The Drummer

Though cities could not host their usual fireworks shows on the Fourth of July due to COVID-19, that did not stop locals from celebrating with their own pyrotechnics. A variety of fireworks could be...
The annual ski and boat parade on Lake Pulaski took place on July 4, and the event had a successful turnout. Twenty-two boats participated in the parade, with twelve of them using patriotic themes....
Wright County is slated to receive approximately $16.5 million to be used to help dampen the economic impact brought on by the COVID-19 outbreak. This is federal money authorized by the Coronavirus...
Anyone who has visited the Wright County Government Center this week has likely noticed a new addition – a large red, white and blue container similar to a mailbox. It is the county’s drop-off spot...
When Nick Miller became the principal of Buffalo High School in 1985, he noticed that many students were bypassing the calculus class offered and found out it was because the teacher for the class...
After seven seasons as manager of the Buffalo Bulldogs, Joe Pokorney has stepped down. The official decision to not return came a few days prior to Buffalo’s season-opening game on July 1 at Cokato....
With most Fourth of July weekend celebrations canceled due to the coronavirus, members of the Buffalo Bulldogs amateur baseball team still provided fans with plenty of fireworks. Buffalo smacked out...
Whatever rust that may have been on the Buffalo Independent 19U Bison baseball team’s aluminum bats to start this abbreviated summer season has slowly been wiped away. The bats were silenced in a...

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