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Articles from the September 14, 2022 edition

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Corn Festival & Fran Gilliland turn 101

For all of Fran Gilliland's 101 years, she's lived in a small town. Fran was born in rural northeast Nebraska and later moved with her husband, Keith, and then two high school aged daughters to...

 

Splash Into Fall

JACK WILLIAMSON is laser focused on the egg as he backs up to make a catch in the egg toss in Saturday's kids games at the annual Fleming Fall Festival. For more pictures from the day, see inside...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    September 14, 2022

Ensminger to shift positions around Haxtun Town Council table

In two months, Haxtun will have a new mayor. With elections nearing, the Haxtun Town of Haxtun opened up nomination packets for the mayor position as well as seats on the Haxtun Town Council. One packet was submitted for mayor as well as three of...

 

Under the Wire

Some things in this world don’t require much explanation for them to make sense to just about anyone. On the other side of the coin, there are certain situations that are difficult to explain to...

 

Fearless Faith

Eighty-seven cents of taillight bulb, six dollars of waiting. Anyone who frequents auto parts counters knows that that is part of the price for a truly remarkable capitalist system in which one can...

 

Extension Spotlight

The time to begin preconditioning calves is here. The fall sale run will begin in a few short weeks. Still many producers do not prepare their cattle for sale time or at least do not prepare early enough. At our recent Pasture to Profit program in...

 

Times Past

85 Years Ago Sept. 15, 1937 A pretty church wedding Sunday, Sept. 12, at high noon united Miss Dorothy Heldt and Mr. Walter Hovel. The ceremony was performed at the Emmanuel Church with Rev. Jos....

 
 By Candie Fix    Local    September 14, 2022

HPD re-registers offender

Haxtun Police Chief Nate Nadow reported the re-registration of sex offender James Leonard within Haxtun’s city limits last week. Leonard, age 35, is registered at an address in the 200 block of North Wallace Avenue. According to Nadow, Leonard...

 

Club News

The Paoli Hustlers 4-H Club met on Sunday, Sept. 11 at the Haxtun Community Center for the first meeting of the year. President Braden Plumb opened the meeting at 5 p.m. Present were Advisors Kindra Plumb and Lyanne Santistevan along with members...

 

Haxtun advances to 2-0; set to see Mancos on Saturday in Fairplay

The Haxtun Bulldogs remain unbeaten and on top of 8-man leaderboards following a commanding 54-8 win over Holly on the road Friday night. The Bulldogs advance to 2-0 with the win of Holly and remain...

 

Lady Bulldogs battle on the road with Prairie Lady Mustangs; fall short in 5 sets

Despite a tough five-set battle on the hardwood in Prairie last week, the Haxtun Bulldogs suffered a loss to the Lady Mustangs leaving the team 4-5 overall as they head into another week of volleyball...

 

Lady Wildcats take wins over Akron & Weldon Valley; stand at 7-2

Last week's action on the volleyball court brought sweeps number four and five for the Fleming Lady Wildcats who now stand at 7-2 on the season. Fleming opened with a sweep over Akron on Tuesday, Sept...

 

Fleming moves to 3-0 following forfeit

FLEMING WILDCAT senior Blake Feather watches for blocks as he carries the ball up the field in Fleming's most recent outing against Idalia. The Wildcats moved to 3-0 on the year following a forfeit...

 

Eileen Moss

On the evening of Aug. 27, 2022, Eileen Moss, 81, of Holyoke, at her residence passed away peacefully surrounded by family in the arms of Jesus. She was born on March 19, 1941 at home north of... Full story

 

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