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Articles from the October 26, 2022 edition

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Red Cross blood drive

JUDY BERKHEIMER prepares to give blood at a Red Cross donation site in Haxtun on Tuesday, Oct. 18. The Red Cross visits the area in partnership with the Haxtun High School Future Business Leaders of...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    October 26, 2022

Random drug testing survey to be distributed

New hires for custodial work and winter sports coaches topped agenda topics along with approval to pave the elementary school parking lot and a date change in parent teacher conferences in a Thursday evening, Oct. 20 meeting of the Haxtun Board of...

 

Christmas Festival date to be set at Fleming TC's November meeting

The Fleming Town Council met for their regular monthly meeting on Wednesday, Oct.19 at the Fleming Town Hall. The meeting was called to order by Mayor Stefan Betley at 6:31 p.m. The following council members were present: Andrew Muller, Cathy...

 

Quilts for kids

THE SEW BLESSED GROUP, pictured above, recently donated 15 child quits to the Little Sprouts Learning Center. Members of the group are pictured (l-r), Elenna Firme, Kathy Schaefer, Maxine Brandt,...

 

Phillips Co. landowners have two ballots this election

The Office of the Phillips County Clerk and Recorder would like to remind voters that ballots were mailed Monday, Oct. 17 and individual landowners who are active registered voters in Phillips County will receive both a regular ballot and a...

 

Under the Wire

The shiny new four wheel drive pickup rolled into the yard. As Rancher Smith walked up to the driver’s side window he was greeted by a big jovial smiling face. “Howdy, I’m your new neighbor acro...

 
 By Ken Frantz    Opinion    October 26, 2022

Fearless Faith

After only a few months of operation, the James Webb Space Telescope is arguable the most important research tool ever launched into space. Its primary mandate, to observe the early universe in the in...

 

Son Up to Son Down

This past week my grandma passed away. She was 91, so it really was a blessing that she was able to leave her earthly body, as she had suffered multiple strokes in her last several years of life. When...

 

Strokes from Other Pens

Letter to the Editor, This letter is addressed to those who live in or have property in the Frenchman Groundwater Management District. The November Election Ballot includes ballot measure 7B. We are asking voters to allow the Frenchman Groundwater...

 

Times Past

85 Years Ago Oct. 27, 1937 Fred Fillenberg, farmer southwest of Haxtun, reported the theft of 40 to 50 fine Buff Orpington pullets from his place to the sheriff's office in Logan County Monday. It is...

 

A busy start for Haxtun's FFA Chapter

Haxtun FFA started their year off by bringing back the beloved Kickoff BBQ/Lock-in held on Monday, Sept. 18, the start of homecoming week. All members and their families were invited to join the...

 

Paul Salvador

Paul C. Salvador passed away in Haxtun on Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2022 at the age of 91. Paul was born Nov.18, 1930 at Wages, to Lillian (Spelts) and Richard PM Salvador. The family moved to the... Full story

 
 By Candie Fix    Sports    October 26, 2022

Lady Bulldogs prepping for final regular season game with Merino

The Haxtun Lady Bulldogs have just one regular season game left on the schedule before post season play begins. As of Tuesday morning, the Lady Bulldogs hold an 11-10 overall record and are 4-3 in...

 
 By Candie Fix    Sports    October 26, 2022

Haxtun picks up 56-6 point win over Cougars to remain undefeated

Just one regular season game remains on the Haxtun Bulldog's football schedule as this week brings on a highly anticipated Lower Platte League match up with the Bulldogs and Rams from Merino. Last wee...

 

Lady Wildcats go 3-0; sweep Holyoke, Briggsdale and Caliche

Fleming's Lady Wildcat volleyball team went 3-0 last week in contests with Holyoke, Briggsdale and Caliche. The team hosted Holyoke on Tuesday, Oct. 18 to open the week before traveling on...

 

Fleming defeats Briggsdale; set to host top-ranked Stratton this Friday

Just one highly-anticipated game remains on the regular season agenda for the 7-1 Wildcats of Fleming. The Wildcats took down Briggsdale last week on the road and are scheduled to return to their home field to take on the top-ranked Stratton Eagles...

 

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