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Buffalo senior Riley Habisch celebrates his 170-pound Class AAA state championship following his 3-0 decision over Mounds View’s Chase Dressel in last Saturday’s title match at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul. Habisch ended the season with a perfect 39-0 record. For more state wrestling coverage,...
At this point in the year, most of us are ready for sunshine, blue skies, and at the very least, a week where we don’t have to dig ourselves out of a parking spot. While everyone anticipates winter and looks forward to a white Christmas, sledding, and other snow activities, the fun is soon short-...
If there was any dispute who this year’s top high school wrestler was at 170 pounds, Buffalo senior Riley Habisch ended the debate. Ranked No. 1 in his weight class from the opening day, Habisch put the finishing touches of his high school wrestling career with a 3-0 decision over No. 3 seed Chase...
History was made when junior Quincy Kabe registered an eighth-place finish in last weekend’s Class AA state diving meet at the Aquatic Center in Minneapolis. Sitting in ninth place after eight dives in last Thursday’s preliminary and semifinal rounds, Kabe knew he had work to do if he wanted to...
The Buffalo boys’ basketball team has played its share of nail-biters this season. Junior forward Aidan Bouman made sure the home fans would leave Tuesday’s Section 8-4A home game against Elk River with their full nails intact. With easily the largest home crowd of the season gathered for one final...
Wow, the snow banks keep getting higher and higher. Hopefully, the snow will melt slowly. If it melts quickly, flooding could be a real problem. Have you ever gone to some wooded area on St. Patrick’s Day, searching for a four-leaf clover? This year, I don’t think they will be peeking out of the...
Kenneth Beaupre, 32 Kenneth Kyle Beaupre, 32, of Rockford, passed away on Thursday, February 21. He was born on August 7, 1986 in Minneapolis, the son of Kenneth Beaupre and LeAnn (Dahl) Waldvogel. Kenneth was preceded in death by: his father, Kenneth Beaupre; grandfather, Leo Dahl; his uncle,...
Stop! Before you go any further, know that today, we’re going to talk about something really rough. Consider this your fair warning – I don’t want any letters to the editor about how I didn’t prepare you for a tragic topic. We’re going to talk about it: suicide. Yes, that’s right – suicide. A few...
Graduations Bethel University The following student graduated following the fall 2018 semester. Monticello - Emily Safar, BA, K-6 Elementary Education, daughter of Steven and Peggy Safar.   Univ. of Wisconsin Madison The following students graduated following the fall 2018 semester. Annandale -...
The Buffalo Community Orchestra will feature Matt Harikian, pianist, during their concerts on March 2 and March 10.  Harikian, a native of Fresno, California, will join the BCO for “Rhapsody in Blue.”  Harikian holds a Master’s degree in Piano Performance from the University of Minnesota, and he is...

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If you ask anyone who knows anything about yours truly, they’d probably give you one of three answers: firstly, that I’ve got a loud and colorful personality; two, that I am 100% in love with Jesus;...
Years ago, especially in winter time, I would make chicken pot pies. My grown children still ask, “When are you going to make some of those delicious chicken pot pies?” They were delicious, but a...
Because of industry and economic realities, the Wright County Journal-Press and The Drummer are making changes to the weekly production routine. Since the 1920’s, this company has handled all...
John Hayden, Assistant Principal at Buffalo Community Middle School, has been named the 2018-19 recipient of  the Minnesota Assistant Principal of the Year Award, and is now eligible to be considered...
Re-elected Mayor Teri Lachermeier, and incumbent council members Scott Enter and Eric Anderson were sworn in during the first Buffalo City Council meeting of 2019 Monday night at the City Center....
There have been several occasions in which the Wright County Board Room has been filled with spectators there to attend events happening by the county board of commissioners. But, perhaps never has...
Goals came early in periods. They came late in periods. They came on power plays. They came shorthanded. In one of the more dominant performances of the season, the Buffalo boys’ hockey team earned a...
Free throws can often be an overlooked part of a basketball game. For the Buffalo girls, clutch free throws down the stretch was the difference between a win and a loss in last Thursday’s 57-53 home...
Ask most players and coaches in any sport, and most will tell you it’s good to have a short memory. For returning members of this year’s Buffalo boys’ basketball team, their memory bank prior to...
Evan Krasnow is not your typical eighth grader. As a first-year varsity swimmer from the co-op school of Maple Lake, Krasnow has already burst on the scene as one of Buffalo’s top scorers. In Buffalo...

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