The American Farm Bureau Federation calls last-minute settlement to speeds up EPA’s implementation “a slap in the face to ranchers and farmers.
U.S. Federal Trade Commission and the American Academy of Ophthalmology issue publication on facts about the corrective surgery.
Ohio native Laura Ann Bergman returns from Missouri to act as the first full-time director of Innovative Farmers of Ohio.
A mahogany Chippendale bonnet-top highboy was the top-selling item at an auction by Nick Verbus and Mike Dinse, selling for $4,500.
George Slater explains the position of the Ohio Farmers Union in support of the Nobel County visioning program.
Ashtabula County wine grape grower Gene Sigel thinks the Grape Industries Program of the ODA owes him almost $50,000 for grape vines he has planted. A legal opinion to the Grape Industries Committee advises that the committee’s program was never legal.
At least 14 moderate-size earthquakes have caused minor to moderate damage in Ohio.
Columnist Dale Wildman writes looks with approval at the bipartisian appeal of President George W. Bush and at the need for political civility.
A marketing network for lamb and goat producers in the Northeast, from Maine to West Virginia, is being created at Cornell University.
The nomination of Sen. John Ashcroft as attorney general shows that Bush is serious about cleaning up the justice department.
The sixth Great Lakes International Grazing Conference will be Feb. 12-13, at the Shipshewana Antique Auction Barn in Shipshewana, Ind.
As of Feb. 22, producers will get Grade A prices for Swiss cheese with smaller eyes or holes.
More beef cattle are eating frozen food this winter. And that’s good, says a University of Missouri forage specialist.
A new examination of some of the most widely used middle school physical science textbooks has found texts with egregious errors.
Farm Bureau rep’s comment regarding the Noble County visioning program angers another county resident.
Here’s some Super Bowl weekend trivia for you: Did you know the phrase “back to square one” has its roots in football?
If hog slaughter increases 4 percent to 5 percent this fall, compared to fall 2000, widening spreads between live hog and wholesale pork values will likely result in Iowa-southern Minnesota hog prices averaging in the upper $20s.
The West Virginia Direct Marketing Association’s annual conference will be held at the Ramada-Downtown in Wheeling Feb. 2 and 3.
Who’s running the nation’s forest management program? Editor Susan Crowell questions recent decisions made in Washington.
A new exhibit at the Arms Family Museum of Local History in Youngstown outlines the history of firefighting in the Mahoning Valley from the formation of its earliest companies to the present.