Articles from Yellow Springs News

Village offers snow removal tips ahead of winter storm

A winter storm is forecast to hit the village on Saturday, with the National Weather Service expecting accumulations of 5 to 8 inches of snow and up to one tenth of an inch of ice. In addition, winds could gust up to 40 miles per hour, making travel conditions especially difficult.

Ahead of the storm, the Village of Yellow Springs offered these suggestions to villagers:

David Schumacher

Our beloved David B. Schumacher passed away on Jan. 9, 2019, and is tenderly traveling along. A celebration of his life will be held on Friday, Jan. 25, 7–10 p.m., at the Emporium, where he played music on Sundays for the past eight years. A more extensive obituary is forthcoming.

Schools delayed by two hours Wednesday, Jan. 16

The Yellow Springs Board of Education decided at 6 a.m. this morning to delay village schools by two hours on Wednesday, Jan. 16, due to slick road conditions.

The Antioch School and the Children’s Center have not yet indicated a change in schedule.

The National Weather Service reports a chance of freezing drizzle before 1 p.m. with cloudy skies, and a high temperature near 32ºF. and that Monday will be mostly sunny, with highs near 29 and north wind around 7 mph. Roads are expected to be slick, making driving hazardous.

Schools delayed by two hours Monday, Jan. 14

The Yellow Springs Board of Education decided at 9 p.m. this evening to delay village schools by two hours on Monday, Jan. 14, due to slick road conditions.

The Antioch School and the Children’s Center have not yet indicated a change in schedule.

The National Weather Service states that nighttime temperatures will dip to lows of 22ºF, and that Monday will be mostly sunny, with highs near 29 and north wind around 7 mph. These temperatures will likely cause slushy roads to freeze in spots, making driving hazardous.

Schools delayed by two hours Monday, Jan. 14

The Yellow Springs Board of Education decided at 9 p.m. this evening to delay village schools by two hours on Monday, Jan. 14, due to slick road conditions.

The Antioch School and the Children’s Center have not yet indicated a change in schedule.

The National Weather Service states that nighttime temperatures will dip to lows of 22ºF, and that Monday will be mostly sunny, with highs near 29 and north wind around 7 mph. These temperatures will likely cause slushy roads to freeze in spots, making driving hazardous.

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