Articles by Lauren Heaton :: Page 66

  • A closer look at fluoridation

    At a Village Council-sponsored forum on fluoridated water last weekend, some lesser known facts were shared by several scientists who were invited to speak on the sometimes controversial issue. While ingesting fluoride is not recommended for infants, for example…

  • Apprender a new language

    Laura Skidmore’s Primary Languages school for Spanish and French will begin a winter session in January above the Winds. Skidmore is pictured with students Quinn Creighton, right, and Brady Clark and his dad Jason. (photo by Lauren Heaton)

    “Te gusta mas agua, Quinn?” the teacher asked Quinn Creighton, who sat at the table with the others, coloring. Creighton, 4, looked up at her thoughtfully, and nodded, holding out his cup for more water. People begin their language acquisition skills from birth, and as early as eight months…

  • Glen Nature Arts and Crafts Show

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    The 29th annual Glen Helen Association Nature Arts and Crafts Show will take place this Saturday and Sunday at the Glen Helen Building.

  • The best way to Spanish, French is absorption

    Quinn Creighton listened intently to his instructions in  Spanish.

    Laura Skidmore started her Primary Language school located in a classroom above the Winds Cafe and will continue with a new session in January.

  • 142 students make the grade

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    Each quarter the secondary schools in the Yellow Springs district commend students in grades seven through 12 who have achieved a grade point average of 3.5 or above. The following is the list of students at McKinney Middle School, Yellow Springs High School and the Greene County Career Center who have attained that goal for […]

  • Dave Greer band and guest pay tribute to Beiderbecke

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    Dave Greer’s Classic Jazz Stompers will perform with Chicago cornetist Andy Schumm at Gilly’s in downtown Dayton on Friday night, Nov. 12, beginning at 8:30 p.m.

  • Affordability a village issue

    Anecdotal evidence in the region suggests that Yellow Springs is a relatively expensive place to live, and real estate data supports the assumption that the cost of housing in the village is relatively high, compared to surrounding communities.

  • Police gain two officers, lose one

    When Yellow Springs Police Officer David Meister and his family moved back to Yellow Springs to be closer to family last year, they didn’t know if they would find work right away. But the Yellow Springs Police Department was about to undergo a shift in personnel…

  • Join Glen’s Honeysuckle Daze

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    Glen Helen calls for volunteers to help with this Saturday’s Honeysuckle Daze, a day to oust the invasive species that threatens to take over the preserve.

  • School’s 5-year forecast in red

    The current school district budget picture, as presented by district Treasurer Dawn Weller at the school board’s Oct. 14 meeting, shows that expenditures are increasing at a greater rate than revenues, and the local district will begin running a negative cash balance at the beginning of the 2013 school year.