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- WEDNESDAY, Aug. 21, 2019 -

Haxtun welcomes music & special education teachers School is officially back in session for students at Haxtun Schools. High school students returned to class Monday morning while elementary and junior high school students took assessments the beginning of the week with regular classes kicking of Wednesday, Aug. 21.

Grant funds secured and work set to begin on sewer project For months, the Fleming Town Council and employees have been working on the potential sewer project and now that grants funds are secure and loan details are in place, work may begin. Treasurer Clay Gorman told council members last Tuesday that surveyors were scheduled to begin work the following day and that once the site was mapped, work could begin.

Meredith charged with felonies A 27-year-old Fleming man was taken into custody and transferred to the Logan County Jail following an arrest in Haxtun last week. The Haxtun Police Department arrested Randy Meredith on Aug. 13 after he agreed to meet an underage 14-year-old female with plans to engage in a sexual encounter.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


Young Bulldogs head to camp

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MORE THAN 30 young Bulldog football hopefuls attended camp Saturday afternoon, sponsored by the Haxtun High School football team. According to assistant coach Marc Bornhoft, high school players and coaches helped younger athletes with football fundamentals both offensively and defensively and each participant received a shirt and a pair of shorts as well as Gatorade popsicles.
The high school Bulldog football team is scheduled to scrimmage in Otis this Saturday at 10 a.m. and will kick off the season with a Phillips County match up at home against the Holyoke Dragons on Aug. 30.

 
     

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