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Who’s your Daddy?

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Paternity testing made easy By Kevin J. Gray   Perhaps this article would be more appropriate say, nine or 10 months after the annual Sex Issue? All kidding aside, dealing with paternity is serious business, and it has gotten cheaper and easier in recent years. In fact, it’s gotten so easy, relatively, that in New […]

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It’s a bird? It’s a plane? It’s both!

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Flying the SR-71 Blackbird By Mark Luedtke Photo: The fabled SR-71 Blackbird will be the subject of discussion at the Engineers Club on Friday, Feb. 22 The SR-71 Blackbird is one of the most captivating aircraft in history. Designed by the Skunk Works division of Lockheed, the aircraft first took flight in 1964 and was finally […]

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Robots among us

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A hands-on learning experience at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force  By Jennifer Hannauer Lumpkin The future is nigh, and the future has robots. We all saw this coming, but do we really understand how ingratiated robots have already become in our society and how advanced they truly are? Sure, we remember fondly […]

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Are you ready for some LEGOS?!

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FIRST LEGO League: Excitement for Science and Technology at Boonshoft By Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin For some, fall means colorful foliage, warm sweaters and the autumn harvest. For others it means football, family holidays and back-to-school. And for a steadily growing group of science-savvy students, mentors, coaches and volunteers, Fall means the season kick-off for FIRSTâ […]

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The Incredible Journeys

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Pilots N Paws volunteers deliver pets to loving homes By Tim Anderl Though a routine flight to a destination a few hours from home doesn’t create much trepidation for a seasoned pilot like Michael Green, the trip may be a matter of life and death for his passengers.  Green often flies volunteer missions for Pilots […]

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NASA to Dayton: Over and out

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The real story about Dayton and NASA’s shuttle decision By Tim Walker Hello, NASA? This is Dayton. Do you copy? We deserve a space shuttle. We have a place for it. We’ve earned it, and we want it. Over. Of course, it’s been a familiar tale up to this point, and one with an all-too-common […]

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A Nobel Prize and class

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Former Wright-Patt scientist wins top chemistry honor By Mark Luedtke With the long-depressed economy around Dayton, it’s easy to forget about the region’s tradition of leadership in science and technology. That’s why it was exciting to discover that this year’s Nobel Prize winner in Chemistry has ties to Dayton from when he worked at the […]

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Jes McMillan’s Mosaic Institute

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by Bill Franz Photo: The Mosaic Institute serves artists at 43 S. Main St. in Miamisburg; photo: Bill Franz Most artists […]

Vitality Check: 6/21/16

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Sometimes we’re just blowing germs By Rocco Castellano You go to the gym, restaurant, local coffee shop or bar and […]

Tinker, tailor, sculptor guy

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Landon Crowell ‘alters’ time and space at YS Arts Council By Terri Gordon What do beeswax, maple branches and an […]

Vitality Check: 6/14/16

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The dangerous game of preventing pregnancy By Rocco Castellano So I got a call from a friend of mine that […]

Spring into comics

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Comic culture in Yellow Springs By Josher Lumpkin The village of Yellow Springs is a quaint college town that manages […]