colder temperatures to follow.

  • Taller by a hare

    The event was at Gaunt Park on Saturday, April 3, and included two egg hunts, for younger and older children, Peter Cottontail, treat bags for adults, live music and more.

  • Cover story

    “Looking Back, Looking Here, Looking Forward,” an art installation created by McKinney Middle School students, will be the headlining exhibition at The Orphanage gallery in Dayton through Sunday, March 21.

  • ‘Fight hate with love’

    Last weekend, local artist Pierre Nagley pasted a drawing of Emmitt Till on top of a Kieth’s Alley mural he painted last year of George Floyd that had been vandalized with white paint earlier in the week.

  • Flying saucer

    Nora Bongorno, front, Andorra Roberts and Hannah Parker sped down Gaunt Park hill as nature provided excellent sledding conditions on a not-too-cold Tuesday afternoon.

  • Christmas eve outside at the First Presbyterian Church

    Creche at the First Presbyterian Chuch, Christmas eve, Dec. 24. (Photo by Matt MInde)

    Visual artist Brian Millar created a creche in front of the First Presbyterian Church, which houses figures of the holy family made by his mother almost 70 years ago.

  • The powers that tree

    On the cold snowy evening of Dec. 1, Village leaders and a handful of onlookers gathered in the usual area to light the village holiday tree with strands of colorful lights.

  • Still as Glass

    Local photographer James Luckett captured the Glass Farm wetland at sunset on Sunday, Nov. 8. The eight-acre wetland, created by the Village from a detention basin, attracts wildlife and villagers alike. Ohio has lost 90% of its original wetlands.

  • Totally wired

    Fiber optic cables were strung through Kieth’s Alley this week as part of a Village project to provide free WiFi to the downtown area using around $50,000 in coronavirus relief funds

  • Wordwork

    Competitors from the McKinney Middle School and Yellow Springs High School Speech and Debate teams recently represented their schools at several online competitions, with all participating students winning awards.

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