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Articles from the February 3, 2021 edition

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High school club hosts blood drive

A THURSDAY afternoon blood drive at Haxtun High School brought in 53 units of blood. The event, hosted by the Future Business Leaders of American, also included three power red donations, which...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    February 3, 2021

Haxtun Health reports administration of 350 vaccines

Since the release of COVID-19 vaccinations, Haxtun Health has administered 350 vaccines, not wasting a single dose. Those numbers came from Chief Executive Officer Dewane Pace during a Monday, Jan. 25 meeting of Haxtun Health Board of Directors....

 
 By Candie Fix    News    February 3, 2021

Resolution authorizing Administrator's employment rescinded by Phillips County Board of Commissioners at most recent meeting

The Phillips County Commissioners voted to rescind a motion authorizing employment with Pam Jenson as Phillips County Administrator last month. The resolution authorizing employment for Jensen had been approved just 10 days earlier. During a...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    February 3, 2021

Schroetlin takes over as Administrator

Laura Schroetlin is the new Phillips County Administrator. Schroetlin, who has been with the County since August 2010, officially took over administrator duties on Jan. 28. Schroetlin began her...

 

CMHC to host mental health first aid course via Zoom

Mental health challenges — such as depression, anxiety, psychosis and substance use — are shockingly common in the United States. In fact, more than one in five American adults will have a mental health problem in any given year. Centennial...

 

Under the Wire

I’ve noticed some columnists display a cartoon-like caricature of themselves at the top of their work. They jump right off the page at you, big head, little body with a goofy cartoon smile to greet...

 
 By Ken Frantz    Opinion    February 3, 2021

Fearless Faith

Responding to food insecurity Let’s face it; the pandemic has altered how we do food. Some of us have become more resourceful and efficient in our food choices. We shop differently, meal plan...

 

Trooper Tips

As Winnie the Pooh stated, “It undoubtably looks like a rather blustery day.” As that silly old bear stated so many years ago, it still rings true. We have seen a lot of blustery days this year with some gusts reaching as high as 116 miles per...

 

Colorado Preps Weekly

While the last week saw the beginning of Season B for athletics, it also included the culmination of the speech and debate season, with the 2021 festival. Due to the COVID restrictions, this year's...

 

Times Past

85 Years Ago Feb. 5, 1936 Death brought sorrow to the family of Mr. and Mrs. G.B. Hire twice within 12 hours last Saturday. By the strange hand of fate, a sister of Mrs. Hire's passed away in Curtis,...

 

Slick conditions contribute to non-injury fender bender

HAXTUN FIRST RESPONDERS Alan Nall and Bruce Mahnke check the scene of an accident at the corner of Bryan Street and Edmund Avenue just past noon last Wednesday. Snow fall the two days prior caused...

 
 By Candie Fix    Sports    February 3, 2021

Lady Bulldogs 2-0 following opening weekend of basketball action

A 2-0 start including a four-point win over a top 1A team ... the Lady Bulldogs took the court ready to play in their first outing this season and did so with a bang. For the first time this 2020-21...

 
 By Candie Fix    Sports    February 3, 2021

Bulldogs open season with 2-0 record after wins over Peetz & Fleming

Jan. 18 marked the start of Season B, including high school basketball under new guidelines set by the Colorado High School Activities Association. With just the required nine practices under their...

 

Lady Wildcats reappear on court following 10-month hiatus

The Fleming Lady Wildcats, who have not participated in a CHSAA sanctioned sport in nearly a year, reappeared on the basketball court last weekend. Last year's season came to an abrupt halt just one...

 

Wildcats return for Season B; open at 1-1

Season B, as dubbed by the Colorado High School Activities Association, finally got underway for the Wildcats of Fleming High School on Jan. 29. The school returned to extra curricular athletic...

 

SC-F opens with triangular and quad

The Sedgwick County/Fleming wrestling team opened their much anticipated season last week with a triangular at Atwood, Kan. and a quad at Fleming High School. The team traveled to Atwood on Friday, Ja...

 

Larry Gene Stein

Larry Gene Stein passed away on Jan. 19, 2021 at the age of 84 at Melissa Memorial Hospital in Holyoke. He was born on Jan. 7, 1937 to Erwin and Jo (Rice) Stein in Topeka, Kan. After graduating from...

 

Burnell Lee Holcomb

Burnell (Buster) Lee Holcomb passed away Jan. 18, 2021 in Muskogee, Okla. at the age of 91. Burnell was born on March 19, 1929 in Helena, Mont. He moved to Michigan from Montana at the age of six with his family. Later in life he worked on a ship as...

 

Nova Blancken

Nova “Joy” Blancken went to be with the Lord on Jan. 22, 2021 in Holyoke. She was born in Fowler, Kan. on April 29, 1934. Joy started school in Kansas and during her elementary years, they moved to a wheat farm in Stratton. She graduated from...

 

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