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  • Holyoke Chamber announces Gala award recipients

    Holyoke Chamber of Commerce will be hosting its 23rd annual Gala Awards Dinner Monday, Feb. 1, at Phillips County Event Center. Those being honored at the 2016 Gala have been recently announced and include: —Business of the Year: Holyoke Community Fed...
  • Holyoke Chamber announces Gala award recipients

    Holyoke Chamber of Commerce will be hosting its 23rd annual Gala Awards Dinner Monday, Feb. 1, at Phillips County Event Center. Those being honored at the 2016 Gala have been recently announced and include: —Business of the Year: Holyoke Community Fed...
  • Hutches joins MMH as CEO

    “There hasn’t been a day in the last 12 years I haven’t wanted to go to work,” said Trampas Hutches, who as of Monday, Feb. 1, will officially be Melissa Memorial Hospital’s new chief executive officer. Hutches, a positive, knowledgeable man wi...
  • Hutches joins MMH as CEO

    “There hasn’t been a day in the last 12 years I haven’t wanted to go to work,” said Trampas Hutches, who as of Monday, Feb. 1, will officially be Melissa Memorial Hospital’s new chief executive officer. Hutches, a positive, knowledgeable man wi...
  • New laws now in effect in Colorado

    Five new laws that took effect Jan. 1, 2016, affect child welfare, transportation and government official pay. In addition, minimum wage has been increased slightly for inflation as mandated by the Colorado state constitution. Affecting child welfare, tw...
  • New laws now in effect in Colorado

    Five new laws that took effect Jan. 1, 2016, affect child welfare, transportation and government official pay. In addition, minimum wage has been increased slightly for inflation as mandated by the Colorado state constitution. Affecting child welfare, tw...
  • Girl power pumps up Holyoke crowd

    “I Think I Found Myself a Cheerleader,” the spirit theme for Holyoke’s games against Sedgwick County Saturday, Jan. 9, featured girls from preschool to fifth grade getting their grooves on as they performed for the crowd. The 48 girls that par...
  • County hopeful for GOCO grant

    Phillips County Fairgrounds Committee announced they have applied for a $350,000 Great Outdoors Colorado grant to help fund the proposed covered pavilion at the fairgrounds. A small crowd of people heard about the committee’s fundraising plans at a pub...
  • Author Kim Woodhouse releases 10th book

    “I love stories,” said Kimberley Woodhouse, curled up in a comfortable chair in a book-filled corner of her home. Woodhouse of Haxtun, whose 10th book “Beyond the Silence” was just released Tuesday, Jan. 5, certainly has plenty of her own life st...
  • College news

    Northeastern Junior College has released its honor roll list for the 2015 fall semester and reports that 203 full-time students were given high academic achievement recognition. The following are students from Holyoke who were recognized: President’s ...
  • Rep. Becker’s focus is on education

    Water, conservation easements, fracking also on Sen. Sonnenberg’s listYou’ll have to forgive Rep. Jon Becker, R-Fort Morgan, if he doesn’t sponsor a slew of bills on all kinds of issues in the 2016 legislative session. He has one main focus going in...
  • Antelope on the move

    A large herd of dozens of antelope was spotted west of Paoli Tuesday, Jan. 5, just south of Highway 6. While deer are a common sight in the area, the appearance of antelope is a much rarer occurrence. Aimee Ryel, Colorado Division of Wildlife manager for...
  • 12th annual banquet supports Caring Pregnancy Resource Center

    A Caring Pregnancy Resource Center of Northeast Colorado will host its 12th annual fundraising banquet in Phillips County at the Philips County Event Center Saturday, Jan. 30. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. for a 6 p.m. dinner and 7 p.m. program. The theme titl...
  • 6 students attend Honor Choir

    Six Holyoke High School choir students qualified for the 2016 annual Honor Choir held in Haxtun Monday, Jan. 11. They are pictured from left, Dani Brandt, Keegan Shaw, Lori McWilliams, Mackenzie Thompson and Whitney Powell. Not pictured is Tyler Lamm. ...
  • Meet falconry birds up close this Friday

    Land sought for Hawking Club’s winter hunt in area this weekendHolyoke has been chosen as the winter meet location for the Colorado Hawking Club Jan. 15-18. As part of their weekend, there will be a film and presentation with live raptors at the Peerle...
  • Dragons dominate Burlington, edged out by Sedgwick County

    It was a weekend of great basketball as the HHS boys defeated Burlington 44-36 at home Saturday, Jan. 9, after losing a tight 55-57 game at Julesburg against Sedgwick County Friday, Jan. 8. “All in all it was a good week for us, and we are getting a li...
  • Boys win 66-44

    Tuesday, Jan. 5, saw another win for the Holyoke basketball boys over the Wiggins Tigers at Northeastern Junior College. High-scoring second and fourth quarters shot the boys ahead for a 66-44 victory. The game began as a close one, with Wiggins scoring ...
  • Lady Dragons swim well against Valley and Eaton

    Swimming competition takes a break this week, with next meet being league relays Tuesday, Jan. 19 Triangular swimming action at Gilcrest Thursday, Jan. 7, found the HHS girls defeating Valley and competing closely with Eaton. Nine local swimmers then com...
  • Dragons earn 2 fourths in tough Fort Collins tourney

    Eric Rojo at 113 lbs. and Sid Struckmeyer at 285 both came home with fourth-place medals from the Arnold Torgerson Invitational in Fort Collins Saturday, Jan. 9. Competing with a number of much larger schools and tough kids, it was definitely a learning ...
  • HHS wrestles in triangular

    Mostly due to forfeits, HHS suffered losses to both Wiggins and Sedgwick County/Fleming in a wrestling triangular held in Wiggins Thursday, Jan. 7. Five actual matches were wrestled in each of the duals. Holyoke was 3-2 against Wiggins and 2-3 against Se...