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  • Blade runner

    Zeke Reichert designed blades for a model wind turbine with classmate Shania Mountjoy in Sarah Amin’s sixth-grade science class on Tuesday. The two-week study of wind turbines is being funded by a STEM grant that Mills Lawn School received this year. (photo by Megan Bachman)

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  • 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…

  • Young buyers face tough market

    Last winter, when Sheryl Cunningham and Tom Clevenger were looking for a house in town, none of the three homes in their price range was particularly appealing. One appeared to be a converted office, another lacked enough space for a garden and in the third, floors were warped and walls twisting.

  • Northern bike trail to close

    As of Thursday, Nov. 18, the Little Miami Scenic Trail, also known as the bike path, will be closed north of Jackson Road indefinitely. The action was sparked by the Election Day failure of a .153-mill levy to raise funds for the Clark County Park District.

  • 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…

  • Basketball champ now coach

    Evin Wimberly, a 2005 graduate of Yellow Springs High School, returns to coach the McKinney School seventh- and eighth-grade girls basketball teams. In the front row, from left, are players Anna Mullin, Cecila Comerford, Coach Wimberly and Molly Hendrickson; middle row, Chelsea Horton, Cara Edwards, Sophie Davidson, Sage HaleWolf and Anna Williamson; back row, Hypatia McLellan. (photo by Megan Bachman)

    The top female basketball scorer in Yellow Springs High School history, Evin Wimberly, class of 2005, is returning to coach the McKinney seventh- and eighth-grade girls basketball teams this year. The former point guard, the only Lady Bulldog basketball player to score more than 1,000 career points…

  • Football party slated

    A football party for youth ages 11–18 will be held in the game room at the Bryan Center on Saturday, Nov. 27, beginning at noon. Ohio State will be playing Michigan. Food, drinks and snacks will be offered.

  • Green space funding approved

    At their Nov. 1 meeting, members of Village Council unanimously approved a motion to allocate a significant portion of Village estate tax revenues each year to the greenbelt fund, in order to provide regular funding for green space preservation.

  • Wilde and witty

    YSHS presents Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest this weekend and next, Nov. 12–14 and 19–21, beginning at 8 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, and 2 p.m. on Sundays. Tickets are $8 and $5. Pictured in back from left are Malaika Carver-Halley, Zeb Reichert, Adam Zaremsky, Rory Papania, Ben Green, Elliot Cromer and Quinn Leventhal. On the chaise are Bella Hernandez, Kelly Miller and Lydia Jewett. The lady servants are Zyna Bakari, Lauren Westendorf, Lenaya Leeds and Emma Holman-Smith. See the article on page 12 of this week's issue. (photo by Diane Chiddister)

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  • 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.

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