Spring has sprung! The robins are looking for fresh food in the yard, woods, and fields that surround the Bumpy Road. The morning sun welcomes each new day as it
Buzzards or turkey vultures? We have been seeing them even in February of this 2019. In Ohio, the small town of Hinckley celebrates the return of the buzzards with people
Planting cover crops is not a new concept. Many farmers have planted them for several years and have seen some of the benefits they can provide. One of the biggest
“Keep watch, because you do not know when the owner of the house will return.” The Apostle Mark wrote that some time ago. I always want to give credit to
45 Years Ago Kelly Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Brown, of Sardis, was honored with a party on Sat., Feb. 9, for his seventh birthday on Feb. 8.
Top of the morning to ya from our house on “C” Ridge to your home wherever you live. I am celebrating early; I have my cup of tea and am
Kindelberger Family descendants of Friedrich and Margaretha (Newhart) Kindelberger are in the planning stages of a family reunion to be held at the Kindelberger Cabin at Stone Barn Farm, original
The Monroe Theatre’s past began to meet its future in February as Committee members and historic restoration architect Lauren Burge began refining the layout of the future Monroe Theatre Performing
45 Years Ago Among the 220 students who have qualified for the first semester honor roll at Muskingum College are: Marcia Lee Clegg, sophomore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.
If there is any doubt out there, this year March has “come in like a lion”. Does this mean it will be as peaceful as a lamb when March 31st