Articles from the November 30, 2022 edition

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Returning as State Runner-Up

MEMBERS OF THE Fleming Wildcat football squad who brought home the 6-man State Runner-Up trophy on Friday are pictured back row (l-r), Assistant Coach Tanner Serrato, Sam Wolever, Pierson Japp,...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    November 30, 2022

Brown to take over as PCED Executive Director

Michal Brown begins her new role as Phillips County Economic Development Executive Director this week. Mikey, as most know her by, brings employment expertise in various roles in health care with...

 
 By Andrew Turck    News    November 30, 2022

Commissioners open County to future wind farms

With their final decision, Phillips County Commissioners voted unanimously in favor of a resolution and regulations governing the placement of wind energy facilities in the county. Also referred to as...

 

Haxtun Health recertified for Level IV Trauma Designation following survey

On a snowy and icy day with multiple motor vehicle crashes that resulted in a very busy emergency room at the Hospital, Haxtun Health was surveyed by the State of Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, the licensing and accrediting...

 
 By From BOCES    Local    November 30, 2022

Daugherty named Special Advocate by CAGT

Christine Daugherty, Gifted and Talented Coordinator for Northeast BOCES, was recently awarded the Special Advocate of the Year by the Colorado Association for Gifted and Talented at the annual CAGT...

 

Under the Wire

I just realized Fall and Winter are when I truly enjoy rodeoing the most. “What’s that?” you say. How can I enjoy rodeoing in our region in the fall and winter? There are no rodeos then....

 

Fearless Faith

It is not easy some days to stay above the fray and avoid being consumed by events immediately surrounding us, particularly when they include current politics, economic realities and a cultural...

 

Capital Review

“Democracy,” wrote H.L. Mencken, “is the theory that the common people know what they want and deserve to get it good and hard.” A majority of Colorado voters have made it clear that they want to be governed by Democrats. With Democrats...

 

Times Past

85 Years Ago Dec. 1, 1937 Mr. and Mrs. Clair Skold entertained Thanksgiving Day with a turkey dinner. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Orton Wood, Mrs. Mary E. Wood and Mr. Skold's brothers, Bernard...

 

Winning Wildcat season closes with Championship showing

Two out of three is nothing to complain about. And that's what the season came down to for a group of six Fleming Wildcat seniors who, for the third year of their four-year high school football...

 

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