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Articles from the November 4, 2020 edition

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Conquerors of the costume crusade

HAXTUN HIGH SCHOOL'S FBLA Chapter sponsored a Halloween costume contest during halftime of Saturday's football game against Merino. Earning prizes this year were back row, Tom Bullard as a...

 By Candie Fix    News    November 4, 2020

Commissioners approve purchase for BOC Pavilion

Upgrades to the Bank of Colorado Pavilion floor, the purchase of a new road grader and briefings with various department heads fills the month-end report from the Phillips County Commissioners for October. The Commissioners met three times each month...


HHS's Allie Thompson & Kendrick Fetzer among top business students in the country

Two students at Haxtun High School scored among the top business students nationwide on rigorous exams to test their business knowledge. The exams are part of the school’s High School of Business™ program, a national accelerated business administ... Full story


Haxtun Health engages community regarding services to be offered at Old Smith Hardware

Haxtun Health has been working diligently to gather information, assess and evaluate the building and work toward developing a plan for the Old Smith Hardware location that the District recently...


Under the Wire

If you are lucky you will have a “Bob” in your life. If you are very lucky, having a “Bob” in your life won’t get you killed or seriously injured. I met Bob many years ago. This means we...

 By Ken Frantz    Opinion    November 4, 2020

Fearless Faith

We could all use a break this week, one that’s timely and well-deserved, but we can’t engage it haphazardly. It needs to be done with intent and purpose so that we will appreciate that something...


Extension Column

Crop production management can mean any aspect of farming from the rotation order to the investment level within a year. Corn is often referred to as management sensitive. Implying that corn yields are highly correlated with what you put into the...


Times Past

85 years ago Oct. 30, 1935 At the monthly meeting of the Fairfield Ladies Aid held last Thursday, the history of the organization was given. Although the church was organized in 1888, the Ladies Aid...

 By Cash Nab    Local    November 4, 2020

Haxtun FFA holds night meeting; annual Oyster Fry plans put on hold

On Oct. 27, the Haxtun FFA Chapter held a Halloween-themed night meeting. While following COVID guidelines, the members held a costume contest, carved pumpkins and watched a movie. In the individual...

 By Candie Fix    Sports    November 4, 2020

Haxtun falls to 1-3 with Saturday's home loss to Merino Rams

The Haxtun Bulldogs fell to 1-2 in the Plains League following a loss to the Merino Rams at home on Saturday afternoon. Dropping to the Rams leaves the Bulldogs at 1-3 overall with two games left on...


Wildcats take win over Peetz Bulldogs; Brady Kuntz ties state record

The Fleming Wildcats met up with the Peetz Bulldogs in a rare Thursday night appearance last week. The Thursday contest marks the first and only Thursday scheduled in the six-game 2020 season. Peetz...


Gerald Haynes

Gerald Dean "Lefty" Haynes passed away Oct. 28, 2020 at the age of 90 in Sterling with his loving family by his side. Gerald was born Oct. 2, 1930 in Holyoke, the seventh child of 13, born to Mary... Full story


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