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  • GOCO grant-writing workshop to be held in Yuma

    Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) staff will hold nine grant-writing workshops throughout the state to assist those applying for local government, park, outdoor recreation and environmental education grants in GOCO’s fall 2012 grant cycle. A workshop in Y...
  • Subway changes ownership, keeps same great food

    As of last Wednesday, June 13, Subway in Holyoke began operating under new ownership with owners Pete and Kristin Sorensen and Phil and Karen Trippet of Fort Collins taking over the local restaurant. The Sorensens first got involved in Subway in Illinois...
  • USDA official visits Holyoke

    USDA Rural Development Deputy Administrator for Rural Utilities Service Jessica Zufolo, pictured in middle, made a visit to Holyoke Wednesday, June 13 to speak with PC Telcom CEO Vince Kropp, at left. PC Telcom was the recipient of broadband funding throu...
  • Grainland looks forward to new chapter at annual meeting

    Grainland Cooperative members experienced a rather short agenda at their annual meeting Tuesday, June 12 at HHS. The member-approved merger was looked back upon and the future outlook was outlined. Board chair Casey Gerk began his report by asking, “W...
  • Peekin' into the past

    Five Years AgoJune 21, 2007 Zach Krueger, a 2007 graduate of HHS, was recently recognized in the Rocky Mountain News as 2A baseball’s Player of the Year. Torrential rains Monday and Tuesday, June 11-12 wreaked havoc mirroring that of the flood of June...
  • I'm Just Sayin'

    Where in the world did you come from? Some time ago at Fellowship of Christian Athletes, I was in a small group with a few junior high girls. We were talking about why genealogy is important in the Bible. You know, what’s-his-name begot so-and-so and ...
  • It's the Pitts

    Decline the coverage Thirty years ago everyone in the purebred cattle business wasn’t in it to improve the genetics of range bulls, or even to make a profit! I wondered if some even liked cattle at all! All they were after were the generous tax write-...
  • The Laughing Mom

    Mommy loses it I tend to be absentminded. It is not a helpful quality in the business of motherhood. As a consequence, I am constantly losing things. I am highly aware of this problem and strive to manage it. That is why, when I set down Melise’s float...
  • Extension Corner

    It’s grilling season—ever grill fruit? Try this yummy summer treat that is new and exciting for your taste buds! Grilling fruit helps to bring out the fruit’s sweetness. Thus, you will be satisfying your sweet-tooth while staying low in fat. Plus, ...
  • Judy Weimer says so long

    Dear Holyoke, I want to thank you all for the wonderful experience I have had in Holyoke. You have trusted me with your health concerns when you were most vulnerable. You shared your wonderful children when they were ill and well. I have enjoyed watchin...
  • Around Town

    ‘Those Were the Days...’ stories due July 1 This is the last chance for people to get family histories, military recognitions and “I remember...” stories into the next edition of “Those Were the Days...” book. Information can be mailed to Phi...
  • Out in full force

    Combines were out in full force this week as the annual summer wheat harvest got under way. This year’s harvest began much earlier than in years past. In fact, many people can’t really remember the last time harvest began as early as it did this year....
  • Out in full force

    Combines were out in full force this week as the annual summer wheat harvest got under way. This year’s harvest began much earlier than in years past. In fact, many people can’t really remember the last time harvest began as early as it did this year....
  • 36 vehicles register for Dandelion Daze car show

    Phillips County Courthouse was the home to several cars, trucks and motorcycles as 36 combined vehicles registered for the 12th annual Dandelion Daze car show Saturday, June 16, sponsored by Holyoke Chamber of Commerce. Temperatures were a bit on the war...
  • 36 vehicles register for Dandelion Daze car show

    Phillips County Courthouse was the home to several cars, trucks and motorcycles as 36 combined vehicles registered for the 12th annual Dandelion Daze car show Saturday, June 16, sponsored by Holyoke Chamber of Commerce. Temperatures were a bit on the war...
  • Home fireworks, open burning banned statewide

    Gov. John Hickenlooper recently signed an executive order that bans open burning and private use of fireworks throughout Colorado because of the very dry conditions and high fire danger. Many residents are wondering how this applies to their summer barbe...
  • Home fireworks, open burning banned statewide

    Gov. John Hickenlooper recently signed an executive order that bans open burning and private use of fireworks throughout Colorado because of the very dry conditions and high fire danger. Many residents are wondering how this applies to their summer barbe...
  • Wieland is hanging it up as wildlife manager

    After serving 30 years for the Colorado Division of Wildlife, Jack Wieland is hanging it up to move on to something else. What, one may ask? Well, he isn’t quite sure yet. Wieland has spent the last 20 years as the district wildlife manager in the Phil...
  • Wieland is hanging it up as wildlife manager

    After serving 30 years for the Colorado Division of Wildlife, Jack Wieland is hanging it up to move on to something else. What, one may ask? Well, he isn’t quite sure yet. Wieland has spent the last 20 years as the district wildlife manager in the Phil...
  • Campers explore paleontology, archeology

    Haxtun Conservation District recently hosted their sixth annual Conservation Camp in Holyoke. Twenty-three students ranging from fourth through eighth grades attended the free two-day camp at Phillips County Event Center Monday-Tuesday, June 4-5, accordin...