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Have you ever wanted to try kayaking but didn’t know where to begin? Do you want to get out on the water but don’t have your own kayak? You’re in luck! Missouri State Parks is offering to teach people how to paddle and have a safe, enjoyable time on the water. more
The spring season is under way, and many Missouri plants and trees will be blooming with life and color. Unfortunately, one invasive tree species will soon be prominent along roadways and other natural open areas: the Callery pear tree. The Missouri Department of Conservation urges the public to avoid this non-native tree species when shopping for a new tree this spring. more
The Missouri Department of Conservation reminds the public to dispose of waste responsibly when cleaning fish. Each year, MDC receives numerous nuisance complaints of fish waste on the banks around public fishing accesses, especially during the paddlefish snagging season. It’s important for anglers to do their part to keep fishing areas clean for others to enjoy. more
The Buffalo Rotary Club will hold a Dollars for Scholars two-person scramble Saturday, May 20, at Dream Valley Golf Course. All proceeds will benefit the Buffalo Rotary Scholarship Fund. more
The Hickory County West Central Grazing School will be May 8-10 at the University of Missouri Extension office, 18715 Cedar St., Hermitage. more
University of Missouri Extension offers a virtual Master Pollinator Steward class April 6 to May 11 to help participants learn about pollinators. more
Monthly reports are in for the SOMO MLS real estate market. The number of residential listings in Dallas County closed during the month of February totaled nine, with a residential sold median sales price of $220,000. more
We would like to thank Kenny Howe and the staff at Cantlon-Otterness & Viets Funeral Home, along with the Buffalo Fire Department, Buffalo Police Department and the Dallas County Sheriff’s Office for their assistance during Vernon’s funeral service. more
The children of George and Ruth Akins are honored to celebrate this special occasion as the couple celebrates their 75th wedding anniversary. more
Historically the Ozarks has not been widely recognized as a literary area, but change is afoot. more
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