Monthly Archives: August 2007
The thunder roared in the middle of the night, and suddenly I was wide awake. It wasn't the storm that brought me up out of bed, but my son's sweet dog, Spanky.
In the down-is-up world of American biofuels, success carries enormous costs. The latest evidence of these costs is an amendment tucked into the House version of the 2007 farm bill: As Mexican granular sugar flows into the U.
Night sounds intensify as August draws to a close. Though a cooler night air usually means a more comfortable night's sleep, the sounds of singing crickets and katydids always wash me with a bit of melancholy since I associate them with starting back to school.
I have probably bored you at length with my battles with bats, which are far more plentiful this summer than at any other time in memory.
Getting ready for Canfield Fair was always a rite of passage in bygone days, and it was surely less complicated then than it is today.
MILLERSBURG, Ohio - As the number of animals in the Holmes County Junior Fair Dairy Show continues to increase, so does the quality of the animals presented by exhibitors.
MILLERSBURG, Ohio - The junior fair livestock auction is always the highlight of any fair and the 2007
ASHLAND, Ohio - Last year, Ashland
Logan Hittle, 9, son of Matt and Lisa Hittle of Nashport, Ohio, is pictured with his grand champion market hog at the 2007 Muskingum County Fair.
COLUMBUS - The Ohio Agricultural Council inducted Ohio Columbus Barber, Linus Losh, Tom Price and Bobby VanStavern into the Ohio Agricultural Hall of Fame Aug.