Tours of estuary ongoing until September.
Festival celebrating the light is set for Aug. 5.
London, Ohio — There are outdoor enthusiasts, and then there are OUTDOOR ENTHUSIASTS. Madison County physician Mitch Spahn falls into the latter category. This spring, the 56-year-old obstetrician tackled Mt. Everest, climbing 17,600 feet to the South Base Camp on the world’s highest mountain – then another 900 feet to the top of Kala Patthar, a sister peak. The ascent…
Madison County obstetrician, 56, said it was worth the trek.
Sign of the times for merged divisions
City-dwelling animals were focus of probe.
But first wolf sighting in Nevada in nearly a century no reason for concern for ranchers out West.
Future of Gold Butte, a national monument, hinges on decision makers
Cincinnati Youth Bass Club for 11- to 18-year-olds
Plate was last redesigned in 1997
Author’s trip turns up some concerning observations
Mostly a problem in the west, where areas are much larger
Researchers examine meaning for the vocalizations
Process moving slowly, DOW chief says
Port Clinton, Ohio – Fishing was excellent at the 37th Governor’s Fish Ohio Day on July 12. But, it was the walleyes tossed back and not the “keepers” that excited the 100 anglers and their captains. Fish Ohio Day is sponsored annually by Lake Erie Shores and Islands, the Ohio DNR, and Lake Erie Charter Boat Association to bolster North…
Future of Lake Erie area at stake
Two are students at Cincinnati’s Colerain High School
Western hunt brings to light problems with predator in Ohio
Deer gun hunters in particular incensed
Animals have adapted to the environment to burgeon populations