The annual Antiques Sale and Show at Avalon Inn and Resort will be Jan. 25-27.
In a rare renaming of a glacial feature, the Advisory Committee for Antarctic Names has designated Ice Stream B in the western portion of Antarctica as the Whillans Ice Stream in honor of the late glaciologist.
No one was sure if there was a recession until the National Bureau of Economic Research declared that, not only is this a recession, but it started last March. But who are they?
Sponsored by the College of Agricultural Sciences’ department of horticulture, the course is designed to help Christmas tree growers adopt the latest production and management practices.
Ohio State University and North Carolina State University researchers have received a 4-year, $2.4 million USDA grant to study zoonotic organisms in manure, and what happens to them when animal diets are changed or when manure is subjected to various waste management treatments.
The watershed plan is ready for review, and public meetings will be held Jan. 22 at the Kinsman Public Library and Jan. 24 at the Mercer County Extension Office.
The 2002 Pennsylvania Grazing and Forage Conference will be March 6-7 with Charlie Opitz, a 1,200 cow dairy grazer from Mineral Point, Wis., as featured speaker.
Lower personal income tax rates are the cheeriest news, along with
higher contribution limits on retirement plans and more breaks for
those educating their children.
The Farm Service Agency has combined the Beaver/Allegheny County Farm Service Agency Office with the Butler County Farm Service Agency Office, to be located in Butler.
How will Ohio’s new ag easement purchase program work? Find out at a statewide series of regional information sessions.
Most of the information the Wright brothers amassed was theory, not fact, said officials from the U.S. Air Force Museum at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. In 1900, they decided to put the theories to test and set out for Kitty Hawk.
Good management thinking should use technology as a tool, not as the means to all ends.
“Celebrating Midlife” will be April 7-9 at Oglebay Restort and Conference Center in Wheeling, sponsored by the cooperative extension services of Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia.
Economic Research Service reported its dairy figures indicate November milk production was finally back at year-earlier levels.
In this week’s commentary, Editor Susan Crowell comments on the cost of smoking to the nation and its citizens.
Wandering across Ohio, gypsy moth larvae are stripping acres of Ohio’s woodlands.
A Huntington, Ohio, reader expresses his feelings on the idea of “dairy cartels.”
An OAR-related pilot program started last January by the Department of Transportation composts deer carcasses found in the road.
Local artist Lyle W. Siekkinen will exhibit his wooden bowls, ladles, spoons and dishes reminiscent of colonial America at the Ashtabula Arts Center in January.
David Franzer of Crockett Farms is using a world class Jersey and a top Holstein bull to begin a breeding program he hopes will result in a new breed of superior dairy cattle.