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Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Corn plant growth is complicated, and so many things can go wrong

Corn planting continues this week as fields dry out. Over half of the corn acres in our region have already been planted. Under optimal conditions,...

Wolves biggest concern for settlers

Q: "Just Ask" on April 28 listed the animals that settlers found here. What was the worst to them? A: Settler Job Chamberlin explained: "The wolf...

Letters to the Editor 5-19-14

COURT COSTS HIM PLENTY It was a dark and stormy night. It was after 8 p.m. and it was windy, snowing sideways, with...

Thumbs

UP: Despite the economic and academic advantages, small, rural Ohio school districts have been reluctant to merge in recent years. An exception could soon...

Letters to the Editor 05-17-14

FUEL MANDATE IS WORKING The May 13 article: "Marathon exec bashes fuel mandate," captures perfectly the self-interest of the petroleum industry. Big petroleum companies...

Guess ‘who who’ is making a comeback in Ohio?

The monkey-like face of the barn owl was once a common sight. As many farms shifted focus from livestock to row crops, the owl's...

Mumps scare

Ohio requires certain vaccinations for school-age children, but it is the only state without a similar immunization rule for those attending preschool or...

Letters to the Editor 05-16-14

WEB FREEDOM IS AT RISK The FCC is now considering proposals that will allow it to regulate the Internet and block potentially harmful...

Camp Fire honors, health merger

A Wednesday story (Page A6) about seven extraordinary middle-school youth should inspire the young and old and make us all feel good about...

Letters to the Editor 5-15-14

CHALLENGE ANSWERED On May 8, Terry Cook wrote: "I defy Withrow, or anyone, or any group, to challenge me about anything I...
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