Patricia Lang of Holmes County Red Cross writes to thank those who contributed to the chapter’s annual auction.
Five Boy Scouts from North East High School in Erie, Pa., defeated teams from 41 states and 7 Canadian provinces to win the national title.
Guest commentary by John Schlageck, managing editor of Kansas Living, a quarterly magazine dedicated to agriculture and rural life, talks about what is needed to save American agriculture.
With five record bids, the sale of 236 lots of 4-H market animals totaled $8,000 higher than last year’s sale.
Six states, including Ohio, will be hit hardest by planned increases in managed care health insurance premiums by the large national and regional plans.
The French national railaroad and the American Prisoner of War Association have donated the boxcar to the Air Force Museum to complete a POW display at the museum.
Checking for the disease now – in August and September – can help growers build a plan of defense against the disease next year.
The 20th annual Western Reserve Academy Antiques Festival will be Sept. 3 in Hudson, Ohio.
As West Nile Virus gets increasing attention as a threat to both public and animal health in North America, the Agricultural Research Service’s National Agricultural Library has put up a “go-to-first” Web site for information about it.
John DeFrank continued a string of champion steer wins at this year’s Jefferson County Fair. DeFrank has showed either the grand or reserve champion steer in five of the last six years.
The Ohio Historical Society event, with three fields, is the largest and oldest such event in the nation, drawing 21 clubs.
The 38th All-American Dairy Show, Sept. 22-27 at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex, Harrisburg, Pa., showcases some of the finest dairy genetics in the nation.
There will be four parades, a Johnny Appleseed portrayal, Little Miss and Mr. Apple Bud, and a whole lot more at the 34th annual festival.
Owning not one acre of ground, Kevin Scott, president of the Delaware County Farm Bureau, fills a small, but significant niche using available ground to feed a growing population of horses.
But under unfavorable growing conditions, like this year, this conversion process of nitrate into amino acids is retarded, causing nitrate to accumulate in the stalks and stems. It can areach potentially toxic levels.
The Johnny Appleseed Heritage Center recently broke ground for the center’s J.M. Smucker Company 90-seat indoor auditorium and library.
The heat-related death of a professional football player elevated the fact that even normal activities can be deadly in extreme heat.
A donation of a $10,000 grant was made in memory of Roy Marsh and secured by his friends and family.
Wade collectors came to Pennsylvania earlier this summer from Canada, Washington state, California and many other points to swap information and examples of Wade pottery.
Illinois research confirms less fertilizer is adequate to maintain high corn yields.