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Articles from the August 19, 2020 edition

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Residents play Friday afternoon games

KEN SALYARDS and Mark Evanson along with other residents and staff members at the Haxtun Hospital District Extended Care Unit played Minute To Win It Games on Friday, Aug. 14. Games included cookie...

 By Candie Fix    News    August 19, 2020

Exempt County employees offered comp time

Phillips County Commissioners voted and approved a motion during the month of July that will allow exempt employees the ability to earn comp time. The announcement came at the usual press briefing held at the end of the month. The County also acted...

 By Candie Fix    Sports    August 19, 2020

CHSAA adjusts sports schedules

Normally this time of year includes two-a-day practices on the football field and an early tournament on the volleyball schedule to get back into the swing of things with fall sports and the start of school; but this year is different. Changes...


Fleming TC seeks community input on Farmers' Market endeavor

The Fleming Town Council met for their regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 11 at the Fleming Community Center. The meeting was called to order by Mayor, Susan Einspahr at 6:50 p.m. The following council members were present: Stefan Betley,...


County abandons Protect Our Neighbors status to remain with Stay at Home level

Phillips County is no longer awaiting word on gaining Protect Our Neighbors certification with regard to COVID-19-related executive orders from Governor Jared Polis. Too many strings were attached to the Governor’s Aug. 7 executive order, which...

 By Candie Fix    News    August 19, 2020

Haxtun CTE programs awarded $81,000 grant

The three career and technical education programs at Haxtun High School were recently awarded grant funds in the amount of $81,057. CTE is the practice of teaching specific career skills to high school students through programs such as FFA, Future...


Extension Spotlight

Personal safety guidelines that were put into place during COVID-19 have been successful in many regards. The number of new cases within our State is steadily declining and becoming much more...


Under the Wire

It is not popular to be my relative. Actually, being my friend isn’t too popular either. Truth be known, my wife and kids could be added to the list, also. In my own defense may I say I am not a...

 By Ken Frantz    Opinion    August 19, 2020

Fearless Faith

The myth of the super parent or super family is alive and well these days. How do you handle the stress of change? Don’t believe everything you hear or see, particularly online. The perfect happy...


85 years ago - Aug. 21, 1935

85 years ago Aug. 21, 1935 The Haxtun Harvest One of the prettiest weddings of the season was solemnized Thursday afternoon at three o'clock in the Methodist Church at Haxtun when Miss Hazel Miller...


Eldon Reutter

Eldon Reutter died Monday, July 27, 2020 at Columbine West in Fort Collins at the age of 97. Eldon, the son of Harry and Mary Reutter, was born Dec. 27, 1922 in Crab Orchard, Neb. Eldon attended a... Full story


Robert Sauder

Robert “Bob” Allen Sauder, Haxtun, passed away on Aug. 10, 2020 in Sedgwick County at the age of 59. Bob was born on Nov. 7, 1960 to Bill and Nancy Sauder in Julesburg. He attended elementary school at Sedgwick Grade School and graduated from... Full story


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