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From The Print Last Week Section
The letter from the school board, which is addressed to trustees Chris Mucher, Marilan Moir and Don Hollister, expresses disappointment that plans for the levy were not shared or discussed with the school district and Village government before action was taken, citing a reported agreement between the governmental bodies to do so.
A recent funding allocation of $566,000 from the Ohio state capital budget has provided an opportunity for WYSO to strengthen its local presence in Yellow Springs and its listening audience in the greater Miami Valley region.
Greene County is among 48 other counties in the state with a high designation amid the spread of the highly contagious Omicron subvariants BA.4 and BA.5.
For the third week in a row, Greene County is listed as having a “high” community level for COVID-19 by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or CDC, according to its most recent weekly update, released Thursday, July 21.
Com’s restaurant, MaJaGa Bar and Jazz Club, the Union House Hotel — these are all businesses that thrived in the Yellow Springs of yesteryear.
Voters in Yellow Springs — located in the 10th District comprising the 441, 442 and 443 precincts — will help decide election outcomes in special primaries on Tuesday, Aug. 2.
Jennifer Sharp’s film “Una Great Movie” debuted digitally this month on Amazon. The film, which the village native wrote, directed and edited, was shot primarily on an island in Mexico to which Sharp has strong personal ties.
Elves must have visited Gaunt Park this week. The T-ball infield looked professionally maintained starkly different than last week’s muddy swamp. We send our gratitude to those elves.
In a presentation made at the YS Development Corporation’s July 5 meeting, villager Dirk Lackovich-Van Gorp asked the organization, amid a months-long process to determine the organization’s future direction, to consider affordable housing as it continues its deliberations.
The majority of comments from the public, including letters that had been submitted by those who could not attend, focused on the physical safety of students in consideration of the deadly May shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas.