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A Pennsylvania farmer commends Rep. Phil English for his vote in support of Trade Promotion Authority.
Dennis Weilnau, agricultural extension agent in Stark and Summit counties and a member of OSU’s DairyExcel team, urges dairy producers to build their New Year’s resolutions around improvements.
Each week “Farm and Dairy” takes a look at what was making news in years gone by.
Farm and Family Living columnist Laurie Marlatt Steeb passes on an article on raising children by Thomas Phelan.
Antique columnist Roy Booth writes about Gustave Stickley’s “mission” style furniture.
Employment law analyst says preparation and forethought can make the process less traumatic for everyone involved.
With the new “Smithsonian Kids: Collecting” Web site, millions more school children can experience the Smithsonian’s one-of-a-kind collections online.
The 54-43 vote to end debate was just six short of the 60 votes needed to free the measure for a vote. Both political parties blamed the other for the delay.
The latest informal survey shows an 18-cent decrease on the average total cost of 16 basic grocery items from this year’s third quarter.
Port Clinton, Lorain, Huron, Kelleys Island and some Cleveland suburbs among those benefiting from Ohio’s Coastal Management Program.
The Library of Congress and its American Folklife Center are looking for World War I veterans willing to be interviewed about their war experiences.
By replacing the typical central Pennsylvania forest community of red oak, black oak, and red maple with thirstier species the university has created an area with a natural demand for waste water.
If you didn’t repot your house plants this fall you should do it now, since most plants actually double in size every 6 to 12 months.
A series of OSU sponsored meetings early in the year will clarify the USDA’s requirements for establishing sheep and goat identification systems as part of a government effort to track and eradicate scrapie.
Delays not due to mechanical breakdowns often can be avoided by matching each component in the system to the combine’s capacity.
The summer and fall auctions brought a wide assortment of unique and historical ephemera from the American West onto the block. Autographs were the most desirable items.
Taking whole fruit capsules containing cherries has been shown to provide relief from arthritis and joint pain.
Mark Baker who has his own clock repair shop in Damascus says just about every person who comes into his shop has a story to shares behind the piece they bring.
In this week’s commentary, Editor Susan Crowell comments on the importance of agriculture to the nation’s economy.
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