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  • Archers stay sharp during winter months

    Camp Machasay administrator Rick Cleaver, at right, assists Venango, Neb., resident Andrea Brayton, 15, with her archery skills during Camp Machasay’s archery event Sunday, Feb. 8. As a part of Camp Machasay’s outdoor adventure ministries, the event w...
  • Brandt swims in 4A state meet

    HHS junior Dani Brandt raced very well at the 4A State Girls’ Swimming Championships Friday, Feb. 13, at the Veterans Memorial Aquatic Center in Thornton, said coaches Adria Colver and Aly Brinkema. She is pictured diving in at the state meet for pre-ra...
  • Dragons boys earn big win over Eagles, fall short to Longhorns

    Following an early week victory last Monday, Holyoke varsity basketball boys picked up a big 78-44 league win in Wray Thursday, Feb. 12, but lost to Chase County, Neb., 45-51 in a non-league game at home Friday, Feb. 13. “Our boys were very focused and...
  • JV boys lose to Wray, Chase Co.

    Holyoke junior varsity basketball boys were unable to gain any wins last week, as they fell to Wray 56-57 Thursday, Feb. 12, and were defeated by Chase County, Neb., 30-56 Friday, Feb. 13.   Holyoke JV 56, Wray 57 Holyoke jumped out to an 18-10 l...
  • Chocolate overload wraps up Valentine weekend

    Chocolate of all shapes and sizes was offered at the Chocolate Affair Sunday, Feb. 15, hosted by Phillips County Historical Society at the museum in Holyoke. Pictured above, Keith Pocock and Elise Nelson dig in to the spread of chocolate desserts that wel...
  • SCORE registration opens

    “Go Wild With Science” is the theme for this summer’s SCORE science camps, whose online registration opens March 1. The Imperial, Neb., camps will be held the week of June 8-12. SCORE stands for Science Camps Offer Rewarding Experiences. Parents c...
  • CO health care infections disclosure report published

    The eighth annual Health Care Associated Infections Disclosure report, recently published by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, shows mixed results on infection rates in Colorado health care facilities. For the past three years, st...
  • Farming Evolution workshop promotes healthy soil practices

    More than 280 individuals gathered at the Phillips County Event Center for the fourth annual Farming Evolution workshops Thursday and Friday, Feb. 12-13, presented by the local Natural Resources Conservation Service. The yearly event maintains a strong fo...
  • Credit Union annual meeting set for Mon.

    Holyoke/Imperial Community Federal Credit Union will meet for its annual meeting Monday, Feb. 23, at the Phillips County Event Center. The night will begin for credit union members with a dinner at 6 p.m. in Heginbotham Hall. The business meeting will fo...
  • 21 students to compete at state FBLA

    Holyoke Future Business Leaders of America chapter members attended the district conference at Northeastern Junior College Thursday, Feb. 12. Eleven HHS students qualified for state at the district conference, and 10 other students will compete in state-o...
  • Rafert new manager at Colorado BW Ins.

    Peggy Rafert is the new manager at Colorado BW Insurance Agency, located in the northwest corner of Bank of the West at 125 S. Baxter Ave. in Holyoke. She assumed her new role Jan. 1, after manager Paula Carper retired. Starting Feb. 23, Keith Po­cock ...
  • Mangum providing at-home massages

    Vicki Ariatti Mangum is a licensed massage therapist from Fort Morgan, offering at-home massages in the northeast Colorado area, including Holyoke. She graduated from the Denver School of Massage Therapy in Westminster, where she attended for seven and a...
  • Dr. Yakel offering podiatry clinics at Melissa Memorial

    James Yakel, DPM, will offer a podiatry clinic at Melissa Memorial Hospital starting Monday, Feb. 23. Currently doing outreach clinics in several other area communities, Dr. Yakel will tentatively be scheduled in Holyoke every four to six weeks. Yakel co...
  • Bird habitats encouraged on pivot corners

    U.S. Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency administrator Val Dolcini announced Jan. 26 that the Conservation Reserve Program now will encourage more bird habitats to be established in irrigated farmland regions. Declines in upland bird population...
  • Spanish-speakers can participate in Farm Bill webinar Thursday

    USDA Colorado Farm Service Agency’s Leland Swenson announced that Texas A&M University’s Agricultural and Food Policy Center will host an interactive webinar and conference call for Spanish-speaking landowners and operators at 8 p.m. EST Thursday,...
  • Feb. is National African American History Month

    Every February, Americans celebrate National African American History Month. African Americans have made many notable contributions to the United States over the years, and those achievements are a focal point of celebrations throughout the month of Febru...
  • Plan for good financial future during America Saves Week Feb. 23-28

    America Saves Week, Feb. 23-28, is the perfect time to review one’s current financial situation, set a savings goals for the year and set up a system to save automatically. That’s why the America Saves Week theme is “Set a Goal. Make a Plan. Save Au...
  • College news

    Kaylee Groshans was named to the academic Dean’s Honor Roll for the fall semester of 2014 at the University of Wyoming in Laramie, Wyo. The honor roll consists of regularly enrolled undergraduates who earned a 3.4 or better GPA and are enrolled for a mi...
  • 4-H members attend leadership camps

    Phillips County 4-H members who attended the Leadership Development Conference in Denver Jan. 24-25 are pictured above from left, front row, Conchita Gonzalez (Sedgwick County) and Taylor Hendrix; and back row, Alex Vieselmeyer, Drew Stewart, Alexandria M...
  • Girls lose 2 before final week

    After a game with St. Francis, Kan., early last week, the Lady Dragon varsity basketball girls had little time to prepare for their next games. Holyoke suffered two more losses, falling to Wray 45-73 on the road Thursday, Feb. 12, and losing to Chase Coun...