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Articles from the September 22, 2021 edition

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HHS crowns homecoming royalty

HAXTUN HIGH SCHOOL Homecoming King Isaac Andersen and Queen K'lyn Bornhoft were crowned during homecoming festivities Saturday at Adam Wernsman Field. The two were given top royalty honors by a vote...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    September 22, 2021

Chandler's opens for business in downtown Haxtun

Haxtun's new restaurant is open and serving customers. Chandler's Backyard Bar and Grill opened at the corner of Colorado Avenue and Fletcher Street earlier this month and is aiming to serve the...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    September 22, 2021

PC Commissioners continue distribution of COVID relief funds

The Phillips County Commissioners continue to disburse CVRF funds through grants to business owners in Phillips County. Throughout the month of August, the Commissioners distributed $123,529 to local businesses affected by COVID shutdowns over the...

 

911 Board submits request to increase surcharge 55¢

The Phillips County 911 Authority Board submitted a request to the Public Utilities Commission to raise the monthly surcharge on phone lines to $2.30 per month. If the change is approved, it would not take effect until Feb. 1, 2022. The current...

 

Under the Wire

Fall is finally here. I believe I like fall better than any other time of the year. Cooler days, fall colors and weeds quit growing. It is hard to find much wrong with fall except for one thing. Flies...

 

Fearless Faith

Some things are never meant to last. The bountiful summer produce we enjoy is the perfect example. Sweet corn, cantaloupe, summer squash, and rhubarb are rivaled only by the free-wheeling joy ride...

 

Trooper Tips

I guess it’s that time of year to make sure everyone is ready for the impending snow season. This is mostly a list of making sure you haven’t taken anything out of your vehicles that you may need when you are traveling this winter. Let’s go ove...

 

Colorado Preps Weekly

Area teams were treated to a couple tastes of fall last week, and the cooler temperatures did little to slow them down. In a week dotted with top match-ups, several athletes turned in stellar...

 

Times Past

85 Years Ago Oct. 7, 1936 According to W.J. Henderson, Extension plant pathologist, Phillips County farmers are losing a great deal more in producing smutted wheat than the cost of seed treatment....

 

Lady Bulldogs sweep Wiggins Lady Tigers

The intensity level was at a 10 in Haxtun's gymnasium last Tuesday as the Haxtun Lady Bulldogs cruised to a three-set victory over the Wiggins Lady Tigers. A victory over the defending 2A State...

 

Bulldogs stand undefeated after shut out

Chalk up another gridiron win for the Haxtun Bulldogs. A 50-0 shutout of the Caliche Buffs leaves the Haxtun football team with a perfect 4-0 record midway through the 2021 season with just five games...

 

Wildcats dish out third shut out in 4th week

The Fleming Wildcats returned to their regularly scheduled 6-man action last week with a contest on the road at Pawnee. The Wildcats met up with the Haxtun Bulldogs for an 8-man contest the week...

 

Lady Wildcats add two sweeps to winning record

Fleming's Lady Wildcats added two sweeps to their prior 7-1 season record last week. The local ladies traveled to Caliche on Tuesday, Sept. 14 where they took a quick win over the Lady Buffaloes and...

 

Oliver competes in HS rodeo

ADDISON OLIVER, Haxtun High School freshman, is a part of the Pan Handle High School rodeo team in Nebraska. Last weekend she competed in Callahan, Neb. and North Platte, Neb., earning a spot at...

 

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