Step back in time to 1863, when the U.S. Army forced more than 9,000 Navajos to make a grueling 380-mile march across New Mexico to a new reservation. A Nov. 1 program near Cleveland shares the story.
“I am lucky and fortunate to be a breast cancer survivor,” writes letter writer Pattie Coplin. “Many women refuse to take a proactive role against breast cancer and ignore the situation completely.”
When a medical condition forced Larry Hoover, 54, to sell his draft horses, he didn’t drift far from the equine business. He formed Alpine Manufacturing, a company that builds the shafts used in harness racing that connects the horse to the race bike.
Two equine conferences have been planned in Akron and Cincinnati.
Ohio wheat growers may be bucking the trend of several years of shrinking wheat production.
The James A. Garfield Historical Society in Portage County, Ohio, will host its 2002 Christmas Walk Nov. 1-3, 8-10.
The American Seed Trade Association has updated its database of grain handlers accepting biotech corn approved in the United States but not yet approved for import into the European Union.
The use of barley straw has become more common as an alternative method for controlling excessive algae growth.
Don’t spread e-mail hoaxes. Check them out first.
The sign-up period began Oct. 1 for the USDA’s counter-cyclical program payment rates for 2002-crop wheat, feed grains.