Editor: I am writing about Keith Campbell’s letter. I do not think we should ban all exotic animals, but why do we need to keep lions and tigers in Ohio? Do these wild and dangerous animals really belong in pens in Ohio, or anywhere else for that matter? Do you want to wait until the […]
Editor: This November we have an opportunity to make an investment in our community and our future by passing the 3.92 mill bond issue that will be used to renovate United Local schools. This will raise almost $9 million that will be matched by $30 million from the state of Ohio. Not paid for by […]
Editor: Well, it’s almost time to vote on the new school project. We have been given the opportunity to learn the facts on the bond issue. I hope you took advantage of them. Are you ready to put this district into more debt for the next three and a half decades? This means you and […]
BALTIMORE — A new study by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Center for Injury Research and Policy and Columbia University finds that the rate of alcohol involvement in fatal motor vehicle crashes in the U.S. is much lower among drivers with Canadian licenses than drivers with U.S. or Mexican licenses.
OLATHE, Kan. — To recognize the vital role that America’s farmers play in feeding the world this harvest season, John Deere is attempting a world-record at constructing a full-sized sculpture of its new S-Series combine from more than 300,000 cans of food at the John Deere Pavilion in downtown Moline, Ill.
WASHINGTON — Mexico lifted tariffs on U.S. exports, including pork, on Oct. 21, and the U.S. government, earlier in October, granted the first permit to a Mexican trucking firm to haul goods into the United States.
NEW YORK — The end of the pollinating season is good news for everyone with hay fever and similar summer allergies, but those who are sensitive to mold spores may have to wait until the first frost to find relief.
SALEM, Ohio — Chris Adams of Fredonia, Pa., provided us with the second submission in our Brag About Your Bag photo gallery. Adams is pictured with the 185-pound deer he shot with a crossbow on Oct. 25. The photo was submitted by Sonya Ohler.
The Certified Angus Beef ® brand this year will split the Louis M. “Mick” Colvin Scholarship of $15,000 among five undergraduate scholarships, in the amounts of $5,000, $4,000, $3,000, $2,000 and $1,000.
COLUMBUS — The six surviving animals that were turned loose Oct. 18 from a Zanesville exotic animal zoo will remain under the care of the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, state officials determined Oct. 27. The zoo issued a statement the same day saying the deceased owner’s widow, Marian Thompson, was on her way to pick […]
It is no news to anyone reading this that the farmers of Ohio are fighting for their crops and their livelihoods. The hardy farmers of northeast Ohio got parts of two days this weekend to run beans on squishy ground.
Mother Nature has already dismantled her art gallery and set the stage for her annual striptease. The performance is usually accompanied by wind music, sometimes as in the rattle of dry leaves — veils? — flung wantonly into the sky, sometimes without fanfare when raindrops keep the dancers grounded. Some veils lie in mosaic skirts […]