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Articles from the July 14, 2021 edition

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Reaping in remembrance

AS THE SUN came up over the horizon Sunday morning something special was happening in a wheat field south of Haxtun. It's said that angels come in disguise and for the family of John Everitt, those...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    July 14, 2021

Salyards' to lead "Raisin' the Steaks" parade

By Candie Fix [email protected] The Phillips County Fairgrounds have seen many changes over the years; especially over the last decade. While the differences are notable, what some may not know is...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    July 14, 2021

Old-Fashioned fun slated for Saturday night in downtown Haxtun

It’s July and that means Haxtun’s Old-Fashioned Saturday Night is just round the corner. The 34th annual event is slated for Saturday, July 17 in downtown Haxtun and promises the popular car show as well as town-wide garage sales, a poker run,...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    July 14, 2021

Frenchman Board of Education begins preparations for next year

With just two months left of summer break, the Frenchman Board of Education is preparing for the start of the 2021-22 school year in Fleming. Board members gathered in the school/community library for a June 22 meeting to adopt the upcoming budget...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    July 14, 2021

Phillips County Commissioners pass resolutions at most recent meeting

Redistricting lines within the State of Colorado and the development of the 30x30 program are both topics of resolutions passed by the Phillips County Commissioners recently. In one resolution, the commissioners encourage the State to represent...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    July 14, 2021

Pace reports better than anticipated result to Colorado Option bill

The Colorado Option bill has been a topic of discussion at several Haxtun Health Board of Directors meetings over the past few months. At a meeting held in late June, Chief Executive Officer Dewane Pace told board members the bill was signed into...

 
 By Ken Frantz    Opinion    July 14, 2021

Fearless Faith

On a scale of one to 10 Every year, we keep running statistics on the consumption of certain summer foods, in particular, watermelons, cantaloupes, and, believe it or not, rhubarb custard pie. How...

 
 By Mark Hillman    Opinion    July 14, 2021

Capital Review

Legislators targeted Colorado employers for more lawsuits When the Colorado General Assembly adjourned on June 8, small-business owners and job creators breathed a collective sigh of relief. After suffering through COVID-related restrictions and...

 
 By Gary Hodgson    Opinion    July 14, 2021

Under the Wire

Years ago, when men began constructing buildings too tall for the average person to walk the stairs to the top floor, someone invented the elevator. As a small boy, my parents occasionally took my...

 

85 Years Ago July 15, 1936

85 Years Ago July 15, 1936 County treasurer Ray E. Crosby announced to the voters this week that he would be a candidate on the Republican ticket for reelection this fall. Mr.Crosby, who has entered...

 

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