The Haxtun-Fleming Herald - What can we reason but from what we know? -Alexander Pope

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Haxtun Town Council sees swimming pool draft

Corn Festival plans, swimming pool drawings and a change to the current golf cart ordinance topped agenda items at the Haxtun Town Council meeting Monday night, Sept. 14. The Council continues to...

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Firme provides COVID spending breakdown to Haxtun BOE

Haxtun School District has received more than $280,000 in COVID-19 relief funds over the past six months and during the most recent Board of Education meeting, District Bookkeeper Lynda Firme gave...

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Homecoming 2020

HAXTUN HIGH SCHOOL'S 2020 royal homecoming court includes front row (l-r), Tanley Andersen and Kylee Workman; back row (l-r), Ryan Tempel, Aiden Johnson and Dusty Anderson. Not pictured is Katie...

Fleming voters to see municipal and school issues on ballots

Fleming voters will be tasked with a number of decisions when it comes time to vote this November. Both the Town of Fleming and the Frenchman School District have questions for voters on the ballot in the upcoming election. The Frenchman Board of...

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Rodney Rahe

Rodney Kent Rahe passed away on Aug. 15, 2020 at the age of 76. He was born to John and Hilda (Stahr) Rahe in Julesburg on Dec. 4, 1943. Rodney was baptized into the Christian faith and reaffirmed...

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Under the Wire

As winter approaches, their hair has gotten a little long. They are in bad need of new shoes, to compensate for their sore feet, legs and back. They’ve been given about every drug available to help...

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Fearless Faith

Some time ago, certain someone in my household returned home from a morning walk with an injured cat. Said cat allowed us to claim her, though we all know cats can never be owned. Two years later,...

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Extension Spotlight

With the cool weather that blew through recently and with fall and winter approaching its time to start focusing on preserving our garden’s goods. Humans have been preserving foods since ancient...

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Times Past

95 years ago Oct. 2, 1925 The Haxtun Harvest Fairfield News - Mrs. Gene Peterson entertained a number of her friends at dinner Sunday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ahnstedt, Howard James,...

Rural Resilience course strengthens farmers' community safety net

Farmers and ranchers are no strangers to hard times. Producers regularly experience fluctuating commodity prices, trade disruptions and extreme weather events that make their already challenging jobs even harder. The COVID-19 pandemic and its...

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