Alternatives for Simple Living wants to help you simplify your Holiday by helping you tell friends, “Buy me nothing. I’ll still love you.”
Sally Stryffeler, who raises Pietmontese cattle in Medina County, has been named this year’s recipient of the Paul May Award for her contributions to the World Beef Expo.
In this week’s commentary, Editor Susan Crowell comments on the political maneuvering that strong-armed their “same old, same old” measures to victory in the House.
Wal-Mart of Cambridge, as a new buyer at the Junior Fair Livestock Sale, took a deep plunge and purchased the grand champion market hog for $14 per pound.
Forest Heritage Festival Oct. 19-20, at the Tuscarawas County Fairgrounds in Dover mixes education, safety and good deeds.
Two more 100-year-old barns have been burned in the rash of barn fires that have plauged Wayne and Holmes County.
Professor who was an auto mechanic before he was an academic is teaching a new course this fall is concentrating on the automobile as a new lens through which to view American cultural development.
More than 284 Holsteins were exhibited at the 2001 Pennsylvania Fall Championship Showat the All-American Dairy Show.
Deerfield Farms Service has taken over operations at Rainbow’s End grain elevator and storage facility in Kinsman. The lease agreement went into effect in early October.
The Northeast Ohio Tour of Solar Homes Oct. 13 is a free, self-guided tour features solar homes and green building projects in nine communities.
Russell Garber’s commitment to caring for his trees started over half a century ago when he bought property in Green Township.he knew had “a good young woods.”
Critics say the White House waited too long in the legislative process to release its position, and lost its chance to help mold the bill.
Warren Garretson, 62, and his partner Jim Wagner, 55, have given up their fast-paced New Jersey lifestyles and are creating an outdoorsman’s paradise on 2,000 acres of reclaimed mine land in the hills of Belmont County.
The Ohio Maple Producers Association annual meeting and tour will be held Nov. 2-3 in Geauga County.
The cost of fuel ethanol has become a “crop” problem for USDA’s Agricultural Research Service, which has a Corn-Ethanol Process Cost Reduction project that has been going on since 1997 at the research service’s Eastern Regional Research Center in Wyndmoor, Pa.
The 4-H Benefit Auction, to help raise $5,000 to $10,000, will be Oct. 20 at the 4-H Park.
The newly released EPA “Fuel Economy Trends Report” reports the lowest fuel economy since 1980, and attributes it to the increase in light trucks on America’s roads.
A surplus equipment auction for Cleveland MetroParks Sept. 29 by Joe Mescan, auctioneer, put 226 items that went on the auction block. High selling items were the trucks, tractors and equipment.
More than 3,000 visitors are expected for the Oct. 20-21 event which features some of the best colors of the season.
The Heinz Pittsburgh Regional History Center is offering an Oct. 20 class on “Finding Your Ancestor’s Passenger List.”