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- WEDNESDAY, Dec. 17, 2014 -
Haxtun BOE hears audit; sets mill levies An early morning meeting opened with an audit report and an update on the new middle school building for members of the Haxtun Board of Education Friday morning. The meeting time change gave members the ability to approve mill levies for the general and bonds funds before the Dec. 15 deadline.
 
Fleming Town Council meets for regular meeting The Fleming Town Council met for a regular meeting on Dec. 9 at the Town Hall. Mayor Pro-tem Sue Einspahr called the meeting to order at 7 p.m. with the following council members present: Sam Wolever Jr., Bob Tanner, Larry Emory and Cameron Harms. Mayor Schaefer was absent.

Bulldogs trample Buffs, lose to Cougars at home last weekend The Haxtun Bulldogs picked up their first win of the season in a big victory over the Caliche Buffaloes Thursday night. The Bulldogs played a solid game under the basket, out rebounding the visiting team to win the team’s home opener. The following night, Haxtun again played at home but suffered a loss to the Sedgwick County Cougars.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


Businesses visit HHS

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HAXTUN and Phillips County business people visited with Haxtun High School seniors on Tuesday afternoon as part of a speed business mentoring event sponsored by HHS and the Phillips County Economic Development Corporation. Above, students Cheyenne Evers, left, and Nick Duvall, right, speak with Haxtun EMS members Bruce Mahnke, front left, and Jeff Schnahals, front right. Hopes are that the event gave students a look at different business and career opportunities that are available in the area. Local businesses included everything from law enforcement to radio and accounting to art. Of the almost 20 or so business people in attendance, almost half were HHS alumni.

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