The barbecue grills outside Michael Plourde’s house still smell of smoke, even though they haven’t been used in a couple of days.
In 1954, an entire living room set cost $190; “White Christmas,” starring Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye, played in the movie theater; “Mr. Sandman” by the Chordettes played on the radio; and Don and Vyonne Kraen were married.
In Greek mythology, the sirens sang a mesmerizing song that lured sailors to sea.
On the night he was feted with scouting’s highest honor, Obadiah Rogers said he wasn’t entirely sure what the future holds for him. But the possibilities are endless.
Buffalo is fortunate to have many talented people call the city home. From music to pottery, Buffalo is full of creative residents. Two of those residents are a married couple who create landscapes that capture the drama of light and contrast the shape of industry against the horizon.
Sgt. Arlis Wayne Bolinger talked with his soldiers while pulling security over an open field in Vietnam in 1968. They had been “in country” for months, some for almost a year.
“This is just a drill,” the dispatcher says over the Buffalo High School loud speaker, but that is small comfort.
Dusty Smith can look at a saddle and tell you if it’s been made right. A good saddle not only must be functional, but it should also be aesthetically pleasing. It needs to fit the horse well and allow the rider’s weight to be distributed evenly. The construction requires both good craftsmans…
Dean States knows every inch of the landscape even though he has never traveled it.
The cowboy is a fading image of the American West.
When asked to pose for a photo, Anna Buckingham immediately knew what she wanted to do.
A friendly teenager with an infectious smile who got along with everyone. That’s how people remember Justyn Hall, 14, of Buffalo, who died from injuries sustained in a cliff-diving accident at Tie Hack Reservoir on Aug. 3.
Avery Devore shows her rabbit's ears at the 2019 County Fair. DeVore was named grand champion in the senior division for rabbit showmanship.
Fair week on Wednesday afternoon, the grounds were quiet.
One of Amanda Kaufmann’s earliest memories is of a small horse.
The story of Cpl. DeMaret Marston Kirtley is one told in faded black-and-white photographs of young Marston playing with turkeys and sheep at his home in Kaycee.
When Lisa Purcella signed on with Pamida in 2009, it was supposed to be a short-term gig. But a decade later, and she’s still working retail in the store. She’s seen many changes – most notably that Pamida sold to Shopko Hometown in 2012. On Tuesday afternoon, Purcella locked the doors on th…
The engines of a black Boeing RB-50, a large specially equipped B-29 airframe, hummed loudly, secretly flying along the cold Pacific Ocean shore of enemy territory. Within the fuselage, wearing radio headphones, 1st Lt. John “Jack” Carr listened to Beethoven being transmitted from a Soviet w…
School is a marathon – not a sprint.
“Words are important,” Susie Berry says.
Thanks to volunteers, the annual Midwinter Bald Eagle survey took place in Johnson County despite the partial government shutdown that has closed the local Bureau of Land Management office.
When you look at the ledger art of Alaina Buffalo Spirit, you first notice the colors and the depictions of strong Native American women.
Behind a series of doors in the Johnson County Justice Center, Sheriff Steve Kozisek stood with his son, Buffalo Police Department Investigator James Kozisek.