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Pioneering proto-punk singer-songwriter Jonathan Richman will take the stage at the Antioch College Foundry Theater for an intimate, acoustic performance on Tuesday, Feb. 27. Tickets can be purchased at (Submitted photo by DrielyS)

Jonathan Richman to perform at Foundry Theater

The Foundry Theater at Antioch College continues its 2023–24 live performance series on Tuesday, Feb. 27, when famed singer-songwriter and cult icon Jonathan Richman takes the stage for a bare-bones, acoustic set.

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  •   Nipper’s Corner under new ownership

    The Patels, hailing from Waynesville and already seasoned in the gas station business, told the News this week that they bring with them a commitment to community and a vision to transform Nipper’s Corner into a hub — and market.

  •   Batter up at Nukes Warehouse

    The newest tenant at Millworks is sure to be a big hit in Yellow Springs. Coming soon to the industrial park is Nukes Warehouse, a nearly 7,000-square-foot professional baseball and softball training facility.

  •   New Chamber of Commerce chair, upcoming events slated

    Area resident and co-owner of the Mills Park Hotel Alex Price, has taken charge of the Chamber as its new board chair. Price, 34, succeeds Mark Heise, whose three-year term expired in December.

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  •   Down to Earth | Bobcats and coyotes and foxes: Oh, yes!

    "Their presence signals that the environment is healthy enough to support these creatures, which they in turn help to maintain through their regulation of prey populations."

  •   Local, state deer population mounts

    Yellow Springs resident and professor of biological sciences at Wright State University Don Cipollini told the News last week that there are currently around 800,000 deer in the state.

  •   ODNR to lead annual winter hike

    Two geese enjoy the view of the Little Miami River from a moss-covered rock at the Clifton Gorge State Nature Preserve. The gorge's Nature Center opens for the season on Sunday, April 4. (Photo by Lauren Heaton)Naturalists with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources will lead the annual six-mile winter hike through John Bryan State Park and Clifton Gorge State Nature Preserve on Saturday, Feb. 10.

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  •   Lois Pelekoudas

    Lois (Morrell) Pelekoudas, born Sept. 1, 1935, in Cherokee Hills, Wisconsin, passed away peacefully on Feb. 15, 2024, in Springfield, Ohio.

  •   Joseph O’Connor

    Joseph E. O’Connor, age 86, of Yellow Springs, Ohio, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2024, at Friends Community Care Center.

  •   Jane Hill Baker

    Jane Hill Baker (Submitted photo by Pris Baker, Ithaca, NY)Jane Hill Baker, long-time resident of Yellow Springs, died Feb. 12, 2024, at Friends Care Community Center. She was 89.

  •   Fairl Zurbuchen

    Fairl (Eagle) Zurbuchen, 84, of Yellow Springs, Ohio, died at home Dec. 22, 2023, after living a long, energetic, very active and fulfilling life.

  •   Carla Scherr

    Carla Ruth Cunningham Scherr, 61, of Woodbridge, Virginia, passed away Saturday, Jan. 27, 2024, in Bethesda, Maryland.

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  •   Bulldog Sports Round-Up | Feb. 9, 2024

    Though the McKinney Bulldogs fell 12–45 to rivals Dayton Christian on Thursday, Feb. 1, the girls finished their season on a high note with a 20–19 win against Dominion on Saturday, Feb. 3 — a major victory for both the season and for the team’s last several years.

  •   Bulldog Sports Round-Up | Jan. 26, 2024

    The McKinney Bulldogs girls team weathered “another tough game” Thursday, Jan. 18, according to Coach Rena Balzer this week, falling to Middletown Christian, 7–42, at home.

  •   Bulldog Sports Round-Up | Jan. 19, 2024

    The Yellow Springs High School boys varsity basketball team prevailed against Jefferson High on Tuesday, Jan. 9, winning 47–44 away.

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