Articles from the February 15, 2023 edition

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Engle becomes first SC/F female wrestler to qualify for State

110-POUND SENIOR Aliyah Engle became the first Sedgwick County/Fleming female wrestler to qualify for the State Tournament after making a fourth place showing at the Region Three Tournament in...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    February 15, 2023

New Council Member & Chief sworn in on Feb. 6

Oaths of office for a new council member and chief of police, maintenance work to the Town's water tower and liquor permits were all items of interest on the agenda for the Monday, Feb. 6 meeting of...

 

Quigley's students engage in conversation with Rep. Ken Buck

Every student in Mrs. Ashlea Quigley's senior Government class at Haxtun High School is required to write a letter to their Congressperson while studying the Legislative branch. This assignment is...

 

Farm equipment repair bill passes committee; heads to House

Farmers don’t have the luxury to wait for their equipment to be fixed, so a bill approved by the House Agriculture, Water and Natural Resources Committee will give them leeway to do their own repairs, or at least take the equipment to an independen...

 

Under the Wire

I’ll never have to make up stories as long as I have friends. My friend received a card in the mail last month asking if he would participate in a survey evaluating new pickups. They offered to pay...

 

Fearless Faith

In the early 1990s, a group of researchers helped pioneer an inventive computational model known as distributed computing. In short, it allowed projects that were hampered by lack of computational...

 

Times Past

85 Years Ago Feb. 9, 1938 Dr. H.R. Rasor, who for several months has been in charge of the McKnight hospital at Haxtun, suspended his medical practice here last week and returned to Crook where he...

 

Webinar for farm families set for March

Farm and ranch families are accustomed to dealing with challenging times and 2023 is shaping up to be very demanding. Inflation will not only affect household budgets it will also result in rising farm and ranch input prices. Higher input costs...

 

2023 Farm Bill decision webinar recording made available as deadline approaches

The March 15 deadline for farmers to make their ARC/PLC decisions for the 2023 crop year is fast approaching. In an effort to provide growers with the most up to date information needed to make this important decision, Colorado State University...

 

Preschool screening scheduled in Haxtun

Northeast Colorado BOCES, in conjunction with Haxtun School District, will be offering free developmental screening to children ages three through five, children who will not attend kindergarten next year and turned three by January 2023. The screen...

 

Preschool screening scheduled in Fleming

Northeast Colorado BOCES, in conjunction with Fleming Schools, will be offering free developmental screening to children ages three through five, children who will not attend kindergarten next year and turned three by January 2023. The screen will...

 

Wolever signs with Plainswomen

MACIE WOLEVER, a senior at Hastings High School in Nebraska, recently signed a letter of intent to play softball with the Plainswomen at Northeastern Junior College in Sterling. Wolver played...

 
 By Candie Fix    Sports    February 15, 2023

Lady Bulldogs prepare for final regular season match up on Friday

One game remains on the Lady Bulldogs regular season schedule and as the team prepares for what may come in the post season, they continue to work on lowering turnovers and working together as a...

 
 By Candie Fix    Sports    February 15, 2023

Haxtun goes 1-1 on the road last week; preps for Merino this week

The Haxtun Bulldogs improved to 10-8 overall with a win in Peetz Monday night. Over the past week, the Bulldogs took on the Rams in Akron and the Bulldogs in Peetz for a busy few days on the road...

 

Lady Wildcats enter final week at #5

A pair of losses to two of 1A's top-five ranked teams has dropped the Fleming Lady Wildcats one spot. The Lady Wildcats added a win over the unranked Otis Lady Bulldogs on the road before taking...

 

Wildcats go 1-1; fall to 2nd ranked Cardinals

The Fleming Wildcats remain in the number nine spot following a loss to second-ranked McClave and a win over Flatirons Academy last week. The week's play opened at McClave on Friday night where the...

 

SC/F wrestling qualifies 7 for State; Engle 1st female qualifier

The final week of the 2023 high school wrestling season is upon us. The Sedgwick County/Fleming wrestlers completed the 2023 Regional Tournament last weekend. 110-pound senior Aliyah Engle is the firs...

 

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