Friday, November 27, 2015

In agricultural payments, what Congress giveth, Congress can taketh away.

Tickets went on sale to the public earlier this month for the championship tractor pull held Feb. 12-15 in conjunction with the National Farm Machinery Show in Louisville. Saturday night's final heats, however, are already sold out.

If installed improperly, a back-up generator can create a wiring hazard and complicate efforts by a utility company to reconnect the primary power source.

A great elm in New York City, known as "Central Park Splendor," is alive and well, and it's living in China, its native land.

Tucked away in rural Beaver County are the remains of the Frankfort Mineral Springs Health Resort, which catered to the wealthy in the 19th century.

An Ohio-based rodeo received numerous accolades from the Mid-States Rodeo Association.

Washington is working to refute a Japanese report that StarLink corn was detected in a portion of a U.S. export shipment.

Columbiana County may hold key to salmonella outbreak in Clark County.

A conversation with western Pa. retired farmer Frank Ramage links draft horses, history and agriculture.

A team of more than 200 scientists spent two years compiling information about the Earth's most pristine and untouched regions. Their findings have been compiled in a new book, Wilderness: Earth's Last Wild Places.