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Toaster collectors pop up in Virginia

Thursday, October 3, 2002

The Toaster Collector Association will convene to buy, sell, trade and exchange ideas on toasters Oct. 11-12 in Richmond, Va.

Additional Ohio counties eligible for emergency aid through USDA

Thursday, October 3, 2002

In a continued effort to expedite emergency disaster declarations in areas hit hard by adverse weather conditions, U.S. Agriculture Secretary Ann M. Veneman announced Sept. 27 that additional counties are agricultural disaster areas.

Try barley straw to control pond algae

Thursday, October 3, 2002

The use of barley straw has become more common as an alternative method for controlling excessive algae growth.

Furniture to dolls: Antique appraisals Oct. 9 in Navarre

Thursday, October 3, 2002

The Navarre-Bethlehem Township Historical Society will host an antiques appraisal day Oct. 9, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Museum association offers workshops on preserving historic resources

Thursday, October 3, 2002

The Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission will hold workshops on preserving community historic resources across the state in October.

Stop spreading e-mail hoaxes

Thursday, October 3, 2002

Don’t spread e-mail hoaxes. Check them out first.

Report: U.S. can’t detect and respond quickly to attack on U.S. agriculture

Thursday, October 3, 2002

A bioterrorism attack on U.S. agriculture won’t cause famine, but will gut the ag industry and create consumer panic.

Want to collect books? Hear how from expert

Thursday, October 3, 2002

Warren resident and author Larry James Gianakos will discuss becoming a book collector Oct. 12 at the Howland library.

Article reflected outdated woodland thinking

Thursday, October 3, 2002

An Indiana reader objects to recent article that pushed pasture over forestland.

It’s not getting drier, we’re just using more water than we get

Thursday, October 3, 2002

The amount of precipitation received in Pennsylvania has actually increased 10 percent in the past century.

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