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Playing in the dirt

JUDE AND ARLO Klimek play in the dirt with their heavy equipment toys in front of their house on Strohm Street as the real life machines do the same just down the street. The Town of Haxtun began the...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    August 10, 2022 

Lundgren appointed mayor following resignation

Mayor Brandon Biesemeier submitted his letter of resignation to the Haxtun Town Council during a Monday evening, Aug. 1 meeting at the Haxtun Community Center. Biesemeier notified the Council in early spring that he and his family planned to move...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    August 10, 2022 

Haxtun BOE approves new hires, increases wages due to inflation

With school starting just next week, the Haxtun Board of Education tended to final details in preparation for the return of students in an early morning, Aug. 3 meeting. Board members hired several staff members and opted to increase base pay for...

 

2022 Phillips County Fair - Country Pride, County Wide

PHILLIPS COUNTY Fair Board members and their families pictured above (l-r), Jayce Boerner, Lindsey Boerner, Kobryn Kafka, Canon McCabe and Gary McCallum wave at familiar faces along the parade route...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    August 3, 2022

CNO White reports COVID cases remain at zero in ECU

COVID updates, staff additions, construction updates, health needs assessment results and new local campaign information were main topics of discussion among staff reports at the latest Haxtun Health Board of Directors meeting last week. The Haxtun...

 

Fleming Town Council clarifies ballot question at special meeting

The Fleming Town Council met for a special meeting on Wednesday, July 27 at the Fleming Town Hall. The meeting was called to order by Mayor Stefan Betley at 6:30 p.m. The following council members were present: Andrew Muller, Cathy Castillo, Bill...

 

Phillips County students sweep Ogallala Commons Virtual E-Fair

On Thursday, July 21, three Phillips County students competed in Ogallala Commons’ 2022 Summer Virtual E-Fair. All competitors were asked to prepare a business plan that discussed their idea, their financial situation and future plans, as well as...

 
 By Dewane Pace    News    August 3, 2022

Haxtun Health main street clinic update

The Main Street Clinic project has a lot of activity happening, it's just not visible as you drive by. Construction crews were on target to begin the last phase of construction in the month of July...

 

911 Authority Board submits request for surcharge increase

The Phillips County 911 Authority Board submitted a request to the Public Utilities Commission to raise the monthly 9-1-1 emergency telephone charge on Phillips County telephone lines to $4. If the change is approved, it will not take effect until...

 

Under the sea

HAXTUN YOUTH participate in summer reading at the Haxtun Public Library this summer. Pictured above (l-r), Jaxy Fix, John Henry, Camden Kelley and Carson Kelley make sea creatures using the outline...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    July 27, 2022

Haxtun BOE continues to fill open positions

The new school year is just around the corner and administration and board members in Haxtun are prepping for the return of student in just a few short weeks. Students begin assessments on Aug. 10 and 11 and return to the classroom on Tuesday, Aug....

 
 By From the minutes    News    July 27, 2022

Fleming Town Council accepts splash pad bid

The Fleming Town Council met for their regular meeting on July 13 at the Fleming Town Hall. The meeting was called to order by Mayor Stefan Betley at 6:33 p.m. The following council members were present: Cathy Castillo, Bill Landridge, Suzanne...

 
 By Joelle Gapter    News    July 27, 2022

Ground breaks on Fleming's splash pad

On Monday, July 18, ground was broken at Fleming's North Park as plans for the construction and completion of the Splash Pad are underway, with the official start date of construction taking place...

 

Smokin' the tires on Saturday night

ANDREW FULLEN leaves a plume of smoke down Haxtun's main street with his 2011 Chevy pickup as part of the burn out competition at the 35th annual Old-Fashioned Saturday Night event held on Saturday,...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    July 20, 2022

Phillips County's 2022 Fair dubbed "Country Pride, County Wide" set to kick off on Monday, July 25 in Holyoke

The 2022 Phillips County Fair kicks off next week with promises of lots of livestock shows, general projects, barrel racing, rodeos, a parade, stock car races, Bulls Gone Wild and much more. This year’s Phillips County Fair kicks off on Monday,...

 

Training program set to begin Aug. 1st for annual J. Jeffryes 5K

Haxtun Health, Colorado State University Extension Agent Stephanie Starkebaum and Personal Trainer Lane Anderson have combined forces to bring the Haxtun community an eight-week, 5K training program for anyone who wants to walk, run or do a combinati...

 

Ready to roll

MACHINERY sits along the edge of a field at Logan County roads 28 and 95 just southwest of Haxtun ready to roll for the day. According to Aaron Schaefer at CHS, the first load of wheat came to the...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    July 13, 2022

35th annual Old-Fashioned Saturday Night set for this Saturday in downtown Haxtun

It’s mid-July and that means Haxtun’s Old-Fashioned Saturday Night is just around the corner. The 35th annual event is slated for Saturday, July 16 in downtown Haxtun and promises the popular car show as well as town-wide garage sales, a poker...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    July 13, 2022

GOCO grant to be sought for pool

Plans for a new swimming pool have shifted and after communicating with committee members and as a group, the Haxtun Town Council voted to move forward with new plans while also passing a resolution to apply for grant funds in an upcoming cycle with...

 

Haxtun Health launches "Healthy Student, Happy Teacher" campaign

Haxtun Health is helping students and teachers gear up for the start of school with the inaugural “Healthy Student, Happy Teacher” campaign. For the months of July and August, for every student who completes a well child check or annual wellness...

 

Haxtun Swimming Pool Project needs community re-engagement

Trisha Herman, Phillips County Economic Development Director was able to bring Great Outdoor Colorado Roadshow out to Holyoke High School on Thursday, July 7. PC regional GOCO representative, Sammie...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    July 13, 2022

Carolyn Davis hired as librarian at Haxtun Public Library

Patrons at the Haxtun Public Library will see a new face among the books and behind the checkout counter. Librarian Carolyn Davis took on her new role at the local library on June 1 and is already wor...

 

Lightning sparks fire

LIGHTNING STRIKES were close and prevalent Sunday evening. A storm that rolled through produced thunder and lightning that sparked a fire south of Haxtun near the home of Tyler and Laura Knode. The...

 

Home moved across town

WHAT WAS once a two-bedroom home along North Walker Avenue in Haxtun is now on top of a new basement at 232 West Grant Street. Brandon Biesemeier and family had the home moved from near the Haxtun...

 

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