The most recent earthquake in Ohio of any significant
strength happened on December 31, 2011, at 3:05pm EST with a magnitude of 4.0,
and its epicenter was located where?
A: Several miles northwest of Youngstown .
Which US state borders Ohio to the northwest?
Who does Ohio bump into to the north?
A: Ontario Canada.
During the Great Dayton Flood of 1913, the entire Miami
River watershed flooded, including what?
A: The downtown business district of Dayton.
Eight How many U.S. Presidents were residents of Ohio at
the time of their elections?
What is the highest recorded temperature in Ohio?
A: 113 °F, near Gallipolis on July 21,
What is the lowest recorded temperature in Ohio?
A: −39 °F at Milligan on February 10, 1899.
How many earthquakes did Ohio have between
A: Over 30.
What is the official Ohio State Insect?
A: 7-spot ladybug.
The strongest earthquake in Ohio history was the Anna
earthquake, on March 9, 1937,with a magnitude of what?
How early was the Ohio Valley probably inhabited by nomadic
A: About 13,000 BC.
Ohio is one of 41 states that has its own lottery, which
has contributed over $15.5 billion to what?
A: Public education.
What are Ohio's five major international airports?
A: Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, Port Columbus International Airport,
Dayton International Airport, Akron Fulton International Airport and
Rickenbacker International Airport.
What are Ohio's major league baseball teams?
A: Cincinnati Reds and the Cleveland Indians.
What are the two PGA Tour events that are hosted in Ohio?
A: The WGC-Bridgestone Invitational and the Memorial Tournament.
The state of Ohio has how many NCAA Division I-A college
What is the Ohio state flower?
A: The Scarlet Carnation.