Sunday, November 29, 2020

Yearly Archives: 2020


By the 20th century, the passenger pigeon disappeared from the sky above and the earth below. It was extinct.

Job losses resulting from the coronavirus pandemic have affected many, but workers in some demographic groups and industry sectors have been hit harder.
Beaver Creek State Park

Julie Geiss and her family visit Beaver Creek State Park.
cow genomics

The beauty of continued growth is learning to make improvements and then build on them.
Himebaugh Bros. Inc. Tag

Kym Seabolt finally brought home a piece of her family's history — an antique table handed down to her from her grandmother.
men with milk

Bringing higher rates of unemployment and poverty, the pandemic has also pushed more people into a struggle to buy the basics, including food.

Catch up on local 4-H news from Richland County 4-H and Geauga County Beef and Swine 4-H club.

Learn the best management practices to help protect hunters and their families against chronic wasting disease.

Researchers have confirmed a case of the Gulf Coast tick in Gallia County, Ohio and are keeping our eye out for further spread.
turkey, mashed potatoes, green beans and stuffing

Alan Guebert urges us to remember this year is about what we did to persevere, to stick, even though events or people pulled us toward failure.