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2024

Feature Photos Section :: Page 58

  • A festive 4th of July

    Spectators check out a vintage motorcycle as it drives through town during the annual 4th of July parade. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    Villagers and visitors alike lined Xenia avenue on Sunday afternoon for the annual 4th of July parade. A steady stream of antique cars, patriotic musicians, youth groups, community organizations, police cars and firetrucks came through downown. Children scattered through the streets in pursuit of candy, and water gun-toting teens drenched onlookers. See more photos of the holiday’s festivities in the upcoming print edition of the News.

  • Owl in a day’s work

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  • All the cool is in the pool

    Gaunt Park pool was a popular place on Friday, June 25, for both Yellow Springers and area residents.

  • Writing about music…

    A mixed crowd of adults and children watched attentively as the dancers lunged up the library's front steps with colorful umbrellas as props. (Photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    A mixed crowd of adults and children watched attentively as dancers lunged up the library’s front steps with colorful umbrellas as props.

  • This portrait’s free for an old classmate

    Village filmmaker Joe Lurie was in Kieth's Alley on his way to work at The Winds on Wednesday when he ran into former YSHS classmate Aaron Zaremsky, who was scouting suitable photo subjects. Joe said he'd pose for $20, but he ended up doing it for free. Aaron, just graduated from Kenyon College, is doing freelance photography for the News.

    Village filmmaker Joe Lurie, on his way to work at The Winds, posed against a Kieth’s Alley mural for his former Yellow Springs High School classmate Aaron Zaremsky, who was scouting the village for suitable photo subjects. Lurie said he’d pose for $20, but he ended up doing it for free.

  • Got Grampa by the tail

    An unseasonably warm sunny day Tuesday brought villagers out to the streets, including Romy Farrar and her ferret, Grampa, who were relaxing in the pocket park between the Emporium and the Senior Center. Romy has had Grampa for two years, and he enjoys getting petted by friends and passersby.

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  • Fire station celebrates new engine

    At Tuesday's open house, Miami Township firefighters carried on the tradition of pushing the new firetruck into its bay at the station. Assistant Chief Denny Powell drove the truck.

    Miami Township Fire Department officials held an open house on Tuesday to celebration the arrival of their new engine, the station’s first in 14 years.

  • Don’t worry, it’s been fed…

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  • Purchase News photographs

    Copies of all photographs taken by Yellow Springs News staff on the Web site and in the print edition may be purchased from the Yellow Springs News; please contact us via e-mail at ysnews@ysnews.com, or by phone, between 9:30 a.m. and 5: 30 p.m., Monday–Friday.

  • Spring!

    Kids leap into the blue spring sky

    It might be the weather, it might be youth, but the combination proved irresistible last Sunday morning.

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