Articles from the April 5, 2023 edition

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Harms joins National Guard

FLEMING SENIOR Harry Harms announced to friends and family that he has enlisted in the Army National Guard in a ceremony held Monday, April 3 in the Fleming School/Community Library. Private Harms...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    April 5, 2023

Pace visits Capitol Hill to discuss HB 23-1215

A late March snowstorm forced members of the Haxtun Health Board of Directors to meet several days later than normal. The Board typically meets on Monday but thanks to area snowfall, the group meet on Thursday evening, March 30 for an hour and 20...

 
 By Andrew Turck    News    April 5, 2023

Patient. Vigilant. Energized.

A group of Republican representatives, senators, advisors and attorneys arrived to Holyoke the afternoon of Saturday, March 18, for the Lincoln Day Dinner, where they addressed 150 residents within...

 

Proposed budget increases $85.5 million over last year's budget

The 2023-24 State budget is now in front of lawmakers at the State Capitol. During the past week, the Senate worked on the $38.5 billion budget, adding $85.5 million in additional spending that included $354,000 in funding for the Yuma school...

 
 By Ken Frantz    Opinion    April 5, 2023

Fearless Faith

Deconstruction is nearly over with Holy Week in full camber, arcing across our lives. Grace that began the Lenten season has encircled us, and through its work we find ourselves on better paths, with...

 
 By Gary Hodgson    Opinion    April 5, 2023

Under the Wire

We take pride, here on the Hodgson Ranch, in staying as old fashioned as possible. Our cattle are gathered and worked horseback, no four wheelers or other motorized devices allowed. In spite of our...

 

Strokes from Other Pens

Every Tuesday morning, I take solace in attending a prayer breakfast with some of my fellow colleagues here at the Colorado State Capitol. The issues we see here under the Gold Dome and around the Denver area have really started to wear on my spiritu...

 

Times Past

85 Years Ago March 30, 1938 Haxtun voters will have the choice between two candidates for mayor in the Tuesday election: O.K. Clark and Ralph L. Scott. Three of the six candidates for trustee were...

 

Join the DC Club for a trip to Washington DC in June 2024

This educational travel opportunity will offer 2023-24, ninth through 12th grade high school students, the chance of a lifetime to see our nation's capital. Washington DC offers rich and immense history. Travel brings curriculum to life while...

 

Haxtun FCCLA participates in District Conference

On March 29-31 Haxtun FCCLA students attended the Northeastern Plains District Career and Leadership Conference. This conference was led by district officers and advisers from Haxtun, Holyoke, Yuma,...

 

First Birthday

Aarian D. Wisdom celebrated his first birthday on March 30, 2023. He is the son of Myranda Wisdom, Fleming. Grandparents are Gary and Lori Wisdom, Fleming. Great-grandmother is Bonnie West, Sidney,...

 
 By Candie Fix    Sports    April 5, 2023

Bulldog baseball picks up two wins in Wiggins to improve to 6-0

The Bulldogs shut out Wiggins on the road Saturday afternoon to improve to 6-0 on the season. Haxtun held the hometown Tigers scoreless in both games, picking up two commanding wins that leaves the...

 

Haxtun track competes in Kiowa Klassic in Limon

The Haxtun Bulldog track team competed in the Kiowa Klassic 2023 on Saturday, April 1 at Limon High School. Top 10 results from the meet are as follows: Girls 800-meter run: Heily Avery, 10th, 2:50.61. 100-meter hurdles: Kayti Williams, 10th, 20.10....

 

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