Monday, August 29, 2016

The story of the slave trade and the role it played in the development of the New World is the focus of a major traveling exhibition presented at the Smithsonian.

We've all broken the 'extra rider' rule, but can we really ignore the risk? Editor Susan Crowell urges better farm safety precautions.

Suit seeks to prevent higher milk prices in Kentucky and Tennessee schools.

Antique fire truck and equipment owners are invited to attend a showcase of Ohio's firefighting history.

Country-of-origin labeling isn't all bad: U.S. farmers deserve to get the credit for the quality food they produce.

Debate about COOL heated up as USDA officials headed to different parts of the country to address concerns about the controversial country-of-origin labeling.

Spring weather cooperating for a great start to growing season.

This year - 2003 - marks the 50th anniversary of the third deadliest year for tornadoes in the United States.

Scores of crop-damaging weeds are developing immunity to even the strongest herbicides in farmers' arsenals.


Northwestern Ohio farmers have to negotiate the aftermath of November's tornado before they can plant this spring.
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