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Black and Red Angus cattle graze in a pasture in Calloway County, Kentucky.

The ‘Beef’ With Beef: Cattle, Climate Change, And Alternative Meat

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CALLOWAY COUNTY, Ky. (OVR) — Many people might think of Blake Munger as a cattle farmer as he walks through his pasture land in western Kentucky, but he sees things a little differently nowadays. “I don’t know which is more valuable, my cattle or the pasture at this point. I used to say cattle, but… Read More

Dr. Patty Manning-Courtney, Cincinnati Children's Hospital

Docs Say Children, Their Parents, And Some Adults Should Continue To Wear Masks

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COLUMUBS, Ohio (Statehouse News Bureau) — Ohio’s statewide pandemic health orders have expired. And while the mask mandate has also been lifted, doctors said there are people who should still be wearing masks. Dr. Patty Manning-Courtney with Cincinnati Children’s Hospital said there are children there right now who are quite sick with COVID. And since kids 11 and under… Read More

Paramount

Decorative Arts Center of Ohio Spotlights Paramount Pictures Fashion and Costume

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On Saturday, June 5, the Decorative Arts Center of Ohio in Lancaster will open their first in-person exhibition of 2021: Distinctly Paramount: Fashion and Costume From the Paramount Pictures Archive. The exhibition will be on display through January 2, 2022 and features a wide array of pieces from designers such as Alexander McQueen, Nolan Miller,… Read More