Articles from the March 15, 2023 edition

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FBLA hosts Small Business Showcase

ROB AND ARLENE MARTINEZ stop at the Retread Threads booth manned by Vickie Fuesz and Haxtun Future Business Leaders of America sponsor McCall Etl on Monday morning at the Haxtun Community Center....

 
 By Candie Fix    News    March 15, 2023

Haxtun Town Council changes setback regulations

With just two items of regular business and nothing listed under discussion on the agenda, the latest meeting of the Haxtun Town Council lasted just under 30 minutes; a rare circumstance for the Council that meets once a month at the community...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    March 15, 2023

Haxtun Health found to be in compliance following recent site visit

State surveyors, Federal updates, summer job opportunities and staff reports topped agenda items in a short, less than an hour-long meeting of the Haxtun Health Board of Directors at the end of February. The Monday night, Feb. 27 meeting opened with...

 

FFA week and the Colorado Ag Hall of Fame Banquet

As always, National FFA Week was extra busy for the Haxtun FFA Chapter. There was a long list of activities planned for the week, Feb. 21-24. On Tuesday, the Chapter held the annual petting zoo. Class...

 

Pelton and Mullica seek to stiffen penalties for drug deals resulting in death

Senators Byron Pelton, R-Sterling, and Kyle Mullica, D-Thornton, won approval from a Senate committee last week for a measure that will impose higher penalties for those who deal in Schedule I or II drugs that result in death.  The bill mirrors the...

 

Lucy's Place to host fundraiser for Meat-In Day

A local 4-H Livestock Judging Team made up of Kellum Carnahan, Julesburg,, Brooklyn Plumb, Haxtun, Lucinda Mares, Holyoke, and Bradie Midcap, Wray, won the Colorado State livestock judging contest in...

 
 By Gary Hodgson    Opinion    March 15, 2023

Under the Wire

I guess I must be pretty easy to entertain. Most of my early morning coffee and quiet times are spent reading headlines from online newspapers. Headlines only because they want to charge me to read...

 
 By Ken Frantz    Opinion    March 15, 2023

Fearless Faith

Not quite a fully-fledged aphorism, “the power of one” is nonetheless influential enough to incorporate into our day-to-day existence, bringing some degree of hope and imagination to lives dulled...

 
 By Mark Hillman    Opinion    March 15, 2023

Capital Review

Last year, the Colorado General Assembly demonstrated the good sense to pass Senate Bill 115, recognizing that property owners are not liable for actions committed on their property by criminals. It didn’t matter, legislators agreed, if the...

 
 By Chris Daley    Opinion    March 15, 2023

Strokes from other Pens

Letter to the Editor, While in Montana I learned that Sheriff Elliott had passed. From the Saturday door campaign to a deputy’s funeral to several meetings in his office, I got to admire his humility and wit. Thom Elliott was a warm, kind...

 

Times Past

85 Years Ago March 9,1938 Fitzgerald's Café will be opened to the public this coming Saturday, it has been announced by L.E. Fitzgerald, the proprietor. The business is located in the Fitzgerald...

 

Haxtun farmer testing nature-based way to manage costly corn pest

Although Anderson Wheat Farms is primarily a certified wheat seed producer, Dan Anderson notes that "corn is still king" in Colorado due to the state's number of dairy, beef and livestock farms and...

 

Reffing relatives

A trio of Chintalas were selected as referees for the 2023 Girls' 3A State Basketball Championship last weekend. The trio, pictured from left to right, Trevor Chintala, Dana Chintala and Greg...

 

Fleming Lady Wildcats enter post season at #11 - Exit State Tournament in sixth place

The Fleming Lady Wildcats made their way into the Regional/State tournament bracket a few shorts weeks ago as the number 11 seed. After Regional victories over 22nd ranked Arickaree and sixth ranked...

 

Haxtun's track season opens at Fort Morgan

The Bulldog track team competed in the first meet of the 2023 season on Saturday, March 11. The track team participated in the Fort Morgan Invite, top-10 results are as follows: Boys 100-meter dash: Kyle Fryrear, third, 12.30; Ryland Wolff, fifth,...

 

Jim Brundige

James Ernest "Jim" Brundige passed away on Sunday, March 5, 2023 at the Haxtun Health Extended Care Unit at the age of 68. Jim was born in Haxtun on Sept. 4, 1954 to Glenn Christie and Dorothy Jeane...

 

Paul Jon Kaiser, Jr.

Paul Jon Kaiser Jr. passed away peacefully on Saturday, March 11, 2023 surrounded by family in Loveland at the age of 67. Paul Jon Kaiser Jr. was born on April 24, 1955 in Sterling to Paul Kaiser Sr....

 

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