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A July to experience

The Yellow Springs Experience takes charge By Tim Walker Are you experienced? Hendrix’s late-‘60s psychedelia notwithstanding, the question will definitely be answered in the affirmative by anyone who immerses himself in the upcoming Yellow Springs Experience, a three-day event taking place the weekend of July 15, 16 and 17 at various locations in the village […]

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Working like a dog

A look at the importance of Miami Valley’s working animals By Tim Walker You hear it on every street corner these days – business in the Dayton area is down and the economy has really gone to the dogs. For some people, however, business in Dayton has always been about the dogs. There are a […]

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Going Waco

Preserving the Miami Valley’s rich aviation past at the WACO Museum in Troy By Tim Walker Longtime Dayton residents, along with any individual who’s ever visited this area, can vouch for the Miami Valley’s much-deserved longtime love affair with its historic aviation connection. Dayton is the home to Wilbur and Orville Wright, widely celebrated as […]

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Music through the trees

Outdoor Summer Music Series begins By Tim Walker The sweet sounds of music will be filling the air in Troy throughout the coming summer months. Visitors to Troy’s downtown district along with long-time residents of the city will find themselves with a little something extra to enjoy downtown on select nights during the summer. Troy […]

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Dayton Heritage Festival

Bringing history, legacy and fun to Carillon Park By Tim Walker Memorial Day weekend is almost upon us and if you’ve been searching for a fun, local event – something that is a bit out of the ordinary, but is guaranteed to leave you and your family smiling and satisfied without depleting your bank account […]

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Sculptures on the Square

Troy art exhibition opening doors to visitors, art lovers By Tim Walker The doors of perception will be wide open in Troy this summer. Visitors to Troy’s downtown district, as well as long-time residents of the city, will be pleasantly surprised to discover a different look to the square when they’re out through the coming […]

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Death and Dollars

The economy of Ohio’s death penalty By Tim Walker Derrick Jamison wasn’t supposed to be able to talk to me. A man wrongfully convicted of murder, the State of Ohio wanted him to be dead by now, his protests of innocence forever silenced by lethal injection. On August 1, 1984, bartender Gary Mitchell was brutally […]

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Having a threesome

No pain, no gain in the TriTroyathlon 2011 By Tim Walker For some people, the idea of a relaxing Sunday morning in April might include sedate, everyday activities like sleeping in, watching a little TV, drinking a cup of coffee, reading the newspaper on the back porch, maybe even doing a little yard work. Relaxing, […]

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The cow says ‘moo’

Young’s Jersey Dairy is much more than just the best ice cream around By Tim Walker Conveniently located on U.S. 68 less than two miles north of Yellow Springs, Young’s Jersey Dairy has been a popular Greene County destination for hungry families for over 50 years now. In addition to their mouth-watering ice cream, which […]

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Reaching New Heights

UD ‘Flyers’ have new meaning with new flight simulator By Tim Walker A young college student sits in a chair and concentrates, a joystick in her hand, her face illuminated by several monitors. She checks a grouping of digital gauges and displays and carefully manipulates a series of sensitive controls, all while communicating with another […]

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Advice Goddess: 4/21

By Amy Alkon Malice in Wonderland My boyfriend has a crazy ex-wife who can’t let go. She is the meanest, […]

News of the weird: 04/21

By Chuck Shepherd Government in action The predawn line in March actually started forming at midnight, snaking around the building […]

The Docket: 04/21

Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim By Researched and reported by Charles Grove Who? What? Me? Officers responded to a report […]

The man in the tall black hat

Troy-Hayner remembers Lincoln this month By Tim Walker Photo: Seward Johnson’s “Return Visit” sculpture will be unveiled on May 3; […]

Chew on this: 04/14

Banishing the blues with blueberries By Jayne Powers A change of seasons often signals a change in what we eat. Springtime […]

The Docket: 04/14

Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim A mirror misunderstanding Officers responded to a theft report in a grocery store parking lot. […]