Articles by Diane Chiddister :: Page 33

  • College welcomes artist-in-residence

    Woman With Tulips I, 24 x 30, Oil on Canvas, 2010

    Painter Patricia Cole of Bloomington, Ind., will be the artist-in-residence at Antioch College until mid-February. Cole will give a talk on her work this Sunday, Jan. 22, at 3 p.m. in the Herndon Gallery.

  • At winter market, greens in the gray

    A good crowd turned out for the first winter farm market of the season last Saturday, held in the basement of the United Methodist church. Shown above, market co-organizer Amy Magnus buys some fresh greens from the produce of Patchwork Farm near Trotwood, helped by Patchwork employee Kate Salatin. (Photo by Diane Chiddister)

    The Yellow Springs Winter Farmers Marketlaunched its third season last Saturday, Jan. 7, in the basement of the First Methodist Church.

  • Village Council— Budget review shows revenue drop

    At Village Council’s Jan. 3 meeting, Council members revisited the 2012 general fund budget and proposed Village capital projects for this year. Overall, the Village anticipates a drop in its general fund of about 25 percent compared to 2011,

  • A therapy dog in need of some help

    Diane Davis is trying to raise $2,500 for surgery for her certified therapy Sheltie/Corgi mix, Raskel, who has a congenital malformation in her leg that makes walking painful. (Photo by Diane Chiddister)

    Recently, Diane Davis discovered that her dog has a congenital malformation on her left knee, which causes pain and lameness. Consequently, Raskel can’t walk on slippery hospital floors like other service dogs.

  • College announces new board chair, extension of full-tuition fellowships

    Welcome back!

    The Antioch College Board of Trustees announced today that current board member Frances Horowitz will take over the position of board chair from Lee Morgan, who will remain on the board as vice-chair but focus on fund-raising. The board also recently voted to extend the four-year full tuition Horace Mann Fellowships to incoming students next fall.

  • Get your greens at the winter market

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    The Yellow Springs Winter Farmers Market, located in the basement of the United Methodist Church, is now open each Saturday from 9–noon. Villagers who go can purchase fresh greens, root vegetables and a variety of other local foods.

  • Council ranks transition items

    At their Jan. 3 meeting, Village Council members identified the work projects that Village Manager Mark Cundiff will finish before he leaves his job, along with priorities for the new interim manager.

  • Mayer to leave WYSO

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    Longtime WYSO Public Radio Director of Business Operations and Development Jacki Mayer has accepted another job and will soon be leaving the station. WYSO has begun advertising for two new positions: director of development and director of finance and accounting.

  • Banner festival coming soon!

    Banners from the 2011 Bannerfest

    The almost annual banner festival will take place this winter, beginning in mid-February, when original banners will be hung up downtown. An organizational meeting will take place tonight, Jan. 9, at 7 p.m. at the Senior Center.

  • Antioch University, AUM changes

    2011 Year in review: Antioch University, AUM

  • Village life— Extreme weather; Census changes

    2011 Year in review: Village life

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