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  • Holyoke P.D. assists with 1 of largest drug busts in Neb.

    Members of the Perkins County (Neb.) Sheriff’s Office arrested Roxanne Reynolds, 42, of Venango, Neb., on federal drug charges early Tuesday morning, Feb. 23. The arrest came as part of a coordinated two-state sweep in Nebraska and eastern Colorado Feb...
  • Holyoke P.D. assists with 1 of largest drug busts in Neb.

    Members of the Perkins County (Neb.) Sheriff’s Office arrested Roxanne Reynolds, 42, of Venango, Neb., on federal drug charges early Tuesday morning, Feb. 23. The arrest came as part of a coordinated two-state sweep in Nebraska and eastern Colorado Feb...
  • Hutches looks to get real at MMH

    New CEO Trampas Hutches has completed his first official month on the job at Melissa Memorial Hospital and is already putting his fresh eyes to work, shedding light on MMH’s performance in comparison to similar hospitals and hoping to adjust for more re...
  • Hutches looks to get real at MMH

    New CEO Trampas Hutches has completed his first official month on the job at Melissa Memorial Hospital and is already putting his fresh eyes to work, shedding light on MMH’s performance in comparison to similar hospitals and hoping to adjust for more re...
  • Judge dismisses Schelling case

    Friday, Feb. 26, U.S. District Judge Christine M. Arguello threw out the lawsuit filed by Laura Saxton of Yuma and Doug Schelling of Holyoke, parents of Kelsie Schelling, regarding her disappearance from Pueblo three years ago. The lawsuit alleged a clai...
  • Judge dismisses Schelling case

    Friday, Feb. 26, U.S. District Judge Christine M. Arguello threw out the lawsuit filed by Laura Saxton of Yuma and Doug Schelling of Holyoke, parents of Kelsie Schelling, regarding her disappearance from Pueblo three years ago. The lawsuit alleged a clai...
  • Around Town

    Fireman’s appreciation set in Amherst The community is invited to say thank you to retired and current volunteer firemen and women at the fireman’s appreciation chili dinner Monday, March 7, from 6-7:30 p.m. at the Amherst Fire Hall. Funds from a fr...
  • High temperatures, high winds blow in

    Holyokans soaked up the sun on a peaceful Thursday afternoon, Feb. 18, when temperatures soared to 74 degrees Fahrenheit. However, predictions of high winds that night were looming. Wind speeds grew in the late hours Thursday, reaching speeds of 45 mph ar...
  • Holyoke Gun Club encourages additional youth involvement

    Over 120 members strong, the Holyoke Gun Club spring shooting league is already in full swing for the 2016 season. However, while the club boasts a history dating back to 1947 and good current numbers, there is still one thing lacking ­— its future mem...
  • A growing Colorado anticipates adding 2.3 million people by 2040

    “Colorful Colorado” may one day need to be referred to as “Crowded Colorado,” given the number of people anticipated moving here during the next 25 years. El Paso County will still be the state’s most populous county in 2040, with Denver remain...
  • Donuts with dad

    Kids eat up quality time with special men in their livesDozens of donuts were devoured by Holyoke Elementary School students and their dads at the annual event put on by Partners in Education. Before school Thursday morning, Feb. 18, kids got a chance to ...
  • Harvey finds success on state mats

    Senior Marques Harvey kicked off his Colorado State Wrestling Tournament experience with a 12-7 win at 220 lbs. and a confidence booster for the season. While he lost his next two matches to eliminate him from the action, he has a win at the state level ...
  • Still got it!

    To round out the Friday, Feb. 19, spirit theme of “Retro Night” at the basketball game against Haxtun, parents and former cheerleaders of all ages joined the current squad for the boys’ halftime cheer routine. In “throwback” attire, the...
  • HJHS girls b-ball league champs

    Holyoke’s junior high basketball girls finished an undefeated season in style, winning the East A tournament game against Haxtun 50-9 Tuesday, Feb. 16, before claiming the league championship over Wiggins in a huge 61-15 win Thursday, Feb. 18. “It wa...
  • District semis, finals at NJC

    Class 2A District 2 basketball tournament action began Tuesday, Feb. 23, with the Holyoke boys and girls teams hoping to secure spots in the upcoming regional brackets. Tuesday’s winners will advance to the district semifinals Friday, Feb. 26, and will...
  • Dragon boys on fire, take No. 2 seed

    Holyoke’s boys basketball kept up their winning streak last week with a 53-31 victory against Yuma Tuesday, Feb. 16, followed by a 73-53 win over Haxtun Friday, Feb. 19, at home. The wins solidified the team’s standing as No. 2 seed in the district as...
  • Boys JV ends season

    Holyoke JV boys basketball teams had a hard end to their season losing 45-56 to Yuma Tuesday, Feb. 16, and 25-34 to Haxtun Friday, Feb. 19.   Holyoke 45, Yuma 56 The JV Dragons maintained a close score with the Indians through the first three quar...
  • C boys fall to Yuma, Haxtun

    It was a disappointing end to the season for the Dragon boys C team, losing 9-42 to Yuma Tuesday, Feb. 16, and 27-37 to Haxtun Friday, Feb. 19. Holyoke 9, Yuma 42 Holyoke was crushed in a 9-42 loss against Yuma. The team was unable to sneak in more than...
  • Soccer registration wrapping up soon

    With practice set to begin March 28, the Holyoke Soccer program is in the process of wrapping up its registration. Youth from age 5-14 are encouraged to register for the local program. It was noted that this age range was stated incorrectly in the advert...
  • Girls challenged by top teams

    Regular season games concluded last week, and the scoreboard did not reflect the way Lady Dragon varsity basketball girls wanted to finish. A 20-76 loss at Yuma Tuesday, Feb. 16, and a 23-55 loss at home against Haxtun Friday, Feb. 19, left Holyoke with ...