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This is a great idea!!! I really enjoyed it and am looking forward to reading more about my home town!!
You've done a great job with this site, Nancy! :)
How about updating it every day so it might be a daily thing. Like for instance: Are the going to pickup the recyclables this week. When is the garbage going to be picked up? October 25th
Great job! I would like to suggest that we add the Catholic church in Reynolds so that visitors to the site will know that a catholic church is nearby.
why not print out the city council meeting minutes?
vivian and mahlon thompson very good and very interesting
Nice web site. Our web site is http:/22.214.171.124 Please click on the email link, we would love to hear from you. Gerald Sondreal
Wow! I just found out when I was home for Christmas that Buxton had a website. So glad I stopped in to check it out. You did a great job, Nancy.
Since you have some pictures of the "original" Main Street, maybe a picture of today's Main Street would be kind of neat.
Oh, could you put a link on the Guest Book page that would take you back to the Home Page?
I was very impressed by this website. I came across it in a search for more information about my great uncle, Charles McCormick Reeve.
Thank you for a nice look at Buxton.
Teresa Reeve Corley 3916 Connecticut St. Louis, MO 63116
Good job, Nancy. This has really grown since the last time I checked. Adding the council meetings is really interesting, especially for those of us who used to live there. How about some more early pictures? We had a Berg reunion last summer and I found some early pictures of Buxton that had belonged to my grandparents be happy to share. I hear the museum is closed and falling apart. Would have been great to use last summer. What can be done? Let's not lose it!! Beverly Kobbervig Aamold email@example.com
MY SISTER BETTY TOLD ME ABOUT THIS WEB SITE. HOW EXCITING TO GET ON AND LOOK AT GOOD OLD BUXTON. THANK YOU TO WHOEVER CREATED THIS WEB SITE. I LOVE THE PICTURE OF THE CITY, AND I LOVE THE HOUSES FOR SALE (IF I EVER WIN THE LOTTERY, I'LL HAVE A SECOND HOUSE IN BUXTON). BE SO MUCH FUN TO BE CLOSE TO MY SISTER AND BROTHERS...
a very nice site...every small town should have a similar site ..I spent many of my summers in Buxton in the 1940's.. with my Grandparents Gehart (Girt) and Anna Hanson ...We still have many friends in the Buxton area...Jerry
buxton is great!!!my best friends ..are so great.. i luv you guyz:)
We have a new URL for our website www.sondreal.org
Great page of your little community!!
A very nice web site. Glad to be proud of the community.
Great Web site.
Wow, I just came across this website while searching for the Traill County Tribune website, that I never got results for!! I never knew that Buxton had its own website! Fun to read the history of the town. I will have to check back again and see what is new.
The Wigestrand Family had their 2nd family reunion at the home of Terry and Kathy Wigestrand in Aug 03. We enjoyed our visit very much. Buxton was as beautiful as ever. Marlis really enjoyed visiting with all her friends that still live in the area. Even though we all live in different states, we still consider Buxton our home town. Our thanks again to Terry and Kathy for hosting our 2nd family reunion - they did a fantastic job!
Nice web site We enjoyed the buxton history and pictures.
I just got connected and one of my first stops was at the Buxton Web Site. Nancy good job your brother typed that!
Could a topic "More History" be added? Then people who are interested in history could EMail in and add their knowledge about the history of our beloved city Buxton! Thank You! the 7 lovely ladies of Buxton! Guess who we are? Thank you!
Its great to see that my old home town is alive and well and has its own web site. My Grandparents, Girt and Anna Hanson, and my favorite Uncle, Alfred Hanson spent their entire lives in Buxton and wouldn't have had it any other way. (The winters were cold though!)
This is a really nice web site. Many thanks and much appreciation to the people who set it up and maintain it. This is an excellent place to put all our memories and histories from years past that would be nice for the 125th anniversary of Buxton next year. I was in Buxton for our annual family reunion that was held at the Gary and Debbie Fuglesten home on July 24, 2004. There were about 50 relatives there, including a cousin from Minneapolis, Larry Fuglesten and also Gayle and Diana Olson. We were very sorry Gaylord couldn't be there. It is so nice to be able to visit with the nieces and nephews and get to know their children. I want to Thank Gary and Debbie for opening their home to us and also Gene and Kathy and Robert and Lorna for all their help with it. Sonja
Hmmmmm........ that's a cool photo of Buxton from the air...... It's cool that Buxton has a web page.
Do you have a list of students about 1949
It was nice to be here. http://shareinformation.org/
This is cool. It was neat to see the history of how the town was named. I love the arial view. I could even find the location of where my house would be on the big picture. Thank you Nancy! This is a great thing!
Hello there, once again! I'm finding that everyone here is linked somehow. It's amazing that people that we've never met that live within 20 miles around here know that Mom just had a baby! Uncanny! Word sure does get around in these small towns.
Hey This is an awesome website!
