Students in the horticulture program at Wayne County Schools Career Center were recognized for their accomplishments during the FFA chapter’s annual student recognition banquet at Hawkins’ Cafeteria in Wooster.
Proposed changes would eliminate questions of Paylean’s legality for Ohio show hogs.
Forestry officials speculate Gypsy moths will continue to spread throughout the southeastern half of Ohio.
Reader supports half percent sales tax in Columbiana County.
A number of factors play into buildling and owning an effective pond. Learn more about ponds in this week’s installment in a three-part series about construction, weed control, and fish stocking and management.
The National Register of Big Trees is available online at americanforests.org.
Reader gives more support for Harrison County 4-H program.
Hog prices rise as Russians restart chicken import; oversupply of meat filled U.S. grocery meat cases.
For the first time, United Local FFA has six state degrees winners and a candidate for an American degree.
Small soil animals fed genetically modified soybeans showed no difference in health or reproductive ability from those fed conventional soybeans, according to research studies done at Michigan State University.