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Heirlooms offer a look into history

September 16, 2016 When I look at some of the old family antiques that I am lucky enough to have, I often wonder who bought the. more »»

 
 
 
‘Natural’ would squash centuries of work

August 11, 2016 “Natural” or “all natural” are words widely used these days in the food industry. They are used because we consumers seem to want our food as close to nature as possible. more »»

Losing war of squirrels

July 29, 2016 We’ve been having a big contest at our house. No, it’s not between Betty and me; it is between us and the squirrels. We enjoy feeding the birds because we like to watch and study them. more »»

Milk price outlook might be looking up

July 14, 2016 At the risk of putting you to sleep, let’s take a look at the price local farmers have been getting for their milk. more »»

Reports reflect value of modern farming

June 23, 2016 Not too long ago, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Economic Research Service came out with three reports that highlighted the value of today’s modern agriculture and food productio. more »»

Busy summers full of memories

June 17, 2016 My guess is that many of you have lots of memories about your activities during the summer months. Things you did would depend on where you lived, in the city, small town or on a farm. more »»

Honoring past fosters sense of community

May 27, 2016 Memorial Day will be here next Monday. With it comes many memories of our veterans, family and friends of years ago. more »»

Say, have you heard this one?

April 21, 2016 Recently, longtime friend Carl Stokes from New Lyme called with some information about when to plant cor. more »»

Fever springs as grasses grow green

March 25, 2016 Spring is coming, no doubt about it. All the sights, sounds and smells of spring are around us — or soon will be. We just have to watch for them. Along with spring comes a disease that we can all get. more »»

Study: Land, air would be hurt by ban

March 24, 2016 Recently I received the results of a new study from Purdue University about genetic engineering of crop. more »»

Farmers plot planting for spring

February 25, 2016 As spring approaches, some local farmers have not yet decided what crops they will plant when the weather breaks, so they can get into their field. more »»

Agenda

February 25, 2016 • WEATHERSFIELD TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES will caucus 8 a.m. today at the township hall. • LORDSTOWN BOARD OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS will meet 4 p.m. today at the village administration building. more »»

We know the time in our house

January 1, 2016 Let me wish you a happy new year, that is if you are awake after staying up late to watch the old year leave us and the new one arrive. more »»

A penny saved ... is Christmas earned

December 11, 2015 We don’t need to be told that Christmas is fast approaching. Just read all the advertisements in the newspaper or listen to them on TV. more »»

Locally grown Christmas trees decorate the holiday

December 10, 2015 Recently, I walked into a major department store when they happened to be unpacking some fairly large boxes. On the side I happened to notice the stamp “Made in China. more »»

Mission holds children’s event

December 10, 2015 WINTER FEST SET: The Warren Family Mission, 155 Tod Ave. NW, Warren, will hold a Winter Fest 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday for children up to age 14. more »»

Agenda

December 10, 2015 • HUBBARD PARKS AND RECREATION BOARD will meet 7 p.m. today at the municipal building. • MAHONING COUNTY COMMISSIONERS will meet 10 a.m. today at the commissioners’ hearing room. more »»

Where have the fence rows gone?

November 20, 2015 Recently, a friend of mine in Trumbull County raised the interesting question “where have all the fence rows gone?” In case you wonder what fence rows were, they were separations or divisions... more »»

Amish cheese co-op hits stride

November 5, 2015 “We not only make the American type cheeses but we make several specialty cheeses,” said Nevin Byler, manager and cheese maker for the Middlefield Original Cheese Cooperative at the October breakfas... more »»

From rakes to pranks

October 30, 2015 With the exception of what is to follow, fall is generally a nice time of the year. more »»

Pipe popularity a hazy memory

October 9, 2015 Recently, reader Lloyd Revis from Warren sent me a letter commenting on some of the things we used to see in the past but are not as common today. more »»

 
 
 

 

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