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Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Hancock County Agriculture Hall of Fame seeks 2020 nominations

Agriculture was one of the first industries in Hancock County. Farmers and agribusinesses have contributed to the economic growth and vitality of the...

Are you looking, or are you seeing?

By JIM ABRAMS Many are quite familiar with the fun fundraisers held by local chapters of Pheasants Forever, Ducks Unlimited, National Rifle Association,...

OSU Extension office helps farmers extend their education

Agriculture is one of the more regulated industries. These regulations increase the cost of farming and, unlike other industries, farmers are unable to...

Journalists, readers share same passion for local sports

By JEREMY SPEER Those who know me personally know I am a sports fan. As a child, you could find my dad and me...

Weekend: Former Findlay biologist helps make Pheasants Forever

By JIM ABRAMS Upland habitat disappeared quickly in Ohio; so quickly that a single generation saw the decline and near extirpation of many wildlife species. Advances...

Ohio State University celebrates 150 years of public education

By Ed Lentz Like many others, I was disappointed with Ohio State's loss to Clemson and that they would not have the opportunity to play...

The 5 biggest things I learned about Ohio last year

By JEREMY SPEER Ohio has meant a number of things to me over the years. • Where I lived during my first five years...

Take time to slow down this New Year

By JIM ABRAMS We've officially entered a new year and a new decade. It's difficult to believe how quickly some years seem to...

An agricultural year in review

It was a challenging year for agriculture in Hancock County. Weather, regulations and government policy made it tough to be a farmer. I...

Making outdoor use of your Christmas tree

By JIM ABRAMS While many have chosen the convenience of displaying an artificial tree during this festive season, there are still an estimated 25-30...
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