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Articles from the October 5, 2022 edition

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Homecoming Hopefuls

FLEMING WILDCAT seniors who have been selected as King and Queen candidates for Homecoming 2022 are pictured (l-r), Nolan Japp, Kally Kirkwood, Kolten Houser, Maddy Harms, Blake Feather and Lexi...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    October 5, 2022

Haxtun Health's infrastructure upgades complete

The infrastructure project at Haxtun Health is wrapping up and administration and board members are prepping to continue strategic planning in the coming weeks. Chief Executive Officer Dewane Pace said with the installation of the new roof, the...

 

PFC's Ryan Lebsack earns Accredited Rural Appraiser Designation

Local Agricultural Lender Premier Farm Credit announced that Appraiser, Ryan Lebsack has been awarded the Accredited Rural Appraiser designation. Lebsack earned the ARA designation by meeting...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    October 5, 2022

HPD back to full force with addition of Officer Darrell Smith

The Haxtun Police Department is back to full force with the addition of third officer Darrell Smith. Smith started is position with the local department in mid-September and was officially sworn into...

 

Lawrence Huss

Lawrence "Larry" Huss passed away Tuesday, September 27, 2022 in Brush at the age of 78. Larry was born May 12, 1944 in Sterling to Jacob and Henrietta (Hoozee) Huss. He attended school in Crook from...

 

Under the Wire

I have lost track of how many columns I’ve written about my dislike of computers. Well, here is one more. Everywhere I turn there is a story about A.I. No, not the kind of AI we livestock people...

 
 By Ken Frantz    Opinion    October 5, 2022

Fearless Faith

A sure sign when someone adamantly disagrees with another person is to hear them acknowledge that one or both of the parties are on different wavelengths, not on the same page but in another place...

 

Extension Spotlight

Ips pini, or the Engraver Beetles are insects that develop in pines and spruces. Ips are everywhere in the United States. They are attracted to pines and spruces under stress from drought, root injury, disease or defoliation. These insects are not...

 

Times Past

85 Years Ago Oct. 6, 1937 Breakfast with friends in San Francisco, Calif., this morning, dinner at Denver at noon with his mother, Mrs. J.W. Kinzie, and supper in Haxtun this evening with Dr. and...

 
 By LaVonne Hart    News    October 5, 2022

HHS Alumni reunite during Corn Festival weekend

The annual meeting of the Haxtun High School Alumni Association was held in the high school gym on Saturday, Sept. 24. There were approximately 40 members, spouses and friends in attendance at the...

 
 By Candie Fix    Sports    October 5, 2022

Win over Akron leaves Bulldogs on top in League and State standings

Week one of league action and the Haxtun Bulldogs emerge victorious from a Friday night contest with the Akron Rams to remain on top in the Lower Platte League and in State standings. Haxtun picked up a 48-14 win against the Rams to improve to 5-0 an...

 
 By Candie Fix    Sports    October 5, 2022

Lady Bulldogs take two home-court wins

The Haxtun Lady Bulldogs improved to 9-8 with two home-court wins last week. The local volleyball team picked up wins over Yuma and Akron in front of their fans at Haxtun High School to pick up a winn...

 

Wildcats take league road win over Peetz; move to 4-1

The Fleming Wildcats came back in full force last weekend with a league win over the Peetz Bulldogs. After game forfeits and cancellations followed by an 8-man loss to Haxtun, the Wildcats returned...

 

Lady Wildcats move up to number 3 spot

The Fleming Lady Wildcats have moved up in Colorado High School Activities Association rankings to the number three spot. Last week the squad dropped to the fourth slot, but a win over Peetz last week gave them an edge over Dove Creek who dropped to...

 

Lady Wildcats host youth for camp

THE FLEMING Lady Wildcat high school volleyball team hosted nearly 30 area youth for a month-long skills camp throughout September. Campers gathered every Monday and Wednesday throughout the month,...

 

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