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United in Orange and Bronco Proud!

United in Orange and Bronco Proud!

Bronco spirit was contagious at Holyoke Elementary Friday, Feb. 5, as students of all ages competed for the honor of “best-dressed Bronco fan.” Bronco lovers everywhere are still feeling the Bronco pride after the satisfaction of earning the championship title Sunday, Feb. 7. The Denver Bronco...

Holyoke Chamber advocates community involvement

Holyoke Chamber advocates community involvement

Touting involvement and support in the community, the Holyoke Chamber of Commerce held its 23rd Annual Gala Wednesday, Feb. 3, recognizing excellence from businesses, organizations and individuals that call Holyoke home. Originally scheduled for Monday, Feb. 1, the Gala was postponed due to the sn...

Mayor plus 3 council positions open for election

Eligible electors interested in running for mayor or one of three available city council member positions can pick up petition nomination forms at the clerk’s office, as announced at the Wednesday, Feb. 3, Holyoke City Council meeting. The election will take place Tuesday, April 5. The positions...


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Schelling remembered: General Assembly names Feb. 4 Missing Persons Day

Schelling remembered: General Assembly names Feb. 4 Missing Persons Day

Thursday, Feb. 4, Colorado remembered Kelsie Schelling. The 21-year-old Haxtun High School graduate who grew up in Holyoke disappeared on that date, three years ago, after arranging to meet her boyfriend,...

Fueling the Bronco fire

Fueling the Bronco fire

Whether cheering from home or there to see the gold confetti in person, Holyoke’s Bronco spirit ran high the weekend of the big game, Sunday, Feb. 7. At school, the cafeteria handed out prizes for the...

Chamber of Commerce honors citizens

Among the award winners recognized at last week’s Chamber Gala are those pictured from left, front row, Gloria Jimenez, Estella Dominguez, Vicky Stapleton, Mendi Lutze, Jennifer Robertson, Nancy Krier...

Reading with children crucial for development

Once stomachs were satisfied with a yummy smorgasbord of salads at Phillips County Museum, attendees of the annual Friends of the Library Salad Luncheon could focus on not only what’s good for their...

Lions Club Fishin’ Hole reels in recognition in int’l magazine

Most people in the area are aware of the Holyoke Lions Club Fishin’ Hole, but now members all across the globe have seen a glimpse of this community project through an article in the February 2016 “LION,”...

Trumper, Clark wed

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Valentine’s Day adds up

Musical talent to be in Ogallala

Peekin' into the Past

United in Orange and Bronco Proud!

Holyoke Chamber advocates community involvement

Mayor plus 3 council positions open for election

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15 FBLA members to attend state

15 FBLA members to attend state

Holyoke FBLA will be taking 15 members to state competition after the District Conference Thursday, Feb. 4. Holyoke business teacher/FBLA adviser Roy Derrick and 11 FBLA members attended the conference,...

Re-1J school board to meet Monday, Feb. 15

Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education will meet Monday, Feb. 15, instead of Tuesday next week. A work session will begin at 5:15 p.m., followed by the regular meeting at 6 p.m. in the board...

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Medley relay headed to 4A state swimming

Medley relay headed to 4A state swimming

Bye-bye five and a half seconds, hello state swim meet! Holyoke’s 200-yard medley relay team entered the Tri Valley Conference Swim Meet prelims in Greeley Friday, Feb. 5, with a best time of 2:08.49,...

Girls head into tough district play with two wins

Girls head into tough district play with two wins

The Holyoke Lady Dragon varsity basketball team squeaked by with a 47-45 win at Caliche Friday, Feb. 5. That win gives the team a three-win, two-loss record in the district with three games still needing...

Holyoke boys claim 2 more W’s

Holyoke’s basketball boys have much to be proud of after defeating the traditionally tough Caliche Buffs 73-48 at Caliche Friday, Feb. 5, and the sizable St. Francis Indians 63-54 at home Monday, Feb....

Junior varsity girls beat Caliche, St. Francis

Holyoke junior varsity girls snagged two wins during basketball action in the past week, one at Caliche Friday, Feb. 5, and the other at home against St. Francis, Kan., Monday, Feb. 8.   Holyoke...

JV boys basketball takes Buffs, Indians

Holyoke’s JV boys basketball claimed two more victories playing three quarters at Caliche for a 50-45 win Friday, Feb. 5, and two quarters at home against St. Francis for a 25-4 win Monday, Feb. 8. ...

HJHS girls defeat Sedgwick County

Holyoke Jr. High wrestles at Merino

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‘Next Generation Agriculture’ the focus of Governor’s Forum

There’s no shortage of issues discussed among the public, media, lawmakers and industry when it comes to food production, and the 2016 Governor’s Forum on Colorado Agriculture will take on many of...

Farm families seminar in Akron

“Keeping Family Farms in the Families” is a seminar that will help those who want to advance their ag business through future planning in partnerships, corporations, companies and continuing it on...