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Articles from the September 29, 2021 edition

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Anderson breaks run record at 100th Corn Festival

BRADEN Anderson crosses the finish line of the J. Jeffryes Memorial 5K with a time of 17:44. Anderson, the fastest in this year's race, set a new record with his time....

 
 By Candie Fix    News    September 29, 2021

Students earn impressive NWEA scores

Fall student test scores, a new student services program and a bid for electric work for the new bus barn all topped action items in a recent Frenchman Board of Education meeting in September. Principal Kortney Firme reported on NWEA test scores...

 

Haxtun Health vaccination boosters now available

Following the CDC’s approval of the Pfizer booster, Haxtun Health has received approval from Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment to begin administering booster vaccines for Pfizer recipients. Haxtun Health will be holding a Pfizer...

 

Growers enter crops in annual Corn Festival crop & garden show

The reason for celebrating the season; the annual Crop and Garden Show drew a large amount of entrants in the 100th annual Corn Festival competition. Scott Thompson was named Irrigated Corn King and Starkebaum Farms received Dryland Corn King....

 

Street Game winners announced after festival

Egg toss, shoe kick, three-legged race — Corn Festival goers of all ages gathered downtown Haxtun for the popular street games. The 100th annual celebration was one for the books. Results from 2021 street games are as follows: Shoe kick Girls,...

 

Under the Wire

Road signs. There must be millions of them. No matter whether a simple county road, state highway or Interstate, the roads are lined with them. Their purpose, of course, is to give directions, speed...

 

Fearless Faith

This week has been a great week celestially speaking. Not long after sunset, Jupiter, Saturn and Venus extend in a straight line from one another in the darkening sky, Jupiter toward the east and...

 

Colorado Preps Weekly

As summer made another effort to hold on, the action across the region became even hotter last week. Top teams continued to pull away from the pack, and a few individuals turned in record performances...

 

Strokes from other Pens

Dear HCCC families, community members and friends, The Haxtun Community Childcare Center Board of Directors and our staff have been faced with numerous challenges over the last several weeks. We felt as a Board, that we needed to address our...

 

Times Past

85 Years Ago Oct. 14, 1936 David Templeton, prominent citizen of Haxtun and pioneer rancher in this territory, passed away early Sunday morning (Oct. 11, 1936) at the age of 90 years. A granary...

 

Floats take parade honors

The 100th annual Corn Festival parade kicked off with a bang! Mother nature cooperated for a beautiful, sunny morning in downtown Haxtun as the Haxtun American Legion Color Guard marched down main street for the singing of the National Anthem by...

 

Kids earn kiddie parade prizes at Saturday's event

Bikes and trikes decorated in all sorts of themes, mostly to the theme of the 100th annual Corn Festival, “Cheers to 100 Years,” kicked off the parade in downtown Haxtun on Saturday. Results from the Kiddie Parade are as follows: Miscellaneous:...

 

Runners take top spots in annual J. Jeffryes 5K

More than 120 runners and walkers turned out for the annual J. Jeffryes Memorial 5K run and one mile walk on the morning of the 100th annual Corn Festival on Saturday, Sept. 25. Results from the 5K run are as follows: Overall male: Braden Anderson,...

 

Flower show entrants earn recognition

The Violet Mae Anderson Memorial Flower Show is a continued hit as many enter flower and arrangements into the 100th annual Corn Festival event. Results are as follows: Adult Dahlia: Betty Uber, first, Linda Heater, second, Kya Thacker, third. Rose:...

 

Quilt show results released

The High Plains Heritage Quilters hosted the group's annual quilt show in conjunction with Haxtun's 100th Corn Festival on Saturday, Sept. 25. Results from the show are as follows: 2021 Raffle Quilt...

 

Lady Bulldogs notch win over Wray-on a 10-game winning streak

The Haxtun Lady Bulldogs added another notch to the win column in their lone contest last week. A three-set sweep over the Lady Eagles in Wray leaves the Lady Bulldog 10-2 overall and 4-0 in league pl...

 

Haxtun picks up win over DS; improves undefeated record to 5-0

They're on a roll - the Haxtun Bulldogs secured a Plains League win over Dayspring Christian on the road last week to improve to 5-0. The Bulldogs remain the only Plains League team to be unbeaten so...

 

Fleming's Lady Wildcats move to 10-1 with 30-5 set record

Nearly halfway through their regularly scheduled season, the Fleming Lady Wildcats tacked on another sweep to their overall record this year. Their most recent sweep over Lone Star puts them at 10-1 o...

 

Wildcats trample North Park; advance to 3-0 league record

With five games remaining on their regular season schedule, the Fleming Wildcats added league win number three with a trampling at North Park on Saturday, Sept. 25. They've maintained a perfect...

 

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