The West Branch FFA broke new ground by presenting more awards to upperclassmen than ever before during its annual member-parent banquet April 18.
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.
Seven Columbiana County farmers addressed the county commissioners April 17 in support of the proposed additional 0.5 percent sales tax on the May 7 ballot.
Farm bill talks broke down April 17-18, with both the House and Senate pointing fingers of blame.
A federal/state/local partnership will reduce runoff pollution in the Upper Big Walnut Creek watershed and Hoover Reservoir, a source of drinking water for more than 575,000 residents of Columbus and several neighboring communities.
For the first time, United Local FFA has six state degrees winners and a candidate for an American degree.
Sheep did have TSE, but more tests needed to determine type.