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Apr
14
2024
village-life Section

Yellow Springs lost an additional 7.3 percent of its population in the last decade, continuing a 40-year population plummet.

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  • The Patterdale Hall Diaries | History repeating

    “This year I will be getting myself another knife; I have accepted that I have a knife habit. It is a fixed-blade all-rounder of a knife made by Helle of Norway, and it’s called ‘Sigmund,’ which is cute.”

  • News from the Past: March 2024

    Contributing writer Don Hollister dove into the YS News archives to uncover past articles and more in his most recent installment of his News from the Past column.

  • A village and a virus, four years on

    This year marks the fourth anniversary since the novel coronavirus began spreading uncontrollably throughout the world, shuttering businesses, upending routines, overwhelming hospitals and ultimately claiming the lives of over 1 million U.S. residents.

  • ‘Like a war zone’ | Yellow Springs residents remember the 1974 Xenia tornado

    This year, grim memories of the Xenia tornado turn 50. To mark the occasion, the News talked to several dozen current and former local residents who shared their stories of that fateful and fearful day, what came after and how they were — and continue to be — affected.

  • Viewing the 2024 Solar eclipse in Yellow Springs

    Totality of the Great Eclipse of 2017

    Information for anyone in the dark — pun intended — about the Great Eclipse of 2024, and what to do afterwards.

  • Weather-related closures and reschedulings

    A partial list of canceled or rescheduled events for Tuesday, April 2.

  • Seniors say ‘yes, and…’ to life

    Through exercises that build confidence, foster humility and sharpen wit, village resident and lifelong improv actor Justin Howard is teaching local seniors how to say “yes, and …” to life.

  • Free community meal welcomes all

    The locally based Beloved Community Project offers a free community meal the third Saturday of each month, noon–2 p.m., at First Presbyterian Church. The next meal is March 16.

  • Yellow Springs prepares for April 8 eclipse

    On Monday, April 8, Yellow Springs will have a front row view of a once-in-a-lifetime event of astronomical proportions: a total solar eclipse.

  • News from the Past: February 2024

    Contributing writer Don Hollister dove into the YS News archives to uncover past articles and more in his most recent installment of his News from the Past column.

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