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  • Holyoke native is Coast Guard commanding officer in Astoria

    Douglas Kaup, son of Marian Kaup of Holyoke, recently assumed the esteemed position of commanding officer of United States Coast Guard Group/Air Station Astoria in Astoria, Ore. Kaup is formerly of Holyoke, where he spent many days in his youth farming w...
  • Dragon's Wagon plans 29th year

    Dragon’s Wagon Preschool, located in Holyoke Elementary School, will kick off its 29th year Tuesday, Sept. 8. A move is in store for the preschool, as staff and students anticipate relocating to the new Phillips County Event Center by the end of 2009. ...
  • Another Perspective

    People turn silence into a buzz of excitement I’ve trekked through the fairgrounds on my bike in the early mornings this summer on my way to the track. Quiet. No one else around. Lots of wide-open space. And then it happens. Fair week approaches. The ...
  • It's the Pitts

    Power Outage There’s nothing like an animal escape for a rush of pure adrenaline. Whether it’s an alligator leaving the Florida Everglades and moving downtown, a cow running from a Texas slaughterhouse, a pet snake slithering away during a kindergart...
  • Simple remedies can prevent, lessen severity of common cold

    While the common cold may be incurable, inconvenient and at times incapacitating, simple home remedies may offer relief to those stuck with the sniffles this winter. A simple approach to combating a cold is to stimulate the immune system. According to Pa...
  • Packing healthy lunches for children

    Packing nutritious school lunches that kids will eat can be tricky. You want to make sure that all those healthy foods you carefully selected are not traded away for junk food or tossed into the trash. With childhood obesity a growing problem, many paren...
  • Ruiz opens vehicle detailing business

    Car detailing at its finest, staying loyal to customers and keeping business in Holyoke. These are all thoughts behind Joe Ruiz’s new car detailing business, Classic Details. Starting slow and building clientele is essential for Ruiz. He will be workin...
  • Western bean cutworm moth populations on the rise in Colorado

    Western bean cutworm moth populations continue to grow in the pheromone traps in most of the locations. Other pests to pay attention include sunflower head moth and sunflower stem weevils. In corn, growers should scout fields until eight or more percent ...
  • FSA announces emergency loan availability

    On Aug. 10 President Barack Obama declared four counties in Nebraska primary disasters due to losses caused by severe storms, tornadoes and flooding that occurred June 5 through June 26, 2009. The four primary Nebraska counties are Chase, Deuel, Lincoln ...
  • Annual Hay Directory is now available

    As a service to hay producers and buyers, the Colorado Department of Agriculture publishes the Colorado Hay Directory annually. The 2009 edition of the directory is available to the public at no cost. “Hay is a valuable commodity to Colorado’s livest...
  • Learning how it is done in America

    Five Indonesians were visitors of the Holyoke area last week while looking at different agricultural operations throughout the United States. The Indonesian government has been developing its warehouse receipt system for three years, according to Mochamm...
  • State Fair winners announced

    Phillips County 4-Hers won two Grand Champions, a Reserve Grand Champion, two Champions and three Reserve Champions in General and Family Consumer Sciences projects judged last week at the Colorado State Fair in Pueblo. Winning Grand Champion ribbons and...
  • 20 teams compete at Ballyneal

    Twenty teams competed in the 2009 Ballyneal High School Invitational on HHS’s first day of school, Tuesday, Aug. 18. Wyndham Clark was four under par for the day, turning in a 67 to win the tournament. Clark competes for Valor Christian, a 4A school in...
  • Colo. Bombers take 2nd in state

    Colorado Bombers placed second in the Aug. 14-16 Nebraska Baseball Association State Town Team Baseball Tournament, held in Wakefield, Neb. The Bombers won the district tournament at Imperial, Neb. by defeating Imperial and Sidney, then advanced to the S...
  • N.E. Barrel Assoc. recognizes winners

    Northeast Barrel Association (NEBA) finished its year with the year-end finals Aug. 21 and 22 at the Yuma County Fairgrounds. Two races were held each day, with point totals added up to declare the year-end winners. Top four winners in each division fol...
  • Goofy golf tourney to be held in Wray

    A golf tournament will be held at the Wray Country Club on Sunday, Aug. 30 to benefit the Rural AmeriTowne program, hands-on financial literacy for youth. The Rural Young Americans Goofy Golf Tournament will begin at 12:30 p.m. with registration followed...
  • Velma Biddle continues rehab in Fort Collins

    While Holyoke residents have missed Velma Biddle in her five-week absence, those at Centre Avenue Health and Rehab Facility in Fort Collins have had the good fortune of getting to know her. July 17 Velma fell, breaking her arm and dislocating her shoulde...
  • Barb Holtzman to be in int'l quilting competition

    Barb Holtzman, of Holyoke, has been selected as a semifinalist for the 2009 American Quilter’s Society (AQS) Quilt Expo, Oct. 28-31 at the Iowa Events Center in Des Moines, Iowa. Holtzman has been chosen to display this quilt, Night Flowers, along with...
  • GOCO meeting to be held Sept. 3

    The Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) Board is asking for help in planning future projects. A public meeting will be held on Thursday, Sept. 3 in Fort Morgan. GOCO awards grants for outdoor recreation, open space protection, trail and wildlife projects. C...
  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes kicks off

    Holyoke’s Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) geared up for the year with a kick off event Wednesday, Aug. 19. FCA is a non-profit, interdenominational ministry that reaches out to the young athletes of the world. In Holyoke, FCA is organized for all...