The third Saturday in August seems to be a coveted date for events around Wright County, as this year three of the area’s most well-attended events landed a calendar date of Saturday, August 17.
While the weather was on the warmer side, skies were clear and bright for the third Saturday of August,...
Legs are an important tool for any successful soccer program.
For Head Coach Sarah Rodenwald, two important set of legs will be missing from this year’s Buffalo girls’ soccer team.
Senior forward Hannah Hemlbrecht and junior defender Kaylee Moser will watch this year from the sidelines due to...
Many players sported name tags the opening week of practice for the Buffalo girls’ volleyball team.
With the departure of seven seniors, and one incoming junior who transferred schools, this year’s Bison squad has a lot of fresh faces roaming the floor.
“It’s going to be difficult learning to play...
Senior contributions were a big part of last season’s success for the Buffalo boys’ soccer team.
Among the six departed seniors, three of them produced over half of the Bison’s offense. Brian Miller, Ryan Nelson, and Conor Smrz combined to score 22 of the team’s 41 total goals. Miller’s 11 goals...
Last season was a magical ride for the Buffalo boys’ cross country team.
Led by all-state runner Isaac Basten, the Bison rode their senior-heavy lineup all the way to a Mississippi 8 championship, a Section 2AA championship, and seventh-place finish in last year’s Class AA state meet at St. Olaf...
*Disclaimer- It is a community park, meaning their isn’t public parking (unless room on the streets) and Buffalo uses an Adopt-A-Park program to keep the parks maintained (See Park and Rec Page for more information).
Our next journey was to Solbakken/Griffing Meadows Park right across from the...
1 lg. carton cottage cheese
1 lg. carton frozen whipped topping, thawed
1 lg. pkg. peach gelatin
1 can of peaches, diced
Mix all together and chill for at least one hour before serving.
Do you believe that if you collect clippings from a weedy lawn, it will cut down on the
number of weeds next year? What about bagging clippings to cut down on the amount of
thatch in your turf?