My own fair, Wayne County, is a great fair, but it's not the only one.
Reporter Kristy Foster Seachrist shares some images from her recent trip to Niagara Falls, N.Y. as part of a trip to the 2013 Ag Media Summit
Charles Wiltse's Depression-era farm journal shows trials and tribulations of farm life in 1930s Ohio.
More and more, the real victims are the people who work and pay their way through life, because someone else is always looking to take from them.
I spend a lot of time in an office, but when I've got a "real" job to do, I like having the right tool.
It's been 100 years since the flood of 1913, the worst natural disaster in Ohio's history. Dayton, Ohio, was one of the hardest hit cities. Here's a bit of history and some historical photographs.
Unlike last spring, we're 10-15 degrees cooler than normal this year. Are you concerned?
“If you think what’s going on today is cool, you better take another look at it because you should be furious.”
If you enjoy reading about the 1800s time period, you may want to read, "Sunset in Kentucky."
A reader found out that his property documents related to his oil and gas aren't recorded as they should be. They are missing his wife's name! Are yours recorded properly?
Beaver Local Middle School invited reporter Kristy Foster Seachrist to come in and talk to them about journalism and agriculture.
Last Saturday morning, I was coming out of my barn and found something I wasn't expecting.