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Tim Robie more
Thirty-some-odd years ago I approached Hazyl Andrus about writing an article featuring her dad who started Hiland Dairy. I thought it would be of interest to my audience. more
This week in Dallas County history, as recorded in the Buffalo Reflex. more
One in a Million by Janet Dailey more
When Braxton Souza was a child, she used to “help” her grandparents take their medications and checking their blood sugar numbers. She and her sister played with stuffed animals like they were patients in their imaginary hospital. She loved helping make anyone feel better. It should come as no surprise that when she grew up, those personality traits carried over to lead her into a career that focuses on making people feel better — nursing. more
Ginger (Boyd) Davis more
Ginger (Boyd) Davis  more
On January 26, 2024, the Dallas County commissioners made a statement concerning the issue of ambulance service and emergency medical coverage for Dallas County: more
The small business, Johnny’s Store, is owned by John and Melanie Long and opened in September of 2023. For customers convenience, the store offers some grocery necessities and serves pizza and sandwiches, with home baked bread, for a quick and delicious bite to eat. Johnny’s Store also has home cooked lunch specials. A menu and specials can be found on their Facebook. more
Onis William Peebles more
In 2022 the Missouri General Assembly passed a law eliminating the March Presidential Preference Primary. The selection of presidential nominations for the November 2024 will be under the direction of each established political party. Missouri statutes RSMo 115.776 created the caucus system for established state political parties for the purpose of nominating a candidate for the president of United States. more
At Monday (Jan. 29) night’s Board of Aldermen meeting, opening was the to Pledge of Allegiance led by Mayor Brandon Kenall. more
Missouri State University student Noah Maddux received the competitive Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship from the U.S. Department of State. more
This week in Dallas County history, as recorded in the Buffalo Reflex. more
James Williams is making an improvement to Dallas County one stone at a time. Williams, who has ancestors that settled in the county during the 19th century, has committed much time and energy to the cleaning and restoring of old headstones in cemeteries throughout Dallas County. The difference is almost unbelievable. more
Mary Margaret Payne more
Christopher Gordon Sorrell more
In 1924 William K. and Nora Gladden McGee were planning on moving to Louisburg from Buffalo. They traveled on what at that time was Missouri State 3. The road was a forerunner of Highway 65 which was in the planning stages in that area. more
Mathew Mark Huntsman, born in 2001, Wheatland, was charged by Dallas County Prosecuting Attorney Jonathan D. Barker in Dallas County Circuit Court with the class B and class E felony of unlawful use of a weapon on or about January 7, 2024. more
Buffalo’s girls basketball team went 0-2 in the Stockton Tournament last week, dropping its record to 3-9. more
Each semester, students at Missouri State University who attain academic excellence are named to the dean’s list.    more
James Christopher Fetterhoff more
Community Hug of Dallas County and Buffalo OACAC will sponsor a 2024 Non-profit Roundtable from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Monday, January 22. The event will be held at Grace Community Church at 1652 S. Ash Street in Buffalo. more
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