Hey Great Website! I was wondering if you have any information on my house. My house used to be a church in Buxton. It was called Cong Church. If you happen to have any pictures or information, it would be awesome if you could send it to me! Thanks, Jessica Henningsgard
Just wanted to say hi and thank you for a nice site i have been searching my family rich and diversed history, thank you
We need more exciting things for us kids in this BORING TOWN!!!!!!
hey guys great website but you should put more links on it it is kina boring sometimes i want to come back but i cant i miss ya'll very much hope to see you soon stay in buxton it is a great town!!!!!!
YOUR WEB SITE IS GOOD TO DO HOMEWORK FROM
hey...i hope to come to buxton sometime and see some guys..haha..chris and josh..i love ya guys!!
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I had to do some research on my hometown...guess where's the best place to look? Great job. By the way--I saw on the bank's website that you can still see bullet holes from the armed robbery; isn't it a shame that we can't go in and see them? What a history! Wish I was a millionaire and could restore the old bank. I'd love to see it how it was.
This is a wonderful website for a small community. Great Job
I just saw the comment about restoring the old bank! YES, it should be done. It is a historic building and should be saved. The stones for the structure came from my grandfather's (John Broe) farm. My mother, Helena Broe Brend, was the Buxton HS valedictorian in 1929. Recently I found a hand written copy of her speech. My Aunt Bertha Broe Maroney played in the HS band during the great events in the 1920’s. I have pictures and various items from that time period. MANY people have items that would be contributed to the “Buxton Bank Museum”. Aunt Agnes Broe, and Uncle Melvin Broe also attended Buxton HS. I attended country grade school, Ervin #1, through the 8th grade and then moved (1956) with my family (Henry & Helena Brend, sister Jenelle) to Canoga Park CA. I have a lot of memories of Buxton – such as the old time Saturday nights. What can be done to have the bank restored by July??? Who can do something to make it happen?? Do not loose any more of the historic Buxton buildings………. I hope to attend the event in July. Harlis Brend
I will be at the reunion for sure.
Hey Everybody I have lived in Buxton pretty much since i was born!!!It is a little town...haha talk to ya'll later buh by
Hey this is me just going to say that we need some more fun things to do in buxton get at it.
Hey Everyone! I totally lived in Buxton my whole life except last year I moved to Mayville. I miss it soo much. I come back alll the time! But seriously, it is kinda boring, you have to find things to do. Maybe we should get some fun things!.. like a pool or a bowling alley:P well i have to go talk to you later! Witney Mae Bjerke
Wish we could join the celebration. We'll think of all of you.
I am doing research on Charles McCormick Reeve, who may be the same Mr. Reeve who helped promote Buxton. Did your Reeve attend Yale, graduate in 1870 and die in 1947?
Thank you all for your hard work in putting together the events for the "Back To Buxton" celebration. We had a wonderful time helping Buxton celebrate its 125th year! My kids had a wonderful time at the parade and the carnival. It was neat to have all the local business sponsoring a booth for the kids to play some games. My daughter sure came home with a load of candy from the parade and carnival! She'll be set for the next year or so! The fireworks were phenomenal! It was better than Edina's Fourth Of July display! I also had a great time visiting with friends and family I haven't seen for quite some time. It was so nice to be back home! Thanks again for all your hard work!
Hey, will there by any pictures posted on the website from the 125th celebration?
YES, WE PLAN TO DO THAT, SO KEEP WATCHING! WE NEED TO ROUND UP SOME PICTURES, SO IF ANYONE HAS SOME THEY WOULD LIKE TO SHARE, THAT WOULD BE GREAT. THERE WILL ALSO BE A DVD AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE IN THE FUTURE THAT WILL HAVE VIDEO COVERAGE OF THE WEEK-END.
Thanks for a great celebration! We really enjoyed it. Thanks to all the people who made it a success.
Were you looking for me? send me a email if you are. Thank you.
you are awesome Ashley Delvo!!
I enjoyed reading the Buxton history. Budd Reeve was my great grandfather. Thank you for work on preserving the bank.
Hi! I'm trying to find the e-mail address for Troy Wigestrand, a relative. I've googled his name, but can't find it. I believe he lives in Wisconsin, but I'm not sure. Can anyone help? Thanks! All best from Norway
I am looking forward to my visit to Buxton this summer. I have relatives (Sorensons and Davidsons) buried in Buxton in the Norwegian-Lutheran Cemetery. Interesting web site - thanks!
Just a note to say I enjoyed your Buxton Web site: http://www.buxtonnd.com/
I moved away when I was only 3 when my parents moved to Southern California, but I still feel a strong connection to the town.
Both sets of grandparents and parents called Buxton home, and my brother Terry and wife Kathy still live there. We enjoy Buxton when we come to visit.
Wish you all the best.
Troy and Kim Wigestrand
2102 Queen Ave NE
Renton, Washington 98056