Joyce Kuhn beams as she cranes her neck to admire a colorful new addition to her old red barn. What used to be a bare spot is now a large, red-white-and-blue square made of plywood that features the Ohio Star. She and her husband constructed the art piece and installed it this spring.
Alana Acosta headed to Olympia this week to accept the Governor’s Choice Award for her piece “Depixed.”
In the four decades since returning to the family farm, Sheila Case-Smith can’t remember a warmer May.
Liam Blas, 6, was presented with a gold medallion last Friday, recognizing him for handwriting skills uncommon for a kindergartner.
Gas costs 10 cents per gallon, but on the drive home from filling the tank, a car may be delayed by cows crossing the road. Lanterns were the mode of lighting, even after the introduction of electricity, since it wasn’t on 24 hours a day. Trucks with benches passed as school buses and bartering for gas, eggs and chickens took the place of using money.