Poor Will’s Almanack for the Second week of Middle Spring.
Keeping a notebook of what happens every day in the small world around me, I often think about the cyclical quality of events in nature.
Conrad Balliet reads Jane Krestchman's poem, "Writer and Dog."
The first look at actively producing natural gas wells in Ohio's Utica Shale formation using the method known as hydraulic fracturing show high levels of gas production.
Figures reported Monday by Oklahoma City-based Chesapeake Energy Corp. show five wells in eastern Ohio producing 2.6 billion square feet of natural gas in 2011.
The figures, which Chesapeake provided to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, shows one well alone in Harrison County producing 2 percent of the state's entire natural gas production.
Ohio's welfare rolls have seen an 18 percent drop over the past year, largely due to recipients booted from the program for failing to work or get job training.
The Columbus Dispatch reports Monday that 36 percent of the drop is attributed to failure to meet work requirements. Other reasons include paperwork errors, income increases or time limits.
Full episode of WYSO Weekend for April 1, 2012 containing the following stories:
-Jerry Kenney speaks with Sean Creighton from the Southwestern Ohio Council on Higher Education about the 20x20 challenge aimed at increasing the amount of internships in the region.
-Wayne Baker reports on the Springfield Art Museum becoming a Smithsonian affiliate art museum.
-WCPN's Anne Glauser reports on a new experimental treatment for depression
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