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  • League tourney June 24-27

    Border League teams in the PeeWee, Little League and Babe Ruth divisions have ended regular-season play and are competing in season-end tourney action June 24-27 in Haxtun. Brackets feature six teams in the PeeWee and Little League divisions and five in ...
  • Book ’em! Family Ed. meets Holyoke police

    Teaming up with the Holyoke Police Department, Phillips County Family Education Services provided an afternoon of fun and learning, Wednesday, June 17, as a part of their summer program. Officers from the local department met with the kids to talk about s...
  • Local youth attend Rodeo Bible Camp

    A number of Holyoke area youth attended the 10th Annual Platte Valley Rodeo Bible Camp June 10-13 at the Sedgwick County Fairgrounds in Julesburg. Among those attending and areas in which they were contestants were: Morganne Kumm, trail course; Janessa L...
  • College news

    Sergio (Alfredo) Santos-Legarreta was named to the Eastern Wyoming College (in Torrington, Wyo.) Dean’s Honor Roll for the 2015 spring semester. To qualify for the Dean’s Honor Roll, students must be enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit hours and achie...
  • Vieselmeyers lead Angus

    Austin and Alex Vieselmeyer of Amherst fared well in the 2015 Colorado Junior Angus Association Golden Trend Show in Fort Collins Saturday, June 6. Austin is pictured above with Vision Lady 432, who won supreme champion and grand champion bred-and-owned f...
  • Chamber presents 1st dollar to Printers Paper & More

    Printers Paper & More owner Sharon Jones, pictured at right, is joined by her husband Dick and son Evan to accept the business’s first dollar of profit certificate from Holyoke Chamber of Commerce executive director Mary Tomky. The Jones family open...
  • Business corner spruced up

    The corner of East Carnahan Street and South Campbell Avenue in Holyoke greened up almost overnight last week when Holyoke Building Center replaced sidewalk and planted sod and flowers to accompany the spruce up that they also completed inside the busines...
  • Brandt graduates with B.A. in mathematics

    Rebecca Brandt graduated from Hastings College in Hastings, Neb., Saturday, May 16, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in mathematics with an emphasis in pure and applied mathematics. During her four years at Hastings, Brandt served as the treasurer for the ...
  • Megan Garrett earns radiology tech degree

    Megan Garrett graduated May 8 with an Associate of Applied Science degree in radiology technology from Aims Community College in Greeley. She previously received an Associate of Arts degree from Aims in 2012. At Aims, she was a member of Phi Theta Kappa ...
  • Family, community workshops planned

    Colorado Association for Family and Community Education District I is hosting the 84th annual CAFCE conference, “Sunshine on the Plains,” in Wray June 25-28. Saturday, June 27, the public is invited to register for workshops and programs. A variety o...
  • It’s flocking season!

    Thanks to FCCLA members fundraising for the national leadership conference this summer, flocks of flamingos are popping up on lawns all over town, like these bright pink birds on East Carnahan Street. Treat friends and family to this migrating surpr...
  • Herman attends HOBY leadership conference

    Austin Herman served as the Holyoke delegate at this year’s HOBY conference at the University of Denver June 12-14. He joined other high school students who had just finished their sophomore year for the Colorado event of the national Hugh O’Brian You...
  • Water legislation highlights recapped

    Water, water everywhere. And in the 2015 legislative session, the Platte River got a lot of attention from lawmakers who tried to deal with flooding issues and long-term planning. It began with the interim water resources review committee, which last sum...
  • Extension Corner

    The role of 4-H council 4-H can be very confusing and overwhelming for new 4-H families. The first year of 4-H is a steep learning curve for everyone involved. For many, the difference between 4-H clubs and the county 4-H council may be hard to understan...
  • Hutton Foundation responds to recent RRWCD allegations

    The article entitled “Hutton lawsuit threatens shutdown of irrigation wells in the Republican River Basin” dated June 4, 2015, does not have its facts correct. Wells in the Northern High Plains Basin have been drying up the rivers in the Republican Ri...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoJune 24, 2010 A new high-definition projection system has been installed at the Peerless Theatre, and the hope is to host Fathom Events in the very near future. Fathom Events bring live performances right to the big screen in Holyoke. The s...
  • Summer rolls into town

    50 vehicles show off at Dandelion DazeTop Gun winner Cherrie Brungardt and People’s Choice recipient Earl Rosenburg were top dogs at this year’s Dandelion Daze car show. Big crowds soaked up the summer sun while checking out the car show, browsing the...
  • Summer rolls into town

    50 vehicles show off at Dandelion DazeTop Gun winner Cherrie Brungardt and People’s Choice recipient Earl Rosenburg were top dogs at this year’s Dandelion Daze car show. Big crowds soaked up the summer sun while checking out the car show, browsing the...
  • Preliminary budget adopted with $7.04 million in gen. fund

    With $7.037 million in the general fund, and total appropriations of $8.238 million, the 2015-16 budget for Holyoke School District Re-1J was approved at the June 16 board meeting. This June budget is a preliminary one, with the final one to be adopted i...
  • Preliminary budget adopted with $7.04 million in gen. fund

    With $7.037 million in the general fund, and total appropriations of $8.238 million, the 2015-16 budget for Holyoke School District Re-1J was approved at the June 16 board meeting. This June budget is a preliminary one, with the final one to be adopted i...