U.S. weather observer Ed Copeland in Columbiana County recorded no day above freezing from Jan. 13-29, and the highest temperature for that period was 12 degrees.
The New York Farm Show will be Feb. 20-22 in Syracuse, N.Y., at the state fairgrounds.
Secrest Arboretum is building a paved walkway on its grounds, which will be dedicated to the 200th anniversary of the founding of the state of Ohio.
The longer patients on dialysis wait for a kidney transplant once they develop end-stage renal disease, the worse they fare.
The Historical Glass Club of Pittsburgh will host its 28th annual antiques show and sale Feb. 15-16 in Pittsburgh.
Aside from farmland, conservation and recreation projects statewide will receive funds.
With the Bush administration warning that “time is running out” for Saddam Hussein to comply with demands to disarm, prospects for a war against Iraq are looming large.
The Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad will kick off its 2003 season Feb. 14 with the Valentine’s Day Wine Tasting Express, “Romance on the Rails.”
A Purdue economist predicts more corn and fewer soybean acres in 2003.
Figures are up more than 20 percent from 2001 and up 45 percent from 1999 data.