- WEDNESDAY, December 7, 2016 -
HHD Board of Directors approves 2017 budget
The Haxtun Hospital District Board met last Monday, Nov. 28. In addition to approving the budget for the coming year, members also heard a presentation from Charles Irvin with Daugherty Mortgage Group about funding options for strategic planning in addition to entering into a closed-door discussion to talk about a physician’s contract.

Johnson signs to play volleyball at North Platte Community College With her high school volleyball career officially behind her, Fleming senior Shaylee Johnson announced her future intentions on Friday, Dec. 1. In front of a library full of peers, mentors, supporters and family, Johnson signed her letter of intent to play volleyball with the North Platte Community College Lady Knights in the fall.


SCF wrestlers earn 4th at Akron; take dual at Gering The Sedgwick County/Fleming wrestling team competed in their opening events of the season last week at Akron and Gering, Neb. The team finished fourth overall with 111.5 points. Teams finishing in the top three were Platte Valley, 211.5 points, Eaton, 138 points, and Merino, 112 points. Individual results for wrestlers who attend Fleming and Haxtun schools are as follows:


Fire takes off in windstorm


FIRE DEPARTMENTS from Haxtun, Fleming and Holyoke battled a large blaze south of Dailey on Monday afternoon while high winds blew through the area. Neighbors, farmers and local businesses helped out with equipment and water trucks while crews tried to contain the flames that threatened land to the east. The fire appeared to have started in a wood pit that reignited Monday afternoon and caught a nearby haystack on fire near Brad Lightsey’s home.

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