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Fair Grove continued to win games easily as the Eagles crushed Skyline 68-0 Friday night after leading 56-0 at the half. It was Fair Grove’s third straight win of the season and Skyline’s third consecutive loss. more
It took more than three hours to accomplish, but Buffalo’s football team outlasted El Dorado Springs 32-26 in three overtimes Friday night. In the process, the Bison picked up their first win of the season, and are now 1-0 in the Ozarks Highland Conference. more
Buffalo’s volleyball team traveled to Skyline Thursday, Sept. 7 and came home with a 3-1 win. The Lady Bison won 25-23, 20-25, 25-21, 25-20. They also placed second in the Forsyth Tournament on Saturday. more
Buffalo’s volleyball team improved its record to 6-1-1 last week with a pair of home, non-conference shutouts of Crane and Seymour. more
Kellen Lair did everything but operate the score clock Friday night in Fair Grove’s 54-10 win at Springfield Central. more
Buffalo’s volleyball team posted a 4-1-1 record at the Stockton Invitational Tournament Saturday, good enough to capture second place. more
Buffalo’s young football team fell behind 24-0 in the first quarter at Ava Friday night and trailed 48-0 at the half. The Bison ultimately lost 56-6 in the opening game of the season for both teams. more
The general consensus among the football “experts” is that a two-quarterback system doesn’t work. These critics apparently didn’t see the Fair Grove Eagles thrash Mountain Grove 38-0 in the opening game for both teams Saturday night. more
This will be the youngest team Ed Phillips has had as head coach of the Buffalo football team as he enters his seventh season at the helm. After posting three straight 9-3 seasons, the Bison have gone 5-5 the past two years, and his overall record at Buffalo is 40-26. more
The Buffalo girls golf team begins its season on Monday, Aug. 29 at the Reeds Spring Invitational. more
Building a curriculum around a nature theme is a great way to add interest and variety to a classroom. more
This time of year we receive a lot of calls about Johnsongrass. Is it bad for my. cows? Will it kill my cows? Is it true that it can cause cattle to abort? The answer to these questions is yes, however, Johnsongrass is also an excellent summer pasture plant under certain conditions. MANAGEMENT IS THE KEY TO SUCCESS WHEN DEALING WITH JOHNSONGRASS. more
The Missouri State Fair is back this year for another 11 days to highlight traditions in Missouri agriculture. And the Missouri Pork Association (MPA) is proud to highlight the pork industry and the dedication of Missouri’s FFA and 4-H youth in their projects. Between August 10 and August 20, fairgoers will have many opportunities to learn about the pork industry while enjoying the fun and great food in Sedalia.     more
The Missouri Governor’s Conference on Agriculture is coming back to Tan-Tar-A Resort in Osage Beach, Missouri for its 50th celebration of agriculture. Today, the Missouri Department of Agriculture announced registration is open and the event is set for Nov. 16-17. more
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You may not be able to squeeze blood from a turnip, but you can easily grow this tasty and nutritious vegetable. more
The American black bear is one of the largest and heaviest wild mammals in Missouri. It has a long muzzle with a straight facial profile; rounded, erect ears; rather short, stout legs; and a very short tail practically concealed in the long, heavy fur. For black bears in Missouri, the fur is predominantly glossy black; the muzzle is brown, and there is usually a white patch on the chest. The sexes look much alike, though females are usually smaller than males. Black bears are usually silent but can make a variety of sounds. they may grunt, mumble, squeak, roar, huff, bellow, hum, moan, or purr. more
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Ever since humans began tending to small patches of cultivated ground near their homes, the terms “rain” and “garden” have gone together. more
The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) will offer a free alternative methods catfish clinic Thursday and Friday, Aug. 3-4, at Truman Lake. MDC experts will discuss catching catfish with set line methods such as jug lines and trot lines. Participants will meet at Truman Lake State Park west of Warsaw. They will go fishing on the lake with expert help. more
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Dogs can be a great tool for conservation-related work. That’s why the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) launched its canine unit in 2021. more
Buffalo senior Brett Schwanke won the Class 3 state championship in the 100-meter dash over the weekend with a time of 10.49 seconds, and he took second place in the 200-meter dash with a time of 21.67 seconds. Schwanke has signed to run track at Evangel University next year. more
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