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  • NCHD recognized for public health emergency preparedness

    As local health departments nationwide strive to protect the public from new and infectious diseases, bioterrorism, natural disasters and other public health threats, the National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) has recognized the...
  • Yuma Art Show is Oct. 1-6

    Celebrate autumn at the Yuma Art Show Oct. 1-6 at First Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall, 110 W. 4th Ave. in Yuma. Work can be entered Friday, Sept. 30 from 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Bob Coonts, fine artist from Fort Collins, will judge the show. His work reflec...
  • Walking School Bus the first step to healthy habits

    With child obesity on the rise in the United States, over 100 Holyoke students, parents and volunteers took the first step to becoming more active at the kickoff to the Walking School Bus program. Friday, Sept. 2 the group gathered at Holyoke Ball Park, m...
  • Workshop addresses disease

    Nobody wants to have a chronic long-term illness.Unfortunately, most will experience two or more of these conditions during their lives. Rural Solutions is offering a workshop that helps with the challenges of living with an ongoing health condition such...
  • Dragons claim two wins at Yuma

    HHS softball boosted its season record to 4-0 Saturday, Sept. 3 when the Lady Dragons earned two victories at Yuma in the varsity doubleheader. Holyoke won the first game 10-8 and backed that up with a 9-3 victory. “The girls knew the pressure was on ...
  • FB opens with impressive win

    After nearly four and a half hours, the Dragons captured their first win of the 2011 football season. Holyoke traveled to Valor Christian High School Friday, Sept. 2 to face the Hayden Tigers and came away with a 34-9 victory. It didn’t come easy, howe...
  • Lady Dragons fall in close season-opener

    HHS Lady Dragons opened their 2011 volleyball season with a disappointing loss at home to the Wray Eagles. The girls came out strong, winning the first game 25-13. Scores were back and forth after that with a 19-25 loss, a 25-20 win and an 18-25 loss. Ho...
  • Golf results reported

    Four Dragon golfers participated in the Estes Park High School Invitational Thursday, Sept. 1 in Estes Park. The Dragons finished tied for ninth with 248 points. Kent Hiller led the Dragons after carding an 81. Coleton Spitz followed with an 82. Deyten ...
  • Jr. high volleyball is off to a great start

    HJHS volleyball is off to a great start after the Thursday, Sept. 1 opener in the Dragon JH gym. Hosting Haxtun, the Lady Dragons won A team competition in three games, B team in two and fell in three in the C team games. “I think the girls elevated t...
  • New airport pads used by twin jets

    A pair of Learjet 45 (twin-jet) planes was the first to try out the newly finished parking pads at Holyoke Municipal Airport Tuesday night, Aug. 30. City Supt. Mark Brown said the pads were opened Sunday after the concrete and asphalt had time to set. The...
  • Thompson, Roberts win Labor Day golf

    Jeremy Thompson and Josh Roberts made it three straight when they won the Sept. 3-4 Labor Day weekend golf scramble at Holyoke Golf Course. The duo shot a 130 to take the win. They won the 2010 Labor Day tournament with a 127 and then a six-hole playoff....
  • Local drivers well represented at races

    Local drivers were represented well Sunday, Sept. 4 at Phillips County Raceway. Although a Holyoke driver didn’t take a checkered flag, four drivers finished in runner-up positions. Holyoke runner-up drivers in their respective races were Garrett Sporh...
  • Skolds recognized for centennial farm

    The Skold family farm located 18 miles northwest of Holyoke was recently honored as a Colorado Centennial Farm. The recognition occurred at the Colorado State Fair in Pueblo Friday, Aug. 26. Situated in the country right in the center of Holyoke, Haxtun ...
  • Carlstrom honored on retirement

    Lonnie Carlstrom, pictured in center, receives a watch in honor of his 25 years of service in grain accounting and as safety manager at Grainland Cooperative in Amherst and Haxtun. He was honored at a reception last Wednesday, Aug. 31, as he retired from...
  • Phillips Co. FSA News

    Foreign persons must report U.S. agricultural land holdings Phillips County USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) executive director Ron Koberstein reminds foreign persons with an interest in agricultural lands in the United States that they are required to rep...
  • Ag internship open in Washington D.C.

    Colorado Corn Growers Association (CCGA) and National Corn Growers Association (NCGA) are pleased to announce a public policy internship opportunity in Washington, D.C. for a college junior or senior during the spring semester 2012. The program is a grea...
  • Workshops scheduled for managing tough ag times

    Managing Tough Times workshops, where agricultural producers and spouses learn about practices their family can use to reduce financial, production and human risks, are scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 13 in Akron and Wednesday, Oct. 5 in Holyoke. The worksh...
  • Class of 2001 gathers for 10-year reunion

    Members of the HHS Class of 2001 enjoyed their 10-year reunion in Holyoke this past weekend. Class members who attended are pictured from left, front row, Anna Wall of New York City, N.Y., Sherrill Sandstrom of Denver, Sarah Jones Hoover of Denver, Sherry...
  • Scheunemann's sign receives face lift

    A crew with Andersen Sign Co. from Ogallala, Neb. spent much of the day Tuesday, Aug. 30 giving the sign at Scheunemann’s Department Store a face lift. The bright bluegreen paint brought a little life back to the sign that hangs on one of the oldest bus...
  • CO FSA announces loan availability

    President Barack Obama recently declared two Colorado counties contiguous due to losses caused by severe storms, tornadoes, straight-line wind and flooding that occurred June 19-21, 2011. Yuma and Phillips are the Colorado contiguous counties. The design...