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Articles from the September 30, 2020 edition

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Never too old for street games

GRAND MARSHAL Carol Scheel has both hands up for her catch from granddaughter Carisa Bamford in the egg toss Saturday afternoon at the 99th annual Haxtun Corn Festival. Scheel has attended all but...

 

Steve Bahnsen retires after 28 years as Paoli Co-op general manager

Steve Bahnsen's last day as General Manager of Paoli Co-op, a post he has held for the last 28 years, will be Oct. 2, after which he will retire. He started his career in Brandon, Neb., in the fall...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    September 30, 2020

Frenchman BOE accepts resignations from Hawthorne and Clark

The Frenchman Board of Education accepted several resignations as well as approved a purchase for new technology equipment during a Sept. 15 meeting in Fleming. The hour and a half meeting also included action items for extra duty assignments and...

 

NCHD launches new informational COVID-19 dashboard

The Northeast Colorado Health Department recently rolled out a new COVID-19 dashboard. This new dashboard has been in the works for several months. The COVID-19 dashboard has been developed by an internal team at NCHD, consisting of a data analyst,...

 

Reigning street game winners released following annual festival

The ever-popular street games drew children and adults to downtown Haxtun Saturday afternoon for the shoe kick, foot race, three-legged race and of course, the egg toss. Results from Corn Festival str...

 

Local growers earn Corn Festival crop show honors

The annual Crop and Garden show drew many entries during the 99th Haxtun Corn Festival over the weekend. Results from the show are as follows: Irrigated Corn King: Scott Thompson. Dryland Corn King: Harms Sunny Acres. Okra: Teri Gilbertson, first....

 

Florists enter annual show

The Violet Mae Anderson flower show is a continued hit as many enter flower and arrangements into the 99th annual Corn Festival event. Results are as follows: Adult Marigolds: Caroline McLaughlin, first, Lennette Hutt, second, Teri Gilbertson,...

 

Parade entrants earn awards

The 99th annual Corn Festival parade drew crowds to downtown Haxtun Saturday morning. Results from the kiddie parade and parade are as follows: Kiddie parade Miscellaneous: Zakiyah and Treyzin Crose,...

 

Anderson sets new 5K record

The J. Jeffryes Memorial run/walk drew a record setting number of participants Saturday morning at the Haxtun Corn Festival with a total of 173 runners and walkers. Braden Anderson also set a new record in the 5K event. One mile Overall female:...

 

Quilters hold 36th quilt show

The 2020 Corn Festival quilt show featured 33 finished quilts, 12 unfinished quilt projects and nine quilts for display only. The displayed quilts were from two different charity groups. The first one was Haxtun Sew Giving, which is a group of... Full story

 

Fearless Faith

Participation in the broader church’s judicatory is an eye opener for many people who are thrust into it for the first time. It is even crazy-making for those who have been immersed in it for some...

 

Under the Wire

You know what I mean? The best explanation I’ve ever heard regarding the relationship of a man to his horse is, “The outside of a horse is good for the inside of a man.” In the spirit of being...

 

Extension Spotlight

The biggest hurdle to implementing innovation is people stuck in their ways. Scientific research finds improvements using methodical efforts to test the validity of potential changes. For these improvements to be effective, people who practice in the...

 

Times Past

85 years ago Oct. 2, 1935 The Haxtun Harvest Miss Luella Pope and Bernhard Burmester, both of this city, were married Sunday afternoon at two thirty o'clock. The Rev. Jos Hannewald officiated at the...

 

2020 Little Mr. and Miss Corn Festival

2020 Little Mr. and Miss Corn Festival crowned on stage are Farina Anderson and Jakson Yockey....

 

HHS 2020 Homecoming King & Queen

HAXTUN High School 2020 Homecoming King and Queen Ryan Tempel and Katie Swan....

 

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