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Haxtun Hospital District focusing on preparing for COVID-19

Haxtun Hospital District is closely monitoring the developing situation regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in Colorado and is taking steps to ensure the hospital and community are prepared for the...

 

Legislature works on trailer park laws

In the coming week, House lawmakers are expected to debate and vote on the second of two bills that would add protections for homeowners in mobile home parks across Colorado. The first, House Bill 1201 allows mobile homeowners 90 days to purchase a...

 

Tamara Durbin hired as Northeast Colorado BOCES Executive Director

Northeast Colorado Board of Cooperative Educational Services recently announced that Tamara Durbin has been hired as Executive Director.  Durbin has been the Director of Special Education for...

 

Auction at ECU

ANN RAFERT, resident at the Haxtun Hospital Extended Care Unit wears a scarf she bid on during an auction on Thursday, Feb. 27. Various items of the auction included clothing, jewelry, games and...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    March 4, 2020

District 5 Champions!

THE HAXTUN BULLDOGS defeated Stratton/Liberty on Saturday night to clinch the District 5 Championship title. The Bulldogs defeated Otis, Flagler/Hi-Plains and then Stratton/Liberty throughout the...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    March 4, 2020

Haxtun-Fleming Herald 's new website goes live

Online presence of The Haxtun-Fleming Herald has a new look! The Herald launched an all new website last week, allowing readers to subscribe and have access to both print and online editions. The...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    March 4, 2020

Frenchman BOE approves Arizona trip for senior class

Fleming seniors will be on their way to Arizona next month for their final class trip. The Frenchman Board of Education approved their class trip during a meeting in mid-February. According to information from Superintendent Steve McCracken, 10 of...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    March 4, 2020

Annual Chuckwagon set for March 21

Saturday, March 21 marks the 47th annual Haxtun Lions Club Chuckwagon Dinner and Show featuring Orion and Stacey Potter, a dynamic duo performing covers of multiple genres. The event, which kicks off at 5:30 p.m. includes dinner and the live show at...

 

Berean Bible Church switches to video format

The Haxtun Berean Bible Church has begun a new and innovative model for their Sunday morning church service. Instead of hiring a full-time pastor, HBBC has partnered with New Hope Church in Ogallala, Neb. “This is a model that many rural churches...

 

Sens. Sonnenberg and Donovan asked to reduce cost of SB135

The long-awaited solution to the State’s troubled conservation easement program is itself in trouble, after concerns over its cost nearly derailed the bill on Feb. 27. Senate Bill 135, sponsored by Senators Jerry Sonnenberg, R-Sterling and Kerry...

 
 By Marla Rodriguez    News    March 4, 2020

9Health Fair spring season begins – Haxtun event set for Saturday, March 28

Over two million lives in Colorado have been impacted by 9Health Fair over the years, from gaining valuable information about their health to life-saving interventions. 9Health Fair is the place to begin your journey to a healthier, more informed...

 

Kids checking out calves

The Haxtun FFA celebrated National FFA week this past week. Throughout the week, students participated in activities in class and helped to promote FFA. The week started on Tuesday, Feb. 18 with the...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    February 26, 2020

Haxtun BOE votes to purchase new bus

After several months of discussions on various makes and models, the Haxtun Board of Education voted during their February meeting to purchase a handicap accessible vehicle. The vote came at the Feb. 18 meeting, which opened with a finance report as...

 
 By Candie Fix    News    February 26, 2020

Unknown man enters residence

The report of an unknown man entering a residence in Haxtun Sunday evening spread quickly via social media and had many local residents feeling uneasy. About 5:30 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 23, a resident in the 100 block of South Logan Avenue reported...

 
 By Jean Gray    News    February 26, 2020

Haxtun resident Jim LaJudes finds Open Mic to showcase talent

Jim LaJudes' life on the High Plains of Colorado, where his is surrounded by prairie grass and farm ground, could be likened to his being "a fish out of water." In Jim's case, however, he is a surfer...

 

Former representative and senator Maynard Yost honored at Capitol

The House held a memorial on Feb. 20 for former State Representative and Senator Maynard Yost, R-Sterling, who passed away on Dec. 1, 2019 at the age of 83. Seventeen members of Yost’s family were in the Colorado Capitol for the memorial, which...

 

Farm Bill decision webinar hosted by CSU

The March 16 deadline for farmers to make their ARC/PLC decisions for the 2019-20 crop years is fast approaching. In an effort to provide growers with the most up-to-date information needed to make this important decision, Colorado State University...

 

Day of love celebrations

HAXTUN HOSPITAL nurse Val Wilson and her son, Tanner, are pictured with Extended Care Unit residents Ann Rafert and Rex Hadeen during a Feb. 14 Valentine's Day parting with music provided by Anne and...

 

Mayor Einspahr gives State of the Town address at Fleming Town Council's end of February meeting

The Fleming Town Council met for its regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 11 at the Town Hall in Fleming. The meeting was called to order by Mayor Sue Einspahr at 6 p.m. The following council members were present: Stefan Betley, DeeAnn...

 

First graders visit USPS

HAXTUN students in Mrs. Dena Gerk's first grade class visited the Haxtun Post Office last Wednesday, Feb. 12 to mail their Flat Stanley projects. While there, Postmaster Melinda Groshans gave...

 

NE Colorado farmers already looking to 2020 growing season

It’s hard to believe, but farmers in northeastern Colorado are thinking about spring even though last year’s harvest is not far in the past. There are a lot of decisions to be made, planning to be done and equipment to be repaired before...

 

Applications open for High Plains Soil Health demo

Producer applications are currently being accepted to participate in FARMS: Farmers Advancing Regenerative Management Systems, a Soil Health Demo program new to the High Plains region. Through this program, producers are eligible to receive financial...

 

Senate Judiciary Committee makes changes to House Bill 1019; Brophy & Sonnenberg team up to move forward with prison deal

The effort by the State of Idaho to move up to 1,200 inmates to the Kit Carson Correctional Facility in Burlington got new life on Feb. 12 when the Senate Judiciary Committee, in a marathon session, made major changes to House Bill 1019. The bill cam...

 

Jolly Dozen hosts annual essay contest; Haxtun fourth grader Jayce Boerner takes top honors with respect themed piece

Haxtun fourth grader Jayce Boerner took the top honor of the annual Family and Community Education essay and artwork contest sponsored by the Jolly Dozen organization in Holyoke. The local organizatio...

 

Haxtun FFA members compete at District 16 speaking contests

Ten members of the Haxtun FFA Chapter traveled to the Revere High School, where the District 16 speaking contest was held. The morning began with registration and opening ceremonies. After that, the c...

 

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