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  • Samantha’s Salt

    3 reasons why being “bored” helps your kids thrive Navigating the tricky waters with four kids, 7 and under, I often hear the oldest two express after school, on a day off, or on the weekend: “Mom, I’m so bored!” So I begin to think about...
  • Thinking About Health

    Prices for medical airlifts can hit the stratosphere Not many of us think about needing air ambulances. We don’t dwell on that possibility, but for people hurt in car accidents or who live in smaller or rural communities without medical care at hand, b...
  • Extension Corner

    Garden chores for April It is almost that time again for active gardeners. Here is a brief list of tasks for you to consider in your vegetable garden, your turf and landscape plants this season. Naturally, not everyone is interested in planting fruit t...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoMarch 24, 2011 An updated science room and some work in the library hopefully got a jump start earlier this week when a check was presented to the Holyoke Re-1J Foundation Inc. on behalf of Jim and Betty Lenz after Lenz Farms was selected a...
  • Program delivers sobering message

    Live demonstrations, guest speakers and interactive activities ruled the day Thursday, March 17, as HHS hosted the Prevent Alcohol and Risk-Related Trauma in Youth, or PARTY, program for freshmen for the 11th year running. Freshman participant Brenna Sul...
  • Program delivers sobering message

    Live demonstrations, guest speakers and interactive activities ruled the day Thursday, March 17, as HHS hosted the Prevent Alcohol and Risk-Related Trauma in Youth, or PARTY, program for freshmen for the 11th year running. Freshman participant Brenna Sul...
  • City of Holyoke, O’Neals move closer to potential October trial

    Mediation unsuccessful, summary judgment in progressA March 9 mediation session in Denver between the City of Holyoke and Rupert and Claire O’Neal proved unsuccessful, moving the lawsuit filed by the O’Neals closer to trial, which has been set to star...
  • City of Holyoke, O’Neals move closer to potential October trial

    Mediation unsuccessful, summary judgment in progressA March 9 mediation session in Denver between the City of Holyoke and Rupert and Claire O’Neal proved unsuccessful, moving the lawsuit filed by the O’Neals closer to trial, which has been set to star...
  • Resignations accepted from 3 teachers, 1 coach

    Three Holyoke JR/SR High School teachers and one high school coach resigned their positions, as accepted at the March 15 meeting of the Re-1J Board of Education. Teacher resignations were accepted from ag education teacher Jim Trainor, business education...
  • Resignations accepted from 3 teachers, 1 coach

    Three Holyoke JR/SR High School teachers and one high school coach resigned their positions, as accepted at the March 15 meeting of the Re-1J Board of Education. Teacher resignations were accepted from ag education teacher Jim Trainor, business education...
  • Holyoke soon to go live online

    Holyoke’s new cityofholyoke-co.gov website should soon be up and running after discussion at the Tuesday, March 15, city council meeting. “The bones are complete,” reported Officer Joe Marcum as part of his update on the state of the site for the c...
  • Holyoke soon to go live online

    Holyoke’s new cityofholyoke-co.gov website should soon be up and running after discussion at the Tuesday, March 15, city council meeting. “The bones are complete,” reported Officer Joe Marcum as part of his update on the state of the site for the c...
  • Around Town

    Easter egg hunt is Saturday Holyoke’s annual Easter egg hunt is Saturday, March 26, at 1 p.m. in three locations. Age 6 and under will meet at the Phillips County Courthouse lawn (sponsored by Holyoke Lions Club). Holyoke City Park is the site for kid...
  • Gone but not forgotten

    ­Though Cassidy Hale left this world after a pedestrian/vehicle accident Sept. 16, 2015, she is not forgotten. Students and family gathered at Holyoke High School Monday, March 14, on what would have been Hale’s 16th birthday. Pictured above at far lef...
  • Dragons finish in State 2A Final 4

    A finish in the Final Four at the 2A State Basketball championships is an accomplishment to be proud of. Holyoke’s boys basketball team rose to the occasion. While losing its last two games of the state tournament was a bit of a downer, the significanc...
  • Caucus to convention breakdown

    Trump or Cruz? Sanders or Clinton? Iowa’s caucuses gain national attention, New Hampshire has already had its primary and “Super Tuesday” has come and gone. Colorado held its precinct caucuses Tuesday, March 1, choosing Donald Trump as the Republica...
  • 13th Judicial District announces District Court judge vacancy

    The 13th Judicial District Nominating Commission will meet Friday, May 6, at the Logan County Combined Courts to interview and select nominees for appointment by the governor to the office of district judge for the 13th Judicial District (Kit Carson, Loga...
  • String trio takes audience on a ’round-the-world journey

    The International String Trio invited an enthusiastic audience on a musical trip around the globe last Friday night, March 11, in the latest installment of the Phillips County Arts Council 2015-2016 concert series. An appreciative crowd of 128 settled ba...
  • Baseball season opens at Haxtun Saturday

    Major CHSAA changes for the year include new pitch count rule, RPI system revisions for rankingsWith little breathing room between the winter and spring sports’ seasons, the Dragon baseball team takes to the field at Haxtun for the season opener Saturda...
  • 5 named All-Conference

    Five Holyoke basketball players were named by the Lower Platte Activities Association for All-Conference recognition after the close of the 2015-16 season. Seniors Jesus Loya and Bradley Cumming, juniors Austin Herman and Alex Strauss, and sophomore Grac...