The topic for discussion at Tuesday morning’s Farmers Breakfast was all about cover crops, or crops that are planted following the summer harvest for the purpose of adding nutrition and texture in to the soil.
What do bananas, mangos and avocados have in common? Answer: They are all fruit. Yes, despite often being mislabeled as a vegetable, the avocado is most definitely a fruit; more specifically, it is classified botanically as a berry.
The short north section of Public Square will see a caffeinated boost come Tuesday morning when the North Main Cafe, 108 N. Main St., makes its long anticipated opening at 6:30 a.m.
Respiratory therapists are vital members of the medical community who help patients during all walks of life; they are there to welcome patients into the world at birth, maintain healthy blood-oxygen levels throughout their lives and help them breathe easily during their last moments on earth.
The heart of summer is here which means hot, humid weather will be engulfing Knox County, leaving residents thirsty for cold, refreshing drinks. And what’s more rejuvenating than an ice-cold cocktail?
Whether you are harvesting crops from your garden or shopping for produce at the market, it’s important to know what qualities to look for in your selection in order to bring home the freshest and tastiest fruits and veggies for your family’s table.
According to Paul Miller, owner of Miller’s Farm Market, 5 Martinsburg Road, most produce, such as bananas, apples, zucchini and berries, will tell you when they’re ripe or when they’re bad and can be assessed simply based on appearance, smell and texture.
Resting on her large outdoor porch, surrounded by floral hanging-baskets and sunshine, Mabel Freas of Howard loves to spend her time watching wildlife, waving to neighbors and soaking up the sun at her home.
With each approaching holiday, birthday, anniversary or engagement, Knox County citizens head down to their local jewelry shop to purchase sparkling trinkets for their loved ones.
The Apple Valley Singers are prepared to help guests to their show bring out their inner child. Residents of the Ohio Eastern Star Home and Brookdale Nursing Home recently garnered a sneak peak at the show.
After graduating from Otterbein University this spring with a degree in acting, Mount Vernon High School graduate Steven Meeker Jr. took the plunge and moved to New York for the summer to showcase his three original plays in three separate midtown New York theater festivals.