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Beautiful but devastating

Wednesday, November 22, 2000

Don’t deck your halls with oriental bittersweet this holiday season. It’s a vine that is actually a not-so-nice, non-native, invasive plant that is forcing out and replacing native plants in a large part of the United States.

See the season’s hustle and bustle through a child’s eyes

Wednesday, November 22, 2000

Is all the holiday season’s running around really fun for your children?

DFA sells New Bremen plant to Central Soya

Wednesday, November 22, 2000

Dairy Farmers of America has sold its dairy processing operations in New Bremen, Ohio, to the Central Soya Company.

Sights, sounds, and smells of holidays in historic Avon

Wednesday, November 22, 2000

Avon’s historic French Creek District will hold its 21st annual Candlelight Weekend beginning Dec. 1.

Final count from Monroe County shows levies pass

Wednesday, November 22, 2000

A final tally of the Monroe County mill levy votes confirm that all three county levies have passed.

Hoover Historical Center will host Christmas event

Wednesday, November 22, 2000

Christmas trees, beginning with the period of the 1850s to the the latest fiberoptic-style Christmas tree, will be featured in the Hoover Historical Center’s holiday open house Dec. 3.

Junior Grange royalty begin reign

Wednesday, November 22, 2000

Ohio State Grange junior royalty were crowned at the junior pageant during the 128th annual Ohio State Grange convention.

New law mandates extremity lights on Ohio tractors

Monday, November 20, 2000

By October 2001, all multi-wheeled farm tractors in Ohio that travel on streets or highways at night must be equipped with amber lights on the back, marking the outer edges of the wheels.

WPA arts project posters now online

Thursday, November 16, 2000

The Library of Congress has added its collection of Depression-era posters to its online archive.

Election means Congress needs to work together

Thursday, November 16, 2000

The close election underscores the need for a bipartisan approach to legislation in Congress.

Horse housing: Equine facilities are as diverse as owners’ needs

Thursday, November 16, 2000

Is there a single design plan you should follow when building a house for your horse? No.

Grants offered to Pa. dairymen

Thursday, November 16, 2000

Grants can help Pa. milk producers improve their bottom line with a better business plan.

New stamp captures historic symbolism of White House

Thursday, November 16, 2000

The White House is honored in its bicentennial year as the official residence of the president on a new U.S. postage stamp.

Ohio State Grange elects new master

Thursday, November 16, 2000

An Ashtabula County man will lead the Ohio State Grange in the coming year.

Pork program offered at Ohio State

Thursday, November 16, 2000

Go back to school: Pork 509 class will address production at the farm, packing-plant and retail levels.

A job fit only for an ag superhero

Thursday, November 16, 2000

What is the job description for the next U.S. secretary of agriculture? Superhero, explains Editor Susan Crowell in her column this week.

Report: Ohio farmers can achieve success without using chemicals

Thursday, November 16, 2000

It is possible to use agricultural production systems that are not chemically-intensive, and to make a living doing it.

Monroe County levies pass, but totals not final

Thursday, November 16, 2000

The levy to fund the Monroe County SWCD office passed by two votes… for now.

Scott Market offers wide array of items

Thursday, November 16, 2000

Thanksgiving marks the season opener of the Ohio Scott Antique Market that runs monthly November through June in Columbus.

Township embroiled in struggle over zoning

Thursday, November 16, 2000

Land in Washington County, Pa., Canton Township, which had been zoned 65 percent agricultural and 35 percent residential, is now 15 percent agricultural and 85 percent residential.

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