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West Virginia direct marketing association holds conference

Thursday, December 20, 2001

Sessions are designed for those already involved in agricultural marketing and for those who may be looking for a little extra money over the course of a year.

White Christmas unlikely in Northeast

Thursday, December 20, 2001

The Northeast Regional Climate Center at Cornell University has completely revised its annual white Christmas probability statistics and even Caribou, Maine, has seen its predicted chance decrease.

Advice on sending food to military

Thursday, December 13, 2001

Members of the American armed forces who will not get to be home for the holidays this year may receive greetings and gifts of food items.

Butler County honors outstanding 4-H work

Thursday, December 13, 2001

Heidi Phillips of Pulaski was honored as the 2001 Butler County Friend of 4-H, and William DeHart of Evans City 15 years as a club adviser.

Court: Pork checkoff will continue

Thursday, December 13, 2001

Secretary of Agriculture Dan Glickman had no authority to conduct binding referendum.

Danish organic feed tests find GMOs

Thursday, December 13, 2001

Organic feed sampled from eight Danish feed companies revealed traces of GMOs in 20 samples out of a total of 48.

Fire’s heat destroyed twin towers

Thursday, December 13, 2001

Structural engineer describes what went wrong inside the World Trade Center on Sept. 11.

‘Gift of the Magi’ fights cancer

Thursday, December 13, 2001

Researchers have identified a compound in myrrh, one of the gifts presented to Jesus by the Three Wise Men, that they believe could be developed into a potent anticancer agent.

Hayes for the holidays

Thursday, December 13, 2001

Special evening tour offered of the Hayes Presidential Center in Fremont.

‘It’ could be a threat to your health

Thursday, December 13, 2001

“It” is being ballyhooed as the greatest invention since the Internet, but health and fitness experts are afraid “It” could also be the worst threat to cardiovascular health since the greasy spoon.

Moving electric fence to open strip grazing is high paying job, saves cost

Thursday, December 13, 2001

Beef producers who want to make more money should feed winter grass instead of moving hay.

Power of nature is profound

Thursday, December 13, 2001

Living amid green space is highly beneficial to children.

Pro Football Hall of Fame honors fallen airman Don Steinbrunner

Thursday, December 13, 2001

In a special ceremony, Nov. 10, during Veterans Day weekend, Air Force major Don Steinbrunner, an offensive lineman for the Cleveland Browns from 1954 to 1957, was honored for his career and for his sacrifice. Steinbrunner was killed July 10, 1967, when he was shot down over Vietnam.

Some Ohio fields yielded record beans

Thursday, December 13, 2001

Ohio State University agronomist Jim Beuerlein said neither drought conditions nor disease problems prevented growers from producing a successful crop.

Support means a lot

Thursday, December 13, 2001

The Moff family of Canfield writes to thank everyone who helped them through the terrible ordeal of the attack on their cattle.

YSU joins Underground Railroad Center

Thursday, December 13, 2001

Youngstown State University has plans for establishing a “freedom station” that examines the historical value of the Underground Railroad movement during the 1800s.

American chestnut could be making a strong comeback

Thursday, December 6, 2001

The tree could become the proud queen of Eastern forests once again within the next decade thanks to the efforts of the American Chestnut Foundation and multiple research groups across the country.

Collectible figures bring $8,500

Thursday, December 6, 2001

Reimold Brothers Auction Center auctioned silver, diamonds, and antique furniture at their Nov. 24 estate auction.

Conference to include event for women in ag

Thursday, December 6, 2001

The Innovative Farmers of Ohio annual conference will include a special preconference workshop for women in agriculture.

Harvard study shows risk of mad cow disease in U.S. is minimal

Thursday, December 6, 2001

A landmark study by Harvard University that shows the risk of bovine spongiform encephalopathy occurring in the United States is extremely low.

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