Performers set to take stage at 100th Corn Festival on Sept. 25

The 100th annual Haxtun Corn Festival promises to be the best one yet! To celebrate the past 100 years, organizers have lined up not one, not two, but three entertainers with sparks of other...

Michael to be honored for decades of service

Throughout her 37 years as a small business owner, local florist Marilyn Michael has been honored for her service to the Haxtun community more than once. As she packed up her belongings from The...

Haxtun's homecoming this weekend

HAXTUN HIGH SCHOOL celebrates homecoming this week, above are seniors who were nominated for king and queen titles including front row (l-r), Ella Coffin, K'lyn Bornhoft and Allie Thompson; back row...

Prayer vigil honors Wiley students

HAXTUN SENIOR Allie Thompson helps students Aeris Evanson, middle, and Serenity Dick, left, light their candles during a prayer vigil for students at Wiley High School. Originally, Haxtun was slated...

Christophers honored as Grand Marshals

KURT AND DEEANN Christopher wave at familiar faces along the parade route at Fleming's Fall Festival Saturday morning, Sept. 11. The two were honored as this year's Grand Marshals. DeeAnn currently...

Council votes to hire Williams following closed-door meeting

The Fleming Town Council met for their regular monthly meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 8 at the Fleming Community Center. The meeting was called to order by Mayor Sue Einspahr at 6:32 p.m. The following council members were present: DeeAnn Christopher,...

Queen & King crowned

FLEMING SENIORS Whitney Chintala and Joel Muller were crowned 2021 Homecoming Queen and King during half time of last Saturday's football game against Haxtun.Other members of the royal court included...

"Wildcat Traditions March On"

Saturday, Sept....

Pool committee reports over half of goal raised

The Haxtun Swimming Pool committee has surpassed the half way mark in the goal of raising $750,000 to construct a new swimming pool. Committee members Lee Salyards and Barb Ensminger reported recent totals to members of the Haxtun Town Council...

Haxtun Bulldogs shut out Wildcats in Saturday afternoon contest

For the first time in nearly two decades, Haxtun met the neighboring Fleming Wildcats for a gridiron contest. The two teams played an eight-man game on Fleming's six-man field for the Wildcats'...

Lady Cats sweep Friday and Saturday

Fleming's Lady Wildcats swept in back-to-back night's last week. They opened on the road against the Prairie Lady Mustangs on Friday and hosted the Flagler Lady Panthers for homecoming on Saturday....

6-man/8-man showdown

FLEMING SENIOR Hayden Burr, #1, chases down Haxtun Quarterback Owen Knode during Fleming's Homecoming football game on Saturday, Sept. 11. A combination of tragedy and cancellation brought the two...

Haxtun goes 4-0 in action last week; on a 7-game winning streak

The Lady Bulldogs are on a seven-game winning streak after going 4-0 in volleyball action last week. Haxtun took down Flagler at home in a varsity only match up last Tuesday and went undefeated in...

Under the Wire

Sue is always trying to add variety to our meals. Since we both have worked out of our home offices the entire 35 years of our marriage, this is a very good thing. “Eating out” is a luxury...

Capital Review

On Sept. 11, 2001, Islamic terrorists on a murder-suicide mission flew commercial airliners into the two World Trade Center towers in New York City and the Pentagon in Washington. A fourth crashed in a Pennsylvania field. The attacks against our...

Fearless Faith

Being fully present in today’s world can be trying to say the least. Socially, it feels as though we are pushed to the edge. Telling people why they are wrong takes precedence over inviting others...

Colorado Preps Weekly

Fall is right around the corner and the regular seasons across the board are nearing the midpoint. Volleyball and softball tournaments have been the norm and football is beginning to see more league match-ups. Cross country and golf have been...

Times Past

85 Years Ago Sept. 16, 1936 Miss Ardis and Ellen and Willis Marlatt left last Friday morning to enroll at the Colorado State Agriculture college for the coming year. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Larson of...

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