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From The Print Last Week Section :: Page 59

  • Tony Bent Memorial

    A memorial for Tony Bent will be held at the Vernet Ecological Center on Saturday, Feb. 15, beginning at 2 p.m.

  • Elder Stories: Painter Jack Merrill

    Merrill is known by some in the village as a quiet and tenacious artist who painted exuberantly, if privately, through nearly five decades of living and working in Yellow Springs.

  • ‘Food is medicine’— Clem & Thyme expands

    The founder of Clem & Thyme Nutrition and Wellness wants it all. Leslie Edmunds, a self-described dreamer, is expanding her practice, with plans to grow even more in the future.

  • Review— Speaking Suns breaks the silence

    Art ought to speak some semblance of truth to power. And with the release of their newest record, “Terrestrial Year,” Yellow Springs-based band Speaking Suns does exactly that.

  • Village Council— Fee waivers for Home, Inc.

    In a split decision at its Feb. 3 regular meeting, Village Council granted Home, Inc. tap fee waivers for the group’s planned senior apartment building.

  • School board’s 2020 roles stay same

    The Yellow Springs school board’s first meeting of the new year opened with the swearing in of Sylvia Ellison and TJ Turner.

  • Returning villager leads Presbyterians

    The Reverend Daria Schaffnit’s journey to fulfill her calling has led her back to Yellow Springs, where she hopes her work with the First Presbyterian Church will have a positive impact on the community.

  • From the Archives: The winter the tower exploded

    On Sunday, Jan. 31, 1977, the water tower at Gaunt Park — there was only one then — had blown a seam and released a million gallons of water into the park.

  • Village Council— Energy credit sale considered

    For every one-megawatt hour of green energy the Village of Yellow Springs purchases, it receives one Renewable Energy Certificate, or REC. And with a portfolio that is 83% renewables, on the open market, the Village’s RECs could yield about $100,000 per year.

  • 10-Minute Play Festival honors villager

    The festival will be Friday–Saturday, Feb. 7–8, at 8 p.m., at the First Presbyterian Church. Tickets will be available at the door and cost $12 or $10 with a non-perishable food item.

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