It’s the most complicated farm bill in history, which means producers have to answer tough questions before making decisions.
Downtown Canton will come alive June 8 with the roaring sound of powerful engines and the sight of shining chrome and freshly-waxed paint for the Canton Classic Car Festival.
A combined fire safety expo and “fire muster” will take place June 8th at the Ohio Fire Academy grounds in Reynoldsburg.
Some states reported an average six- to eight-bushel loss per acre last year due to soybean aphids.
Sally Putnam Chapman, the granddaughter of Earhart’s husband, George Putnam, donated 492 items to the collection.
Although planting has been delayed more than two weeks, good yields are still possible with corn hybrids adaptable in late-planted years.
In this week’s commentary, Editor Susan Crowell comments on a few interesting topics.
In the final installment of our three-part “Pond Primer,” you learn the simplest way to fishing enjoyment is to stock purchased fish.
Harrison County will keep its extension and 4-H programs, thanks to voters who passed the county’s property tax levy May 7.
President George W. Bush signed the new farm bill Monday, May 13, after the U.S. Senate approved the conference report May 8 by a 64-35 vote.