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  • Boys 2-0 over weekend for 3 straight wins

    Following a solid win earlier in the week, Holyoke varsity basketball boys added two more games to the win column, beating Sedgwick County Friday, Jan. 9, in the first league game of the season, and topping Burlington Saturday, Jan. 10. Holyoke is on a t...
  • Boys beat Wiggins in first b-ball game of new year

    Dragon basketball boys picked up a good win as they returned from Christmas break defeating the Wiggins Tigers 62-47 Tuesday, Jan. 6, in Sterling at the NJC gym. “It’s always tough having a game right after break,” said coach Scott Dille. “It was...
  • JV/C boys 1-2 over weekend

    Holyoke’s junior varsity and C team boys were 1-2 over the weekend. JV beat Sedgwick County Friday, Jan. 9, but both teams lost close matchups with Burlington Saturday, Jan. 10.   Holyoke JV 37, Sedg. Co. 31 In a three-quarter game at home Frida...
  • B-ball girls win big after coming back from break

    Hitting the court after a few weeks without a game over Christmas break, Holyoke basketball girls added another win to their season record with their 56-35 victory over Wiggins Tuesday, Jan. 6, at the NJC gym in Sterling. Both teams got off to quite a sl...
  • JV girls win against Sedg. Co., fall short in Burlington

    Junior varsity and C team Lady Dragons went 1-2 over the weekend. JV picked up a win at home versus Sedgwick County Friday, Jan. 9, but both teams lost their games in Burlington Saturday, Jan. 10.   Holyoke JV 31, Sedg. Co. 22 In a three-quarter g...
  • Cheer clinic and show are Jan. 31

    Holyoke High School cheerleaders invite children preschool through grade 6 to their annual cheerleading clinic Saturday, Jan. 31, with the performance that same evening. The clinic will be held in the HHS gymnasium from 9:30-11:30 a.m. Preschool will pe...
  • 4 wrestlers place in Torgerson Invitational

    With two runners-up and two fourth-place finishers, the HHS wrestling team placed eighth in the Arnold Torgerson Invitational in Fort Collins Saturday, Jan. 10. After the first round of action, the Dragons were actually leading the pack, and later in the...
  • Newspapers can be used as an ideal educational tool for kids

    Many of today’s classrooms are filled with all types of emerging technologies which educators use to enhance their students’ educational experiences. However, the humble newspaper has long been a staple in the classroom and at home and remains one of...
  • Club report

    4-H Council Phillips County 4-H members had two fun activities over Christmas break. Dec. 30, 2014, Phillips County 4-H Council hosted a “New 4-H Year” party at the Phillips County Event Center, which was attended by 51 youth. One of the main attrac...
  • College news

    Logan Zeiler was one among 277 named to the Chadron State College president’s list for the fall semester of 2014. The president’s list requires a 4.0 cumulative grade point average. Students must be enrolled in 12 credit hours of coursework during the...
  • Extension Corner

    Let your creativity flow in the Artistic Clothing project! 4-H members are in the midst of selecting projects for the 2015 4-H year. While many members like to continue on with projects they have been previously enrolled in, other members like to branch ...
  • Investor Guide

    New Year’s retirement travel resolutions Now that the holiday season is over, people are left with their New Year’s resolutions. However, I challenge you to consider making some New Year’s resolutions regarding your travel dreams in retirement. En...
  • Thinking About Health

    Health insurance brings new tax headaches Choosing an insurance policy either from your state’s shopping exchanges or from an agent selling on the open market is nothing less than daunting, a tough, unwelcome chore most of us could do without. The task...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoJan. 14, 2010 City council members voted at their Jan. 5 meeting to turn off the daily whistles on the downtown tower located near Holyoke Marketplace and the fire station. The siren will still be used for tornadoes and fires. Jeremy Ferna...
  • Flu activity high

    As residents start off 2015, health officials are urging everyone to be vigilant about flu prevention as influenza activity across the state, including northeast Colorado, remains high. “We’re seeing higher than normal influenza hospitalization numbe...
  • School board to meet next Tuesday, Jan. 20

    Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education will meet Tuesday, Jan. 20, at 7 p.m. in the board meeting room, at HJHS, room No. 218. The superintendent’s report will include the quarterly financials. Action items on the agenda include approval of ...
  • County officials sworn in

    Phillips County officials elected to four-year terms Nov. 4, 2014, were sworn in by Phillips County Judge Kim Killin Tuesday morning, Jan. 13, at Phillips County Courthouse. Officials are pictured from left, Commissioner Joe Kinnie, Sheriff Rob Urbach, Co...
  • County officials sworn in

    Phillips County officials elected to four-year terms Nov. 4, 2014, were sworn in by Phillips County Judge Kim Killin Tuesday morning, Jan. 13, at Phillips County Courthouse. Officials are pictured from left, Commissioner Joe Kinnie, Sheriff Rob Urbach, Co...
  • Churchwell resigns, leaves vacant position on council

    Councilmember David Churchwell submitted a letter announcing his resignation at the Tuesday, Jan. 6, Holyoke City Council meeting. Churchwell said he has accepted a general manager position with KC Electric in Hugo and will be moving away from Holyoke. H...
  • Churchwell resigns, leaves vacant position on council

    Councilmember David Churchwell submitted a letter announcing his resignation at the Tuesday, Jan. 6, Holyoke City Council meeting. Churchwell said he has accepted a general manager position with KC Electric in Hugo and will be moving away from Holyoke. H...