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Articles from the November 9, 2022 edition

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Honors earned in annual Halloween costume contest

Monday night, Oct. 31 action brought characters of all sorts to the Haxtun Fire Hall for the annual hot dog dinner and costume contest. Small children, young kids and even adults gathered for top...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    November 9, 2022

Wildcat student-athletes develop mission statement

Students in Fleming’s sports management class have been busy over the past few weeks. Under the direction of teacher Lisa Chintala, the class has developed a new mission statement as well as a list of success core value for the Fleming Wildcat...

 

Beyond the Scale – InBody Machine available in Phillips County

When you step on the scale and see you have lost three pounds, what did you really lose? Fat? Muscle? Water? Health is determined by more than the number on the scale or Body Mass Index measurements...

 

Packing up boxes

HAXTUN UNITED METHODIST God Squad youth group members recently packed boxes for Operation Christmas Child. The boxes contain school supplies, personal care items and toys. The group also included...

 

Under the Wire

This story is very hard to write because I am, in a way, having to retract a statement I have made quite often the past few months. Even worse I must “throw in the towel," “wave the white flag...

 
 By Ken Frantz    Opinion    November 9, 2022

Fearless Faith

One of the simpler digressions in faith building in recent years has been to ask, “What would Jesus do?” While emulating Christ is generally a safe bet, the concept runs deeper and is more...

 

Extension Spotlight

Trees and shrubs still require water during fall and winter. According to the Arbor Day Foundation, soil that stays most stays warmer in the fall and winter. If the trees and shrubs have cells filled with water, then this helps protect them from wint...

 

Times Past

85 Years Ago Nov. 10, 1937 The cheese factory at Haxtun will be reopened in the near future under the management of Mr. Hopperdietzel of Merino, who was leased the plant from C.H. Barker. He is ready...

 

Engle twins play in CCGA All-State game

DESTANIE AND ALIYAH Engle were selected to play in the Colorado Coaches of Girls Sports All-State games on Sunday, Nov. 6 in Arvada. The twin sisters, who are seniors in Haxtun, played softball all...

 
 By Candie Fix    Sports    November 9, 2022

Lady Bulldogs show heart in hard-fought battle against Kit Carson

Heart. That's the word Head Coach Don Schelling used to describe the group of girls that made up the 2022 Haxtun Lady Bulldog volleyball team. The heart of the group was evident in Kit Carson on...

 
 By Candie Fix    Sports    November 9, 2022

Haxtun advances to quarterfinals following 48-8 win in their #Q49

In their quest for a ninth State Championship the Bulldog football team is one step closer following a 40-point win over McClave in the first round of post-season play. The win puts Haxtun at 10-0 on...

 

Regional sweeps give Lady Wildcats 17th consecutive State berth

A pair of Saturday evening, home-court Regional sweeps last weekend gave the Fleming Lady Wildcats their 17th consecutive State berth. The Lady Wildcats, who entered Regionals as the number four...

 

Fleming advances to 6-man quarterfinals

The second ranked Fleming Wildcats hosted the 15th ranked Hanover Hornets last Saturday for a blustery opening round of playoffs. Fleming jumped to a quick 16-0 lead in the opening minutes of play...

 

Ron Shipman

Ronald Joseph Shipman passed away peacefully on Oct. 1, 2022 in Haxtun at the age of 79. Ron was born in Spring Valley, Ill. on Oct. 1, 1943 to Dorothy Cassidy Shipman and Elmer (Doc) Shipman. The...

 

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