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Articles from the April 15, 2020 edition

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 By Candie Fix    News    April 15, 2020

Chamber announces 99th Corn Festival details

Five months and counting until the 99th annual Haxtun Corn Festival slated for Saturday, Sept. 26 in downtown Haxtun. This year's event will honor Grand Marshal Carol Scheel, a life-long Haxtun...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    April 15, 2020

Haxtun Town Council holds socially-distanced Monday, April 6 meeting

Spread throughout the large room of the Haxtun Community Center to practice social distancing, members of the Haxtun Town Council voted to approve a resolution to continue a previous emergency declaration of local disaster declared by Mayor Todd...

 

Shining Stars and food service awards recognized for 2019

The Northeast Colorado Health Department is recognizing community members and facilities across northeast Colorado for their dedication to public health and excellence in food safety with our annual Public Health Awards. This year, because of social...

 

Phillips County Commissioners' meetings to be broadcast via Zoom

Due to the Governor’s and President’s directive to practice social distancing, the County Commissioners’ meetings will be held in the Biesemeier Room at the Event Center until further notice. Also, due to these restrictions, the public will...

 

Crop advisor info available

Many professions require a license to practice including medicine, engineering and accounting along with others. Agronomists are no different except that their licensing is voluntary. The Certified Crop Advisor program is a professional agricultural...

 

Haxtun PD makes arrest

On April 7, the Haxtun Police Department, with the assistance of the Phillips County Sheriff's Office, arrested Nathan Glanz, 37, Yuma, after he agreed to meet an underage 14-year-old female with...

 

Early morning Easter crash

HAXTUN VOLUNTEER FIREMEN responded to an early morning vehicle crash on Easter Sunday, April 12. The accident happened on Highway 6, two miles west of Haxtun. The occupants of the vehicle were gone...

 
 By Ken Frantz    Opinion    April 15, 2020

Fearless Faith

The liturgical year for Christians is filled with events that orient, providing opportunities for worship, study, dynamic challenges and personal growth. The liturgical cycle guides us in our...

 
 By Gary Hodgson    Opinion    April 15, 2020

Under the Wire

A lot of wonderful things have come about as a result of these “Under The Wire” columns. Our electricity doesn’t get shut off as often and best of all, we have made a lot of new friends....

 

Extension Spotlight

For most home lawn grasses mowing at a height of two to three and a half inches is best, according to Colorado State University Turf Specialist Tony Koski. If you have a different grass such as Bermuda or Zoysiagrass then mow to a height of...

 

Strokes from Other Pens

Unprecedented is a word being used a lot lately. We can’t think of one faction of our community that hasn’t been affected by this pandemic. Potentially, the group most devastated are our local businesses. Since the Stay at Home order issued by...

 

85 years ago - April 10, 1935

85 years ago - April 10, 1935 The Haxtun Harvest The most destructive fire in several years occurred at Haxtun early Tuesday morning, completely destroying the Motor Haven Garage and Farmers'...

 

Donna Rafert

Donna Rafert passed away on Feb. 19, 2020 at the age of 91. Donna was the first child born to Edward and Luella Gansemer Sack at the family farm near Paoli on Aug. 3, 1928; later came sister Betty...

 

Merl Stryker

Merl Stryker passed away on Tuesday, March 31, 2020 at his home in Nunn at the age of 70. He was born July 27, 1949 in Denver to Ernie Roy and Leona Mable (Shrider) Stryker. He married Pamela J....

 

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