This dog went where many humans haven’t gone before.
DNA collected from 13 trees at Mount Vernon is the first step in the creation of a genetic database for trees.
It was a mad, mad month in March for weather – and for the recent winter months in general – according to U.S. weather observer Ed Copeland who lives in southern Columbiana County.
Visit Old Fort Harrod and Perryville Battlefield on April 27.
United Local FFA and Young Farmers’ traveling petting zoo visited Orchard Hill Elementary, another school in the Leetonia district on April 4.
Unless major revisions are required, Ohio’s livestock facility permitting and operating regulations are set to take effect as early as June 20. The regulations govern farms housing more than 1,000 animal units.
Junior exhibitors took their turn in the winners’ spotlight during action at the Ohio Beef Expo, March 15-17 in Columbus.
Chances are your next blue ribbon was made by Powers Ribbon Factory.
The conference focuses on preservation-based revitalization of downtown areas, inner-city neighborhoods and older suburbs.
Christopher Ryland Jr. and his father would not appreciate people messing around their farm with video cameras.