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Join Cincinnati group on tour of Kentucky fort

Thursday, April 11, 2002

Visit Old Fort Harrod and Perryville Battlefield on April 27.

Ohio barn conference raises questions

Thursday, April 11, 2002

The third Ohio Barn Conference was a hit.

Pa. couple sues over milk checkoff

Thursday, April 11, 2002

Joe and Brenda Cochran of Westfield, Pa., filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Scranton challenging the constitutionality of the mandatory dairy checkoff promotion program.

Deep tillage raised crop yields, lower soil compaction

Thursday, April 11, 2002

Ohio State University research on subsoiling found certain soil types benefit from deep loosening, increasing corn and soybean yields an average of 4 percent to 5 percent each year.

Weather gives new meaning to phrase ‘March Madness’

Thursday, April 11, 2002

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.

Powers Ribbon Factory big part of county fairs

Thursday, April 11, 2002

Chances are your next blue ribbon was made by Powers Ribbon Factory.

Area cooperatives combine operations

Thursday, April 11, 2002

The merger proposal was approved by more than 70 percent of the cooperatives’ members.

Long-range gap remains for Social Security

Thursday, April 4, 2002

The Social Security program continues to be substantially underfinanced.

OSU president leaving for Maryland post

Thursday, April 4, 2002

Ohio State University President William E. Kirwan is leaving Ohio State to become chancellor of the University System of Maryland.

Acreage survey finds Ohio farmers will plant fewer acres

Thursday, April 4, 2002

Ohio farmers mirror their counterparts nationwide, planning to shift some acreage from soybeans back into corn.

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