Cody selected by Haxtun BOE for superintendent

The Haxtun Board of Education has selected Marsha Cody as the next Superintendent of Haxtun Schools. Marsha was chosen during a special meeting last week and verbally accepted a short time later via...

Voice of Democracy

HAXTUN AND FLEMING students who recently competed in a Voice of Democracy speech contests are pictured (l-r), Reagan Jones, Kinsley Koberstein, Siena Donnelson, Kale Volkman, Colton Cochran and...

Passport to Paris

HAXTUN 2021 Prom Queen Kylee Workman and King Dylan Buccelli were crowned during grand march festivities in the high school gym Saturday night. Queen and king honorees are chosen by a vote of the...

Pelton's behavioral health administration bill heads to Polis's desk

On April 14, the General Assembly sent to the Governor a bill that could establish a new State agency. House Bill 1097 contains recommendations from a behavioral health task force, including setting up the behavioral health administration,...

Glenda Hovel

Glenda A. (Goddard) Hovel passed away March 15, 2021 in Mesa, Ariz. at the age of 99. Glenda was born Dec. 23,1921 on a farm two and a half miles east of Haxtun. She was the daughter of Glenn and...

Lady Bulldogs improve record with sweeps over Prairie and Wray

The Haxtun Lady Bulldogs improved their record with two wins last week, sweeping Prairie and Wray, both on the road. The team also took on Holyoke, but suffered a three-set loss at the hands of the Lady Dragons. Haxtun took the sweep over Prairie...

Lady Wildcats enter final week of regular season; remain undefeated

With just three matches remaining on the regular season schedule following last week's volleyball action, the top-ranked Lady Wildcats added three more victories to their overall record. Fleming...

Son Up to Son Down

Two is somehow my most and least favorite. It’s a stage that comes with so much fun and new found independence, but also with a formidable dose of tantrums and tears. There’s not a button that...

Under the Wire

“The pen is mightier than the sword.” A guy named Edward Bulwer-Lytton said back in 1839. One hundred and seventy-four years later, I have found a way to rewrite his thought to describe my own...

Colorado Preps Weekly

The first set of state championships in Season C will be awarded this weekend, as gymnasts from around the State will converge upon Thornton High School. Class 5A will compete on Thursday and...

Fearless Faith

Finding good help these days can be difficult. Not the domestic notion kind of help that is cast deep in fiction and culture, but the good friend help where one person stands by and with you when...

Times Past

85 Years Ago April 22, 1936 Miss Evangeline Mooney of Haxtun was one of 18 girls who were recently pledged to sororities at the Colorado State College of Education at Greeley. She became affiliated...

Patterson recognized as College of Education & Behavioral Sciences scholar

Michelle Patterson, Director of Special Education, at Northeast Colorado BOCES, has been chosen by the faculty at the University of Northern Colorado to be recognized as a College of Education and...

Haxtun FFA hosts Oyster Fry

The Haxtun FFA Chapter held their annual Oyster Fry on Monday 29. The Oyster Fry is a time for the Chapter to thank member auction buyers for their continued support. This is also a time for members...

Colorado State University 2021 wheat field days planned

There is nothing like seeing new wheat varieties growing in the field and attending a wheat variety tour in person. Colorado Wheat Field Days let farmers see new and traditional varieties side-by-side in our variety trial plots. Dr. Jerry Johnson,...

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