Tuesday, July 26, 2016

In this week's commentary, Editor Susan Crowell comments on new dairies in Ohio built by Dutch immigrants.

Farmers may prosper the most from a proposal to double the use of ethanol in gasoline.

Roadsides in Bloom calendar contest will feature West Virginia's roadside wildflowers. Entries due Oct. 1.

Several years ago, clashing opinions about Dutch dairymen immigrating to Ohio flipped agricultural communities upside down, pitting neighbor against neighbor. Even though many of the farms have been here for years now, some citizens' fervor continues to burn.

What started as a pony project for the Mason brothers ended up becoming their livelihood.

Expert antique appraisers will help you determine if your item is a trinket or a treasure at Trinket or Treasure June 21.

A War of 1812 encampment is set for June 21-22 at the Western Reserve Historical Society.

Rating one's biological father as a "deadbeat" dad doesn't make children feel good.

Since settling in the area, the Van Ham family has encountered both resistance and welcoming arms from the community.

All additional tests returned negative for mad cow disease.
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