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  • Wages volunteer firefighters honored during Sunday fundraiser

    Three Wages Volunteer Fire Department fire fighters were recognized for the service to their community Sunday night, June 10 during their annual fundraiser at the WVFD fire hall. Not only was it a time to gather for some good fun and barbecue, but a time...
  • City Council discusses traffic visibility issues

    Holyoke Council members discussed parking visibility issues along Highway 6 between Interocean and Baxter at the conclusion of the Tuesday, June 5 meeting. Mayor Orville Tonsing said it is nearly impossible to see oncoming traffic when entering Denver St...
  • Stop, take a look, make sure it’s the right angle

    Ever take a photo and it looks like a pole is growing out of someone’s head? What about horns, or even wings? It seems all too often a photo gets taken and at the time it looks great, but it can look a lot better if one thinks and plans ahead. Often o...
  • I'm Just Cookin'

    Hello, friends! Welcome to my new recipe column, I’m Just Cookin’. Whether you are a stay-at-home mom, a grandparent or a young adult, we all have to eat, so we might as well have fun cooking! Planning meals and cooking can be a burden for most peop...
  • Dandelion Daze cruisin’ into town Fri.-Sat.

    Dandelion Daze promises to be an exciting event filled with cars, games, sales, food and lots of fun. The 12th annual Dandelion Daze car show, sponsored by the Holyoke Chamber of Commerce, begins Friday and runs throughout Saturday afternoon, June 16. F...
  • Families needed for 4-H exchange

    Host families are needed for 20 inbound Japanese boys and girls, ages 12-21, coming to Colorado through the 2012 inbound Colorado-Japan Teen Exchange. Hosting dates are July 23-Aug. 18 or July 25-Aug. 18. This program is coordinated through Colorado Stat...
  • Green and Growing

    Colorado State Extension Agents are collaborating with corn breeders to evaluate corn fields for western corn rootworm damage this summer. Extension agents Ron Meyer, Wilma Trujillo, Alan Helm and Bruce Bosley will be working on a Monsanto Company projec...
  • Grasshoppers are hatching in northeast Colorado

    The 2012 grasshopper hazard map, based on the 2011 survey of adult grasshopper activity conducted by USDA-APHIS-PPQ shows that there will be low to moderate grasshopper populations in northeastern Colorado with the exception of small localized spots with ...
  • FSA announces loan availability

    Nebraska Governor Dave Heineman on Oct. 19, 2011 requested disaster designation for four Nebraska counties due to losses caused by severe storms with excessive rain, flash flooding, hail and high winds that occurred May 23-Aug. 11, 2011. Along with the f...
  • Wauneta to have farmers market

    Members of the Wauneta community (15 miles north of Wray or 21 miles south of Holyoke) are starting a new outdoor Farmers and Flea Market this summer. The starting date will be Thursday, June 28 and will run from 10 a.m.-noon every Thursday through the s...
  • Finals exemption focus changes to achievement incentive program

    Holyoke School District’s incentive program for students in grades 7-12 exempting out of the last couple days of each semester has been recommended to operate largely as it has in the past. Current revised criteria in the areas of grade point average, ...
  • School faces another challenging budget year

    Considering reduction in per-pupil revenue for the third year in a row, alongside the rising costs of doing business, the Holyoke School District Re-1J budget year is incredibly challenging, once again. Such was the message from Supt. Bret Miles as he pr...
  • Re-1J board to meet June 19

    Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education will meet Tuesday, June 19 at 8 p.m. in HJHS Room #218. The superintendent’s report will include 2012-13 June budget presentation, construction project report, 2012-13 school calendar, board policies, JR...
  • NJC students named to spring honor roll

    Northeastern Junior College has released its honor roll list for the spring semester and reports that 170 students were given high academic achievement recognition. Sixty-nine students made the President’s List by earning a 4.0 GPA. Students earning a ...
  • Kramer family enjoys 2012 annual reunion

    The annual Kramer family reunion was held Saturday, June 9 at Phillips County Event Center with 105 attending. Descendants of Edward, Albert, Harry, Vern, Robert, Elsie and Norma Jean were in attendance. Former Holyoke residents who attended were Darrel ...
  • Quilts of the Plains set June 23 in Wray

    Wray’s 13th annual outdoor quilt show, “Quilts of the Plains,” will be held Saturday, June 23 from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. on Main Street and the Wray Museum. Presented by the City of Wray, the show is hosted by the Wray Chamber of Commerce with multiple spo...
  • MV Equipment Community Calendar

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  • Take me out to the ball game

    Gunnar Kroeger rounds second base during Holyoke’s Babe Ruth win over Oshkosh.Marques Harvey leaps up in the air to make a nice catch at first baselast week during Babe Ruth play against Oshkosh, Neb.Taylor Mayden had a nice outing on the hill for Holyo...
  • Disc golf course added to park

    David Nygaard aims for the basket to complete hole six on the new disc golf course at Homesteaders Park. The nine-hole course is open to the community and discs are also available from the Extension office for players to borrow.    &nb...
  • Swim team takes 3rd at Wray

    With 33 team members, Holyoke swim team scored 200 points for 3rd place at the Wray meet Saturday, June 9. Goodland took 48 swimmers and placed 1st with 302.5 points, followed by Wray, 50 swimmers, 221; Holyoke, 33, 200; Burlington, 47, 183.5; Colby, 43,...