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September 21st, 2014

Buffalo Celebrates Annual Oktoberfest

Buffalo enjoyed their Fifth Annual Oktoberfest this past weekend, with many local and regional breweries, home-brewers showing off their creations, a taste of some more modern music and traditional German music as well.

County Searching For Space For Public Defender

At the request from the state, the Johnson County's Commissioners are currently looking for office space to house the public defender somewhere in Buffalo.

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 22, 1914

Ruby Sexton, 19, was struck by a train last night at Old Acme, and instantly killed.

County Searching For Space For Public Defender

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At the request from the state, the Johnson County's Commissioners are currently looking for office space to house the public defender somewhere in Buffalo.

Now, is the Time to Plant Those Fall Bulbs

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Tulips, daffodils, and crocuses, those cheery little flowers that are the hallmarks of Spring. Landon's Greenhouse held another of their informative workshops on Saturday. This week's topic was “Growing Fall Bulbs” and Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this report.

Buffalo Celebrates Annual Oktoberfest

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An annual cultural celebration took place again this past weekend with another good turnout. Aaron Palmer in Buffalo has more...

This Week's Poll Question

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Roads need to be save for all regardless if they're driving, walking, or biking. Those vulnerable users are taking a risk being out there on the roadways, but then again, drivers should be aware of their responsibilities.

City Passes Resolution Supporting Fair Housing Act

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The Buffalo City Council discussed a Resolution recently brought before them that states the city will support standards and requirements of the Fair Housing Act.

Absentee Voting Starts This Week

Absentee voting for this year's general elections starts Thursday.

Sugar Bars Sale Draws 100-Plus Buyers

Velma Brown, right, and her boyfriend, Cody Brown, with one of the two fillies she bought (Photo by Pat Blair)
Sellers wait outside the pavilion as the bidding starts. (Photo by Pat Blair)
Buyers eye a prospect during the sale preview (Pat Blair)

Nearly 200 prospective buyers packed the stone pavilion on the Sheridan County Fairgrounds on Sunday, hoping to tap into a piece of quarter horse history.