Saturday, July 30, 2016

A U.S. district court judge ruled March 24 the milk checkoff is constitutional.

An elk on a Manitowoc County, Wis., farm has tested positive for chronic wasting disease.

The first wildflower to materialize on Ohio's wintry landscape is the skunk cabbage.

Economically important species such as red oaks are not regenerating.

U.S. gives China flunking grade on implementing its WTO commitments.

Parents and caretakers are the key to giving children a sense of personal safety and security.

A special behind-the-scenes tour of the James A. Garfield home in Mentor will be offered April 12.

Minerva High School junior Chris Hahn is already a fixture in the school's book of wrestling greats, with two state championships under his belt.

Carnegie Museum of Art's 11th annual antiques show is April 11-13.

As the temperatures rise and the snow and ice melt, some pond owners are getting a big surprise: dead fish.
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