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Articles from the November 11, 2020 edition

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Celebrating champions!

HAXTUN HIGH SCHOOL football team members celebrated past championship teams from 1990 and 2000 during the Bulldogs' Saturday afternoon contest with Akron. During halftime activities, trophies from...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    November 11, 2020

Haxtun Health adopts new mission statement

“We promote optimum wellness through compassionate and high-quality care.” That is the new mission statement at Haxtun Health. A final product of a recent strategic planning project was presented at a late-October meeting of the Board of...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    November 11, 2020

Haxtun Town Council agrees to pay PD's unused vacation days

With just two officers on staff at the Haxtun Police Department, the possibility of taking any vacation time is limited. The Haxtun PD, usually staffed with three officers, has been down to two since April when Officer Mike Beard made the move to...

 

Haxtun Health COVID-19 rapid test hotline now active

Haxtun Health has implemented a COVID-19 Rapid Test Hotline. This phone line is to be used for individuals to call when they need to register for a COVID-19 drive-up rapid test. Rapid tests currently...

 

Drop-off sites open for International Operation Christmas Child project

This month, nearly 5,000 United States drop-off locations across the Nation open to collect shoebox gifts for children overseas during Operation Christmas Child's National Collection Week, Nov....

 
 By Candie Fix    News    November 11, 2020

Local Chamber offers COVID relief funds

2020 has been anything but normal and as local businesses continue to operate and navigate COVID-19 restrictions and regulations, the Haxtun Chamber of Commerce hopes to help. The Haxtun Chamber of Commerce has created a fund to help small Haxtun...

 

Free books offered to young PC readers

Phillips County Family Education Services has partnered with Highline Electric to give young Phillips County readers free books through Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library. The program gives free books to children five and under who live in...

 

Spooktacular Halloween

BERDINE KOBERSTEIN, left, and Linda Brown play a game involving two spoons and a potato with the goal of knocking your opponent's potato off without losing your own during a Halloween party at the...

 

Under the Wire

I have spent most of my free time since 14 years old in the pursuit of a gold buckle. Along with many of my friends, this pursuit of rodeo greatness consumed much of my thoughts and actions. When coup...

 

Fearless Faith

There is an intriguing year-round acquaintance of ours that is silent most days, sharing no malice or contempt. It is patient and forbearing, taking its best days in stride. It is called a crown of...

 

Extension Spotlight

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 Nov. 6, 1935 Miss Vlema Luelf and Mr. Roy Schachterle, well-known Haxtun young people, were married on Monday of this week at Loveland. The wedding was performed by the Rev. G.B. Cunningh...

 
 By Candie Fix    Sports    November 11, 2020

Bulldogs pick up 26-6 win at home over Akron Rams on Saturday

Saturday turned out to be an almost picture perfect afternoon for football. The day kicked off with parent recognition, highlighted past Bulldog State Championship teams and ended with a Haxtun win...

 

Yearning for yardage

NOLAN JAPP, a sophomore running back, fights for yardage as North Park defenders reach for a tackle in a mid-October game held at Fleming. According to the Fleming Wildcat Facebook page, the...

 

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