All three of Buffalo County’s weekly newspapers—the Mondovi Herald-News, Buffalo County Journal and the Cochrane-Fountain City Recorder—will merge into one newspaper, the Buffalo County News, starting Aug. 6.
by Beth Kraft    After a 130-year press run as the Mondovi Herald-News, the newspaper will be changing its masthead to the Buffalo County News starting next week to reflect a merger of the county’s...
All three of Buffalo County’s weekly newspapers—the Mondovi Herald-News, Buffalo County Journal and the Cochrane-Fountain City Recorder—will merge into one newspaper, the Buffalo County News, starting Aug. 6.
A facility on N. Eau Claire St. in Mondovi is one of seven area group homes and CBRFs operated by Garlick’s. Owner Mary Jo LaBair says another round of rate cuts handed down by Inclusa on April 1 will make it difficult for the business to make ends meet.
by Beth Kraft    Frustrations with forced financial realities continue for many who own and operate group homes and community based residential facilities (CBRFs) for people with varying degrees and...
A facility on N. Eau Claire St. in Mondovi is one of seven area group homes and CBRFs operated by Garlick’s. Owner Mary Jo LaBair says another round of rate cuts handed down by Inclusa on April 1 will make it difficult for the business to make ends meet.
Members of a new group, Hope 4 U, founded in Sept. 2018, are working to raise awareness about suicide and mental health to better connect people to key resources and life-saving information. A Suicide Awareness Walk is set for Sept. 7 in Cochrane.
  by Beth Kraft   Members of a Buffalo County group have had enough. They feel there are too many local people wrestling with thoughts of self-harm and mental health issues who can’t get the help or...
Members of a new group, Hope 4 U, founded in Sept. 2018, are working to raise awareness about suicide and mental health to better connect people to key resources and life-saving information. A Suicide Awareness Walk is set for Sept. 7 in Cochrane.
A huge feedlot shed just north of Hwy. Z off Hovey Valley Road owned by Scott Werlein was flattened by the storm.
  by Beth Kraft   A brief, yet strong, storm on the Fourth of July swept down County Road Z in the area southeast of Mondovi known as Bennett Valley, leaving a haphazard path of destruction. Large...
A huge feedlot shed just north of Hwy. Z off Hovey Valley Road owned by Scott Werlein was flattened by the storm.
Firefighters sprayed water on the wreckage to knock down dust and douse any hot spots as a backhoe exposed the interior of Leebo’s Bar & Grill in downtown Gilmanton. Due to the nature of the fire early Thursday, June 6, authorities said the building had to be torn down.
  by Beth Kraft   In less than 12 hours, Leebo’s Bar and Grill—one of the original buildings in downtown Gilmanton—was gone. An early-morning fire on Thursday, June 6, scrambled multiple fire...
Firefighters sprayed water on the wreckage to knock down dust and douse any hot spots as a backhoe exposed the interior of Leebo’s Bar & Grill in downtown Gilmanton. Due to the nature of the fire early Thursday, June 6, authorities said the building had to be torn down.
All three of Buffalo County’s weekly newspapers—the Mondovi Herald-News, Buffalo County Journal and the Cochrane-Fountain City Recorder—will merge into one newspaper, the Buffalo County News, starting Aug. 6.
A facility on N. Eau Claire St. in Mondovi is one of seven area group homes and CBRFs operated by Garlick’s. Owner Mary Jo LaBair says another round of rate cuts handed down by Inclusa on April 1 will make it difficult for the business to make ends meet.
Members of a new group, Hope 4 U, founded in Sept. 2018, are working to raise awareness about suicide and mental health to better connect people to key resources and life-saving information. A Suicide Awareness Walk is set for Sept. 7 in Cochrane.
A huge feedlot shed just north of Hwy. Z off Hovey Valley Road owned by Scott Werlein was flattened by the storm.
Firefighters sprayed water on the wreckage to knock down dust and douse any hot spots as a backhoe exposed the interior of Leebo’s Bar & Grill in downtown Gilmanton. Due to the nature of the fire early Thursday, June 6, authorities said the building had to be torn down.

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by Beth Kraft Following tense discussions in recent weeks, city leaders and citizens may be on their way to finding some common ground and a permanent solution to filling the chief of police...
The Monroe St. home’s blackened kitchen sustained the most damage in the fire, which authorities say was sparked by the gas range.
  by Beth Kraft   It could have been worse, but the damage caused by an early-morning fire at the home of Jim and Kathie Loewenhagen and the losses it handed the couple were still great. “I can’t...
GHS athletic director Todd Pozarski, left, called attention to Gilmanton’s four football players (left to right), Weston Gumbert, Connor Cooke, Weston Werlein and Desmond Davis who play on the Independence/Gilmanton football team at a Pep Rally held Friday, Nov. 7.
  by Beth Kraft   The scoreboard didn’t look at all the way the Independence/Gilmanton football team had hoped when the final buzzer signaled the end of the No. 3 Indees’ bid to unseat top-ranked...
Two dozen cases of whooping cough have been confirmed in the Mondovi School District in the past two weeks. School and county officials say they are working with district employees and parents to stop the spread of the disease, which can be serious among infants and young children.
  by Beth Kraft   The Mondovi School District and the Buffalo County Health Department are working together to try to stop the spread of pertussis, also known as whooping cough, that has moved...
Members of the Mondovi Women’s Business Network recently displayed two of the 14 snowflakes the group purchased following a three-year effort to obtain new Christmas decorations for the downtown area. Pictured, MWBN members include, left to right, Lisa Amidon, Lori Larson, Ann Thompson, Sara Erickson, Trish Peterson and Brenda Stanford. Not pictured—Denise Marsolek. Obtaining the new decorations to replace Christmas items that were over 30 years old was made possible exclusively by local donations.
  by Beth Kraft   There will be snow for Christmas in Mondovi—at least in the form of new, light-up snowflakes that will soon cling to downtown lampposts. Following fundraising efforts over the past...

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