2. Chico 3-2 34 23. Pleasant Valley (2) 1-4 31 44. Enterprise (1) 3-2 22 3t5. … The Northern Section Prep Football Media Poll is voted on by media members from the Chico Enterprise-Record, Marysville Appeal-Democrat, Red Bluff Daily News, Redding Record Searchlight and Action News Now. First-place votes are in parentheses with record, voting points and last week’s ranking listed after.Division IITeam Record Pts Last1. Shasta (6) 4-1 41 1
OAKLAND — After months of ambiguity, we have a date.Well, sort of.According to ESPN and Yahoo reports, DeMarcus Cousins is targeting Jan. 18 for his Golden State Warriors debut. Unless it’s the game before that… or the game after that.Warriors coach Steve Kerr wouldn’t confirm the exact target date for Cousins’ debut following the team’s win over the Knicks on Tuesday — but he didn’t say that the reported date was wrong, either.Regardless of which date it is (my bet is the …
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest The farm is a busy place during harvest season and the “To-Do” lists seem to be never ending, but according to DuPont Pioneer Account Manager Andrew Lang one of the tasks that should be high an any list right now is soil sampling. He tells The Ohio Ag Net’s Ty Higgins why in this week’s DuPont Pioneer Field Report.
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest A newly released report from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) shows development of Ohio’s mineral resources in 2015 produced more than $1.8 billion worth of geologic commodities, including increases in the mined amount of limestone, salt, sandstone, sand and gravel.More than 11,000 people are directly employed in the extractive industries in Ohio, which includes oil and gas, coal and industrial minerals. The 2015 Report on Ohio Mineral Industries: An Annual Summary of the State’s Economic Geology, compiled by the ODNR Division of Geological Survey, also shares which counties in Ohio led the state in production, value and employment totals for Ohio’s various mineral industries. An example of leading the state in production of limestone and dolomite is Wyandot County in northwest Ohio with 7,519,990 tons, which is more than 11% of the state’s total production.More highlights in the report include:• Mineral industries produced $163 worth of resources per Ohioan.• Approximately $750 million worth of coal was produced in 2015.• Nonfuel industrial-mineral production increased for every commodity, and total value exceeded $1 billion for the second straight year.• Limestone production exceeded 65 million tons in 2015 — an increase of more than 10% from 2014 production values.ODNR, through a dedicated staff of inspectors, geologists and support staff, regulate the responsible extraction of Ohio’s natural resources, including oil and natural gas, limestone, coal, salt and more. Part of ODNR’s regulatory responsibility is to annually catalog Ohio’s extractive industries.Published each year, the Report on Ohio Mineral Industries offers basic information about individual mines and groups of mines, as well as detailed geologic information about coal and industrial minerals, along with extensive references. The report is a useful tool for researching mineral extraction activities throughout the state.The electronic version of the report is available at OhioGeology.com.The Report on Ohio Mineral Industries is also available on CD and can be ordered from the ODNR Division of Geological Survey’s Geologic Records Center by calling 614-265-6576 or emailing [email protected]