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33rd annual Old-Fashioned Saturday Night set for July 18; event promises several activities

By Candie Fix [email protected] The third Saturday in July always brings community members together as crowds gather downtown for the annual Haxtun Old-Fashioned Saturday Night. The night, which promises a car show, vendors, burn out and other...

Locals spend holiday weekend in wheat fields

MIKE ENSMINGER, in the combine, and Brandon Durbin, grain cart driver, cut a wheat field south of Haxtun on Monday morning near the Gary Koch farm. Many local farmers spent the hot, Fourth of July...

Haxtun Hospital welcomes Wendy Evans to Physical Therapy department as Rehabilitation Director; new service lines added

With more than 20 years of experience in physical therapy and massage therapy, Physical Therapist Wendy Evans recently joined Haxtun Hospital Physical Therapy with the goal of helping patients get...

PC Commissioners make emergency declaration following recent storms

Throughout the month of June, Phillips County Commissioners conducted several items of business related to storms that struck Paoli and Haxtun the same month. In addition to hearing information related to removal of storm debris from the County...

Frenchman Board of Education holds final meeting before 2020-21 school year opens; finalizes budget despite decreased revenues

Meal prices, graduation requirements, hiring a first-grade teacher … all action items at the final board meeting of the Frenchman Board of Education before school begins in the fall. The local Fleming school board does not typically meet in July,...

Kathryn Debus

Kathryn Margaret (Leffler) Debus passed away on Saturday, July 4, 2020 in Haxtun at the age of 86. Kathryn was born on Aug. 20, 1933 at her parents' home in Greeley to Carl and Hattie Eisenach...

Under the Wire

As with nearly every business, the horse business has its ups and downs. If you are in the business of raising and/or selling them, awhile back we were in one of the industry’s little...

Strokes From Other Pens

Letter to the Editor, The Help Haxtun Committee would like to update the community on our efforts to raise money for those businesses that were mandated to close because of the COVID-19 Pandemic. Our first distribution of $10,000 was given to the...

Extension Spotlight

Safety during fair It's almost fair time! Although this year has been unpredictable and frustrating, we in Phillips County are fortunate that we get to participate in county fair! This is the event...

Strokes From Other Pens

Letter to the Editor, In response to the Letter to the Editor in the Herald dated July 1, where the author states she believes Haxtun was built on love, therefore, the community response must rally behind her, in the name of love and “ask” that...

Fearless Faith

Everyone would like a clearer picture of what is happening these days in the social, medical and cultural arenas of our lives. We all have our lists of things that we prefer not to see, or just as...

85 years ago - July 10, 1935

85 years ago July 10, 1935 The Haxtun Harvest H. P. Groves, a resident of this community for more than 30 years, passed away at his home in Haxtun on Wednesday evening, July 3. Mr. Groves came to...

P.E.O. donates scholarship to HHS grad

HAXTUN HIGH School graduate, Brooklyn Davis, was selected as the recipient of the P.E.O. Chapter BX 2020 scholarship. She is pictured above with members Vicki Fuesz, left, and Joyce Barkey, right....

4-Hers volunteer at July's food bank

PAOLI HUSTLER 4-H members volunteered to help serve the county-wide food bank at the Haxtun Community Center on Wednesday morning. Pictured above are Kaylee Lock, Haylie Carpenter, a Food Bank of...

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