Tuesday, August 30, 2016

A World War II amphibious vessel will serve as a floating memorial, making a maiden educational voyage on the Mississippi and Ohio rivers this summer.

Reader believes the Bush administration is a wolf in sheep's clothing once you look beyond the rhetoric.

Debate continues on a proposed packer ban on livestock ownership.

Soybean growers who failed to sample their fields last fall for soybean cyst nematode may be in for a surprise this growing season.

Jerry and Lova Ebbert's orchard and farm market earned the Belmont Soil and Water Conservation District's award for 2003.

More than 400 cattle destroyed; one of the still-unanswered questions is why it took more than three months for the BSE testing to take place.

Thirty-five Ohio counties and 280 urban areas and many townships will pay for the new stormwater program.

The Frankfort Mineral Springs will be open for a guided tour June 15.

The confirmed case of BSE in Canada has renewed calls in the United States for country-of-origin labeling and a national animal identification program.

There is no test that can precisely determine how much nitrogen has been lost, but there are some options available to producers.
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