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Articles from the April 8, 2020 edition

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A new way of learning

EDWARDS boys Knox, Otis and Wade sit at the family computer and take part in circle time with Preschool Teacher Paige Thompson via Facebook. Due to Governor Polis's orders, in-school learning has...

 By Candie Fix    News    April 8, 2020

Local relief effort designed to "Help Haxtun"

When events happen that affect rural communities, volunteers never hesitate to step up and help those in need. The recent COVID-19 pandemic that has hit locally as well as at the State and National level is no different and a group of Haxtun...

 By Julia Biesemeier    News    April 8, 2020

HHD continues to provide high quality healthcare while protecting patients and staff

Haxtun and Fleming family medicine centers have implemented new changes in order to keep communities safe and healthy while still allowing individuals to get the healthcare they need. Haxtun Hospital...


Pace meets plane for much-needed masks

HAXTUN HOSPITAL District Chief Executive Officer Dewane Pace, center, and Wray Hospital CEO John Hart met a single engine Piper airplane at the airport in Holyoke on Saturday, April 4 to receive a... Full story

 By Candie Fix    News    April 8, 2020

Commissioners declare disaster

The Phillips County Commissioners have declared a local emergency disaster due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Colorado and around the world. The resolution to declare an emergency disaster was approved by all three Commissioners and took effect March...


Hello World

Jonathon and Marquel Vance, Commerce City, announce the birth of their son, Briggsland Dell Vance, on March 30, 2020 at Good Samaritan Hospital in Lafayette. Briggsland weighed seven pounds, 15...

 By Gary Hodgson    Opinion    April 8, 2020

Under the Wire

I must begin today’s “Under The Wire” with a first-ever warning. At the present time, no more than 50 people are allowed to view this column at a time. If several hundred of you are gathered...

 By Ken Frantz    Opinion    April 8, 2020

Fearless Faith

Life was simple growing up in a small rural community. The highlights of carefree youth included explorations of most of the local businesses and their owners, knowing every person in town through a p...

 By Linda Langelo    Opinion    April 8, 2020

Extension Corner

Gardening tips for April Now that COVID-19 has most all of us working remotely from our homes, here are a list of tips to help you get outside and enjoy the garden. Most of your perennials are putting on new growth. The first ones putting on new... Full story


85 years ago - April 3, 1935

85 years ago - April 3, 1935 The Haxtun Harvest Further assurances that Phillips County will have a new courthouse was given this week when the application for a $23,000 PWA grant was approved in Wash...


Otto Eugene Lueking

Otto Eugene Lueking, better known as Junior, passed away on March 30, 2020 at the Sloan's Lake Rehabilitation/Hospice in Denver. Junior was born on July 21, 1940 to Otto C. and Lorene (Welp) Lueking....


Taxpayer filing requirements extended

On April 2, Governor Jared Polis signed Executive Order D 2020 22 that extended the responsibility to file certain documents and information typically due to county assessors April 15. This does not affect payment dates, or forgive the necessity to...

 By Jenna H. Keller    News    April 8, 2020

Jenna H. Keller offers tips on how to get your affairs in order

With COVID-19 bearing down on our daily lives, the inevitable question that arises is: Are my affairs in order? This question is frequently followed by: What do I need to do to get my affairs in order? The documents you may need to resolve these conc...


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