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Articles from the March 24, 2021 edition

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Runner-Up showing at State

THE FLEMING Lady Wildcats took the Runner-Up title in Sunday's Championship match up at the Colorado 1A State Basketball Tournament held in Colorado Springs. The Lady Wildcats entered the 24-team...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    March 24, 2021

Frenchman BOE approves salaries & contract

In preparation for the school year ahead, Frenchman Board of Education members voted on salary schedules and approved the principal’s contract for the 2021-22 school year. The short, March meeting was held in the Fleming School/Community Library...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    March 24, 2021

Survey results released; four-day week favored

Results are in. Haxtun residents and parents of students in the Haxtun School District recently received a survey regarding information about potentially moving to a four-day school week in their mailboxes. Of the nearly 800 surveys mailed, 118 were...

 

Learning three simple steps can help save a life

Suicide is a challenging topic to discuss. Having the knowledge and experience to discuss suicide aids in the process of helping someone who is actively in distress. Centennial Mental Health Center offers a variety of suicide prevention and mental...

 

Drought webinars for cattle producers available

The Nebraska Extension Beef Team plans to host a webinar series to help cattle producers plan for and manage during drought. A free webinar will be held each Tuesday at 7 p.m. The series started the first week of March, but the past webinars are...

 

ECU celebrates St. Patty's Day

HAXTUN HEALTH Extended Care Unit residents (l-r), Vickie Haworth, Joyce McCallum, Bud Biesemeier and Mary Ellen Koch all took part in St. Patrick's Day celebrations with a party. Residents played...

 

Pelton's SB 79 passes Senate & ag committee; heads to House for debate

Representative Rod Pelton, R-Cheyenne Wells, is close to seeing his first bill of the 2021 session on its way to the Governor’s office, on allowing direct sales of meat to consumers. Senate Bill 79 will allow livestock producers to sell shares of...

 

Blankenship earns Masters

Renee Cheramy, Garden City, Kan., announces the graduation of her daughter Alicia Blankenship from Southwestern College of Santa Fe, N.M. Blankenship now holds a Master of Arts degree in Art...

 

Sonnenberg tours eastern Colorado for Meat-In event

COLORADO STATE Senator Jerry Sonnenberg stands with Roger Koberstein at Haxtun Super's Saturday during a local Meat-In event. The Haxtun event is just one of many held in eastern Colorado and around...

 
 By Gary Hodgson    Opinion    March 24, 2021

Under the Wire

I hardly ever watch baseball on TV but like millions of people around the world I plan to watch the World Series whenever it rolls around. I hardly know enough about the games to comment on them. They...

 
 By Ken Frantz    Opinion    March 24, 2021

Fearless Faith

The difference between light and dark can be tricky when it comes to religion. For many, shadow and nuance are integral to our understandings of faith, life, and love. If it were easy, there would be...

 

Colorado Preps Weekly

CHSAA's Season B officially comes to a close this week, as Spirit wraps up the slate of championships. Ten champions were crowned over the past weekend in basketball, and Class 3A girls finally got...

 
 By Gary Cutler    Opinion    March 24, 2021

Trooper Tips

Ask a Trooper about how to drive safer on the roadway and you better take seat because it could be a while before the Trooper finishes. I have plenty to say about driving, the hardest part is picking a single topic among the myriad number of laws to...

 

Times Past

85 Years Ago March 25, 1936 Farmer jubilant as big snow settles over entire region. Blizzard Monday brings nearly an inch of moisture; soil is in good condition after long drought ends; more snow...

 

Lady Wildcats finish in 2nd; knock of Kit Carson for State berth

It was a story of underdog victories last week in the Final Four round of the Colorado 1A Girls' State Basketball Tournament. After entering the State bracket in the number six slot, Fleming's Lady...

 
 By Candie Fix    Sports    March 24, 2021

Haxtun Bulldogs fall to DeBeque Dragons in Great 8 road game

Out of all the Colorado 1A boys’ basketball teams, the Haxtun Bulldogs ended their season with a Great 8 finish, and despite a tough loss to a team that finished in the championship, the Bulldogs boast a final 11-6 winning record. The Haxtun team...

 
 By Candie Fix    Sports    March 24, 2021

Lady Bulldogs take home-opening match over Akron Lady Rams

Just four days after their basketball season ended, the Lady Bulldogs took the court again, this time to kick off the 2021 volleyball season. The 18-member squad is under the direction of Head Coach Paige Thompson, Assistant Coach Don Schelling and...

 

Funeral Notice

Richard “Dick” Fryrear passed away on Thursday, Dec. 17, 2020 in Greeley at the age of 76. A celebration of life will be held on Saturday, March 27 at 11 a.m. at the Haxtun Community Center with Pastor Jeri Soens officiating. The service will...

 

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