The other day I looked at our family calendar and saw nothing but a blank white square. It scared the heck out of me.
Archive for February 2nd, 2012
Like the weather, everyone complains about how slanderous politics has become but no one ever does anything about it.
Area trappers may be looking at a decent paycheck for a change. It’s been several years since raw fur prices have rewarded those dedicated outdoorsmen who work the steel for anything other than the sheer joy of being out there, but reports of rising prices are encouraging.
There is no other relationship quite like those of teacher-student, and the shadow of some of those connections follow the student for a very long walk in to adulthood.
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — A Purdue University researcher has taken corn off steroids and found that the results might lead to improvements in that and other crops.
The government pays thousands of people to “help” the farmer. Just how do these government organizations help us farmers?
The United States government borrows trillions of dollars from China, which will some day need to be paid back by our children or grandchildren, with interest.
DAMASCUS, Ohio –The Circle 62 4-H Club elected officers at their meeting Jan. 14. The president is Joey Hollback; vice president is James Kataro; secretary is Jade Huff; health officer is Sami Stryffeler; safety officer is Madi Definbaugh; and news reporter is Joseph Kataro. The club held a pumpkin sale in the fall and raised [...]
With more funding to work with, Ohio officials expect big year for mine reclamation.
CONGRESS, Ohio — The Northwestern FFA chapter had a successful citrus fruit sale last fall, and spring’s sausage sale is looking good. The whole hog sausage sale runs until Feb. 15. The chapter will be making the sausage Feb. 25, in cooperation with Heffelfinger Meats. Sausage must be picked up at the high school’s loading [...]