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  • Elementary art showcased at ‘Under the Sea’ exhibit

    The Prairie Winds Art Center in Holyoke is proud to present the art exhibit “Under the Sea.” This exhibit is the culmination of a year of artistic study for the students of Holyoke Elementary School under the guidance of art instructor Christina Mart...
  • Transportation revenue legislation in the forefront

    Colorado lawmakers have more than 150 bills to work on before their May 6 adjournmentLawmakers at the state Capitol are heading into the last days of the 2015 legislative session, with more than 150 bills to work on before they adjourn May 6. That’s no...
  • Holyoke claims top Sumdog spots

    Holyoke Elementary School earned 10 of the top 15 individual awards in this year’s Sumdog math contest, claiming all of the top eight positions in the competition. Thirty-five classes entered the contest, and 530 students participated to answer a total...
  • Local history is topic at Wray Museum

    Does anyone enjoy local history and socializing with others? If so, they are invited to come to the Wray Museum for some R & R — Reminiscing and Refreshments. The Wray Museum will be hosting this new program the first and third Wednesdays and Thurs...
  • Wray Museum exhibit to recount Rep. River flood

    To commemorate the 80th anniversary of the 1935 Republican River Flood, the Wray Museum has created an exhibit that features the local headlines, personal accounts and photographs of the flood. Joy Hayden, author of the newly released “The 1935 Republi...
  • Zentangle artwork to be displayed in St. Francis

    The art of talented Zentangle® artist Penny Raile will be on display in the Quincy Gallery at 109 N. Quincy St. in St. Francis, Kan., during May and June. The exhibit will begin with a “Greet the Artist” reception and book signing Sunday, May 3, fro...
  • New immunization rules approved are by Colorado’s Board of Health

    Colorado’s Board of Health passed new immunization rules April 15 to strengthen school immunization exemption policy and improve access to immunization information. The rules require parents to obtain non-medical exemptions from school and child care i...
  • Storybrooke, Ink to celebrate Independent Bookstore Day

    Activities, refreshments available all day Saturday, May 2Following the runaway success of last year’s California Bookstore Day, bookstores across the nation are now preparing for Independent Bookstore Day, a country-wide celebration of books and indepe...
  • TABOR: What it does and why it’s important

    In 1992, Colorado voters did something no other state in the country had done — they amended our state constitution to include the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights, commonly known as TABOR. This new constitutional amendment requires every tax increase to be ...
  • Extension Corner

    Who are Extension agents? You’ve probably seen or heard the words “Extension agent,” “4-H agent,” “agricultural agent” or “FCS agent” on a few different occasions. Most of the time, these words were tied to your local Extension office a...
  • Kid Tested, Uncle Approved

    “Spy Kids” (2001) Who’d have thought Robert Rodriguez, the guy who brought us “From Dusk Til Dawn,” “Sin City” and “Desparado,” would ever make, not one, but four children’s action movies about a family of spies and their adventures s...
  • The Senior Snippet

    Residents’ Voice Challenge When you begin to rely on others for assistance, one of the highest expectations is good care. Care Matters. Residents’ Rights Month is an annual event designated by the Consumer Voice and is celebrated in October to hono...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoApril 29, 2010 Ballyneal Golf Club was recently named a 2010 Groundwater Guardian Green Site by The Groundwater Foundation in recognition of the site’s groundwater and environmental stewardship, based on its current practices related to w...
  • Free class on Care.com a child care solution

    Holyoke’s Child Care Needs Board has been working on a short-term solution to address the need for child care in the area. Leah Jiru, president of the board, said she hopes the use of the Care.com website will build connections between those seeking ch...
  • Rafert piano students entertain in recital

    Piano pupils of Mary Belle Rafert presented entertainment Monday night, April 27, to family members and friends. The recital was held at the Enchanted Moments Art & Photography Store in downtown Holyoke. Rafert noted that store owner Brianna Farnes g...
  • Orphan Grain Train seeking donations, packing volunteers

    Orphan Grain Train needs both financial donations and volunteers — for sorting and packing donated items — to maintain its worldwide mission effort. Since 1992, OGT has delivered more than 85 million pounds of humanitarian aid to needy people in more...
  • NJC inducts 59 PTK members

    Four Holyoke students at NJC in Sterling were among the 59 who were welcomed to Zeta Theta Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa last week. The annual spring induction ceremony for the international honor society for two-year colleges was held Sunday, April 12. The...
  • School Board to meet Tues., May 5, at 7 p.m.

    Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education will meet Tuesday, May 5, at 7 p.m. in the board room at HJHS, room No. 218. The superintendent’s report will include budget priorities from the budget and facilities committee, Colorado School Finance A...
  • LaRue to headline PC Fair

    With less than three months before the 2015 Phillips County Fair hits Holyoke, activities are filling the schedule for an exciting week. This year’s fair, themed “Summer Days and Country Ways,” is set for July 21-26. Estimated expenditures for the ...
  • LaRue to headline PC Fair

    With less than three months before the 2015 Phillips County Fair hits Holyoke, activities are filling the schedule for an exciting week. This year’s fair, themed “Summer Days and Country Ways,” is set for July 21-26. Estimated expenditures for the ...