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 By Candie Fix    News    October 20, 2021

6 community members vie for 3 open BOE seats

Voters within the lines of the Haxtun School District will be asked to choose three candidates to fill vacant seats on the local Board of Education. Six candidates are vying for the three open slots, including incumbents Audree Edwards and Jay...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    October 20, 2021

Ballots sent out locally; due back to PC Clerk by 7 p.m. on Nov. 2

Phillips County voters should have received ballots in their mail boxes last week for the general, Nov. 2 election. According to Phillips County Clerk and Recorder, ballots were mailed between Friday, Oct. 8 and Friday, Oct. 15. Locally, registered v...

 

HPD warrant results in arrest

The Haxtun Police Department recently conducted an investigation on a party for Internet Luring. After an investigation, the police department obtained an arrest warrant for Christopher Michael Whitcomb, 24, Sterling after he agreed to meet a...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    October 13, 2021

Phillips County 4-Hers celebrate successes of 2021

The beginning of October always marks an annual celebration of the current 4-H year's success and this year was no different as Phillips County 4-H members gathered at the Phillips County Event...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    October 13, 2021

Thayer appears before Judge Killin for advisement

Julie R. Thayer attended an advisement hearing on charges of child abuse and assault via web cam in Phillips County Court on Thursday, Oct. 7. The 40-year-old former childcare director appeared via Webex software in front of Judge Kimbra L. Killin...

 

Farm safety day in Haxtun

HAXTUN SIXTH GRADE students recently took part in ag safety day sponsored in part by Haxtun Soil Conservation District, Highline Electric Association and CHS. Station topics included ATV, PTO, grain...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    October 13, 2021

Haxtun TC accepts resignation from Mayhew; votes to retire badge

Police Chief Tanya Mayhew submitted her letter of resignation to members of the Haxtun Town Council on Monday evening, Oct. 4. Her intended last day of employment with the local police department will be Monday, Nov. 1. After accepting her letter of...

 

Immanuel Lutheran Church installs Reverend Tim Hahn on Oct. 3

Reverend Tim Hahn was installed as the new Pastor of the Immanuel Lutheran Church in Haxtun on Sunday, Oct. 3 in an afternoon ceremony. Hahn and his wife, Alyssa, join the church and Haxtun community...

 

Collectors share treasures at annual event

JEANNETTE Loos shares her collected of Works of Art with Fleming students Reese Lock, Madie Johnson, Nate Betley, Audrey Johnson, Gabriella Manley and Joel Muller during the Fleming School/Community...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    October 6, 2021

Haxtun BOE hears possibilities for use of ESSER funds

Utilizing ESSER funds to purchase two new busses was one of many highlights of Superintendent Marsha Cody’s report during the regular September Haxtun Board of Education meeting. In addition to busses, board members and administration also talked...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    October 6, 2021

Haxtun Health Board of Directors hears mandate update

The COVID vaccine mandate discussion continues at Haxtun Health. Chief Executive Officer Dewane Pace gave an update to members of the Haxtun Health Board during a recent month-end meeting on Monday, Sept. 27. Pace said the administration team has...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    October 6, 2021

Pool committee plans fundraising event

Groove ‘N Motion is coming to town! In their efforts to raise local funds for a new community pool, the Haxtun Swimming Pool fundraising committee plans to host the premier powerhouse variety performers on Saturday, Oct. 23. A special meet and...

 

Fleming Town Council holds special meeting

The Fleming Town Council met for a special meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 29 at the Fleming Town Hall. The meeting was called to order by Mayor Sue Einspahr at 6:30 p.m. The following council members were present: Stefan Betley, DeeAnn Christopher (by...

 
 By LaVonne Hart    News    October 6, 2021

Alumni Reunite

The annual meeting of the Haxtun High School Alumni Association was held at the High School Gymnasium on Saturday, Sept. 25. Approximately 75 members, spouses and friends were present. The Class of...

 

Anderson breaks run record at 100th Corn Festival

BRADEN Anderson crosses the finish line of the J. Jeffryes Memorial 5K with a time of 17:44. Anderson, the fastest in this year's race, set a new record with his time....

 
 By Candie Fix    News    September 29, 2021

Students earn impressive NWEA scores

Fall student test scores, a new student services program and a bid for electric work for the new bus barn all topped action items in a recent Frenchman Board of Education meeting in September. Principal Kortney Firme reported on NWEA test scores...

 

Haxtun Health vaccination boosters now available

Following the CDC’s approval of the Pfizer booster, Haxtun Health has received approval from Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment to begin administering booster vaccines for Pfizer recipients. Haxtun Health will be holding a Pfizer...

 

HHS crowns homecoming royalty

HAXTUN HIGH SCHOOL Homecoming King Isaac Andersen and Queen K'lyn Bornhoft were crowned during homecoming festivities Saturday at Adam Wernsman Field. The two were given top royalty honors by a vote...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    September 22, 2021

Chandler's opens for business in downtown Haxtun

Haxtun's new restaurant is open and serving customers. Chandler's Backyard Bar and Grill opened at the corner of Colorado Avenue and Fletcher Street earlier this month and is aiming to serve the...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    September 22, 2021

PC Commissioners continue distribution of COVID relief funds

The Phillips County Commissioners continue to disburse CVRF funds through grants to business owners in Phillips County. Throughout the month of August, the Commissioners distributed $123,529 to local businesses affected by COVID shutdowns over the...

 

911 Board submits request to increase surcharge 55¢

The Phillips County 911 Authority Board submitted a request to the Public Utilities Commission to raise the monthly surcharge on phone lines to $2.30 per month. If the change is approved, it would not take effect until Feb. 1, 2022. The current...

 

Christophers honored as Grand Marshals

KURT AND DEEANN Christopher wave at familiar faces along the parade route at Fleming's Fall Festival Saturday morning, Sept. 11. The two were honored as this year's Grand Marshals. DeeAnn currently...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    September 15, 2021

Michael to be honored for decades of service

Throughout her 37 years as a small business owner, local florist Marilyn Michael has been honored for her service to the Haxtun community more than once. As she packed up her belongings from The...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    September 15, 2021

Pool committee reports over half of goal raised

The Haxtun Swimming Pool committee has surpassed the half way mark in the goal of raising $750,000 to construct a new swimming pool. Committee members Lee Salyards and Barb Ensminger reported recent totals to members of the Haxtun Town Council...

 

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