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The Buffalo Rotary works very hard to make Toys for Tots a success, but we could never do it without the help of concerned citizens and business leaders.  Last year, we provided toys to over 220 families with 575 children in the cities of Buffalo and Montrose.   Help us surpass that number this...
The accomplishments and achievements of the students and staff of Buffalo High School are well-known here in Buffalo, Hanover, and Montrose. Buffalo High School is becoming known for its excellence across the state, and is now known in Washington, D.C. Earlier this year, Buffalo High School...
Isaac Basten won his personal duel with Chanhassen’s Nicholas Scheller, and Bison teammate Brett Hanson had a the best seat in the house to witness it. Basten’s time of 15:44.3 in the 5K race edged Scheller’s 15:50.6 to claim this year’s individual section championship last Thursday in the Section...
Heading into her junior season, Alexis O’Malley had high hopes as she was thrust into the role as the No. 1 runner on the Bison girls’ cross country squad. Nagging injuries and illnesses hampered part of her season, but when it mattered most, O’Malley shined the brightest of all Bison runners in...
No fear. That was the attitude head coach Todd Bouman and his Buffalo football squad took coming into last Friday’s Class 6A state tournament playoff game at No. 4 seed Prior Lake. At times, Bouman’s aggressive play calling paid off. But things quickly went from good-to-bad in a pivotal 14-point...
I’ll be the first to say it, without hesitancy – I don’t like winter. I say all the time that if I could afford it, I’d be a snowbird. I am one of those Minnesotans that can just barely get through winter, and slogs through the cold months with layers upon layers beneath a puffy coat, still...
Delores Anderson, 77 Delores Louise Anderson, 77, of Maple Grove, passed away on Wednesday, October 24, at the Maple Grove Hospital. She was born on December 8th, 1940 in Winsted, the daughter of Marvin and Isabelle A. (Remer) Lindenberg. On December 29, 1955, Delores L. Lindenberg and Gerald E....
Music lovers of the community are in for a real treat on Sunday, October 28th, when the Buffalo Community Orchestra performs their annual fall concert, “Open the Season: BCO Plays the Classics.”  Join the orchestra as they kick off their 2018-2019 performance season with a full afternoon of music...
The world we live in has changed considerably in recent years with the advancements in technology that have dramatically altered how people network and communicate with one another. Unfortunately, at times, that can put lives in danger. At the Oct. 23 meeting of the Wright County Board of...
In District 29A and 29B, there are two candidates in each, facing off for the position of Minnesota state representative. District 29 state senator Bruce Anderson is not up for re-election this year. In 29A, incumbent Republican Joe McDonald of Delano is being challenged by Democrat Renee...

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The celebration wasn’t anything special, but the accomplishment was. With a team score of 1,066, the Buffalo girls’ swim/dive team placed second to Maple Grove’s 1,252 points at last Saturday’s...
For one week, high school football’s version of “The Greatest Show on Turf” turned into the “Greatest Show on Wet Grass.” Even the damp-misty field at Cambridge-Isanti couldn’t slow down the high-...
One minor tweak to the lineup proved to be a major difference in Buffalo’s 4-3 home win last Thursday over Delano in the quarterfinal round of the Section 5AA girls’ tennis tournament. Just five days...
One weekend after finishing eighth in the 32-team STMA Tourney, the Buffalo volleyball squad placed 13th out of 15 teams in last Saturday’s Hopkins Tournament. The Bison were bumped to the lower...
The name and face might be familiar to folks in the Buffalo area, but one might have trouble recalling the exact reason for Nick Lostetter’s rise to the surface of one’s mind. If you’re a theater-...
Buffalo’s Coborn’s building was a pile of bricks on Tuesday, October 2, after beginning destruction on Tuesday, September 25. The building’s demolition has been discussed among city officials for a...
Progress on the new Justice Center is well underway, according to Alan Wilczek, Facility Services Director for Wright County. “As of now, things are going well and are on schedule,” Wilczek stated....
Dassel-Cokato 2018 graduate, Isaac Morris (19) died at Bemidji State University after he allegedly fell from a campus residence hall the weekend of September 30. The 19-year-old Cokato resident fell...
Walking on gravel, in the dark, I was trying to not make any noise. I could kind of see where I was going, but when you are carrying heavy and expensive camera gear, you always want to be extra...
After posting the first-ever win in its first-ever game in program history, the Buffalo Coyotes co-op Adapted Soccer team suffered defeat for the first time with a 9-0 home loss on Wednesday, Sept....

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