Thursday, February 22, 2024
hands with puzzle

The pandemic is touching the lives of everyone, globally. That knowledge helps put things in perspective for Rebecca Miller.
Christmas In Evergreen

When life becomes too hectic, too depressing, too whatever, there’s nothing like a good Hallmark Christmas movie.

"It's time to get political." That's a headline message on the Web site of The Humane Society of the United States.

The past four years have certainly been a time of change and progress for Ohio’s agriculture industry.

My first few years at Farm and Dairy, when I entered the building from the rear, I had to walk by two mammoth Linotype...

What you never read in the mainstream press.

The recent televised Academy Awards program was an Al Gore-apalooza, as the assembled actors and musicians were almost giddy in their support of the former vice president.

Agriculture drives a huge chunk of the economy in both Ohio and Pennsylvania. And that's not hyperbole, it's fact.

Finding words of wisdom in a 1936 journal: "Blessed is the man who can enjoy the small things, the common beauties: the little day-by-day events, sunshine on the fields... So many people who go afield for enjoyment leave it behind them at home.” --David Grayson (pen name for Ray Stannard Baker).

"Have you seen this?" The Twitter direct message from John Blue of Truffle Media asked. "Indiana Fair Oaks Farm video." And it gave the...