The bible of Buckeye birders has been revised and published in a second edition.
University of Dayton was one of the three college teams of student investors have named national champions in a first of its kind portfolio management competition.
To remain profitable, growers will have to manage the crop well, limit costs, and market for the top dollar, said Ohio State University agronomist Jim Beuerlein. “For most producers, the easiest and most effective approach is to reduce the cost of production.”
A 5-year-old Holstein cow and Holstein yearling heifer were named supreme champions from the 560 head of dairy cattle that paraded through the tanbark ring for the 2001 Spring Dairy Expo March 29-31 in Columbus.
During “Celebrate Summer in Columbiana County” April 21 Health Department personnel will offer assistance in learning how to recognize a failing system or obtain information about a new site.
Secretary of Agriculture Ann Veneman authorizes an additional $32 million to protect the United States against foreign diseases in her FY 2002 proposed budget.
County Historical Society president Wendell Lauth will lecture April 21 on “The Civil War and Trumbull County.
2000 U.S. Census results place Edgar Springs, Mo., population 190, as the new population center of the United States.
The 22nd annual Public Auction to benefit the Erie County 4-H Youth Development Program will be held
The stray voltage problems experienced in one Pennsylvania county has sent the state on a search for solutions.
Patrick Murphy, Web editor for the National Auctioneers Association, writes about how to go about looking for and choosing an auctioneer.
A group of six professional, young mothers from the Petersburg and Boardman areas are revolutionizing the typical “girls’ night out” by turning it into their “GNO for Good.”
Champions announced for the Ohio Cattlemen’s Association Junior Steer and Heifer Show.
Growing Renaissance family purchases the vitamin and premix business of FurstMcNess within the eastern states.
Lanny Rhodes, Ohio State University associate professor of plant pathology, warns that poisonous mushrooms can look similar to edible varieties, and that if people mistakenly eat a poisonous mushroom, they could become seriously ill, or even die.
Wheeling, W.Va., residents Chip West, owner of the Point Overlook Museum and Omni, and Orland Carra, PC specialist and graphic artist, have produced a first of a planned six volume Wheeling Historic Photo CD set.
Nearly 200 Holmes Count dairy farmers and guests attended the dairy banquet at Walnut Creek March 26 for the annual dairy awards presentations.
A genealogy workshop series, offered by the Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library and the Franklin County Genealogical and Historical Society, is designed to introduce family history searchers to the many records and resources available to them.
The Mahoning Valley Railroad Heritage Association will operate a steam powered passenger train on a the trip from Dennison, Ohio, to the Strawberries on the Square festival in Newark, Ohio, on June 30.
In this week’s commentary, Editor Susan Crowell coments on the ironic twist of California producers’ milk being pooled in the Upper Midwest federal order.