MOUNT VERNON, Ohio — Despite some dictionary definitions of a frolic include a drunken brawl, in an Amish community, it’s more a social event.
Scientific evidence shows a link between eating cocoa products and reduction of cardiovascular disease, blood pressure, platelet aggregation and cholesterol levels, as well as cognitive ability, memory, insulin sensitivity and increased blood flow to the brain.
The top stories from the week Feb. 1 to Feb 7, 2015.
The recent measles outbreak linked to Disney amusement parks in southern California should not be a concern for anyone who has had measles in the past or who has received two doses of the measles vaccine.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich outlines his goals for water quality.
Like many homespun skills, DIY lard is making a comeback.
A Sterling man wins a restoration contest for what he was able to accomplish with the renovation of his wide front Farmall M.
Ohio’s Senate Ag Committee holds hearings on new water quality bill.
Ohio Tax Commissioner Joe Testa’s agricultural advisory committee will meet March 5, with CAUV as the primary agenda item.
Though few, February’s gardening tasks let gardeners get a head start on spring planting.