The Congressional conference committee studying the farm bill is unlikely to finish its work before the Easter break. Congress’ recess begins March 22.
Through a mysterious gift, the curiosity of a young man and the Internet, a 1930s high school ring and its owner may soon be reunited.
In this week’s commentary, Editor Susan Crowell tells us what’s so fun about hearing and watching the rhetoric and political maneuvering in Washington.
The Metrolina Antiques and Fine Collectibles Show will be held April 3-7 in Charlotte.
A proposed ban on packer ownership of livestock is heating up farm bill negotiations.
Penn State hopes to hold on to its reputation in food sciences with the construction of a new food sciences complex.
Founders say the Focus on Sabbatical program has the potential to double grain prices a year before the actual production cut.
Many families do not discuss finances until a crisis occurs, when it may be too late.
Farmers tend to lose more animals in a year than they realize, and the uncertainty of how to dispose of carcasses continues to burn in their minds.
The North Canton Civic Center will host the show featuring bridal fashions of the past 100 years.