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The year in pictures

'Delano United' candlelight vigil supports local family

Close to 500-600 people gathered in downtown Delano for a "Delano United" candlelight vigil to show support for a local black family after a hate crime took place at their home.  Mayor Dale Graunke said the racial slurs left at the house were not representative of Delano.  (Photo courtesy of Rachel Depa)

 

Strong wind fans the flames

A strong wind fanned the flames and pushed them into the house, which was a total loss.  Cold weather conditions caused some freezing problems for the firefighters.  Friends and relatives are providing support for a Rockford Township family after their home was destroyed by fire on Friday, Jan. 6.  Buffalo Fire Chief John Harnois said the Buffalo Fire Department was called at 1:15 p.m. to 1046 30th St. SE, and when the firefighters arrived, the entire front half of the house was involved.  (Photo courtesy of Ward Huston)

 

Farm Family of the Year

The 2017 Farm Family of the Year includes (from left) Jerry Ford, Willard Kreitlow and Willard's daughter, Marienne Kreitlow.  Jerry and Marienne met in Texas and married in 2002.  They raise beef cattle and chickens, and they grow garlic and potatoes.  (Photos by Ed DuBois)

 

New medical clinic opens in Buffalo

The new Allina Health Clinic - Buffalo Crossroads opened on Thursday, July 27.  Under construction since last November, the facility is located just north of Highway 55 near CSAH (County State Aid Highway) 35.  (Photo by Ed DuBois)

 

Wright County Board began work for 2017

Just before being sworn in last January, the new Wright County Board posed for a photo. Above are, front row, from left,  District 3 Commissioner Mark Daleiden, District 1 Commissioner Christine Husom, and District 5 Commissioner Charlies Borrell, and, back row, from left, District 2 Commissioner Darek Vestch and District 4 Commissioner Michael Potter. Borrell was elected chair, and Daleiden will serve as vice-chair for 2017. (Photo by Doug Voerding)

 

Buffalo royalty crowned in 2017

Crowned on Sunday, June 18, the new Miss Buffalo of 2017-18 is Ashley Weber (center), daughter of Dave and Allison Weber.  The new princesses are Noelle Green (left), daughter of Nate and Amy Green, and Hannah Wallenta (right), daughter of Dennis and Arliss Wallenta.  (Photo by Ed DuBois)

 

Law Day offers plenty at courthouse

You could learn all about the criminal justice system at the Law Day event in the Wright County Government Center on Monday, May 1.  Above, Ted and Ashley McAlpine and their children, Gryffin, 4, and Soren, 2, stop at one of the informational displays.  You could learn about the Drug Court Program, restorative justice, what it takes to be a court reporter, and much more.  Despite the rainy-day weather outside, many people stopped in at the courthouse and checked it out.  (Photos by Ed DuBois)

 

City promotes downtown development

The area circled in red is called Phase One.  That's where city officials are focusing attention and generating ideas for ways to develop downtown Buffalo.  In the future, the area circled in yellow will be addressed, as well.  A plan to promote downtown development was presented last June.  (Illustration courtesy of the City of Buffalo)

 


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