Several items made by 4-H’ers over the years that will be on display July 10-Sept. 7.
The Ohio Department of Agriculture has OKd the use of Paylean, just in time for exhibitors hoping to feed the additive to animals intended for summer shows.
Four Oklahoma cowboys a fullfilling a spiritual calling – on horseback.
Area landowners’ five-year uphill battle against a proposed natural gas transmission pipeline that would have dissected Ohio and western Pennsylvania is over.
Archaeologist John R. White, professor at Youngstown State Univeysity, began a dig at a historic Damascus Friends Church burial site last year.
Landscapers and homeowners alike delighted in the offerings of an auction at the Barnstone Supply Company.
A farmer sometimes must rely on his inventive imagination to solve a problem.
North American Free Trade Agreement countries say a leadership body is needed to guide members through the liberalized trade waters.
A team of scientists has developed a tomato that contains as much as three times more of the cancer-fighting antioxidant lycopene.
The Brown Swiss herd at Hill-N-Dale Farm in central Ohio’s Coshocton County is recognized worldwide.