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Articles from the January 26, 2022 edition

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 By Candie Fix    News    January 26, 2022

Starkebaum takes position as Extension Agent

Phillips County's new Family and Consumer Science Extension Agent Stephanie Starkebaum began her position with Colorado State University in early January and she is already hitting the ground...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    January 26, 2022

Resignation leaves vacancy on Frenchman BOE

Just two months after board elections, the Frenchman Board of Education has declared a vacancy and is accepting letters of interest from community members to be a school board member in Fleming. The vacancy comes following a resignation from Nick...

 

Senator Sonnenberg co-sponsors UNC medical school bill

By Marianne Goodland Legislative Reporter The bill that would open the door to the University of Northern Colorado to have its own medical school was introduced in the State Senate on Jan. 18. Senate Bill 56 is sponsored by Senator Jerry Sonnenberg,...

 

Under the Wire

Over the years I have written about several jobs I once worked at, and usually got fired from, and businesses I once tried to operate. If the business involved livestock of any kind, is usually made...

 
 By Ken Frantz    Opinion    January 26, 2022

Fearless Faith

Highlights of this wintery time of year include fiery sunrises and sunsets. Each is unique with its own evocative beauty. Digital images that capture such moments can be difficult to distinguish morni...

 

Colorado Preps Weekly

Before you know it, the winter sports season will be in the books. State swimming for girls is just about three weeks off, with State wrestling hot on its heels. Basketball begins its final month of...

 

Extension Spotlight

The holidays are over and winter finally arrived this season. Are you missing your roses about now? Looking ahead to the coming growing season, are you hoping the same thing I am hoping? That your roses make it through these harsh wind chills accompa...

 

Capital Reviews

Governor Ricketts is an elected official who I have always thought does a good job — especially for agriculture — and someone that I tend to support. With that said, he blew it earlier this month when he made some bold and inaccurate statements...

 

Times Past

85 Years Ago Jan. 27, 1937 Mrs. E. (Caroline Kolb) Bamford, 67, one of the oldest residents of the Haxtun community, passed away last Thursday (Jan. 21, 1937) at her home in Dailey. A new business fir...

 

Haxtun FFA hosts Jan. 21 Ag Night with fire relief goals

Haxtun FFA held the annual Ag Night basketball game on Jan. 21 in conjunction with the Haxtun versus Holyoke basketball game. Ag Night began as a joint effort between the Haxtun and Holyoke FFA...

 

NRSC prepares for Farming Evolution; annual event set for Feb. 16 and 17

The local NRSC office is gearing up for the Farming Evolution 2022 regenerative agriculture annual event held in Holyoke. This year’s event will be Feb. 16 and 17, with early registration closing on Feb. 4. Whether you look at regenerative...

 

Hayden Burr earns third consecutive outstanding wrestler title

The Sedgwick County-Fleming wrestling team had a long weekend wrestling three days in three different states. On Thursday, Jan. 20 they traveled to Wray to dual Dolores Huerta Preparatory and Wray....

 
 By Candie Fix    Sports    January 26, 2022

Bulldogs advance to 7-4; seven regular season games remaining

Seven games remain on the regular season schedule for the Fightin' Bulldogs. Thus far, the team is 7-4 overall and rank number nine in top 10 standings according to the Colorado High School...

 
 By Candie Fix    Sports    January 26, 2022

Lady Bulldogs go 1-1 at home last week

With just four weeks left of play in the regular season, the Haxtun Lady Bulldogs have a handful of league games remaining on the schedule. One of those will take place Friday at the home of the...

 

Lady Wildcats take two wins; prepare for top-ranked Briggsdale

An opportunity to move up in the Colorado High School Activities' Association rankings will present itself for the Fleming Lady Wildcats this week. The team has held the number two spot for the...

 

Fleming goes 1-1; goes 1-0 in league play

Another 1-1 weekend leaves the Fleming Wildcats at 5-6 overall on the season. This weekend's victory over the Prairie Mustangs puts them at 1-0 in the North Central League. Friday against the Idalia W...

 

Barbara Saylor

Barbara Saylor died on Sunday, Jan. 16, 2022 at the age of 86. Barbara JoDell (Fryrear) Saylor, was the middle child of Melvin and Mary (Thompson) Fryrear. She was born on Nov. 15, 1935 and joined...

 

Deborah Thompson

Deborah "Debbie" Lynn Thompson passed away on Jan. 14, 2022 at NCMC Hospice Unit in Greeley at the age of 57 after losing her battle with cancer. Debbie was born on June 20, 1964 to A. Clayton and...

 

Virgil Saylor

Virgil E. "Virg" Saylor went home to his resting place on Sunday, Jan.16, 2022 at the North Colorado Medical Center after valiantly and bravely battling viral pneumonia. Virg was born on Jan. 22,...

 

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