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    USDA Secretary of Agriculture, Tom Vilsack Episode 425

    The United States Secretary of Agriculture was in Ohio recently to celebrate the land grant status of Central State, to visit a bioproducts conference, and of course to spend time with Town Hall Ohio listeners. Guest. Tom Vilsack, USDA Secretary of Agriculture. Length 39:20

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    Ohio Association of Realtors Episode 424

    For many of us the biggest investment we'll ever make is the purchase of a home. Because it's a lot of money, we better get it right. We're talking about real estate issues. Guest: Chris Hall, president, Ohio Association of Realtors, Bob Fletcher, CEO, Ohio Association of Realtors. Length: 39:20

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    Tamar Haspel, Food Editor, Washington Post Episode 423

    Tamar Haspel of the Washington Post shares her thoughts and food and farming. Length 39:20

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    Why should we care about science? Episode 422

    Science and related topics are where future jobs are. It drives our quality of life and is what keeps us safe and secure. Why is science under appreciated and what are the consequences. Dr. Stephen McConoughey, Ohio Academy of Science CEO, discusses this and more on Town Hall Ohio. Run time: 36.19

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    Nationwide President and COO, Mark Pizzi Episode 421

    To attained the status of a Fortune 100 company, you've done some things right. To stay there, you need to adapt to change. Nationwide Insurance was founded by the Ohio Farm Bureau back in the 1920's. Guest: Mark Pizzi, Nationwide president and COO, and Jack Fisher, Exec. VP, OFBF, Length 39:20

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About Town Hall Ohio

Town Hall Ohio views Ohio through the eyes of residents of small towns, metropolitan areas, villages and townships. Its perspective reflects their values, aspirations and opinions on issues such as:
  • Quality of life
  • Health, security and safety
  • Community character and predictability
  • Private enterprise
  • Public services
  • Resource utilization
  • Education
  • Politics and government
  • Recreation
  • Agriculture
  • Other economic, social and environmental issues

Meet the Host
For more than 25 years, Joe Cornely has been a familiar and respected voice on Ohio radio stations. He began his broadcast career in news and sports at WKTN, Kenton, and he is best known for his 16-year stint as farm director for WRFD, Columbus, where his daily programs drew high listenership ratings across 75 Ohio counties. Prior to WRFD, his farm broadcasts on WLW Radio in Cincinnati reached 38 states. His weekly Farm Bureau radio network programs are currently aired on more than 50 Ohio stations
In 1995, Cornely became only the second Ohioan ever to be elected president of the National Association of Farm Broadcasters and in 1996, he received the industry's highest award by being named by his peers to be the National Farm Broadcaster of the Year.

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Town Hall Ohio is presented by Ohio Farm Bureau and underwritten by Nationwide.

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