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Friday, February 21, 2020

Woolly worms, like woodchucks, can’t predict weather

Is this going to be a rough winter? Just as woodchuck Punxsutawney Phil forecasts spring, the little banded woolly worms have been our winter...

Where does conservation funding come from?

As an ally of conservation, it's important to know where funding originates, how it's allocated and spent, and reasons for proposed changes. In Ohio, the...

Wet weather causes problems for wheat farmers

By Ed Lentz It has not been an easy year for many area wheat farmers. Farmers who planted their wheat after Oct. 20 were caught with...

Insects ready to invade homes

By Ed Lentz We will see a change in the weather this week. With the drop in temperatures, some outdoor insects will be searching for...

How much do you know about eggs?

The versatility and importance of eggs makes them a major component of agriculture. In tribute to the egg, here's a trivia list about them, just...

Hunting plays a vital role in the circle of life

By JIM ABRAMS While an occasional participant, I am not a fan of social media. It's not that there isn't a lot of...

24 hours in the life of a newspaper

By JEREMY SPEER Editor's note: This column is dedicated to the hardworking people of The Courier, The Advertiser-Tribune and Review Times, along with...

Who waters downtown planters?

Q: The flower planters on the poles in downtown Findlay are beautiful. How are they watered? -- Julie, Rawson. A: Ty Trest stops his pickup...

Bing Crosby: Entertainer, ‘American Sportsman’

My dad passed away when I was 13 years old and one of the many lingering voids includes the loss of my fishing mentor. I...

Wheat fields require nitrogen

Algae blooms in Lake Erie and the drinking water concerns in Toledo have many looking for a quick fix. Phosphorus and nitrogen entering the...
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