Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Monthly Archives: November 2006

I am always on the look-out for new books on Lyme disease. Most are scientifically-based and might offer a glimmer of hope through new treatment options within the medical world.

For years, farmers' hearts would leap when the word "ethanol" appeared in a newspaper headline. Now farmers almost dread it because they know the ensuing story is likely to outline the inevitable bust that awaits them if the current unplanned, willy-nilly ethanol boom continues.

My family gathered around Dad's dining room table for Thanksgiving dinner. After lingering over the trimmings, we talked about walking off some of our over-indulgence.

Look, I don't want to alarm anyone, but last week was Thanksgiving. How did that happen? It seems like only yesterday, I was first perusing the Christmas holiday decor alongside the Fourth of July merchandise.

How do we know when it is time? For weeks, I've ached when Ori winces as he eases himself down on his bed.

WASHINGTON - The emerald ash borer quarantine has been expanded and includes the entire states of Illinois, Indiana and Ohio, more than doubling the previously quarantined area which includes the entire lower peninsula of Michigan.

WASHINGTON - With ethanol demand at record highs and existing strong food use of corn, some experts are wondering where the extra corn will come from.

CANFIELD, Ohio - A Mahoning County couple is a semifinalist for the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation's Young Farmers Award.

FENTON, Mo. - Agricultural, industrial and outdoor power equipment dealers throughout North America are now hiring, according to the North American Equipment Dealers Association.

BELTSVILLE, Md. - Having successfully turned pieces of giant soybean stalks into charcoal briquettes, Agricultural Research Service chemical engineer Justin Barone now believes they would make good fiberboard and other wood-substitute products as well.