Friday, October 21, 2016

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

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

A 6-foot sapling clone of a white ash grown by George Washington circa 1785 will be planted at the U.S. Capitol April 24.

The Geauga County Historical Society is steeping up excitement by hosting the fourth annual afternoon Edwardian Tea on the grounds of Century Village Museum.

The 2003 Livestock Feed Program will provide timely relief for livestock producers in areas hit hardest by drought.

Another Ohio ethanol coalition has officially organized to pursue developing an ethanol production facility in the Buckeye State.

The McDonald's Collectors Convention will be May 2-4 near Toledo.

Approximately 2,500 people are waiting for an organ transplant today in Ohio. Bill and Pauline McKarns of Columbiana County, Ohio, wish their son could have helped some of these people.

Reader says articles need to stop simply pointing fingers at the deer farmers, and instead, talk about the background.

The new ag center in Cortland is located on 17 acres donated by Delphi Automotive.
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