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Articles From August 30th, 2019
“I’ve been traveling since I was a baby,” said Judith Wolert-Maldonado as she sipped her tea at The Emporium. “My mom and dad came to the U.S. from Argentina in the late ’60s. I was born in ’70 and by seven months old I was flying back to Argentina with my parents.
After almost a year of considering alternative paths, leaders of The Antioch Company last Wednesday, Nov. 12, filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy and reached an agreement with lenders on how to handle the company’s debt.
At their Nov. 13 meeting, members of the Yellow Springs Board of Education discussed bringing in trained dogs to search for drugs in Yellow Springs High School.
At the Nov. 13 meeting of the Yellow Springs Board of Education, Jane Sonenshein of the Ohio School Board presented the board with a banner honoring the district’s having earned an “Excellent” ranking by the Ohio Board of Education.
National Public Radio’s popular media project, “This I Believe,” has inspired thousands of writers across the country (including 10 from Yellow Springs) to express and condense their thoughts into a personal essay, 500 words or less, then submit it for consideration to NPR’s selection committee.
The Yellow Springs High School and McKinney School basketball program will hold a parent meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 25, at 5:30 p.m. in the high school cafeteria. The meeting is for parents and athletes participating in seventh grade through high school basketball.
Yellow Springs High School and McKinney School athletes were recognized by the school on Wednesday, Nov. 5, for their participation and performance in the fall sports program.
Joyce Agnew died on Monday, Nov. 10, at home in Vandalia, following a long battle with cancer. Joy was born to the late Robert and Betty Bayless on Aug. 25, 1948, in Bradford, OH.
Elizabeth Devin Parker (Betsy) Huber died Nov. 9, at the Friends Care Center in Yellow Springs, Ohio. She was 87. Born on July 7, 1921, in Boston, Mass., she was the daughter of Willard S. Parker, M.D. and Ellen D. Pratt, both from Ohio, and the older sister of Mary Dorsey Parker Krulee.