Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Scientists may have found a way to convert some types into a material that can be used to help keep the environment clean.

Flowers for growing and flowers for giving will spring forth at the all new Salem City Flower Market May 3.

The workshop includes classroom lecture, discussion and on-farm demonstrations and troubleshooting.

In this week's commentary, Editor Susan Crowell comments on legalizing "alternative gaming" in Ohio.

Gary Ericsson will bring his stock dog training technique to Ohio for a clinic May 9-10.

Spring's beauty draws thousands to Ohio's state parks and nature preserves.

March's snowfall brought the winter's total to 45.3 inches, compared to a normal year of about 30 inches.

A recent study found that tail docking has no significant effect on milk quality, somatic cell count or udder and leg cleanliness, but don't tell that to producers who dock.

Spin doctors in the 19th century turned their spin on canvas instead of TV.

Lucas County homeowners cooperate in emerald ash borer eradication efforts.
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