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Garden of the Dawgs greenhouse project complete; students prepare for sale

The Garden of the Dawgs greenhouse build project began with Haxtun Junior High students in October. With advice from many valuable sources, the students used repurposed and donated materials for...

 

Vandenbark selected for Scholarship Program

Fleming High School recently announced that Zoey Vandenbark has earned a place in the Daniels Scholarship Program. Vandenbark was among 240 students across Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming who...

 

Applications for Girls State due May 1

American Legion Auxiliary units in all 50 states host ALA Girls State, a week of learning focused on responsible citizenship, leadership and love for God and country. Female high school students who have completed their junior year are competitively...

 

Gilliland honored as Golden Girl

FRAN GILLILAND, seated in front, was recently recognized as a Golden Girl by P.E.O. Chapter BX in Haxtun. Her long-time membership was celebrated with fellow chapter members, also pictured, Connie...

 
 By Baby Bear Hugs    Local    April 13, 2022

BBH hires Executive Director

The Baby Bear Hugs Board of Directors recently announced that Jennifer Deam will become the Executive Director for Baby Bear Hugs upon the retirement of Ruth Seedorf. Deam has been a long-time...

 

Noa Josephine Stephenson

Ben and Casey Stephenson, Haxtun, announce the birth of their daughter, Noa Josephine Stephenson on Feb. 8, 2022 at UC Health in Highlands Ranch. Noa weighed five pounds, 15 ounces and measured 19...

 
 By PC Clerk    Local    April 6, 2022

Phillips County raises the Donate Life flag for April

April is National Donate Life Month, a national observance highlighting the importance of organ, eye and tissue donation. Each year Phillips County shows their support by sharing resources and posting information on donation in the driver license off...

 
 By Julie Elliott    Local    March 30, 2022

Volunteers needed assist in providing weather data for CoCoRaHS

Do you keep a rain gauge and check it regularly? Does it seem that the drought monitor doesn’t see the droughts you experience? If so, you may be interested in participating in the Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network or CoCoRaHS....

 
 By CSU Extension    Local    March 30, 2022

2022 Wheat Field Days set for several dates in June

Colorado State University Crops Testing recently announced details for the 2022 Wheat Field Days. These days are made possible by farmer-cooperators, seed company and industry partners and colleagues from the CSU College of Agriculture and...

 

Chapdelaine scheduled for vocal performance

On April 1 First Friday at First Presbyterian will present vocalist John Chapdelaine. The concert is from 12:05 to 12:35 p.m. at the church at South Fourth and Ash streets and it is free and open to the public. It will be performed both in person...

 

Don Fix Memorial Scholarship applications available

The Don Fix Memorial Scholarship is available for the graduates of Haxtun and Holyoke high schools. It is also available for students already in college or trade schools. The scholarship requirements are a 2.50 grade point average and in good...

 

Hello World

Brittyn Kay Salyards Dalton and Rylie Salyards, Iliff, announce the birth of their daughter, Brittyn Kay Salyards, on March 12, 2022 at Sterling Regional Medical Center. Brittyn weighed seven pounds,...

 

Hello World

Barett Ham Braden and Brianne Ham, Haxtun, announce the birth of their son, Barett Oliver Ham, on Dec. 21, 2021 at Presbyterian/St. Luke's Medical Center in Denver. Barett weighed six pounds, 14...

 

Free diabetes and weight loss class offered by Haxtun Health

Haxtun Health is launching their second Diabetes and Weight Loss Class beginning Monday, March 28 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at the Haxtun Community Center. This six-week, interactive course includes...

 

Veterans Affairs Director David Callahan visits Klover Kare site

The new Director of Colorado Department of Veterans Affairs, David Callahan, has been making a statewide tours to visit each of his county Veteran service officers. Last week, Callahan met with...

 
 By Deb Daniel    Local    March 23, 2022

RRWCD staff hopes to meet with producers to discuss water conservation

Are you interested in knowing how much compensation you would receive if you choose to voluntarily retire your irrigation well? The Republican River Water Conservation District can help. The RRWCD offers two water conservation programs to well...

 

Kennedy/Schafer plan April wedding

Larry Kennedy, Pinedale, Ariz., and Joy Schafer, Holyoke, announce their engagement and upcoming wedding. Larry is retired from the Marine Corps and Continental Airlines as a pilot while Joy has...

 

Haxtun FCCLA members attend STAR events day

Students Taking Action with Recognition events day was held at Merino High School on March 3. Haxtun FCCLA members attended, judged and presented projects while at the event. STAR events are...

 

Haxtun High hosts career fair

EMPORIUM BREWING COMPANY owners Greg and Sara Fetzer talk to Haxtun High School students during a career fair recently hosted by the Future Business Leaders of America. Businesses set up inside the...

 

Golden Wedding Anniversary

Donald Lock and Beverly Roelle were married on Feb. 12, 1972 in Peetz at the Sacred Heart Church. Their children include Melisa and Jay Goddard, Andrea and Tony Ertle, Brian and Michelle Lock and...

 

Free preschool screening scheduled in Haxtun on March 7

Northeast Colorado Board of Cooperative Educational Services, in conjunction with the Haxtun School District, will be offering free developmental screening to children ages three through five, children who will not attend Kindergarten next year and...

 

Free preschool screening set for March 7 in Fleming

Northeast Colorado Board of Cooperative Educational Services, in conjunction with the Fleming School District, will be offering free developmental screening to children ages three through five, children who will not attend Kindergarten next year and...

 

Farm Credit to return $5.5 million in early 2022

Local ag-lending cooperative Premier Farm Credit has announced that they will mail $5.5 million in Cash Patronage Dividend checks to their member-owners in early 2022. “Getting a Cash Patronage Dividend check shows that the borrowers of Premier...

 

District 4 State Officer Aly Lock leads annual conference on Feb. 9

The Haxtun FBLA Chapter had a successful District Leadership Conference at Northeastern Junior College on Wednesday, Feb. 9. Aly Lock, State Officer for District 4, led a great conference. Azariah...

 

Haxtun FFA hosts Jan. 21 Ag Night with fire relief goals

Haxtun FFA held the annual Ag Night basketball game on Jan. 21 in conjunction with the Haxtun versus Holyoke basketball game. Ag Night began as a joint effort between the Haxtun and Holyoke FFA...

 

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