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Mar
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2020

From The Print Section :: Page 474

  • Bulldog Sports

    With a steady third singles player and an elegant team with strong resolve, the Yellow Springs tennis squad turned out two wins against Xenia Christian and Cedarville and a loss to Miami Valley in the opening week of play.

  • Visiting Buddhist nuns seek help for Nepali girls at risk

    As a girl growing up in Nepal, Sister Dhamma Vijaya saw few opportunities. Most girls were not educated. She was expected to marry by 15, then leave her parents’ home for the home of her husband’s family, where she would have little power.

  • FCC sticks with 3-story plan

    Yellow Springs residents filled Council chambers at the Bryan Community Center for the March 24 meeting of the Yellow Springs Planning Commission, expecting a public hearing on the Friends Care Community’s proposal for use of the Barr property for moderately priced senior apartments.

  • Early music renaissance in village

    Pat Olds first started the Early Music Center in Yellow Springs in 1979 shortly after learning she had multiple sclerosis. A professional cellist, she was devastated that she could no longer perform for an audience. But she soon found that she could still play the viola da gamba,…

  • Negotiations between ACCC and university come to a halt

    Negotiations between Antioch University and the Antioch College Continuation Corporation, or ACCC, came to an end Friday, March 28, when the university did not respond to the deadline set by ACCC for a response to its final offer to purchase the college.

  • Soccer Inc. camps to start in June

    Yellow Springs Soccer Inc. (YSSI) will host summer soccer camps during the week of June 16–20 for kids in Yellow Springs and surrounding areas. This will be the third year for these locally held soccer camps.

  • Spring recreational soccer to begin

    The Yellow Springs recreational soccer program will begin its spring season on Saturday, April 5. Players who participated in the fall season will remain on the same teams. Coaches will contact the players for practice prior to the start of the season.

  • William E. (Bill) Hoag

    William E. (Bill) Hoag, 60, of Xenia, passed away Thursday, February 7, 2008, at Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton. He was born October 14, 1947, in New Burlington, Ohio, the son of Richard E. and Ruth (Sparrow) Hoag.

  • Gretta Scott

    Gretta Marie Scott died peacefully at Friends Care Center in Yellow Springs on Saturday, March 30. She finally joined the love of her life, her late husband James Earl “Dud” Scott Jr., in heaven. She was 74.

  • Gertrude Lucas Churchman

    Gertrude Lucas Coleman Churchman, former Yellow Springs resident, died Wednesday, March 20. The youngest of five children, Gertrude was born in Meridian, Miss., to Daniel Lucas and Minnie Lucas Bookman, of Chicago, Ill.