Saturday, October 1, 2016

Flowers for growing and flowers for giving will spring forth at the all new Salem City Flower Market May 3.

The workshop includes classroom lecture, discussion and on-farm demonstrations and troubleshooting.

In this week's commentary, Editor Susan Crowell comments on legalizing "alternative gaming" in Ohio.

The new plan focuses on decreasing air, water, solid waste and soil pollution.

Producers attending the forums reviewed five strategic platforms for driving dairy demand in 2004.

Reader says people who think Bush is doing the right thing is well over the 54 percent quoted in an article.

At the Goodell's farm near Mantua in Portage County, low inputs mean high outputs.

The show will include 50 dealers from nine states with a variety of antiques.

The Niles Historical Society presents a luncheon, style show and program at the McKinley Memorial Auditorium May 10.

Portage County sheep herder Jay Campbell sees his herd dogs as a valuable part of his operation.
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