- WEDNESDAY, April 22, 2015 -
Bamford appointed to fill Jedlicka’s seat The Haxtun Hospital District Board of Directors returned to full capacity with five filled seats on April 13 with the appointment of Kent Bamford to a position recently vacated by Colleen Jedlicka. Jedlicka’s four-year term on the Board began on May 14. Bamford’s appointment runs until the next regular election in May 2016, when he could seek a four-year term to continue serving. Following Bamford’s unanimous appointment, HHD Board Chair Scott Thompson administered his oath of office. Other members attending the meeting, which the Board rescheduled from April 6, were Secretary/Treasurer Jeff Firme, Vice-Chair Rod Salvador and member Steve Hofmeister.

Fleming residents take concerns to Town Council The Fleming Town Council met for their regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, April 14, at 7 p.m. at the Town Hall in Fleming with Mayor Larry Schaefer presiding. The following council members were present: Sue Einspahr, John Stone, Bob Tanner, Sam Wolever, Jr. Larry Emory and Cameron Harms were absent.

School finance act passes first hearing at State Capitol The school finance act — the bill that sets the amount of money each K-12 public and charter school should receive per pupil — passed its first hearing Thursday at the State Capitol.


Lions aid in a healthier Haxtun


LIONS CLUB volunteers (l-r) Steve Firme, Carl Wilcox and Dan Kaus collect fees from 9Health Fair participant Carol Josh on Saturday morning. According to Wilcox there were more than 400 participants between pre-draws and the health fair event last weekend. Some traveled from as far as Greeley to take advantage of the services.

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