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Articles from the August 4, 2021 edition

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Fires spark south of Haxtun

A VEHICLE IN A field between county roads 9 and 11 south of Haxtun sparked several fires Thursday afternoon, July 29. Above, a water truck refills two fire trucks shortly after the first call to the...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    August 4, 2021

Frenchman BOE preps for Aug. 17 start date

Enrollment numbers, a new bus barn and preparation for the school year slated to begin on Aug. 12 for Fleming staff members topped agenda items for the Frenchman Board of Education in an early morning meeting in late July. The Board of Education...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    August 4, 2021

New admin takes reins; fills open spots at Haxtun

School starts in just two weeks and when Haxtun students return this fall, they will notice changes in administration including Superintendent Marsha Cody and Dustin Seger, new High School/Junior High Principal. The Haxtun Board of Education hired...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    August 4, 2021

Fleming Clinic opens after remodel; additional projects progress

Haxtun Health’s Fleming Clinic is up and running. Over the past few months, the Fleming Clinic underwent a complete remodel and opened to patients on Monday, Aug. 2. Plans are to host a ribbon cutting and open house later this month. Renovations...

 

Author Luann Atkin Koester reads to summer reading participants

Gran Kissed the Blarney Stone, written by Luann Atkin Koester, is a magical, witty tale of a grandmother's transformation and a family's love and acceptance after a trip to Ireland where she kissed...

 
 By Ken Frantz    Opinion    August 4, 2021

Fearless Faith

Summer gardens are in their prime. In our case that means lots of yellows to contrast with the raucous carefree colors of potted petunias and other mainstay annuals that help balance our mature garden...

 
 By Gary Hodgson    Opinion    August 4, 2021

Under the Wire

To be 16 years old at county fair time. Yep, folks, that’s what I’d like to be. I’m happy with my life as it is. I’m really not one to look back and wish I could do things over except at count...

 
 By Gary Cutler    Opinion    August 4, 2021

Trooper Tips

With all of the fires Colorado has had over the past few years we are starting to see a real problem with flash flooding affecting our roadways in burn areas. Recently, I-70 near Glenwood Springs has been shut down multiple times due to mudslides...

 

Strokes from other Pens

Letter to the Editor, Haxtun was my first home in life, provided me with a community I am proud of, a school system that educated and prepared me for receiving a Colorado State University degree, a church home and many friends and memories. I have re...

 

Times Past

85 Years Ago Aug. 5, 1936 Paoli News - Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brahmstadt were Holyoke visitors Saturday evening. Lee Schneider, Leo Butte, and Milton Hill left last week for the mountains, where they...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    August 4, 2021

Offender re-registers with HPD

The Haxtun Police Department re-registered William Riley as a registered sex offender within Haxtun’s city limits last week. Last week, the HPD re-registered William Riley, 34, who lives in the 200 block of East Fletcher Street. Riley is required,...

 

Freemyer family holds reunion

SEVERAL DESCENDANTS of James Pomeroy and Clara Dell (Hill) Freemyer met recently for a family reunion at the Haxtun Park. The Freemyers were a Haxtun pioneer family who farmed south of Haxtun and...

 

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