Sebring Historical Society recently held its general meeting and learned a history lesson on Sebring, Ohio, and the Civil War.
A simple, easy-to-make ladybug trap may have people beating a path to Joe Kovach’s Web site.
Mike and Theresa Estock received the Columbiana Soil and Water Conservation District’s Cooperator of the Year award.
Ellis Hawkins of New Waterford, Ohio, uncovered a sweet potato that weighed 8 1/5 pounds.
A compressed shopping season has forced retailers to get an early jump on the holidays, but the economy – not the calendar – may be the Grinch that steals Christmas 2002, says a Purdue retailing expert.
Hunters harvested 2,145 wild turkeys during Ohio’s seventh annual fall turkey gun hunting season.
Unlike major potato-producing states such as Idaho, Washington and Oregon, Ohio does not employ a potato breeder.
The swine waste treatment process can remove most traces of Tylosin, a popular animal antibiotic.
Some people collect memorabilia, some collect stamps, others collect souvenirs. Dick Horn collects toasters.
Beef producers airing their views at these meetings, being held across the country, are talking about meat packer concentration, oversupply, drought impacts, and are raising questions about trade, McDonald’s and, of course, the mandatory $1-per-head beef checkoff.