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  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoDec. 10, 2009 A standards-based report card is a new concept, and Holyoke Elementary School is studying it in order to create one that works for the district. Snow began to fall late Saturday, Dec. 5, with nearly 5 inches accumulating by S...
  • Classic, comforting soup gets a pork-inspired twist

    “If I wasn’t a BBQ expert, I’d be cooking soups like this one all day long,” said Chef Ray Lampe, BBQ expert and author of the just-released cookbook, “Pork Chop.” He’s referring to his modern interpretation of a classic comfort food dish, P...
  • Ambulance services seeking volunteers

    Emergency Medical Services are an important part of the well-being and security of any community. The services in Phillips County are voluntary and provided not by requirement, but through a feeling of moral and ethical responsibility. “The hardest thi...
  • Ambulance services seeking volunteers

    Emergency Medical Services are an important part of the well-being and security of any community. The services in Phillips County are voluntary and provided not by requirement, but through a feeling of moral and ethical responsibility. “The hardest thi...
  • Superintendent search begins

    When Holyoke Re-1J School Superintendent Bret Miles was offered the executive director position for Northeast BOCES, starting July 1, 2015, the local district moved into superintendent search mode. Miles’ employment offer was confirmed at the Nov. 24 B...
  • Superintendent search begins

    When Holyoke Re-1J School Superintendent Bret Miles was offered the executive director position for Northeast BOCES, starting July 1, 2015, the local district moved into superintendent search mode. Miles’ employment offer was confirmed at the Nov. 24 B...
  • Spread holiday cheer, not the flu

    With holiday festivities in full swing, good health is at the top of the request list for Santa. Nobody wants to miss out on all the Christmas fun by being stuck in bed with the flu. Many Holyoke residents have taken precautions by getting an annual flu ...
  • Spread holiday cheer, not the flu

    With holiday festivities in full swing, good health is at the top of the request list for Santa. Nobody wants to miss out on all the Christmas fun by being stuck in bed with the flu. Many Holyoke residents have taken precautions by getting an annual flu ...
  • Fatality accident reported Friday

    Paul Bornhoft, 86, of Fleming, died as the result of a vehicle accident on Highway 385 five miles south of Holyoke Friday, Dec. 5, at about 2:45 p.m. Bornhoft, in a 1989 Pontiac Bonneville, and Hans Myers Jr. of Wray, in a 2015 Ford pickup, were both tra...
  • Fatality accident reported Friday

    Paul Bornhoft, 86, of Fleming, died as the result of a vehicle accident on Highway 385 five miles south of Holyoke Friday, Dec. 5, at about 2:45 p.m. Bornhoft, in a 1989 Pontiac Bonneville, and Hans Myers Jr. of Wray, in a 2015 Ford pickup, were both tra...
  • Around Town

    Band concert next Thursday Holyoke band students in grades 5-12 as well as the jazz band will entertain at a holiday concert Thursday, Dec. 18, at 7 p.m. in the HHS auditorium. Bands are under the direction of Greg Wakeman.   Lighting contest to b...
  • I'm Just Cookin' Holiday Recipe Swap

    Holidays get a little sweeterThe molasses cookies are a family favorite. My great-grandmother made these, and my brother always told me she used more ginger to give them a little bite. I told him if he wanted to make them different, he could make them. I...
  • Hospital board passes 2015 budget, certifies mill levy

    East Phillips County Hospital District board members unanimously passed the operational and capital budgets for 2015 Tuesday night, Nov. 25. The board authorized Hospital Administrator John Ayoub to certify the mill levy on their behalf. As has been the ...
  • HHS wrestling team loaded with leadership; season opens Dec. 4

    With six seniors and six juniors, the 2014-15 HHS wrestling team is loaded with leadership. Coach Brady Walter sees this as a real asset as the upperclassmen help the younger kids benefit in the room. A total of 15 fill the wrestling roster this season,...
  • Team cohesion is swimming strongsuit

    After a short couple of weeks of practice, the Lady Dragon swim team already has great team cohesion, noted coaches Adria Colver and Aly Brinkema. Even though half the team comes from area schools, they gel well with the HHS students, added Colver. Over...
  • HHS cheer team wins Flip and Shout comp.

    Holyoke High School’s fall cheer team claimed first place at the Flip and Shout Competition at the Denver Coliseum Saturday, Nov. 29. “I was really proud of them,” said coach Jennifer Philips. “They were quite tickled to win this event.” Five...
  • ‘Give where you live’ on Colorado Gives Day Tuesday

    In one 24-hour period, residents across the state of Colroado are joining together to raise millions for Colorado nonprofits. Next Tuesday, Dec. 9, is Colorado Gives Day, an event encouraging donors to join the movement and “give where you live.” Co...
  • Hale gets taste of medical field at D.C. conference

    With an interest in the medical field, Cassidy Hale gained valuable knowledge and experience at the Congress of Future Medical Leaders in Washington, D.C., Nov. 14-16. This HHS freshman was nominated to attend the conference where she joined around 8,000...
  • Fall athletes recognized

    Holyoke High School athletes celebrated their accomplishments for the 2014 volleyball, boys’ golf, softball and football seasons at the fall athletic banquet Tuesday, Nov. 25. HHS athletic director Sandra Rahe and team coaches praised the students for ...
  • Loveland dance group represents Colorado in Macy’s Parade

    Julia Ralston, 16-year-old daughter of Ralyn Ralston and granddaughter of Linda Statz of Holyoke, is pictured at front left with the girls from Loveland who traveled to New York City to dance in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. The girls were chosen ...