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Articles from the April 6, 2022 edition

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Town of Fleming Municipal Election Results

Mayor (1 seat) John Stone - 15 Stefan P. Betley - 55* Town Council Member (3 seats) Bonnie L. Jackson - 63* Andrew J. Muller - 61* William R. Landridge - 58* *Indicates unofficial winner...

 

Haxtun 4th graders pen "Fairness" essays for contest

The Jolley Dozen annually hosts an essay contest with Haxtun fourth grade students; each year selecting a topic for students to write about. This year's topic, titled Fairness, drew three winners in t...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    April 6, 2022

Schliesser to return to Frenchman BOE table following appointment

Shane Schliesser will take a seat around the Frenchman Board of Education table following his appointment last month. Schliesser fills a roll left vacant several months ago by a pervious member who was elected during November elections but later move...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    April 6, 2022

Haxtun Health selected for Tier 1 CORH grant

Haxtun Health Board of Directors heard from Dr. Nancy Dickey with the Center for Optimizing Rural Health in a late March meeting last week. The CORH team is part of the Texas A&M Rural and Community Health Institute tasked with ensuring health care...

 

Noa Josephine Stephenson

Ben and Casey Stephenson, Haxtun, announce the birth of their daughter, Noa Josephine Stephenson on Feb. 8, 2022 at UC Health in Highlands Ranch. Noa weighed five pounds, 15 ounces and measured 19...

 

Sonnenberg-sponsored SB 53 faces uncertain future in State House

Senator Jerry Sonnenberg, R-Sterling, won a surprising 23-10 vote on Senate Bill 53, which would allow a patient in a hospital or nursing home to have a family member visit during a pandemic. The March 29 vote was bipartisan, with 13 Democrats and...

 
 By Gary Hodgson    Opinion    April 6, 2022

Under the Wire

I have operated a commercial cow/calf operation nearly all of my adult life. That follows having grown up, depending on who you talk to, on cow/calf ranches operated by my parents, all my aunts and...

 
 By Ken Frantz    Opinion    April 6, 2022

Fearless Faith

It’s hard to wait. If we’re not connected when and where we think we ought to be, then we become selfishly impatient. We’ve come by it honestly through worldwide merchandisers as they ply their...

 
 By Kerry Sherman    Opinion    April 6, 2022

Colorado Preps Weekly

Outside of some unsettled weather early in the week, conditions were good enough to see competition is multiple sports in the past seven days. Some of the top performances during that time came on the...

 
 By Gary Cutler    Opinion    April 6, 2022

Trooper Tips

The blinker is the most misused item in a vehicle. It’s a great tool to have when trying to communicate with fellow drivers. What an invention. A system that lets others know what your thinking and you don’t have to utter one word or make any...

 

Times Past

85 Years Ago April 7, 1937 Funeral services were held last Saturday morning for Mrs. R.T. Fisher, who passed away Thursday at her home in Haxtun. She was 61 years, six months and 28 days old. She was...

 
 By PC Clerk    Local    April 6, 2022

Phillips County raises the Donate Life flag for April

April is National Donate Life Month, a national observance highlighting the importance of organ, eye and tissue donation. Each year Phillips County shows their support by sharing resources and posting information on donation in the driver license off...

 
 By Candie Fix    Sports    April 6, 2022

Haxtun Bulldogs improve to 4-2 overall in baseball action last week

The Bulldogs improved to 4-2 on the baseball diamond last week with double-header wins over Sedgwick County and a 1-1 split with Wiggins. According to MaxPreps, the week's events leaves the Bulldogs a...

 

Track competes in Wiggins

In yet another cold and windy spring day in Colorado, the Haxtun track team weathered the cold in wind for the 2022 Wiggins Invitational on Friday, April 1. Top 10 results from the Wiggins meet are as...

 

Wildcats take double header over Warriors

A pair of league wins last Saturday over Weldon Valley leaves the Fleming Wildcats at 2-0 in the league and 2-3 overall. The Wildcats hosted the Warriors for a double header marking their only...

 

Lady Wildcats make top-10 showings in several events at Wiggins on Friday

The Fleming track team traveled to Wiggins for the Wiggins Invitational last week. The Lady Wildcat team took top places in several of the day’s events. Top-10 placers from the Friday, April 1, Wiggins Invitational Track Meet are as follows: Girls...

 

Elda Lousberg

Elda Marie Rizzolo Lousberg passed away on March 26, 2022 in Sterling at the age of 90. Elda was born on April 26, 1931 to Tiberio and Angelina Rizzolo on a farm in Sterling. She was the third of...

 
 By Marsha Cody    Opinion    April 6, 2022

Cody's Corner

April is here, which means it is almost time for our annual summative assessments (i.e., SAT, PSAT, CMAS). Summative assessments are used to make systems-level decisions about curriculum and...

 

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