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December 06, 2019 Poinsettias with a variety of patterns and colors. Giving someone a poinsettia, an amaryllis or maybe a pot planted with paperwhites? Give them the link to this helpful article, too! We've put all the information together for you so your recipient knows just what to do--whether...
Zackary Bechtold, 16 Zackary Ethan Bechtold, age 16, of Maple Lake, passed away surrounded by family and friends on Monday, December 2, 2019. He was born on December 6, 2002 in Burnsville, the son of Matthew Bechtold and Leah Kuss. Zak was currently a Junior at Buffalo High School where he excelled...
As of Tuesday morning, anglers were finding 4 inches of ice on the spots they've been checking - mainly small bodies of water, bays, and wind-protected lakes. There hasn't been much fishing to report, but there should be quite a few options on those traditional, first-ice locations by this weekend...
What is at the center of all these parties? Well, that would be food, of course. We have put together a sampling of party appetizers, which we will be running over the next two weeks. Enjoy!   Shrimp Dip 1 (8 oz.) pkg. cream cheese 1/4 tsp. dry mustard 1/2 tsp. celery seed 1/2 tsp. horseradish 2...
It was just before 08:00 hours on Sunday, December 7, 1941 that our nation would be jarred into the events of Pearl Harbor and never be the same again. The sparkling waters of Honolulu, Hawaii, still to this day veil remains of the event that rattled the world, and would spur the United States of...
Graduations Minnesota State Univ., Mankato    Brett Marshall, of Albertville, graduated Cum Laude with a BS degree in Marketing and a BS degree in Mass Media following the spring 2019 semester.    Sarah Martin, of Albertville, graduated Magna Cum Laude with a BS degree in Exercise Science...
On Saturday, December 7, the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce will be hosting the annual “Deck the Halls.” Christmas in Sturges Park begins at 3 p.m. and includes Santa’s arrival by firetruck, holiday characters to meet and greet, horse-drawn wagon rides, warm bonfires, hot chocolate and treats, and...
The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train will be stopping in Buffalo on Thursday, December 12, at the 5th Street Northeast crossing, on the west side of the tracks. Arrival is expected at 5:45 p.m. with the entertainment from 6:00 to 6:30 p.m. The entertainment this year will be Canadian performers...

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The Buffalo wrestling squad was this year’s lone bracket buster in the Section 5-3A team tournament last Friday at St. Michael-Albertville Middle School West. With three of the top-four seeds...
Last Saturday’s Section 8AA gymnastics meet in Brainerd got off to a rough start for Buffalo sophomore Madi Peters. After falling on one of her twist landings, Peters finished the routine in 16th...
Buffalo Head Coach Josh Ortmann breathed a sigh of relief prior to last Friday’s key showdown against St. Michael-Albertville. Trailing STMA by one and a half games for first place in the Mississippi...
What a difference a year makes. One year removed from suffering a season-ending loss to St. Michael-Albertville in the Section 8AA quarterfinals, this year’s Buffalo boys’ hockey team turned the...
Over the weekend I revisited a 2011 film that captivated the world almost a decade ago. Nominated for Academy Awards, Oscars, Golden Globes and BAFTA’s, War Horse went on to win 17 titles for itself...
I’m sure the folks that wanted snow must be happy now. Plenty to enjoy snowmobiling, skiing, skating, all those wonderful winter activities. My daughter is taking 80 children down to Buck Hill in...
Despite the frustrating snow and chilling temperatures last weekend, the sky over Buffalo Lake was bright with color as enthusiasts of all kinds ventured to Sturges Park for the first-ever Kites on...
In light of the recent snow, the Fobbe family, of Buffalo, is at it again! Continuing the “big snowman” trend, the Fobbe’s made sure this year’s snowman topped the April 2018 13-footer. This snowman...
A complete job description will now be prepared for a part-time administrative assistant at city hall after the Montrose City Council gave approval for the new position at its meeting on Monday,...
This year, the Buffalo Area Chamber of Commerce and Tourism introduced the First-Ever “Kites on Ice” Festival, which was held on Buffalo Lake on Saturday, February 9, despite below-zero temps and...

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