Wednesday, May 4, 2016

At 75, Earl Bardo can still be found helping his sons run Bardo Farms or harvesting crops.

Nearby Hookstown Fair to continue as usual despite intense public interest in quarantine.


This second straight year of West Nile virus infections in Ohio horses was anticipated by public and animal health officials.

After 13 years as the Stark Summit County Extension Office, both counties will move to new locations and begin operating independent of each other as of Jan. 1.

Quilt squares are painted on barns in Adams County as part of the Adams County Sampler project, an innovative tool designed to move travelers through the countryside while highlighting Appalachian heritage.

Clean Ohio's first round of funding paid out, state enters second year of program.

More than two dozen young people spend hours year-round to perfect their skills at a dying pasttime.

Grand champion hog exhibitor's family hopes to redeem its reputation through win.

Late plantings, a wet summer and cooler-than-normal daytime temperatures are adding up to a disease-ridden, nonproductive soybean crop.

Gov. Taft signed bill that also prevents local government's farm regulation.
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