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Articles from the February 23, 2022 edition

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Hayden Burr takes 160-pound Championship

FLEMING SENIOR Hayden Burr closed his high school wrestling career at the 2A State Tournament last weekend where he earned the 160-pound title. He went 49-1 in his final season with the Sedgwick...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    February 23, 2022

Haxtun BOE hears from Garden of the Dawgs staff

Haxtun School Board members tackled a full agenda in a Tuesday evening, Feb. 15 meeting with topics including students presentations, coaching assignments and personnel matters. A good deal of coaching and personnel discussions centered around...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    February 23, 2022

Stolen vehicle recovered following chase

A pickup stolen from a residence just north of Haxtun on Tuesday evening, Feb. 8 was later recovered following a police chase in Perkins County, Neb. In the late hours of the evening, William Klingenfuss, 30, of La Marida, Calif., found a Chevy...

 

Amendments to be made to SB 114, fire suppression pond bill

A bill that would allow illegal ponds to remain undrained in order for the water to be used for wildfire suppression got its first hearing in the past week in the Senate Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee.  Senate Bill 114 would allow those...

 

Under the Wire

Well, I did it again! New Year’s Day, widely celebrated throughout the land by nearly everyone, came and went more or less unnoticed by yours truly. How does anyone manage to miss such an obvious...

 

Fearless Faith

It is once again time for gardeners to wake from their wintry slumber and purposefully step into that spring rite known as planting season. Plastic trays, peat pots, mulch and soil amendments are all...

 

Colorado Preps Weekly

State wrestling took center stage last week, with championships decided at Ball Arena. Lots of hardware is making its way back out to the eastern portion of the state, including a team title. After a...

 

Times Past

85 Years Ago Feb. 24, 1937 A pie and box supper will be held in connection with the literary at the Sun Beam School Friday evening. Everyone welcome. Mrs. Monteith, 43, died suddenly from apoplexy;...

 

Soens honored at Girls' Night Out

PASTOR JERI SOENS was honored with the 2022 Wellness for Women award on Saturday night during Haxtun Health's Girls' Night Out annual celebration. Always, steadfast and love were three words that...

 

Golden Wedding Anniversary

Donald Lock and Beverly Roelle were married on Feb. 12, 1972 in Peetz at the Sacred Heart Church. Their children include Melisa and Jay Goddard, Andrea and Tony Ertle, Brian and Michelle Lock and...

 
 By Candie Fix    Sports    February 23, 2022

Bulldogs enter District 4 bracket at #2; finish regular season with 2 home wins

Sixty-six was a lucky number for the Haxtun Bulldogs last week. The Fightin' Bulldogs racked up 66 points in both of their home games last week for a combined 132 points in the final two outings of...

 
 By Candie Fix    Sports    February 23, 2022

Lady Bulldogs take home court wins over Wiggins and Lone Star

The Lady Bulldogs ended the regular season with two hugs wins, both on their home court last week. Haxtun took down Wiggins in a double-overtime thriller Thursday night and the next, earned a...

 

Lady Cats suffer 57-49 loss to Sedg. Co.

In their final regular season game, the Fleming Lady Wildcats suffered at 57-49 loss at the home of 2A's Sedgwick County Lady Cougars. The then 12-5, sixth-ranked 2A team according to Colorado High...

 

Fleming beats Peetz; falls to Sedg. Co. by 1

The Fleming Wildcats closed out the regular portion of their season last week with a home win over Peetz and a one-point, road loss at the home of the 2A Sedgwick County Cougars. The Wildcats opened...

 

3 local wrestlers take mats at State; 1 returns with title

It was an exciting weekend at the Colorado State Wrestling tournament held at Ball Arena in Denver last weekend. Sedgwick County/Fleming has a new State Champion to add to their wall of Champions. Sen...

 
 By Larry Nelson    News    February 23, 2022

Hunholz earns medals and travels the world during his time with the Army

By Larry Nelson COL, Retired, U.S. Army Volunteer interviewer, Veterans History Project Milt Hunholtz graduated from Diggins High School in Missouri in 1951. Fairly soon thereafter, he went by car to...

 

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