The Wright Soil and Water Conservation District has named Forsman Farms Outstanding Conservationists for 2019. David and Peter Forsman, of Forsman Farms, are fourth generation Wright County farmers.
With 3.1 million laying hens and farming 1,000 acres in Minnesota and Iowa, Forsmans’ have come a...
Work is continuing on state Highway 25, south of U.S. Highway 12 in Montrose. Last year, Minnesota Department of Transportation (MNDOT) resurfaced Highway 25 from Montrose to Watertown, except for the half-mile stretch from Highway 12 to 7th Street South. Now, the City of Montrose is replacing the...
There is perhaps no other thing that can sweep us away to another world of memories and emotion than music. It carries us to far off places we could only hope to see, and it brings our memory to places of remembrance. We feel things just as powerfully as we did in the past under the caress of music...
The Buffalo girls’ tennis team made a little history with its 4-3 home win Wednesday, Sept. 18 over Wayzata.
Thanks to a marathon win at No. 1 singles by sophomore Anna Lee, the Bison became the school’s first sports team to win a conference head-to-head matchup since joining the new Lake...
It was a night of Royal celebration – literally.
With a capacity crowd gathered last Friday at Bison Field West for Buffalo High School’s homecoming football game, it was the visiting team from Rogers stealing the spotlight in a 42-14 victory for the Royals.
While the final scoreboard was lopsided...
Only four swimmers make up a relay team, but if there were six, Buffalo’s 200-medley relay would still be one of the state’s best.
Through five meets and one invite, Buffalo’s “A” relay team in the 200 medley has come out on top. Two of those meets included the No. 1 and No. 2 ranked squads in the...
RECIPE COURTESY OF TRISHA YEARWOOD
From: Food Network Magazine
1 1/2 teaspoons lime zest (from about 1 lime)
1/4 cup fresh lime juice (from about 3 limes)
1 tablespoon sugar
Freshly ground pepper
3 cups seeded and finely chopped watermelon
1 cucumber, peeled, seeded and diced
Food safety starts with cleaning!
Wash hands for 20 seconds
Wet hands under hot running water. Add lots of soap.
Rub and wash back of hands, wrists, between fingers and under fingernails for 20 seconds.
Rinse well under running water.
Dry with paper towels.
Use paper to turn off the water faucet....