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Col. Eric T. Olson, superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, encourages the public to subscribe to Mo-Alerts to receive immediate notification of AMBER alerts.On Friday, Jan. 17, an AMBER … more
After years of frustration and setbacks, American farmers are finally seeing real action to resolve trade disputes. Recent agreements signed with China, Canada, Mexico and Japan are proving that the … more
For a variety of reasons, smallmouth bass have earned a reputation that sets them apart from many other popular Ozarks game fish species.People can learn more about how to catch this popular fish at … more
The Missouri Department of Revenue started accepting electronically filed state tax returns for tax year 2019 on Jan. 27, the same day the Internal Revenue Service began accepting federal tax returns … more
Offices closed for Presidents Day on Monday, Feb. 17, will include the following: federal, state, county and city offices, the U.S. Post Office, Buffalo License Office, Dallas County Health … more
A Buffalo Reflex reader called to inform us that another telephone scam is circulating. She reported that she had a computerized recording left on her answering machine, and because of the content … more
New titles are added monthly at the Dallas County Library. Everyone is invited to stop by and browse.New additions include the following:• “Blue Moon” by Lee Child — In the next highly … more
On Wednesday, Jan. 29, 62 McDonald’s restaurants in the Ozarks began a monthlong campaign encouraging customers to support Springfield’s two Ronald McDonald Houses by donating $1, $5 or $20 and … more
Farmers will learn new ways to farm with computers at a Feb. 14 and 15 meeting at Osage Beach. They meet to share their ideas and learn from others.It’s a second try for Computers on the Farm this … more
U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt, a member of the Senate Appropriations Committee, recently commended the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s announcement that Missouri will receive $60.9 million through the … more
By collecting clock radios for veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder, local organizers hope to help the veterans during their time in counseling. The clock radios will be delivered to a … more
Bennett Spring State Park and the Lebanon Sunbonnet Garden Club held a joint art contest for the community, which promoted children’s taking an active role in caring for the land through recycling, … more
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