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This week in Dallas County history, as recorded in the Buffalo Reflex. more
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Donald Kent Garrison more
Jaclyn Carroll joined the rural community development corporation New Growth in 2021 and served as the Farm-to-School Specialist. In 2023, she transitioned to Farm Business Counselor. She meets with farm and food businesses one-on-one to help them navigate and overcome challenges. more
Winners for week two of the Shape Up contest with the Dallas County Health Department include: more
Russ Wisdom’s Dallas County roots run pretty deep. He spent his early years growing up on the Wisdom family farm in Dallas County near Urbana and he lives in the Urbana area today. Wisdom has a new job in Buffalo, that of city’s official building inspector. His life has supplied him with many years of experience in the construction, plumbing and electrical fields. more
Entering the pages of the children’s book The Garden Scouts: Buzzing with Love, one starts a stroll through a colorful, cheery walk in The Garden of Wild Haven. Throughout the author’s first book, the story paints the Garden Scouts as seekers of the Fruits of the Spirit, focusing on love. more
Brandy Peterson more
Tricia Rhea Garrett-Barton, Lebanon, born in 1977, was charged by Dallas County Prosecuting Attorney Jonathan D. Barker in Dallas County Circuit Court with the class D felony of burglary in the second degree and the class E felony of property damage in the first degree on or about February 5, 2024. more
Donald Kent Garrison more
The April 8th Buffalo Board of Aldermen meeting was called to order by Mayor Brandon Kenall after the recital of the Pledge of Allegiance. more
Denzil Taylor more
"Here for our Community" was the slogan to start the presentation to the Buffalo Rotary Club's membership last month. Brandi Udelhoven, district executive, gave a PowerPoint presentation with membership director Hollie Hilburn. more
"It’s just a walk," says Reverend Tim Wright, pastor of Buffalo First Assembly of God. But this walk is not any short walk; it is a five-mile hike across town with a heavy cross. Since 2000, Tom has spent his Good Friday walking from city limit to city limit carrying the cross. His purpose is to remind others what Easter is about.  more
This week in Dallas County history, as recorded in the Buffalo Reflex. more
Zachary Allen Lescord, Long Lane, born in 1989, was charged by Dallas County Prosecuting Attorney Jonathan D. Barker in Dallas County Circuit Court with the class B felony of assault in the second degree, the class E felony of resisting a lawful stop, the class E felony of harassment in the first degree, the class D felony of tampering in the first degree and the class A misdemeanor of driving while license revoked on or about March 26, 2024. more
With an estimated project cost of $13.7 million, MoDOT offered a public meeting for the Missouri Route 64 Bridge Replacement Project to discuss proposed improvements and plans for construction in 2025. According to MoDOT, the bridge will remain open during the entire construction. more
Buffalo’s softball team pounded Ava 10-3 to capture third place in the Buffalo Softball Tournament Saturday. The third-seeded Lady Bison easily defeated Hollister 12-0 in the opening round. A two-run homer by a Warsaw player gave the Lady Wildcats a 3-2 victory over Buffalo in the semifinals. The blast was the only thing keeping the Lady Bison out of the championship game. more
John Crawford, Dallas County Commissioner, spoke at a recent Buffalo Rotary meeting announcing that Lincoln Days for the Republican party is April 13, and Governor Parsons is expected to attend. He invited Rotarians to attend the fundraiser at a cost of $25 per plate. more
At 11:30 p.m. on March 28, 2024, Garrett L. Jackson, 25, Elkland, was headed eastbound on RT AA, 4 miles northeast of Fair Grove, in a 1989 Mercury Grand Marquis when he swerved to miss a cow and ran off the roadway, causing the vehicle to overturn. The vehicle was totaled and Jackson suffered minor injuries. He was transported to Mercy Hospital in Springfield. The driver was not wearing a safety device. more
The Dallas County Technical Center will host its first annual scholarship benefit car show from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on April 13, 2024, at Buffalo Prarie Middle School. Registration will begin at 10 a.m. and judging will be at 2 p.m. more
Winners for week one of the Shape Up contest with the Dallas County Health Department include: more
During a Zoom meeting with community leaders and professionals who work with children, Buffalo Police Chief Chad Garner addressed the group about recent missing people and runaways. more
The Buffalo High School Counseling Department hosted an event on March 21 for senior students to sign up for one-on-one assistance as they complete local scholarships applications. More than 40 seniors took advantage of this opportunity and got to enjoy a variety of chips and dips while working hard. Together, over 200 applications were completed. more
The inaugural Cooking is the Cure cooking class was held on March 18. Dr. Taylor Pedersen's Show Me Strong Kids initiative identified nutrition and lack of family involvement as key issues children experience in Dallas County. Dallas County Family Medical Center started the first cooking class by starting with the basics, with families cooking together in the kitchen. This program is one of the first classes to address issues children experience and provide ways to help them overcome them. more
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