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Hope's Safe Haven is raising awareness for victims of domestic and sexual violence—organizers for Festival for Hope request Dallas County residents to save the date. The Fundraiser is at 2 p.m. on Oct. 14 at the Veranda, 2036 S. Ash St., south of Buffalo. more
This week, I heard a familiar line in a movie that reminded me of my late sister Karen. The movie character was blunt and to the point of rudeness in her interactions with the women in the commune. This character was an older woman who lived in a house isolated from the rest of the community to protect domestic violence victims. A young woman walked into the room, shoulders slumped and looking pale. more
Vicki Coons, pastor at Grace Free Methodist Church and founder of Community Hug, recently spoke to the Buffalo Rotarians about the service projects she is involved in. more
Johnnie Lee “John” Barrett more
Blane Alan Headings more
The family of Blane Alan Headings wishes to express their heartfelt thanks for the prayers, support, messages, and sympothy during Blane’s hospital stay and through this time of sorrow. A special thank you to Matt Wisdom and Chad Headings families, friends and church family for all the support and help on our farm during our hospital stays. It was greatly appreciated. more
Buffalo residents should keep their dogs or cats from roaming the neighborhoods or going outside without a leash. more
At 1:30 a.m. on Monday, August 21, Ricky D. Weatherd, 74, Buffalo, was driving a 2002 GMC Savana on Highway K, 5 miles north of Long Lane, when the vehicle drove off the left side of the roadway striking a tree. The impact caused fatal injuries to Weatherd and he was pronounced dead at the scene and was transported to Cantlon Otterness and Viets funeral home. David J Aaronson, 67, Carson City, NV was riding as a passenger and suffered serious injuries, he was tranported by EMS to Citizens Memorial Hospital. Aaronson was wearing a safety device, Weatherd was not wearing a safety device. more
Missouri Prime Beef Packers, the Pleasant Hope-based meat packing plant, recently filed an application for a permit to release 350,000 gallons a day of treated wastewater into the Pomme de Terre River. more
About 70% of the US population is served by sewage treatment plants. Most of the other 30% use onsite septic systems, which function as a miniature sewage treatment plant, including the use of bacteria to break down organic wastes. Like larger plants, septic systems produce sludge, which must be pumped out periodically, improperly constructed and poorly maintained septic systems contribute to pollution and may result in bacterial and viral contamination of the soil surface and surface waters or grounds waters, which may adversely impact drinking water supplies. more
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