Frank Kostecki of Salem prays to the federal government, as a taxpayer, to use public money to rebuild and to fund the war, but to take no prisoners.
A reader urges the U.S. legislature to “wake up and begin funding more ethanol plants.”
A 4-H exhibitor thanks the buyers of her steer who showed such kindness and generosity at a past Canfield Fair.
Patricia Lang of Holmes County Red Cross writes to thank those who contributed to the chapter’s annual auction.
A reader comments on the Bush education policy that threatens new orgies of spending, legislating, centralizing, and reforming.
Reader disputes role of legislation and regulation in effective accidental injury reduction.
Bill Baker of the Stark County Horseman’s Council thanks everyone who helped make the annual Ohio & Erie Towpath Trail ride a success.
In areas where malaria was once nearly eradicated, it has returned. An Ohio letter writer makes a case for giving those nations DDT to fight mosquitoes.
The president and chief executive officer for Farm Credit Services of Mid-America writes to refute an Alan Guebert column.
James Comp of Dorset explains the guidelines under which he operates his dairy farm.
A reader stresses that agriculture is no longer a profession of farmers. It is a government institution fraught with bureaucrats, lobbyists and all the mud and muck of politics.
A local pork producer take the opportunity to share a few facts about the recent settlement agreement reached between the USDA and the National Pork Producers Council.
Salem reader comments on the Columbiana County Budget Commission’s failure to respect the law.
Steve Badgett of Berlin Center, Ohio, calls for the complete dismantling of the Ohio Proficiency Test.
A letter in response to the Jan. 25 article “The British came awhile ago,” relates it to the old song, “Take this job and shove it”.
Donovan fan takes a new look at his own lawn tractors.
George Slater explains the position of the Ohio Farmers Union in support of the Nobel County visioning program.
The nomination of Sen. John Ashcroft as attorney general shows that Bush is serious about cleaning up the justice department.
If they can develop a small piece of plastic you use to talk to people half way around the world, then battery-operated vehicles, with small engines running generators to recharge these batteries, could produce vehicles that would travel 200 miles per gallon.
Farm Bureau rep’s comment regarding the Noble County visioning program angers another county resident.