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Maya Trujillo, left, and Kayla Graham hold one of the aerial fabrics they will use in their upcoming aerial movement classes. Before beginning eight-week class sessions, the two plan to hold drop-in classes for those interested to get a feel for aerial fabric and practice simple, basic movements. (Photo by Lauren “Chuck” Shows)

Local duo to debut aerial classes

On March 27, villagers Maya Trujillo and Kayla Graham will begin offering aerial movement classes at the Wellness Center, where folks can learn to hoist themselves high via aerial fabrics.

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  • Donate to relocation fund for East Palestine family

    Following a Feb. 3 freight train derailment that was carrying hazardous materials, and a resulting chemical spill in East Palestine, Ohio, village resident Jenny Johnson established a fundraiser to help relocate a family who lived a quarter mile away from the wreckage.

  • Students of the Month | March 2023

    YS Schools announced the March recipients of student and faculty awards at the March 9 Board of Education meeting.

  • Global flavors at MAZU restaurant

    Officially opening Friday, March 24, at 11 a.m., MAZU features a menu without borders, a menu influenced by Taiwanese, Israeli and South Indian culture, reflecting the cultural backgrounds of the three owners

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Arts (archives)

  •   Building Community | A lifetime at the movies

    Jenny Cowperthwaite Ruka's longevity at the the Little Art Theatre— her “continuity of experience,” as she called it —  helped make it a welcoming place for community members over the years, no matter the changes to policy, practice or even the theater’s physical space.

  •   Emergent Verse | A poetry workshop

    Banner for column "Emergent Verse" by Ed Davis"Poet and Yellow Springs resident Maggie Dean has kindly let me use her wonderful poem “Mental Math” to demonstrate some aspects of poetic craft I’ve learned over the years."

  •   Yellow Springs Schools to debut ‘Mamma Mia!’

    McKinney Middle School and Yellow Springs High School will present “Mamma Mia!,” the jukebox musical based on the songs of Abba, at the John Legend Theater in Springfield on Thursday and Friday, March 9 and 10, at 7 p.m.; and Saturday, March 11, at 2 and 7 p.m.

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  •   Bread and Roses

    Occurring each year on March 8, International Women’s Day is a global celebration of women, underscoring women’s rights and calling attention to issues affecting women all over the world, including equality and reproductive rights.

  •   Yellow Springs nonprofit Agraria announces furloughs, hiatus

    Yellow Springs nonprofit and educational farm Agraria Center for Regenerative Practice has announced a hiatus of its operations and programs effective Thursday, Feb. 16., and all employees — about 30 — have been put on a three-month furlough.

  •   My Name Is Iden | How to say I love you

    My Name is Iden"Love is the center point from which we chart all other human emotion. We owe it to each other, and to ourselves, to recapture and appreciate anew the great gift it is to be able to give and receive love."

Government (archives)

  •   Village Council considers gas aggregate program

    At their most recent meeting on Monday, March 6, Village Council members heard a presentation from Sustainable Ohio Public Energy Council, or SOPEC, about its gas aggregation program.

  •   Police chief introduces therapy dog

    At the regular Council meeting on Monday, March 6, a new Village staffer was sworn in: two-year old Shazam, the front-running candidate for the Village’s new therapy dog program.

  •   Village Council weighs income tax changes

    At their regular meeting on Monday, March 6, Village Council members weighed the impacts of a proposed ordinance that would lower by half the amount of income tax credit granted to individuals who work beyond Yellow Springs and pay taxes in other municipalities, from 100% to 50%.

Obituaries (archives)

  •   Jackie Sue Davenport

    Jackie Sue Davenport passed away on the morning of March 11, 2023, at Springfield Hospital.

  •   Mark Alan Hasser

    Mark Alan Hasser was born Aug. 7, 1951, and passed Dec. 5, 2022, at home. Mark had not been feeling well for several months.

  •   Ann Marie Breza

    Ann Marie Breza died March 5, 2023, in the company of her family at home.

Higher Education (archives)

  •   Layoffs, restructuring at Antioch College

    Antioch College President Jane Fernandes publicly announced in a Feb. 21 statement that the college had eliminated nine staff and faculty positions and has plans to “restructure” an additional eight positions with title changes and salary reductions.

  •   Anchoring the Coretta Scott King Center in Black history

    This month, the Coretta Scott King Center for Cultural and Intellectual Freedom, or CSKC, will host programming in honor of Black History Month, including the A. Leon Higginbotham Jr. Memorial Lecture on Feb. 24, 6–8:30 p.m.

  •   Antioch College | Students demand sexual misconduct policy updates

    Over the last several weeks, Antioch College students have called for updates of the Sexual Offense Prevention Policy in response to the college administration’s handling of an investigation that revealed a sexual encounter had occurred between an Antioch professor and student last summer.

Sports (archives)

  •   Bulldog Sports Round-Up | Feb. 9, 2023

    The Bulldogs faced off against the Emmanuel Christian Lions on Thursday, Feb. 2, ultimately bringing home a win for the boys team and a loss for the girls team at Northridge Lanes in Springfield.

  •   Bulldog Sports Round-Up | Feb. 2, 2023

    The Yellow Springs High School boys bowling team brought home another win on Monday, Jan. 24, narrowly defeating Southeastern, 2,486 pins to 2,468 across two regular games and a Baker game.

  •   Bulldog Sports Round-Up | Jan. 26, 2023

    The Yellow Springs High School boys varsity basketball team added two wins and a loss to their season, with victories against East Dayton Christian on Monday, Jan. 9, and Jefferson High School on Tuesday, Jan. 10; and a defeat after facing off against Dayton Christian on Friday, Jan. 13.

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