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  • 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...
  • Girls golf opens season March 22

    Golf season will soon be in full swing for the Holyoke High School girls team. With returning letterman Grace Dille, coach Marcia Dalton is looking forward to having experienced team members who now have a better grasp of the game. “We’re excited to ...
  • 3 boys swim with Valley

    Sophomore Drew Stewart and freshmen Chase Beckner and Keegan Shaw are part of the Valley boys swim team for the 2016 season, which opened last week. While doing all their practicing at the Holyoke pool, the swimmers compete with Valley through a co-op ag...
  • Harlem Ambassadors in Wray Tues., April 19

    The Harlem Ambassadors comedians and basketball players will entertain at the Wray High School Gym Tuesday, April 19, at 7 p.m. This show is touted as quality family entertainment and is fun for audiences of all ages, from kids to kids at heart. Families...
  • Sanford wins 3rd straight Bball title

    Sanford won its third-straight 2A boys basketball state championship Saturday, March 12, at CSU-Pueblo with a 63-58 win over Resurrection Christian. Holyoke and Sedgwick County represented the Lower Platte Activities Association well, finishing fourth an...
  • Yuma and Wray girls in Final 4

    Yuma girls won the 2A state basketball tournament, and Wray finished fourth for two more Final Four rankings for the Lower Platte Activities Association. In quarterfinal girls action, Yuma pounded Custer County 86-25, Paonia handled Sanford 52-25, Wray d...
  • First dollar of profit presented to Koch

    Daniel Koch, D.C., pictured at right, accepts Koch Chiropractic Clinic’s first dollar of profit from Holyoke Chamber of Commerce executive director Carissa Mill. The new clinic is the Holyoke branch of Koch Chiropractic Clinic in Imperial, Neb., and ope...
  • Farmers: Stop treating soil like dirt

    The Phillips County Event Center buzzed with excitement about a topic many might find uninteresting: the soil. Folks traveled from over 600 miles away to attend the Farming Evolution event Wednesday and Thursday, Feb. 17-18. The two-day event featured s...
  • HEA annual meeting in Holyoke Tuesday

    Highline Electric Association will host its annual meeting Tuesday, March 22, at the Phillips County Event Center at 6:30 p.m. A complimentary meal and registration will kick off the evening at 5:30 p.m. with the business meeting to follow. Reports by o...
  • Service sale support sets a new record

    HHS Family Career and Community Leaders of America and FFA received record-setting support at their annual service sale and Rocky Mountain Oyster fry Tuesday, March 8. Total sale and meal income was $15,681 this year, compared to last year’s $11,793. F...
  • Mental health care service tips offered

    According to the National Institute of Mental Health, one in four adults experiences a mental health or substance use disorder each year. And nearly 10 million Americans suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder or SAD. While many of these conditions are c...