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  • Re-1J to be recognized for achievement gap closure

    Department of Education to present award at Emerald Awards programAs one of two rural Colorado school districts to have experienced achievement gap closure for economically disadvantaged students over the last six years, Holyoke Re-1J will be recognized b...
  • Around Town

    Emerald Awards section in this week’s paper Don’t miss the special section inserted in this week’s newspaper highlighting the three Emerald Awards recipients — Karen Ortner, Maury Kramer and Laura Loutensock. Feature stories, photos and messages ...
  • Holyoke students eager for Earth Day

    Local action looks to aid awareness as worldwide movement hits 45-year markEvery April 22 for the last 45 years, hundreds of millions of people worldwide have taken part in speaking out on environmental issues for Earth Day. Earth’s younger generations...
  • 17 qualify for national FCCLA

    Holyoke Family, Career and Community Leaders of America state conference participants were shooting for the stars in their Students Taking Action with Recognition events at the State Leadership Conference April 9-11 at the Renaissance Hotel in Denver. Fou...
  • Dragon baseball 1-3 in doubleheaders last week

    “We’ve got to start playing team baseball — it’s not an individual sport,” said HHS baseball coach Sherman Kage last week after the Dragons went 1-3 in doubleheaders with Akron and Wiggins. Hosting Akron Tuesday, April 7, the Dragons lost by on...
  • 39 million steps lead to a healthier lifestyle

    Fifty-eight participants in Phillip County Extension’s Healthier Weigh program are well on their way to a healthier lifestyle after walking an impressive 39,062,232 steps during the 12-week program. That’s approximately 19,500 miles! Of the 11 teams ...
  • Traveling Vietnam Wall in Imperial, Neb., next week

    People will get the rare opportunity to see The Vietnam Traveling Wall when it comes to Imperial, Neb., next week, April 22-26. The effort is being spearheaded by the Imperial Chamber of Commerce and Imperial VFW Post 4688 and its auxiliary. The wall wi...
  • Students in grades 1-2 have much in store at SCORE

    Students finishing first and second grades this school year will have their first opportunity to experience SCORE June 8, 9 and 10. SCORE, headquartered in Imperial, Neb., stands for Science Camps Offer Rewarding Experiences. The camps are sponsored by C...
  • Registration opens for local youth baseball and softball

    Schlachter takes on summer rec. director positionAs the end of the school year quickly approaches, new summer recreation director Kendra Schlachter is asking youth and the parents of those wishing to participate on summer youth baseball and softball teams...
  • Large Yuma meet gives HS track extra challenge

    Facing a much larger field of competitors last week, the HHS track squad hit the oval with 27 other teams, including a few from the 3A division, at Yuma’s Bill Kalb Invitational track meet Tuesday, April 7. “This was the stiffest competition we’ve ...
  • Grace Dille 7th at Cheyenne Wells

    Dragon golfer Grace Dille finished seventh overall at the Cheyenne Wells Tournament Thursday, April 9. It was windy and cold, and only nine holes were played in the tourney, which was called due to adverse weather conditions. The varsity team finished t...
  • PC Telcom invests in fiber network

    Annual meeting highlights the cooperative’s evolution with ever-changing technology industry“The telecom industry continues to evolve at a very rapid pace,” said PC Telcom CEO and general manager Vince Kropp. “2014 was no exception, and we had ano...
  • Red’s presented first dollar by Chamber

    Owners Ozzy and Misty Torres, pictured at left, accept their first dollar of profit certificate for Red’s Liquors, LLC from Holyoke Chamber of Commerce executive director Mary Tomky. The couple took over ownership of Red’s in March.  —Ente...
  • Foreigners must report U.S. ag land holdings

    Leland Swenson, state executive director of Colorado Farm Service Agency, reminds foreign persons with an interest in agricultural lands in the United States that they are required to report their holdings and any transactions to the U.S. secretary of agr...
  • USDA issuing assistance to producers for 2014 losses

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Farm Service Agency announced Monday, April 6, that nearly 2,700 applicants will begin receiving disaster assistance through the Emergency Assistance for Livestock, Honeybees and Farm-Raised Fish Program for losses e...
  • Fans enjoy new P.A. system at PC Raceway opener

    Windy Sunday weather conditions hurt attendance; no takers for the one-on-one grudge competitionA new P.A. system for the grandstands, arena and pits passed the test Saturday and Sunday, April 11-12, in the Phillips County Raceway season opener. Slight w...
  • Committee reports head school agenda

    Several committee reports will open the next meeting of Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education. The meeting is set for Tuesday, April 21, at 7 p.m. in the board meeting room at HJHS, room No. 218. The superintendent’s report will include Stan...
  • Free preschool screening Friday

    Northeast Colorado BOCES, in conjunction with Holyoke School District Re-1J and Northeast Colorado Health Department, will be offering free developmental screening to children ages 6 months through 5 years (children who will not attend kindergarten next f...
  • NCHD honors public health excellence

    Holyoke School Dist., El Buen Sazón, Daily Grind win food safety awardsIn conjunction with National Public Health Week the first full week in April, the Northeast Colorado Health Department recently recognized several community members and facilities acr...
  • Deadlines set for objections to property classifications

    Phillips County Assessor Doug Kamery would like Phillips County citizens to know that Colorado law requires the county assessor to hear objections to real property classifications and valuations beginning no later than May 1. Objections to the valuation ...