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  • At-home businesses find networking works

    Local network marketing consultants grow businesses with hard work and good relationshipsKitchen containers to keep food extra fresh. Jewelry that will be the perfect accessory to any outfit. And beauty products that transform from head to toe. Most peop...
  • Memory is put to the test at local Bible quiz meet

    Five boys represented Holyoke at a monthly Youth Challenge Bible quizzing meet at First Baptist Church in Holyoke Saturday, Oct. 18. The Shoot for Jesus team is pictured above, from left, Tristen Ferguson, Tucker Keith, Tate Dille, Jesse Vasa and David S...
  • I'm Just Cookin' Holiday Recipe Swap

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  • Dragons fall to Wiggins, now in 3-way tie for third

    Nearing the end of the regular season, the Holyoke football team has hit a few road bumps. The Dragons played on the road in Wiggins Friday, Oct. 17, losing 12-40. After opening league play with two wins, Holyoke now sits in a three-way tie for third plac...
  • HHS splits with Haxtun, Wiggins to end regular-season v-ball play

    Holyoke’s varsity volleyball team went 1-1 on the road last week to close its regular season. The girls beat Wiggins Friday, Oct. 17, but lost to Haxtun Tuesday, Oct. 14. The Lady Dragons finished the regular season with a 4-4 league record.   H...
  • Volleyball district tourn. explained

    Holyoke finished its league schedule in fifth place overall, with a record of 4-4. The Lady Dragons traveled to Akron for one of the three District 2 volleyball pools Tuesday, Oct. 21. No. 5 Holyoke played No. 2 Akron (7-1) and No. 8 Merino (1-7) for a ...
  • CO prepares for possible Ebola

    “It is not possible to predict whether there will be an Ebola case in Colorado. It is necessary to be prepared,” said Dr. Larry Wolk, executive director and chief medical officer at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. The depart...
  • Progressive 15 takes a ‘no’ position on 3 ballot issues

    During their 2014 fall conference, Progressive 15 took a no position on Amendment 68, Proposition 104 and Proposition 105 and are encouraging the citizens of northeast Colorado to also vote no. Amendment 68 is the horse track limited gaming ballot questi...
  • Oct. 20-26 is Radon Action Week 

    National Radon Action Week is Oct. 20-26, occurring the third week of October every year. Radon gas is becoming more of a widespread problem in the United States. In the U.S., one in 15 homes is affected by elevated radon levels. Radon cannot be seen, ha...
  • FBLA steps up at fall conference

    Holyoke FBLA students enjoyed another great day of “Stepping Up to the Challenge” Tuesday, Oct. 14, when they traveled to Greeley for the annual Fall Leadership Conference. The theme of the conference was “Taking the Extra Step.” During this exci...
  • CPW landowner preference replaces voucher program

    Colorado Senate Bill 13-188 changed the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Priority Landowner Preference Program to the Landowner Preference Program effective July 1, 2014. The LPP replaces all previous landowner preference systems. The LPP was created to give ...
  • Credit access expanded for beginner and family farms

    Agriculture Deputy Secretary Krysta Harden announced that the U.S. Department of Agriculture will improve farm loans by expanding eligibility and increasing lending limits to help more beginning and family farmers. As part of this effort, USDA is raising...
  • Rabies cases fall, but risk to humans and pets remains

    Although 2014 numbers won’t be complete until year-end, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment data show the number of confirmed animal rabies cases has declined from an average of 187 cases in 2012 and 2013 to 107 cases thus far in 2014. ...
  • All-Conf. softball announced

    Three HHS softball players were named to the 2014 All-Conference team, and two others earned honorable mention honors for the recently completed fall sports season. All-Conference selections were made from the 3A District 4 teams. Holyoke team members w...
  • Did you know?

    The tradition of jack-o’-lanterns began in Ireland and Scotland, and pumpkins were not the first gourd of choice to use as lanterns. Turnips and rutabagas were often used because of their availability. When Irish immigrants migrated to America, they br...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoOct. 22, 2009 The Harchelroad Motors dealership in Imperial, Neb., was destroyed by a fire in the early morning hours of Oct. 17. The building and everything in it was a complete loss. With flu in headlines throughout the United States, it...
  • Extension Corner

    4-H clover garden What is a 4-H clover garden? This garden represents a vision of 4-H philosophy come to life. What everyone will see by first-hand experience is a garden designed in the shape of a four-leafed clover to represent the 4-H pledge. As all ...
  • Another Perspective

    Harriette welcomed for vacuum duty My husband and I have rather reversed roles compared to most couples when it comes to shopping. I’d say he’s addicted. I once challenged him to go a month without ordering anything, and he just plain refused my chal...
  • Thinking About Health

    Generic drug field is full of pricing traps A friend of mine, a diabetic, stumbled on to another booby trap in the pricing of generic drugs. In my last column, I described the new two-tiered arrangements insurers are pushing on patients. You can choose a...
  • Vampire tales survive through the centuries

    Vampires have infiltrated various aspects of popular culture, serving as the central component of a popular literary series and the central characters in various television shows and films. Once seen as inhumane bloodsuckers, vampires have grown more pop...