COLUMBUS, Ohio — The corn was dying that summer.
Tip 1: Welcome to the first Ohio 4-H LGBTQ+ Summit. The College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences at The Ohio State University will host the first Ohio 4-H LGBTQ+ Summit, April 27-28 at the Nationwide and Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center, 2201 Fred Taylor Drive, on Ohio State’s Columbus campus. The event will include a Professional Development Day, April 27, from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., for 4-H-affiliated adults including post-high school participants, 4-H professionals, parents and volunteers. The event will also feature a Youth Summit on April 28, from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., for youth only (and designated 4-H professionals), including middle school and high school students and youth not enrolled in 4-H. Registration for the April 27 portion of the summit is $50 for adults, $10 for currently enrolled college students. Registration for the April 28 portion of the summit is $10. More information: Kayla Oberstadt, 614-292-3758, or go.osu.edu/CJDv.
My roommate wants to take this caffeine powder he found online so that he can stay up late to study for his midterm exams. I’ve told him that’s not a good idea. Am I right?
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Nervous about the dramatic drop in milk prices, Ohio’s dairy farmers are leaving the business at a higher than usual rate.
PIKETON, Ohio — Manufacturing companies in central and southeastern Ohio can now take advantage of a new partnership offering engineering know-how from The Ohio State University.
Zombie Raccoons: Strange-acting so-called “zombie” raccoons are being reported in parts of the United States, including now in Youngstown. The animals apparently are sick with distemper.
I’ve noticed that sometimes, my refrigerator has a stale odor. How can I determine what’s causing the smell, and most importantly, how can I stop the problem from occurring?
PIKETON, Ohio — Inside cool water-filled tanks in southern Ohio, the laws of nature are being defied: Female yellow perch mate with other female yellow perch; male bluegills with other male bluegills.