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November 7, 2002

What happened at the polls?
Big plans for Peach’s
Unions, students stage demonstration at Antioch
Making noise in D.C.- By Matt Wallace
Trip ‘changed my life’- By Ashlee Cooper
Carter’s award thrills local historian
McKinney students head to polls in mock election
Housing market healthy, realtors say
Ecology Institute erects fence in Glen to stop vandalism
Schools to study foreign languages
Vernay conducts first round of layoffs at local facilities
Straumanis announces new fundraising effort at Antioch
Planning Commission business—Board to hold hearing on small lot

November 14, 2002

Teach your children well—Going to school at home in Yellow Springs
Planning board calls for easing zoning restrictions on small lots
Artist Lee Funderburg—A village at turn of century
Rugby returns to Antioch
Dispute over sales taxes— State closes Margarita Music
Antioch College fined for more false alarms
Bomb threat at Antioch College
Equipment failure causes power outage
Concert review—A sense of beauty, emotion, By David Mirkin
Village Council business—Council to revise records board

November 21, 2002

The Comedy 'Inspecting Carol'—YSHS play opens this weekend
Best bet for a holiday affair
Faith Patterson—Woman behind AACW’s big party
Students learn to dance to a new drum
Resource Board members criticize Keep WYSO Local
Book Review—More than coming of age tale
School tax questions answered during forum
Antioch students and WYSO—Practicum in public radio
Village Council business—Zoning amendment nears

November 28, 2002

Antioch Company to move part of facility to Fairborn
YSHS students make drums out of gourds—Students drum up music
Men’s Group releases ‘Cost of Living Report’
Provided Village service for more than 30 years—Dayton to stop collecting taxes
Following critical statements, WYSO board considers a retreat
Planning Commission business—Village considers Tree City USA program
Finding the way at Antioch
Scared straight—My close encounter with the law
For Antioch College—Cost of alarms adding up
Presented to Antioch College campus—Policy would protect campus trees
School board business—Education program featured
Theater Review—Poking fun at the theater