Saturday, April 29, 2017

Kymberly Foster Seabolt reflects on the trials and tribulations of home improvement projects as she considers a kitchen remodel.

The students learn all types of dancing, including the square dance and the waltz, which teaches timing and a need to pay attention to a partner.

Harry McGee raced the St. Louisan from Indianapolis to Terre Haute in 1915, proving an automobile could provide faster transportation than a train.
combining soybeans

The real fear for the new crop is that the March 31st USDA Planting Intentions Report will show a shift of corn acres to soybeans. That means we have missed the best opportunity to get some new crops sold.

Whether you are breaking ground for a new garden or getting an existing bed in shape for spring, a little preparation goes a long way.

Although cavity-nesting songbirds don't begin nesting until late March or early April, there's no time like the present to build or buy a few nest boxes.

What should you consider when trying to accomplish diversity and inclusiveness on the farm? Columnist Ed Brown lays out the benefits and concerns.

Farming, with its demands, its solitude, new life and certain death, puts us in tune with the harsh, yet holy, cycle of life.

The Ohio USDA FSA County offices now offers farmers and producers the opportunity to receive notifications from their county office through text messages.

There are endless benefits to taking part in a high school production that pay dividends well into adulthood.
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