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Articles from the June 9, 2021 edition

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Preschoolers register for library cards

FLEMING PRESCHOOLERS registered and received their new library cards at the conclusion of the school year in late May. Preschoolers in the afternoon class are pictured with their cards, front row...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    June 9, 2021

Haxtun Health and EPHC continue to monitor rapidly changing situation with HB 20-1349

House Bill 20-1349, also known as The Colorado Option, has passed the House of Representatives and is now in the Senate. Haxtun Hospital Chief Executive Officer Dewane Pace updated members of the Board of Directors on the house bill during a meeting...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    June 9, 2021

Pool committee plans fundraisers

The Haxtun Swimming Pool project marches on; to date the committee tasked with raising funds to construct a new swimming pool in Haxtun reports a total of $358,000 so far. “The committee is encouraged by donation progress over the past six...

 
 By Mishelle Baun    Local    June 9, 2021

NJC Foundation partners with Eastern Colo. Community Fund

The Eastern Colorado Community Fund and Northeastern Junior College Foundation recently announced a new partnership. “Northeastern Junior College Foundation is extremely pleased to have entered into an agreement with the Eastern Colorado Community...

 

New signs go up

JUST SEVERAL WEEKS shy of the one year anniversary of a severe June thunderstorm that caused mass destruction throughout town, new welcome signs went up on the east and west ends of Haxtun. The early...

 
 By Marianne Goodland    News    June 9, 2021

Indian mascot bill passes House & Senate; heads to Polis' desk

This is the final week of the 2021 legislative session; by law, legislatures must adjourn by Saturday, June 12, although they are not expected to go much beyond Wednesday, June 9. It’s been a busy week, with more than 200 bills still awaiting...

 

Graduates receive scholarships

ANA RESENDIZ, left, and Jordan Alvarez, at right, received the Fleming Library Association Scholarships this year. The two are 2021 graduates of Fleming High School. Resendiz has been a library...

 
 By Gary Hodgson    Opinion    June 9, 2021

Under the Wire

Today’s column is written for male readers only. Sorry ladies. Today you’ll just have to flip the pages to the classifieds or somewhere else. The subject matter I intend to deal with in the next...

 
 By Ken Frantz    Opinion    June 9, 2021

Fearless Faith

Seemingly overnight our irises are back in full force after being shredded a year ago by storms. It’s a reminder of the resilience of nature and God’s divine touch on creation. It’s not only...

 
 By Kerry Sherman    Opinion    June 9, 2021

Colorado Preps Weekly

Less than three weeks remain in the 2020-2021 athletic year and the champions of Season D will start being crowned this weekend. Girls tennis leads the parade, as the State tournament gets underway...

 
 By Todd Ballard    Opinion    June 9, 2021

Extension Spotlight

Our area received above average rainfall in May which changed a once parched wheat crop into one with great potential. According to the Colorado Mesonet, May rainfall in our area ranged from 2.2 inches at the Burlington south weather station to 4.4...

 
 By Lynn Seger    Opinion    June 9, 2021

Strokes from Other Pens

Letter to the Editor, My letter addresses several different angles about Memorial Day. I was a little disappointed that there wasn’t a service for the day this year. But this statement comes with some reservations. Our local Veterans have provided...

 

Times Past

85 Years Ago June 10, 1936 A course in vocational agriculture will be available to students in the Haxtun High School this coming year, according to J.A. Grant, principal. C.W. Scofield, who has been...

 
 By Candie Fix    Sports    June 9, 2021

Bulldogs pick up two to close season; enter Districts as 3rd seed

And that's a wrap on the regular season. The Haxtun Bulldog baseball team finished the final week of regular play on a high note with wins over Briggsdale and Prairie last week. The Bulldogs earned...

 

Bulldog track team competes at Kiowa

Bulldog tracksters took the road to Kiowa on Saturday, June 5 for the lone meet of the week. Top-10 results from the Kiowa Klassic contest are as follows: Girls 100-meter-dash: Allie Thompson, sixth,...

 

Fleming track travels to Kersey

The Fleming Wildcat track team competed in the Platte Valley Meet #2 at Kersey on June 4. Top-10 placers from the meet are as follows: Girls 800-meter run: Madi Serrato, sixth place, 2:49.93. 1,600-meter run: Serrato, fourth, 6:25.22. Boys Long...

 

Haxtun Red T-Ball

HAXTUN RED T-Ball team members are pictured front row (l-r), Leyton Sparks, Kyla Wilson, Tanner Wilson and Otis Edwards; back row (l-r), Coach Joey Gerk, Camden Kelley, Maddy Deering, Tyson Bazan,...

 

Haxtun Grey T-Ball

HAXTUN GREY T-Ball team members are pictured front row (l-r), Victoria Clark, Tylee Gorman, Kelbin Boerner, Lio Ayala and Reese Biesemeier; back row (l-r), Coach Joey Gerk, Jakson Yockey, Emerson...

 

Haxtun Machine Pitch Red

HAXTUN MACHINE Pitch red team members are pictured front row (l-r), Rylie Ham, Cail Wilson, Allison Plumb and Emerson Frank; back row (l-r), Coach Joey Gerk, Knox Edwards, Stellan Seger, Jemi...

 

Haxtun Machine Pitch Grey

HAXTUN MACHINE Pitch grey team members are pictured front row (l-r), Vivian Crossland, Evan Mull, Max Feik, Tripp Biesemeier and Nikolas Kleve; back row (l-r), Coach Joey Gerk, Remington McClanahan,...

 

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