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UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA EXTENSION - www.extension.umn.edu   One of the joys of summer is homegrown sweet corn, picked right outside your back door and plopped straight into a pot of boiling water or onto the grill. The advantage of having a home garden is that you can pick and savor your...
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA EXTENSION - www.extension.umn.edu   Quick facts Know the average first frost date in your area will help you calculate when to plant these late vegetables. Some vegetables will tolerate some frost and keep growing even when temperatures are in the low forties. Others cannot...
  Glynette Cleveland, 80 Glynette Adell Cleveland, age 80, of Big Lake lost her battle with Alzheimer’s and peacefully died with her daughter beside her on Friday, July 31, 2020. She was born on September 25, 1939 in Hanover, Minnesota the daughter of Arthur and ReDella (Jewett) Stoppelman. On...
Community Corner by Shelby Hulstein
Remember when the phrase “agree to disagree” was popular? If two people with opposite views found themselves in a conversation where they could not change the other person’s mind, they would “agree to disagree.” They would respect the other person’s right to have a different opinion and move on...
Engagement   Loch-Butera David Loch and Susan Schmitz, of Buffalo, are happy to announce the engagement of their daughter, Leah Marie Loch, to Jordan Patrick Butera, the son of Amy Pacholsky and Roy Doup, of Superior, WI. Leah graduated from Buffalo High School in 2011 and from the University of...
Beet and Havarti Salad
Sweetcorn, cabbage, beans, beets, onions, carrots, cucumbers, tomatoes, and so much more can be found at the local Farmers Markets and food stands. Be sure to check out one close to you and get in on all that fresh, locally-grown produce. Canning season has begun! In no time, it will be in full...

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Triple-Melon Sorbet Float
Lots of fresh produce can be found at the area Farmers Markets and produce stands, along with many other locally produced items, such as  maple syrup and honey. Here are a few recipes utilizing...
The annual State of the City address for Buffalo was held on Tuesday, July 21 at 11:30 a.m. at the Bison Creek restaurant. A variety of city and county leaders gave local business owners and city...
Buffalo resident Dylan O’Borsky, 22, proudly poses for a photo with a giant muskie he and his friend, Luke Ramsey, caught this past weekend on a river near Rochester. Experts say it takes about 10,...
How to spend millions of federal CARES Act dollars? That was a question that popped up at Tuesday’s meeting of the Wright County Board of Commissioners. The question was also the topic of a couple of...
On Monday, July 20 at 7 p.m., the Buffalo City Council met, both virtually and on-site, to discuss the CARES funding that the City of Buffalo has received. Administrator Laureen Bodin reported that...
In early June, the Wright County Fair Board released a statement that announced the postponement of the 150th Fair until July of 2021. With most other fairs being postponed or canceled as well, the...
Euerle’s quality start gets pitching on track; Bulldogs knock off Hutch   You name the style of game, and this year’s Buffalo Bulldogs team has proven they can beat you, no matter the type.  The...
Peyton Kramer (middle), of Maple Lake, was one of seven contestants that competed in last Friday’s Barrel Racing event in the Peewee Division at the Buffalo Rodeo Grounds. Kramer is racing on her...
The Buffalo Bison fast-pitch softball team is still searching for that elusive first victory in 2020. This 18U summer Bison squad is made up of 10 players who likely would have played on the high...

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