Ohio State University might have beaten Penn State in football, but the state of Pennsylvania runs circles around Ohio in its commitment to support and grow its dairy industry.
One day last week, a woman told me the story of her parents. As her father's arthritis began to worsen, her mother began helping him dress each morning.
From Washington D.C., the telegram is addressed to Mr. Harry Thompson, St. Clair Avenue, East Liverpool, Ohio.
If you tuned into the webcast debate of the Senate Ag Committee approving its long overdue 2007 farm bill Oct.
I am the scourge of good editors because I tend to write about things in whatever the exact opposite of timeliness is.
I visited my daughter Josie at an off-campus apartment she shares in Kent. I packed several things they could use and while I gathered her mail and a book she requested from home, I threw in a couple of plastic shopping bags full of slightly used Halloween decorations that Kathie brought home from her school's blood drive for the Red Cross.
The world of agriculture keeps evolving in all sorts of ways, and it is refreshing to be able to say that many things are looking up.
Before a months-long summer slips into a months-long winter, it's time to use this week or two interlude - formerly called fall - to sweep my office.
All of my columns carry alternate titles (if only in my head). What the nice typesetter might call it and what I call it is often something else entirely.