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Grazing In The Grass: An Old-Fashioned Idea Holds New Promise For Sustainable Farming

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On 120 acres in Marion, Kentucky, small-scale farmer Joseph Mast is taking an innovative approach to provide for his growing family of nine. Mast belongs to an Amish community and is reluctant when it comes to media. He makes a concession, however, when the conversation involves sustainable farming. “I’ll talk grass any day,” said Mast…. Read More

Flag-Burning RNC Protesters Arraigned

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CLEVELAND, OHIO — Two of the protesters with the group that burned the American flag outside the Republican National Convention have been arraigned. Dominique Knox and Joseph Scogin both face felony charges in Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court for allegedly assaulting police officers, resisting arrest, and obstructing official business. The indictment alleges that police officers were… Read More

Kasich Still Silent About Trump

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DAYTON, Ohio (AP) – Ohio’s Republican governor says he has nothing further to say about his party’s presidential nominee. Gov. John Kasich has declined to endorse Donald Trump, and pointedly didn’t participate in Republican National Convention proceedings in Cleveland where Trump was officially nominated after topping Kasich and the rest of the GOP field. Kasich… Read More