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In terms of discovering and tracking a scent, a dog’s nose knows best. That’s one of the principles that’s at the heart of the Missouri Department of Conservation’s new … more
When a juvenile who ran into the woods was reported missing in northeast Dallas County this past week, the Dallas County Sheriff’s Office K9 handler Deputy Chris Clarke and K9 Jake were called … more
Lonesome Dove sunflowers grow on 3 acres at the home of Lily Poynter, a sophomore at Skyline High School, as one of her FFA projects. She planted various sunflower species and various wildflowers … more
2 DCTC SkillsUSA students place well at national contest   Submitted by Dorothy Loges Dallas County Technical Center instructor The staff and faculty at the Dallas County … more
Towns: Buffalo, the county seat, is a little city of about 1,100 population, is 20 miles from a railroad, and we challenge any town in the United States, of like size, to show as many good brick … more
The same pasture that’s good for cattle can also be good for conservation. Providing grass that supports both herds and habitat is more feasible than some might think. Including warm-season … more
A refreshing time is in store as Pisgah Baptist Church hosts the annual ladies’ retreat sponsored by Dallas County Southern Baptist Churches. The retreat is Saturday, Aug. 7, from 9 a.m. to 2 … more
In 2006, Jane Hale published a book titled “Every Day is Father’s Day.” Prior to publication of this excellent book, Jane asked me to submit a memory of my father. Here is what I … more
2021 will mark the 130th year people from across the region have gathered in Louisburg for the annual Old Settlers Reunion. In addition to visiting and catching up with friends old and new, the … more
It had been a hot, long summer day. As the afternoon wore on, I decided to get out of the house and go for a drive to the Gilford home. A teenager could do that back then, even on the $18 a week I … more
Buffalo Mayor Brandon Kenall stated during Monday’s City Council meeting that the water/sewer bill hike was just in time because lift station No. 2 is on life support. In addition, the Buffalo … more
People can get tips about trapshooting at the Missouri Department of Conservation’s free “Shotgun — Learning to Shoot Trap, Intermediate Level” program. This free program will … more
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