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Green thumb not needed

July 12, 2013 You don’t have a green thumb? No big deal. I have a grandaughter who has the blackest thumb you could imagine, yet she still keeps her front yard looking tidy and gree. more »»

Helping grads pay down debt, plan for future

July 2, 2013 Last week, I heard from Lynsay Spratlen, a Macedonia native and Ashland University graduate who is working at a tech firm in Summit County. more »»

Employers should try to hire Americans first

June 26, 2013 The United States is a nation of immigrants. From the transcontinental railroad to today’s technological advancements on the information superhighway, immigrants have helped to build our natio. more »»

This means war: Japanese beetles keep her hopping

June 21, 2013 Let’s keep our fingers crossed. Last year, I saw few Japanese beetles and that was great. more »»

Advice to parents: How to create harmony within families

June 15, 2013 “Nothing is more important for the public wealth than to form and train up youth in wisdom and virtu. more »»

Whimsy in the garden is wonderful

June 14, 2013 If you are a determined and serious gardener with little tolerance for the frivolous, then please read no further. more »»

Do you know weeds from wildflowers?

May 31, 2013 Is it a weed or not? That’s a matter of opinion. more »»

Some bugs worthy of our tolerance

May 24, 2013 Ugh! is the most common reaction to the appearance of a bug. And by “bug,” I mean an insect or spider. more »»

Pansies perennially produce prettiness

May 17, 2013 There is always something for the gardener to look forward to in the last weeks of winter. Those pansies we see gracing so many gardens now in May are beautiful to behold. more »»

Join the quest for a just peace for Palestinians

May 3, 2013 Returning to Palestine after an absence of almost two years, many warm, hospitable greetings and loud homecoming shouts of the children brought tears to my eyes. more »»

Vines offer fine coverup

May 3, 2013 Do you have a crumbling wall, an unsightly fence, an ugly shed or an empty trellis? There is a quick solution to the problem that can be as permanent or as temporary as you wish. Plant an annual vine. more »»

Obamacare presents business challenges

May 1, 2013 Much information and misinformation has been communicated about the Affordable Care Act, often referred to as Obamacare. One group keeping a close watch is small business owners. more »»

Creeger represents 40-plus years

May 1, 2013 The flag flying in the front yard of the Creeger home on SR 18 is doing so with a strong foundation, and it is a work in progress symbolic of the Creeger famil. more »»

Irksome tasks part of every gardener’s life

April 26, 2013 Gardening is not all planting flowers and vegetables on a warm, spring day and harvesting warm, ripe tomatoes in late summer. more »»

Fig trees will grow here, but be diligent

April 12, 2013 A fig tree was growing on a hillside among the grape vines. It had been there for three years and, finally frustrated with the lack of fruit, the vineyard owner told the gardener to cut the tree down. more »»

Salamanders ready for spawning

April 12, 2013 Mole salamander is the term for any of seven species of salamanders in the genus Ambystoma in Ohio. more »»

Aviation, love of flag runs in family

April 10, 2013 Nevin Earl Ballreich flew Corsairs during World War II and after while he was still in the military. more »»

Marching into April brings hope

April 5, 2013 In most years, I write a column in mid-March listing all the garden tasks waiting to be completed in this busy month. Not this year. more »»

Getting started may be toughest step

April 3, 2013 For anyone who contemplates taking the entrepreneurial plunge, the most difficult question may be how to get started. Having one’s own business is the American Dream for man. more »»

 
 

 

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