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  • Musicians earn top ratings in Ogallala

    Thirty-six vocal and instrumental students in grades 5-8 recently competed in the annual Ogallala, Neb. Middle School solo and ensemble music contest. Holyoke was well represented as the students performed for an audience and an adjudicator Saturday, Apri...
  • T.U.N.E. at Camp Machasay April 26-28

    Eastern Colorado T.U.N.E.—The Ultimate Nature Experience—is set for Friday-Sunday, April 26-28 at Camp Machasay in northeast Phillips County. Colorado Pheasants Forever and Youth Challenge are co-sponsoring the youth camp for ages 10-17. Young peopl...
  • College Friday is this week

    On Friday, April 12, proud alumni and students from colleges and universities near and far have an opportunity to celebrate higher education and show their pride by wearing the gear of their favorite college or university on College Friday. College In Co...
  • Pies fly for P.I.E.

    If nothing else, the whipped cream tasted good, said three brave administrators as they sacrificed a pie in the face for the annual Partners In Education (P.I.E.) Carnival for Classrooms last Friday, April 5 at Holyoke Elementary School. Superintendent B...
  • Janna Smith named Rising Star

    Two Northeastern Junior College students were recently recognized as Rising Stars on the Sterling campus. Janna Smith of Holyoke and Stephen Geu of Peetz, both sophomores, were recognized along with 22 other honorees from the 13 colleges that make up the ...
  • Winds of change start in NE CO

    Rural Solutions, NexEra Energy Resources partner for Child Abuse Prevention MonthPinwheels will be springing up in communities across northeast Colorado during April to observe Child Abuse Prevention Month. Rural Solutions and NextEra Energy Resources hav...
  • I'm Just Cookin'

    Can't get much better than this!Poke-and-pour cakes have become a standard in my house as I was growing up, and it’s not that my family members are great cooks, either! With just a little love and care, you can turn a plain cake mix into something truly...
  • Sterling movie performance is organ, vocal student benefit

    The Ivan E. Rundus Foundation is sponsoring a benefit for organ and vocal students with a movie performance of “Once in a Lullaby: The PS22 Chorus Story,” to be presented at the Fox Theatre in Sterling Sunday afternoon, April 21 at 1:30 p.m. Tickets ...
  • Dragons take down Cougars in doubleheader

    Holyoke bats continued to stay hot during the Dragon baseball team’s 14-9 and 10-0 home victories over Burlington Tuesday, April 2. HHS is clicking on all cylinders as they consistently put runners on base on offense while Dragon pitchers have given up...
  • Dragon baseball team improves to 8-0 with 2 wins over Merino

    Holyoke is proving they are a top team in 2A as they notched two more wins against Merino Saturday, April 6 to improve to 8-0 on the year. The Rams were the latest victims of the shutdown defense and explosive offense of the Dragons. HHS put on a hittin...
  • Vieselmeyer named to Denver Post All-State basketball list

    HHS senior Erin Vieselmeyer earned honorable mention All-State basketball honors for her performance on the court this past season, as reported in The Denver Post Saturday, April 6. Mike Neill, Yuma girls’ basketball coach who owns State Farm Agency of...
  • HHS golfers second in Burlington

    Girls’ golf at Holyoke High School had another successful outing as the varsity team took second place at the Thursday, April 4 Burlington Invitational. Just three strokes separated Holyoke, 325, from the first-place Yuma Indians, 322, in the round of ...
  • College news

    Phawn Carper, a senior at the University of Northern Colorado, was inducted into Mortar Board Sunday, April 7. Mortar Board is the premier national honor society recognizing college seniors for achievements in scholarship, leadership and service. Carper ...
  • Authentic Mexican cuisine offered at Gonzalez Mercado

    It is an exciting time for José Gonzalez and his wife Alicia Ruiz as they see their dream of owning a restaurant become reality in Holyoke. After purchasing Amanda’s Mercado, located at 430 E. Denver St., from Ramón Dominguez, the couple officially b...
  • PC Telcom sets annual meeting for April 11

    PC Telcom will host its annual meeting Thursday, April 11 at Holyoke High School. A catered meal will be served in the HHS old gym at 5:30 p.m. with the meeting to follow at 6:45 p.m. in the school auditorium. PC Telcom members will elect two directors ...
  • Nebraska Cattlemen's Ball gets Corvette donation to aid cause

    This year’s Cattlemen’s Ball goal of clearing $2 million for cancer research in Nebraska got a big boost with the donation of a 2013 Chevy Corvette from Harchelroad Motors, Inc., of Imperial, Neb., and Wauneta, Neb. The Corvette donated by Harchelroa...
  • Extension Corner

    Why prepare for Financial Literacy Month? April is Financial Literacy Month. Financial literacy is so important to our health and well-being that there is a special time that information is shared and encouraged. Just as we all have made our New Year’s...
  • The Senior Snippet

    Residents of a long-term care facility/community Residents have: The right to have the facility provide for an ongoing program of activities designed to meet (in accordance with the comprehensive assessment) the interests and the physical, mental and ps...
  • Peekin' into the past

    Five Years AgoApril 10, 2008 Tim Bartels of Scottsbluff, Neb., recently purchased the former Pix grocery store building at 128 S. Campbell Ave. and is in the process of remodeling and adding new areas. Bartels, owner and manager of Holyoke General Store,...
  • County nonprofits can apply for funds

    For the 17th year in a row, Group Publishing is giving away cash awards to a variety of northern Colorado charities. Every year, Group gives a portion of its profits back to the community. Since 1997, Group has donated almost a million dollars to charita...