Jim Hoorman tapped for post in state's No. 1 ag income county
By Nancy Allen
A longtime OSU Extension employee has been named the new extension educator for Mercer County on a part-time basis.
Jim Hoorman started work on Monday and replaces Todd Mangen, who left five months ago after learning the full-time position was being cut due to statewide budget concerns. Hoorman will spend 50 percent of his time in Mercer County and the rest working for OSU Extension on various state, regional and national projects. [More]