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Articles from the October 7, 2020 edition

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Bergner receives 2020 Friend of 4-H award

GLORIA BERGNER, right, received the 2020 Friend of the 4-H award, presented by Phillips County 4-H Council President and her daughter, Lauren, during the annual achievement program Sunday. Bergner...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    October 7, 2020

Hortons purchase equipment rental business

Red J Welding, Double H Supply and now 5 Star Rentals and Equipment; Ryan and Danyell Horton sealed the deal on their third business venture last week, bringing 5 Star Rentals and Equipment to Haxtun....

 

PC 4-Hers celebrate 2020 with annual achievement program

The first Sunday of October always marks an annual celebration of the current 4-H year's success and this year was no different as Phillips County 4-H members gathered at the Haxtun Community Center...

 

HHS Class of 1955

HAXTUN HIGH School's graduating class of 1955 met for their 65-year reunion on Friday, Sept. 25 at the Paoli Town Hall. Class members in attendance are pictured front row (l-r), Janice Bieber, Darryl...

 

HHS Class of 1970

HAXTUN HIGH SCHOOL'S Class of 1970 gathered for their 50th reunion the last week in September. The group the met over Corn Festival weekend and is pictured front row (l-r), John Secrist, Lynette...

 

HHS Class of 2000

HHS'S graduating Class of 2000 met for their 20-year reunion during Corn Festival activities on Saturday, Sept. 26. Those in attendance include front row (l-r), Jody Sawyer, Naomi Schafer, Crystal...

 
 By Ken Frantz    Opinion    October 7, 2020

Fearless Faith

Why is the last of the season’s produce the best? It’s not because it is perfect in form or yield. In fact much of it constitutes the roughest looking goods the garden offers, buggy and imperfect....

 

Under the Wire

Sue stood silently by as I paced back and forth in front of our jointly shared clothes closet. I may have never written a sentence as full of exaggerations as the one you have just finished reading....

 

Extension Spotlight

Alternative crops bring both benefits and challenges that are not present in the major crops of our region. Growing an uncommon crop means pest pressure will likely be lower. It also means finding a market can be unreliable. Several alternative...

 

Letter to the Editor

In the west, we do best when we start locally. Take governance and the bottom-up approach that serves us well in our school districts, our town councils and county commissions and is reflected in those who represent our communities in our...

 

Times Past - 70 years ago - Oct. 4, 1950

70 years ago Oct. 4, 1950 Those who have contributed wheat during the past 10 days for the Haxtun Memorial Hospital fund are H.L. Hofmeister, Harold Gall, Carl Eckman, L.C. Corning, Ray Phillips,...

 

Joint operation results in HPD arrest of Stuteville

On Oct. 2, after an investigation by the Haxtun Police Department, a joint operation conducted with the Haxtun Police Department, Phillips County Sheriff's Office, the Logan County Sheriff's Office...

 

Fix & Biesemeier crowned queen & king

HAXTUN CORN FESTIVAL 2020 Queen Barbara Fix and King Bud Biesemeier were crowned at the Extended Care Unit at Haxtun Health last week. Royalty are chosen by a vote of fellow residents as well as...

 

June Edwards

June Pauline Edwards passed away on Sept. 20, 2020 in Haxtun at the age of 68. June was born on July 10, 1952 to Willis and Mary Ann Holtman in Girard, Kan. In 1968, she met Warren Edwards and they wed on Nov. 29, 1969 going on to have three children...

 

Adam Powell

Adam John Powell passed away on Sept. 21, 2020 at the age of 39. Adam was born on April 27, 1981 in Atwood, Kan. and grew up in McDonald, Kan. attending Cheylin elementary and high school. He graduate...

 

Haxtun Bulldog Football

THE 2020 Haxtun Fightin' Bulldog football team is pictured front row (l-r), Brock Miller, Mason Bornhoft, Kailin Kelley, Kaiden Schelling, Keegan Colglazier and Josh Wright; second row (l-r),...

 

Fleming Wildcat Football

MEMBERS OF this year's defending 6-man State Champion Fleming Wildcat football team pictured are front row (l-r), Matix Haney, Christian Polly, Wyatt Cochran, David Betley and Kenneth Bandy; middle...

 

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