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I was recently reading one of Lucille Morris Upton's “Good Ol’ Days” columns from the Springfield Leader and Press in the early 1960s, in which she was recalling traditional Fourth of July … more
About 1910, a “WELCOME” banner stretched across the town square. It welcomed the many visitors who attended the annual Fair Grove Street Fair. Featured in the picture on the west side of the … more
HOW TO JOIN THE BUFFALO FFA ALUMNI CHAPTER?The Buffalo FFA Alumni chapter was organized in order to provide support and promote the Buffalo High School FFA chapter and Agriculture in the … more
From near falling down, to the impressive structure you see today. But it took many man hours—volunteers arriving early with armloads of tools, carrying ladders and scaffolding—all the while with … more
For those who have walked across the covered bridge located to the northwest corner of the Wommack Mill, you probably didn’t give it a second thought as to how it came to be. Included in … more
In George Whittington’s December 24, 1964 Springfield Daily News article, titled “Mill-Operating Couple in 70s Works to Keep From Rusting Out,” he wrote that Clifford E., age 74, and his wife … more
Four Dallas County men recently competed at the 2020 Missouri Strongest Man Competition in Springfield. On Aug. 15 at GP Athletics Gym, Eric Stafford, Jason Butler, Samuel “Sammy” Paro and Evan … more
Jessica Sheley writes fiction inspired by her own lossesInspired by tragic loss, Jessica Sheley of Buffalo started and finished her first novel that will be released Oct. 15. She began it as part of … more
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