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Articles by Lauren Heaton

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  • Trustees commit to college village

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    Yellow Springers voiced excitement last year over the idea of creating a village community on the Antioch College campus.

  • Upcycled bicycles

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    Strong and highly suggestive form follows obvious function in this sculptural play on rails and home-bound trails.

  • Marijuana issues light debate

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    For all that’s knowable about the two marijuana issues to be put to voters this Nov. 3, there is an equal amount of information that is unknown. That was one take-away from the local marijuana forum that engaged about 150 Yellow Springs and regional participants at Antioch University Midwest last Thursday, Oct. 15.

  • Pipe cleaners

    Last week the Village-contracted GM Pipeline crew severed the roadway between Xenia Avenue and Allen Street to replace a 20-foot section of water main with a 12-inch pipe (using GM-contracted local police officers to direct traffic down to one lane). (Photo by Lauren Heaton)

    Last week the Village-contracted GM Pipeline crew severed the roadway between Xenia Avenue and Allen Street to replace a 20-foot section of water main with a 12-inch pipe (using GM-contracted local police officers to direct traffic down to one lane).

  • Emotions run high on marijuana issues

    Biased literature from Responsible Ohio at Yellow Springs' marijuana forum.

    As the Nov. 3 election nears, area residents turned out last night to here the different sides of Ohio’s marijuana Issues 2 and 3.

  • Dance with personal, environmental movement

    Dimi Reber, professor emerita in dance at Antioch College, has choreographed a new a piece entitled “Finding Myself in this Earth.” The work will be performed as part of a concert of original works by local performers and choreographers on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 16 and 17, at 8 p.m., in the Foundry Theater. (photo by Lauren Heaton)

    In the Worman dance rehearsal space at Antioch College, bodies rock, run, collide, stop and are stopped.

  • Tuiton makes partial comeback

    The fifth class of the revived Antioch College started classes this week. The 66 students, including, from left, Emily Langhardt, Kaitlin Staggs, Jonas Mufson, Rachel Isaacson and Helena Balcerzak, were attracted to the college because of its commitment to social justice, international co-op, small-town feel and unparalleled financial support. (Photo by Lauren Heaton)

    The newest crop of Antioch College students, 66 strong, arrived on campus last week as the fifth class of the revived college.

  • Fire and spice for local preschool

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    Yankee Candle purchases this month will benefit the Yellow Springs Montessori Preschool.

  • Postmaster glad to serve in village

    Postmaster Ken Hensley joined the Yellow Springs post office this summer, working alongside longtime local postal clerk Molly Panstingel. (Photo by Lauren Heaton)

    The U.S. Postal Service has instituted a Sunday delivery of Amazon packages, even in Yellow Springs, according to Kenneth Hensley, the new postmaster of the local post office.

  • Homecoming crowns

    Representing the ninth grade class, from right, were True Hall and Elliott Wiggins; the tenth grade class, Ty Arnold and Callie Fleetham; the eleventh grade class, Landon Rhoads and Dani Worsham; and the senior class, Devon Perry and Meredith Rowe. Seniors Eric Carvalho and Molly Hendrickson, left, were named Homecoming king and queen. (Photo by Lauren Heaton)

    The Yellow Springs High School 2015 Homecoming Court was crowned on Thursday, Oct. 1, between the girls and boys soccer games.

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