”The quality of a farmer’s stock may determine the farmer’s ultimate success or failure.” — The Dictionary for New Farmers, 1st edition.
Is fishing over for the winter, at least until the ice grows firm again? Not at all. There are lakes and reservoirs all over Ohio, from Charles Mill and Pleasant Hill clear down to the Ohio River where saugeyes traditionally make a winter migration to territory just below their dams. Over th…
Change is inevitable, necessary and even desired. We choose change all the time. We change our oil, address, hair color, diet, job, friends, toilet paper roll, underwear and even our operating system.
As Ohio awaits approval of new requirements for many of its Medicaid recipients to work or volunteer in order to receive benefits, we must ensure the program is as meaningful as possible for those impacted.
Stories and storytelling is embedded in our country culture. Appalachian poems and poets speak of the history, the land, the music, the people, and their struggles. Robert Penn Warren wrote, “For what is a poem but a hazardous attempt at self-understanding: it is the deepest part of autobiography.”
Social Security puts you in control of your finances and future. We have made requesting or replacing your annual Benefit Statement even easier. The Benefit Statement is also known as the SSA-1099 or the SSA-1042S. Now you have the ability to download it anytime and anywhere you want using o…
Some outdoor folk in the Logan area just give up fishing in the winter because it can be cold out there and ice fishing doesn’t appeal, but there’s open water too, at least when warmer days let Lake Erie rivers and streams open up and some of those open waters harbor big fish indeed.
I lie awake sometimes, in bed, in the wee hours of the morning and I think. Better put, I brood — but not about a single topic. My brain goes from here to there, whizzing, whirring, round about from subject to subject and then back again to a previous one.
I love a good mystery. On the commute, the mysteries range from solving the puzzle concerning which route will be less entangled with trouble or which will embrace my time budget while also offering me the scenery I crave. And even with the scenery, there are sometimes mysteries.
The opioid epidemic is taking its toll in communities across the country. In Ohio alone, drugs overdoses killed over 4,300 in 2016, according to the National Centers for Health Statistics. This is unacceptable.
Kids are surprisingly resilient in the face of a crisis. But even so, serious family money troubles can potentially affect a young person’s home life, education and outlook on money management down the road.