The Stark Soil and Water Conservation District recognized the conservation efforts of both rural and urban land user alike at its annual meeting.
From the main course to dessert, the traditional Thanksgiving meal is stuffed with healthy food choices, particularly those rich in disease-fighting antioxidants.
Old-world Christmas customs, decorated private homes and museums and holiday crafts for decorating and gifts make up 2002’s Christmas in Zoar, Dec. 7 and 8.
Well-known livestock auctioneer Dick Fowler passed away Nov. 5 at his home in Mount Vernon, Ohio.
Lake Metroparks opens “Woodland Halle Days,” featuring Halle’s Seventh Floor exhibit and Winter Wonderland, Nov. 23, at the Penitentiary Glen Nature Center in Kirtland.
Milk producers in drought-designated counties are eligible for per-head payment under livestock program.
Practicing soil and water conservation on their land isn’t a whim for farmers Jerry and Lori Dickerhoof, it’s a commitment and a tradition.
Pennsyvlania Grange members elected the first woman to serve in the top position in the 130-year history of the state organization.
A University of Michigan study suggests older people who are helpful to others reduce their risk of dying by nearly 60 percent compared to peers who provide neither practical help nor emotional support to relatives, neighbors or friends.
Feeding hay costs more than twice as much per pound of gain or any other economic measurement.