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Bison athletes are encouraged to participate in athletic performance days. There is no sign-up or registration. more
Urbana First Baptist Church will be hosting Vacation Bible School, Breaker Rock Beach, June 10th through June 14th from 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. The church is located at 207 West Broadway in Urbana.  more
It’s that time of year! The Independence Day 2024 Country Fair is coming up on Saturday, June 29. The event is sponsored by the Southern Dallas County Fire Protection and will take place on the grounds of the SDCFPD fire station, 322 Red Top Road. more
The Long Lane Lions Club’s Second Annual Show was held on May 11, 2024, at the Long Lane Lions Club. A total of 106 head of cattle were exhibited at the show, representing more than a dozen breeds. Kansas native, Brian Anderson, sorted the classes. more
Evelyn Pauline Brown more
Evelyn Pauline Brown more
Regena Ann (Harris) Craighead more
The Buffalo Rotary Club will hold its Second Annual Dollars for Scholars two-person scramble on Saturday, June 1, at Dream Valley Golf Course. All proceeds will benefit the Buffalo Rotary Scholarship Fund. more
Members of VFW Post 4080 held their annual Memorial Day service to remember fallen veterans at the Veterans Wall on the Square in Buffalo. After the service, members distributed poppies at the intersection of Hwy. 32 and 65. more
The time has come to wish well a special mentor as he embarks on a different way of life. Paul Campbell, someone who I have much respect for, is finally going to take a break from diligently working hard to bring you the best in local sports coverage weekly in the Buffalo Reflex. There’s an old saying, “All good things must come to an end,” and without Paul covering the Bison’s, Tigers’ and Eagles’ sports events, there will no doubt be a change. In my opinion, it will be hard to find someone that can come close to a Paul Campbell narration of a ballgame or sports competition. But hey, let’s be fair, everyone has their own style, and hopefully the right person will step forward to pick up the mantle. more
My life can be divided into roughly four 20-year segments with the most recent one being editor and general manager — and later sports editor — of the Buffalo Reflex newspaper. more
The Dallas County Emergency Recovery Unit has had a hectic year providing relief for four different tornadoes so far. We are gearing up for another operation this Thursday, Friday and Saturday. With numerous tornadoes in the past few days, we've reached out to various municipalities from Arkansas to Iowa. The area most in need of our teams and equipment is Rogers, Arkansas, and its surrounding communities. Our team will depart early Thursday and return Saturday evening. Housing and meals have been arranged. We understand that volunteers have busy schedules, and participation for all three days is not mandatory. Volunteers are encouraged to bring their chainsaws. The need for assistance is critical, and we urge volunteers to join us. For more information, please call 417-733-4752 or 417-619-3000. more
This week in Dallas County history, as recorded in the Buffalo Reflex. more
This week in Dallas County history, as recorded in the Buffalo Reflex. more
The Cross Timbers American Legion Post 623 and community will host their annual Memorial Day service at 9 a.m., May 27, at the Cross Timbers town square. Speaking will be Jim Kalberloh. more
At 4:55 p.m. on May 18, 2024, Catherine L. Jennings, 18, Marshfield, was headed northbound about three miles north of Elkland in a 2012 Kia Sorrento when Jennings swerved to avoid an animal in the roadway. The swerving caused the vehicle to travel off the right side of the roadway and overturn, striking a tree and fence. Jennings suffered moderate injuries and was taken to Mercy Hospital by ambulance. The vehicle was totaled and towed from the scene. The driver was wearing a safety device. more
Area 10 of Missouri Future Farmers of America Association has a new 2024-25 president in the person of Maddy Rash of Buffalo. more
Shelter Insurance-Tracy Strickland Insurance more
Isaac Joseph Patrick Ard more
Clara Faye (Mahaffey) Davison more
Varicella Zoster virus, or commonly called Shingles virus, is a viral infection that can cause a very painful rash and blisters. Shingles effects anyone who has had chicken pox in their lifetime. The virus that causes chickenpox stays in your system to remain dormant or inactive and then as we age and our immune systems decrease, it can reactive itself to cause shingles. Shingles are not life threatening, but can cause several weeks of painful skin rash and blisters and could lead to long term complications such as, Postherpetic Neuralgia, neurological problems, skin infections and vision loss. Postherpetic Neuralgia occurs when damaged nerve fibers send confused messages of pain from your skin to your brain. Shingles may cause inflammation of the brain, causing facial paralysis or problems with hearing or balance. Vision loss, which can occur if shingles presents around the eyes, causing eye infections that can result in vision loss. more
Richard Alan Johnston more
enGAGE Mobility hosted a mexiVAN fundraiser on Sunday, May 5, in Springfield. This event was a celebration of the local families supported by enGAGE Mobility, who are now driving wheelchair-accessible vans after receiving grant funding for their vehicle purchases. more
Stephanie Jerrell more
Hilda Ruth (Eldred) Wallace more
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