Friday, November 27, 2015

Monthly Archives: July 2005

Eating healthy in today's world can prove to be a major challenge. I just ran across a very old book in my collection which has intrigued me.

Most freelance writers are born moochers. With no corporate travel budget behind them and a flood-or-dust income stream in front of them, the art of mooching - traveling, dining, drinking and vacationing on other peoples' tabs - quickly becomes a way of life.

One Saturday when my brother could lend me his help and his pick-up bed, I finally brought home the three-seater swing complete with awning in a color scheme I could live with (no large patterns with flowers or leaves), that I'd purchased weeks ago at a summer clearance price.

As usual, I'm ahead of the curve in all the wrong ways. Just once I'd like to be the first to buy the next hot stock, embrace the next fashion-forward look, or even have the season's hottest salad dressing on my plate before anyone else (Lime Kool-Aid vinaigrette anyone?).

LISBON, Ohio - The Columbiana County Historical Association and the Columbiana County Agricultural Society selected three individuals to induct in the Columbiana County Agricultural Hall of Fame: Emmet Baer, Leonard Lowmiller and George Wilson.

COLUMBUS - With the persistence of hot and dry weather in parts of Ohio, we have continued to see the beginnings of spider mites in numerous fields, and some fields have been sprayed.

Every year, Farm and Dairy expands the number of county fairs it covers. But likewise, every year, the editorial department gets stretched a little thinner.

COLUMBUS - The Ohio Agricultural Council will induct Clarence Cunningham, Neal Schirm, Robert Teater, and John Weaver into the Ohio Agricultural Hall of Fame, Aug.

CANFIELD, Ohio - Two district Holstein clubs combined their shows this year, as the District 1 and 2 Holstein clubs teamed up for the Northeast Ohio District Holstein Show July 23 at the Mahoning County Fairgrounds in Canfield.

SALEM, Ohio - The Ohio Department of Agriculture Ohio Department of Agriculture is responsible for diagnosing animal diseases but it's also responsible for disposing of the infected carcasses.