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  • A little poke just might protect against the flu

    It’s flu season, and the bug has begun to circle. Staff at Melissa Memorial Hospital said they haven’t seen any patients with major flu symptoms, but it is beginning to get on the minds of everyone. Family Practice of Holyoke has held its annual flu...
  • Hospital board still hashing out master facilities plan

    East Phillips County Hospital Board members held an in-depth discussion for a second time concerning a master facilities plan proposal. During their Tuesday, Oct. 25 meeting, board members decided to bring a member of The Neenan Company to town to hold a...
  • Hospital board still hashing out master facilities plan

    East Phillips County Hospital Board members held an in-depth discussion for a second time concerning a master facilities plan proposal. During their Tuesday, Oct. 25 meeting, board members decided to bring a member of The Neenan Company to town to hold a...
  • Light snow slows harvest but not for long

    A light, wet snow fell over the Holyoke area Wednesday morning, Oct. 26, which took farmers out of the fields for a few days. The tractors in this crew were forced to sit and wait just south of Holyoke. Harvest really picked back up Monday morning, Oct. 3...
  • Light snow slows harvest but not for long

    A light, wet snow fell over the Holyoke area Wednesday morning, Oct. 26, which took farmers out of the fields for a few days. The tractors in this crew were forced to sit and wait just south of Holyoke. Harvest really picked back up Monday morning, Oct. 3...
  • County courthouse steps alternative considered

    While the sidewalk project leading up to the Phillips County Courthouse has been completed, commissioners said the courthouse steps are still under consideration. Rather than completely replacing the steps, another alternative is to repair and resurface ...
  • County courthouse steps alternative considered

    While the sidewalk project leading up to the Phillips County Courthouse has been completed, commissioners said the courthouse steps are still under consideration. Rather than completely replacing the steps, another alternative is to repair and resurface ...
  • Go green: exchange shopping for swapping

    Ever wonder why garage sales are so popular? There are a couple things that make people really excited on those early Saturday mornings. One, they get those “gently-used” items they’ve been wanting at a really cheap price. And two, getting rid of a...
  • Stegomastodon Sandy is on the move

    Randy and Renee Weis were on the move last week with some very precious cargo when they transported Stegomastodon bones from Holyoke to the Denver Museum of Nature & Science Friday morning, Oct. 21. The ancient bones were discovered and excavated this...
  • Owens wins local competition in Lions International Peace Poster Contest

    Rebecca Owens, a sixth-grade student at Holyoke Elementary School, has taken the first step to becoming an internationally recognized artist by winning a local competition sponsored by Holyoke Lions Club. Owens’ poster was among more than 350,000 entri...
  • School performance improvement seen across district

    Increased percentages in performance targets across Holyoke School District Re-1J provided positive news at the Oct. 24 Board of Education meeting. Based on the school performance framework, the board approved accreditation of schools and plan assignment...
  • NRCS state conservationist visits northeast Colorado

    New Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) state conservationist, Phyllis Philipps, and area conservationist, LeRoy Hall, were in Phillips and Sedgwick counties Tuesday, Oct. 18 to tour local conservation practices. Daniel Palic, district conserva...
  • Courthouse receives new sidewalk

    Employees with Phillips County’s Road and Bridge department spent Tuesday, Oct. 18 ripping out the sidewalk in front of the courthouse. Mike Salyards is pictured above directing the tractor as it rips up old concrete. Below, a crew works to pour cement ...
  • 8 attend National FFA Conv.

    Eight Holyoke High School students attended the 84th Annual National FFA Convention Oct. 19-22 in Indianapolis, Ind. The students attending were Spencer Kotch, Harry Paulin, Jacinda Krueger, Wyatt Bishop, Kody Timm, Nick Ortner, Nathan Miles and Stefani ...
  • Gales joins Bank of CO

    Bank of Colorado has announced Brian Gales has been hired as lending officer and Raymond James financial advisor in Holyoke. Gales brings several years of lending and financial experience to Bank of Colorado. He will be involved in all consumer-related l...
  • Character workshop Nov. 14 in Julesburg

    Sedgwick County Character Council will host Character Workshop III “Relationship Management” Monday, Nov. 14 at the Julesburg Fire Hall, beginning at 8:30 a.m. Sharon Crist, marketing public relations manager for PC Telcom in Holyoke, will present th...
  • SourceGas files annual gas cost adjustment with CPUC

    SourceGas Distribution LLC announced the company has filed its annual Gas Cost Adjustment (GCA) with the Colorado Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) for its northeastern service area. The filing reflects an increase of approximately $8.81 per month, or 16...
  • News of U.S. Military persons

    Capt. Jonathan Kleve After an impressive service, Capt. Jonathan Kleve separated from active duty Sept. 30. As a United States Air Force helicopter pilot and a fixed-wing aircraft pilot, he served several tours to Iraq as well as various other tours aro...
  • Golden makes third donation to Locks of Love

    Holyoke sixth-grader Mackenzie Golden, 11, recently chopped 10 inches of hair off her head to make a donation to Locks of Love. This was the third time she braved the scissors to donate to the organization. She is the daughter of Jo Watkins of Holyoke. Co...
  • School Board to meet

    The next meeting of Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education will be Tuesday, Nov. 1 at 8 p.m. in HJHS Room #218. The superintendent’s report will include a grading pilot update, fall sports report from the athletic director and personnel polic...