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Christian Co., Kentucky, farmer Kendall Clark is betting big on these fields sown with hemp.

Ohio Bill Makes It Easier To Keep Farms In The Family

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Ohio farmers who want to sell their property to a younger farmer in their family might soon get a tax incentive to do that. Ohio lawmakers are considering a bill that would give older farmers a tax incentive when they sell their farms to younger members of the family. The bill previously only allowed farmers to get the credit… Read More

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State Says $105M Going to Public Transit Systems in Ohio

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — State officials say $105 million in grants is going to public transit systems Ohio. The Ohio Department of Transportation says nearly $70 million of that will come from the state general revenue fund. The department is awarding $45 million for the Ohio Transit Partnership Program to rural and urban transit agencies,… Read More

Awareness and Preparation: Krav Maga Workshop Held At Ohio University

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ATHENS, Ohio – Instant aggression as a form of self-defense. That is the Krav Maga approach. Considered to be the world’s most efficient forms of self-defense, Krav Maga is derived from a combination of techniques like boxing, judo, karate and other fighting styles. Prior to homecoming weekend, the Ohio University student organization SpeakUp offered a… Read More

Vehicles drive along the Ohio Turnpike in Strongsville, Ohio.

Ohio Lawmakers Advance Bill to Raise Driving Age for Teens

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio teenagers hoping to get behind the wheel will have to wait a bit longer under a bill that will undergo a full House vote. The Ohio House Transportation and Public Safety Committee voted 11-to-4 on Tuesday to advance a bill that would raise the minimum age to get a probationary… Read More

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W. Va. College, State Team Up on Groundwater Pollution Project

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — West Virginia State University is working with the state environmental department to figure out how to keep groundwater safe from pollutants. The school announced the research partnership on Tuesday. The project will study how plants can be used to remove or destroy contaminants in soil and groundwater. A news release from… Read More