What can we reason but from what we know? -Alexander Pope

Articles from the June 29, 2023 edition


Sorted by date  Results 1 - 13 of 13

  • Fire department responds to highway crash

    Jun 29, 2023

    THE HAXTUN VOLUNTEER Fire Department along with ambulance personnel responded to a two-vehicle crash at the intersection of highways 6 and 59 early Monday afternoon, June 26. No major injuries were reported....

  • Edwards replaces Edwards on Haxtun BOE

    Candie Fix, Managing Editor|Jun 29, 2023

    A mid-June meeting, while only just over an hour long, packed in a full agenda for the Haxtun Board of Education. Members of the local school board meet on Tuesday, June 20 in the high school board meeting and in doing so, appointed a new board member to fill a seat left vacant by Audree Edwards, opted to move forward with a BEST grant application process, including a bond request at the next regular election, and adopted the 2023-24 budget. The June meeting opened with the appointment of Ross Edwards to the Haxtun Board of Education. Edwards...

  • Kirkwood to coach both HS basketball teams

    Candie Fix, Managing Editor|Jun 29, 2023

    A Tuesday evening, June 15 meeting of the Frenchman Board of Education brought on the discussion of the food service program, approval of the 2023-24 budget and approval of several quotes from area companies to replace boilers and the scoreboard at the football field. As summer break nears the mid-way mark, board members in Fleming are gearing up for the upcoming school year with approval of new staff members and amendments to administration’s contracts. The June meeting opened with a report from Stephanie Monroe regarding the food service p...

  • Fearless Faith

    Ken Frantz|Jun 29, 2023

    More often these days there is the realization of time passing. Measured parameters are increasingly difficult to keep nicely contained. Their march into the future is persistent, relentless in ways that are difficult to quantify. What used to be current events are now historical markers centered around specific occurrences in our lives, some anticipated, others not. Is anyone else surprised at recalling events of over sixty years ago? Our own mortality is called into question when that is...

  • Under the Wire

    Gary Hodgson|Jun 29, 2023

    I am pretty sure the question that is this week’s column title has crossed most folk’s minds. “What have I done that anyone will remember and will it be what I had hoped it would be?” As with most things everyone in the world has thought about or already done, I was among the last to consider this weighty thought. I approached it no less enthusiastically than all before me. The result surprised me. In fact it was a bit disappointing. “Under The Wire” columns have popped out of my mind every...

  • Extension Spotlight

    RF Myer|Jun 29, 2023

    Recent rains have encouraged broadleaf weed growth in growing wheat fields. Kochia, for the most part, is the weed in question although other weeds may also be a factor interfering with this year’s harvest activities. Keep in mind that there are only a small number of pre-harvest aids for controlling weeds in wheat prior to harvest. Also, be aware of pre-harvest intervals before harvesting and feed and grazing intervals following wheat harvest. Pre-harvest interval is the time after a herbicide application is applied before wheat harvest can l...

  • Times Past

    Jun 29, 2023

    13 Years Ago June 29, 1938 Among those from the Haxtun community who attended the field day at the Akron station were Lennie Ahnstedt, Bill Beckman, Dean Schachterle, Irving Schachterle, Laurie Ramsay Rex Edwards, Robert Reynolds, C.W. Scofield, Stanley Dee, Clarence Rhodes, C.C. Ruch, Francis Ahnstedt, Gust Anderson, John Anderson and Carol Lydin. Rev. Mack W. Hicks, new pastor of the church of the Nazarene in Haxtun, delivered his first sermon here last Sunday. He will succeed Rev. L.O....

  • Water towers undergo repairs

    Jun 29, 2023

  • Haxtun Summer Ball

    Jun 29, 2023

    HAXTUN T-BALLERS on the red team are pictured front row (l-r), Oliver Ensminger, Dakota Higgins, Henry Frank, Thomas Clark, Phoenix Bowers and Nolan Frank; back row (l-r), Carson Kelley, Ava Capps, Bentlee Fuller, Tracen Miller, Jaymie Ham and AJ Crossland....

  • Haxtun Summer Ball

    Jun 29, 2023

    HAXTUN T-BALLERS on the grey team are pictured front row (l-r), Oakley McConnell, Ayden Romero, Brayan Heermann, Newt Harris and Titus Stephenson; back row (l-r), Andrew Weers, Sonia Contreras, Tayla McConell, Easton Salyards and Waylyn Harris. Not pictured is John Henry....

  • Haxtun Summer Ball

    Jun 29, 2023

    LITTLE LEAGUE players on the Haxtun team are pictured front row (l-r), Kason Hadeen, Mason Grauberger, Michael Firme, Max Firme and Jace Bamford; back row (l-r), Coach Joey Gerk, Ayden Ayala, Canon Wilson, Barron Starkebaum, Wyatt Mason, Sawyer Bowers, Cooper Bullard, Tyce Hofmeister and Coach Collyn Heinz....

  • Lois Orth

    Jun 29, 2023

    Lois Orth of Haxtun died peacefully in her sleep on Saturday, June 24, 2023. Lois was born to Ralph and Berneice (Smith) Frank of Dailey on May 19, 1940. She lived southeast of Dailey and attended elementary school there along with sisters Charlotte (Bob) Cunningham and Doris (Larry) Barkley, later graduating from Fleming High School with the Class of 1958. Lois married Larry Orth on Jan. 16, 1960 and the young couple proudly made Haxtun their home. There were five children - Lori, Jim, Linda,...

  • Lillian Lindgren

    Jun 29, 2023

    Lillian Irene Lindgren passed away June 16, 2023 at the age of 96 at Melissa Memorial Hospital in Holyoke. Lillian was born on Sept. 6, 1926, to Walter and Esther (Brase) Sagehorn in Amherst. She was a member of St. Patrick Catholic Church in Holyoke. Lillian attended grade school in Holyoke and graduated from Phillips County High School in 1944. After graduating she attended nursing training at St. Joseph's School of Nursing in Denver and St. Mary's in Grand Junction. In 1947, she was united...

Rendered 07/12/2024 01:02