Wednesday, July 15, 2020
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Alan Guebert ponders the division that's present in the United States, considering everything from systemic racism and the pandemic to ag policy.
Mr. Wonderful, Boy Wonder and Girl Wonder

Kymberly Foster Seabolt dotes on Mr. Wonderful, reflecting on the kind of father he's been over the years, as Father's Day approaches.
soybean field

Marlin Clark delivers a grain market report for the week of June 15, 2020.
black lives matter sign at a George Floyd protest

Alan Guebert ponders his own white privilege — the privilege many rural Americans share — and how it can be used to speak up and combat racism.
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Judith Sutherland remembers her oldest dog, Channing, who passed away just four days shy of turning 14.

Learn some simple backyard conservation practices that won't make you public enemy No. 1 in the neighborhood.
Lanterman's Mill

Julie Geiss recounts the views of a recent trip to Mill Creek Park. Learn more about the history of the man-made structures and the beauty around them.
Ohio farm

Dairy Excel columnist Bonnie Ayars offers advice on how farmers can sustain life now and for the next 150 years.

Wildlife specialists believe coyote populations have reached a saturation point and may be having a positive impact on agriculture and local ecosystems.
Kym Seabolt's husband removing window shutters

Kymberly Foster Seabolt tackles house projects to pass time during the COVID-19 pandemic.