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Articles from the October 28, 2020 edition

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 By Candie Fix    News    October 28, 2020

HF Herald offices to relocate; publication and office supply services will continue

It is no secret the year 2020 has brought on new challenges and with challenge comes change. Changes are coming for The Haxtun-Fleming Herald; owners Spring Atchison and Candie Fix announce the sale...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    October 28, 2020

Martinez and Seger report to Haxtun BOE on recent smart board purchases for classrooms

School districts across the nation received funding relating to the recent COVID-19 pandemic. For the Haxtun School District, that amount has totaled nearly $288,000. While the funds are restricted to budget items directly related to educational...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    October 28, 2020

New offender registers with Haxtun PD

The Haxtun Police Department registered a sex offender within Haxtun’s city limits last week. According to Police Chief Tanya Mayhew, 26-year-old Kaden Broaddus lives in the 200 block of South Washington Avenue. Broaddus is required to register as...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    October 28, 2020

McCracken updates Frenchman BOE on complaint procedure

As the first nine weeks of school winds down, board members with the Frenchman School District in Fleming heard reports from several teachers as well as administration at their Oct. 20 meeting. The monthly meeting opened with staff reports followed...

 

Grants available for local youth through Premier Farm Credit's GRO Program

Premier Farm Credit has grant funds available for 4-H and FFA members through their Generating Rural Opportunities, or GRO, Program. Applications and information can be found at https://premieraca.com/resources/gro-program/ and in local Premier Farm...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    October 28, 2020

Local boutique to host holiday food drive

The Turquoise Chandelier in Paoli is on a mission; one to help stock the local food bank during the holiday season. Owner Allison Horton hopes to be able to help local community during a time of need. Horton plans to host a non-perishable food drive...

 

Under the Wire

A lot of my days have been spent either with a rope in my hand or thinking about having a rope in my hand. During countless hours in the practice pen and on the rodeo road, I have acquired a...

 
 By Ken Frantz    Opinion    October 28, 2020

Fearless Faith

If trees could talk: part one. A small scrubby oak tree less than waist high was given sporadic, sometimes grudging, attention this past year. It is not in a convenient place for watering because of...

 

Extension Spotlight

Safety is always a major concern on farms. In high school, my power mechanics teacher asked the class one day “what is the most dangerous profession in the U.S?” His answer was farming. I don’t know if he had data to back up his statement, but...

 

Times Past

85 Years Ago Oct. 23, 1935 The Rev. David J. Morning, Haxtun and Holyoke priest, was instantly killed last Thursday night when his automobile collided with a truck on the Goodman hill, five and a...

 

Stories from the Attic

JEAN BENSON, resident at Haxtun Health's Extended Care Unit, holds a gasoline powered iron on Tuesday, Oct. 20 as part of a Stories from the Attic event. Last week, Patrick Dick brought in items,...

 
 By Candie Fix    Sports    October 28, 2020

Bulldogs drop to 1-2 in gridiron action following loss to SCC last week

It was a cold one, bitter cold, but that didn't stop the Bulldogs from showing up against the Sedgwick County Cougars on Friday night. Despite dropping to 1-2 with a 60-14 loss to the five-time...

 

Fleming Wildcats advance to 3-0 with 32-8 win over Prairie Mustangs

The top-ranked Fleming Wildcats traveled to New Raymer where they faced off with the fifth ranked Prairie Mustangs in 6-man action last Friday night. Both teams sought to maintain their undefeated sea...

 

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