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ARIES - Mar 21/Apr 20 Aries, try to focus on simple pleasures this week. You don't have to travel to foreign lands or handle complicated hobbies to find happiness right now.   TAURUS - Apr 21/May 21 Taurus, seek opportunities to focus your mind, which is bubbling with creativity lately. Dabble in...
Summer vacation and holidays from school present opportunities for young athletes to take well-deserved breaks from their sports. However, staying in shape during the offseason can help athletes maintain their performance when a new season begins. Many sports have clearly defined offseasons, while...
Homes contain a variety of components that appeal to homeowners with different ideas about the perfect place to call home. That starts with the style of a home. Buildings are classified according to share components. A Craftsman style home will have a covered porch with a set of wide base columns,...
An individual's appearance can speak volumes. For many, that underscores the importance of having a wardrobe that presents the image they want to project. Unless you have unlimited funds, the process of curating a wardrobe can take time. Life brings with it many expenses, but it's possible to...
Summer is a season for recreation. Warm weather beckons people outdoors every day and during every season, but a quick glance outside your living room window in June, July and August will illustrate just how much people cherish any chance to spend time in nature when the mercury rises. So how are...
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA EXTENSION - www.extension.umn.edu   This week's update includes a review of melon ripeness, talking to customers about blemished and otherwise ugly produce, some new insects to keep an eye on, some old insects that just keep persisting, and some notes about prioritizing...
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA EXTENSION - www.extension.umn.edu     A large squash vine borer larva found in a secondary vine   Week of July 25   The week began with frustrating news — we found several squash vine borer larvae entry points on the main pumpkin vine. We were able to spot these entry...

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This week, our recipe focus is on fresh beans, zucchini, cabbage and tomatoes. Let us know if there is something you would like us to put in our column, or if you have a recipe to share, please...
The annual Monticello Riverfest celebration was held from Thursday, July 14 through Sunday, July 17. Various events were held over the weekend in Monticello including a car show on Thursday,...
Good news or bad news? The good news is gas prices in Buffalo have fallen below $4.00 per gallon. The bad news is one year ago, they were just under $3.00 per gallon. This photo was taken Wednesday...
During the Buffalo City Council meeting on Monday, July 18, possible solutions and costs regarding pumping between Lake Pulaski and Buffalo Lake with zebra mussels present was discussed at length....
On Monday, July 11, at the Montrose City Council meeting Greg Youmans, of Garfield Street in Montrose, presented plans for a community-oriented event scheduled for Saturday, August 20. He is working...
Representatives from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will host a Flood Map Information Open House for communities in Wright County on Tuesday, Aug. 2. The public open house will be...
Miss Buffalo 2021-22 Mackenzie Fladung and 2021-22 Miss Hanover Kiley Irwin are participating in the Minneapolis Aquatennial Queen of the Lakes program during the “Best Days of Summer” celebration. ...
The 151st Wright County Fair begins tomorrow (Wednesday, July 20) and runs through Sunday, July 24. Here is the full schedule by time and date. Tuesday, July 19 •Noon-8 p.m. – General exhibit entries...

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