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  • Progressive 15 provides resolution in support

    Progressive 15 has approved a resolution in support of the brief and map that CLUB 20, through its attorneys, Marcus Lock and Kendall Burgemeister of Bratton Hill Wilderson and Lock, LLC, has filed an Amicus Curiae or Friend of the Court Brief with the De...
  • Six candidates seek four School Board seats

    Six candidates are seeking election to four open seats on Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education in the Nov. 1 election. Mail ballots have been sent to all “active” registered voters in the school district which includes east Phillips Count...
  • One-ring act is crowd pleaser

    A packed crowd witnessed a great show Wednesday night, Oct. 12 at the Family Big Top Circus. The tent went up Wednesday morning and was packed full for the night show. Jordan Dresdner and his amazing balancing act was one of many that drew cheers from the...
  • Dragons to State softball for 2nd straight year

    HHS softball is state-bound for the second straight year. The Lady Dragons pulled off a phenomenal 3-2 win over Limon in district tournament action in Burlington Saturday, Oct. 15 to advance to the regional/state tourney at the Aurora Sports Complex Frid...
  • New state-of-art car wash now open

    “It’s quite a machine,” Arlan Scholl said of the new car wash system that was recently installed at Scholl Service Center at 625 E. Denver St. in Holyoke. Work began in July and was completed last week with some small tweaking still being done to ...
  • 'Fear the Flame' celebrated for HHS Homecoming

    Seniors Emily Bradley and Alex Quintana were crowned queen and king during halftime of the football game against Akron Friday night, Oct. 7.Sophomore Eva Penzing rolls a tire during her leg of a relay race Thursday morning during the HHS Homecoming Olympi...
  • Scheunemanns celebrates 112 years

    Holyoke’s main street landscape has changed considerably in the last century, with hitching posts replaced by paved parking spots and dozens of colorful business storefronts calling downtown home over the years. Despite all the changes, one family-o...
  • Overtime to continue for two full-time officers

    Holyoke City Council members voted during their Tuesday, Oct. 4 meeting to extend overtime pay for Holyoke Police Department officers. The city is down to two full-time officers, and the two part-time officers will be very limited during the month of O...
  • School sees increased pupil count

    Tentative numbers from the Oct. 1 school count show Holyoke School District with 593 students, an increase of 19 from last year’s count. It’s the most students in the district since 2005-06. A report on enrollment history and class sizes was presen...
  • Dragons stay in stride with Rams until 4th

    It was almost a magical homecoming for the Holyoke Dragons Friday night, Oct. 7. With the game tied at 19 early in the fourth quarter, the Dragons and their fans felt something special was going to happen. The Rams however, had other plans. They scored 1...
  • Volleyball lands one win, three losses last weekend

    Even though the HHS gym was decked out in green and gold last Friday night, Oct. 7, Holyoke Lady Dragon volleyball lost their Homecoming match against Akron. They gave the Rams a big win as Holyoke lost in three sets 13-25, 14-25 and 14-25. Coach Scott...
  • HHS gym to go pink Oct. 20

    In recognition of breast cancer awareness month, Holyoke volleyball players have challenged their fans to pink out the HHS gymnasium Thursday, Oct. 20 when they face Haxtun. HHS senior volleyball player Erin Lebsack is spearheading the pink out game—th...
  • Softball regular season finale postponed until Wednesday

    Damp weather conditions Saturday, Oct. 8 postponed the regular season finale for the Holyoke Dragon softball team. The varsity doubleheader with Burlington has been rescheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 12 at 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. in Holyoke. Those games are cruc...
  • Two novice hunting opportunities planned

    Two hunts are scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 29 and Saturday, Nov. 5 for novice hunters in the Holyoke area. These hunts are a great opportunity for novice, first-time hunters to learn about their firearm, safety in the field, marksmanship, ethics and hunt...
  • VFW state meeting to be held in Fort Morgan

    Members from throughout the state will be heading to northeastern Colorado to attend the state VFW Post and Auxiliary council meeting at Post 2551 in Fort Morgan Saturday-Sunday, Oct. 22-23. Registration will begin at 10 a.m. Saturday. Any member is welc...
  • Become a master gardener

    The Colorado Master Gardener program in the Golden Plains Area is accepting applications this fall with a Dec. 1 deadline. Classes are taught in different counties within the Golden Plains Area by distance education. Classes are held on Monday and Wednesd...
  • Haynes ranked 5th

    Gale L. and Cynthia Haynes ranked as fifth largest in registering the most Angus beef cattle in Colorado, having recorded 181 head of Angus with the American Angus Association (AAA) during fiscal year 2011, which ended Sept. 30, according to AAA’s CEO B...
  • Hunter safety class starts Friday

    A hunter safety class will be offered Friday-Sunday, Oct. 14-16 in Holyoke. The Friday class will be held from 6-9 p.m. The Saturday class will be held 9 a.m.-5 p.m. with a break for lunch. The class on Sunday will meet from 1-5 p.m. Classes will be hel...
  • Extension Corner

    4-H gearing up for a new year Did you happen to see the large hay bales, which were all sporting assorted 4-H decorations, sitting around town last week? Or maybe you heard local students promoting 4-H on the radio? If you noticed just a bit more green ...
  • It's the Pitts

    The theoretical burger The cattle business has been my lunch ticket forever so you can imagine how horrified I was to read that Dutch scientists are working on making a lab-burger that, theoretically at least, could provide an alternative to beef. I rea...