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Articles from the July 6, 2022 edition

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Home moved across town

WHAT WAS once a two-bedroom home along North Walker Avenue in Haxtun is now on top of a new basement at 232 West Grant Street. Brandon Biesemeier and family had the home moved from near the Haxtun...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    July 6, 2022

Fleming BOE holds regular and special meetings

Two meetings in seven days and the Frenchman Board of Education tackled a number of agenda items in preparation for the coming school year. Board members in Fleming acted on a wide-range of action items including the purchase of a new utility car,...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    July 6, 2022

Rebecca Ensminger takes oath of office

Haxtun Health Board of Directors swore in one new member and held board officer elections during a regular, Monday night meeting in late June. Last month, Jeri Soens and Jeff Firme were sworn into office following election season this spring. A...

 

Oliver competes in State rodeo events

ADDISON OLIVER recently competed in the Nebraska State Rodeo finals. She entered the Nebraska State High School finals as one of only 28 freshmen out of more than 150 high school competitors. Oliver...

 
 By Jaci Wagner    Local    July 6, 2022

Preparing healthy farm meals while practicing food safety

With planting season in full swing and harvest around the corner, it is time to think of tractor lunch box ideas or meals for field delivery. The long days and typical farming complications can sometimes cause hard working farmers and their helpers t...

 
 By Gary Hodgson    Opinion    July 6, 2022

Under the Wire

Anyone who has ever hauled a horse to a rodeo, team penning, barrel race, cutting or horse show, has had this happen. You’ve been tuning and grooming on old Bay for days, maybe weeks, even months....

 
 By Ken Frantz    Opinion    July 6, 2022

Fearless Faith

Time flies when you’re having fun, or at least when you’re a National Weather Service reporting station. For the past couple of decades, the daily routine has included recording highs and lows of...

 
 By Linda Langelo    Opinion    July 6, 2022

Extension Spotlight

High and dry gardens are needed now more than ever. What are they? A high and dry garden demonstrates which plants can survive on natural precipitation. There is a high and dry garden located in the northeast corner of the Washington County...

 
 By Mark Hillman    Opinion    July 6, 2022

Capital Review

Equality of all citizens is a uniquely American concept. Historian G.K. Chesterton said, “America is the only nation in the world that was founded on a creed.” That creed comes from the Declaration of Independence: We hold these truths to be self...

 

Times Past

85 Years Ago July 7, 1037 Martin Bryant, a resident of the Haxtun community for nearly 30 years, passed away last Saturday night (July 3, 1937) at the farmhouse where he was farming southwest of...

 

Blood drive scheduled for July 12 at Haxtun Schools

The community is invited to roll up a sleeve and answer the call for patients in need by donating blood on Tuesday, July 12 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the school. Blood donors are lifesaving heroes. At this special blood drive, they also have the...

 

Doug Post

Douglas Lynn Post went home to be with Jesus on June 26, 2022 at the age of 54. He was born on Dec. 11, 1967 to Leslie and Alice (Kummer) Post. Doug graduated from Wray High School with the Class of...

 

Death Notice

Edna (Sewell) Koellner passed away on Sunday, July 3, 2022. She was born on July 6, 1923. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, July 9 at 11 a.m. at Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church at 1200 South Taft Hill Road in Fort C...

 

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