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Aug
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2020

From The Print Section :: Page 489

  • ‘Antique Power’ chugs to 20

    How does one go from being an aerospace engineer at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base to the publisher of an antique tractor magazine? This is a question Patrick Ertel has been asked repeatedly over the last 19 years. But wait! It gets better.

  • Levy, Neuhardt, Sutton, Obama win

    On Election Day Yellow Springs voters came through for local schools, local candidates and Senator Barack Obama. The renewal permanent improvement levy for the Yellow Springs school district sailed to victory, unlike school levies in most Greene County towns that went down in defeat.

  • Alumni pledge to keep Antioch College going, independent

    The Antioch College Alumni Board came out fighting at last weekend’s meeting in Yellow Springs, throwing its collective weight — the group represents 18,000 college alumni — behind efforts to keep Antioch College open regardless of the outcome of the ongoing negotiations…

  • Bulldog Sports Roundup

    Yellow Springs High School and McKinney School celebrated the success and hard work of their athletes at the winter sports awards ceremony last week on Thursday, Feb. 28. Members from the girls and boys basketball and swimming teams and the cheerleading squads were honored.

  • Martha Derrick

    Martha J. “Marty” Derrick of Xenia died Tuesday, Feb. 26, at the Greenewood Manor. She was 84. She was born March 31, 1923, in Yellow Springs, the daughter of Elias and Katie (Stull) Harness.

  • Milkshake for McCain at Young’s

    Presidential hopeful John McCain stopped in at Young’s Jersey Dairy just after noon on Wednesday, Feb. 20, long enough to order an eggnog bull shake and make a 15-minute stump speech on the highlights of his Ohio campaign.

  • MTFR learns from recovery

    At their Feb. 20 meeting, Miami Township Fire and Rescue Chief Colin Altman told the Township Trustees that a recent search operation in the Clifton Gorge nature preserve had helped him identify a number of areas for the department to work on.

  • Sidewalk law to be enforced

    At their Feb. 19 meeting, Yellow Springs Village Council members agreed to start enforcing the Village’s sidewalk ordinance this summer by replacing substandard sidewalks along the east side of Xenia Avenue between Herman Street and downtown.

  • Negotiations continue between AC3 and board of trustees

    Negotiations are continuing between the Antioch Continuation Corporation, or AC3, and the Antioch University board of trustees, according to both AC3 and board spokespersons this week. And while each passing week makes more challenging the AC3 goal of achieving independence…

  • ‘Velveteen Rabbit’ comes alive at MLS

    You thought YS Kids Playhouse events only took place in the summer? Think again! YSKP is moving into the schools. On March 6–9, third through sixth graders at Mills Lawn School will perform Mary Kay Clark’s original theatrical adaptation of the children’s story, The Velveteen Rabbit…