Ohio ag director highlights state’s dairy industry
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Support from people back home helps make serving in a hostile environment a bit easier for deployed military troops.
Cries for energy independence helps ethanol cause, unless another renewable source grabs market.
Retired University of Akron professor George Knepper will offer a free program on Ohio’s Civil War connections in Warren.
Although America’s attention is focused on Iraq, agriculture should be keeping a close eye on the developments with North Korea.
A Marconi 106C brought $20,000 at an auction by Richard Estesin Burbank, Ohio.
William J. Richards of Circleville, Ohio, received the National Association of Conservation Districts’ Distinguished Service award.
Economic development subsidies granted to many businesses may be harming public education.
U.S. imports of wheat from Canada are subsidized, according to the U.S. Department of Commerce.
Buyers came from seven states to a firearms auction March 2 conducted by Larry Garner.
Mahoning Valley American Cancer Society will raffle a football and football helmet signed by Ohio State’s football coach Jim Tressel.
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