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Best Hometowns 2012: Gallipolis

Every year, Ohio Magazine honors five communities across the state for their livability, as measured by education, parks and recreation, arts and entertainment offerings, services and, most important, citizen involvement. The 2013 Best Hometowns meet and surpass these criteria. In the following pages, you'll get a glimpse of Findlay, Gallipolis, Greenville, Grove City and Peninsula — and some of their proud residents.

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Chateau Tebeau Winery

Embracing their love for French wines, Mary and Bob Tebeau make guests feel right at home at their Sandusky County winery.

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Mr. Maple

Syrup is in Nate Bissell’s blood. Now, he is working to make Ohio synonymous with the stuff.

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3 Questions: Jay Crawford

Sandusky native, sports broadcaster and ESPN alum Jay Crawford discusses coming home to his alma mater, Bowling Green State University.

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Best Hometowns 2012: Peninsula

Every year, Ohio Magazine honors five communities across the state for their livability, as measured by education, parks and recreation, arts and entertainment offerings, services and, most important, citizen involvement. The 2013 Best Hometowns meet and surpass these criteria. In the following pages, you'll get a glimpse of Findlay, Gallipolis, Greenville, Grove City and Peninsula — and some of their proud residents.

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Best Hometowns 2012

Every year, Ohio Magazine honors five communities across the state for their livability, as measured by education, parks and recreation, arts and entertainment offerings, services and, most important, citizen involvement. The 2013 Best Hometowns meet and surpass these criteria. In the following pages, you'll get a glimpse of Findlay, Gallipolis, Greenville, Grove City and Peninsula — and some of their proud residents.

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Blue Barn Winery

Brett and Marcia Urian’s historic barn dates back to the years following the Civil War. Now it’s home to the couple’s winemaking operation.

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Oxford Kinetics Festival

The annual event celebrates wild and imaginative human-powered machines.

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Thinking Small

The University of Cincinnati helped nature-preserve steward Adrienne Cassel build her little house on the prairie.

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Best Hometowns 2012: Findlay

Every year, Ohio Magazine honors five communities across the state for their livability, as measured by education, parks and recreation, arts and entertainment offerings, services and, most important, citizen involvement. The 2013 Best Hometowns meet and surpass these criteria. In the following pages, you'll get a glimpse of Findlay, Gallipolis, Greenville, Grove City and Peninsula — and some of their proud residents.

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Ohio's Best Hometowns 2010

For Ohio Magazine’s fifth annual celebration of the state’s best hometowns, the editors researched a host of worthy nominees. On the following pages, you’ll learn more about the educational achievements, arts and culture, historic preservation, city services and business climate of this year’s honored communities: Medina, Urbana, Wapakoneta, Worthington and Zanesville.

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Vine Finds

From sprawling vineyards to boutique producers, we’ll give you a flavor for our state’s wine regions.

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Sip. Relax. Repeat.

Visit three charming vineyards that offer beautiful views, great wines and welcoming spaces.

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Appalachian Artistry

Four traditional artists share the stories behind their work.

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We Say Tomato

It’s our official state fruit for good reason: Tomatoes are fun to grow, contribute to our economy and foster community camaraderie.

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Sweet on Mead

Kent Waldeck’s Mogadore meadery puts a modern spin on one of mankind’s oldest drinks.

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Backyard Garden Guide

Want fresh vegetables but daunted by the idea of all that planting, weeding and watering? Here’s when to start, what to grow and how to succeed in producing a bounty of food.

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Presidential Road Trips

Eight Ohioans held our nation’s highest office. These historic sites across the state celebrate their contributions.

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Weber Ranch, Wayne

Tony and Michelle Weber used their experiences living in Montana to inspire their small Wood County farm, where each pig, cow and chicken is part of an interconnected web.

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Creekside Colors

Packer Creek Pottery's decades of success is also the story of two women separated by a generation.

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