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  • Dog days of summer

    Sunny days and hot temps greeted fair-goers at the Phillips County Fair last week, and even though it brought a whole new meaning to the phrase “hot dog,” people of all ages and their furry companions hit the midway for a variety of events. Isabelle A...
  • Dog days of summer

    Sunny days and hot temps greeted fair-goers at the Phillips County Fair last week, and even though it brought a whole new meaning to the phrase “hot dog,” people of all ages and their furry companions hit the midway for a variety of events. Isabelle A...
  • Motocross, tough trucks and more are big hits

    A couple of new events were a big hit with fairgoers during the 2011 Phillips County Fair. County residents used the summertime attraction to celebrate the “Country Strong” theme and hang out with friends and family while enjoying many events. Fair b...
  • Motocross, tough trucks and more are big hits

    A couple of new events were a big hit with fairgoers during the 2011 Phillips County Fair. County residents used the summertime attraction to celebrate the “Country Strong” theme and hang out with friends and family while enjoying many events. Fair b...
  • Hospital board hopes clinic changes will continue to be positive

    With the hope to get the board more involved with changes occurring within Family Practice of Holyoke, East Phillips County Hospital District board members listened to a report from clinic director Melissa Mayden outlining process mapping efforts during t...
  • Hospital board hopes clinic changes will continue to be positive

    With the hope to get the board more involved with changes occurring within Family Practice of Holyoke, East Phillips County Hospital District board members listened to a report from clinic director Melissa Mayden outlining process mapping efforts during t...
  • Homesteaders Park project awarded Waste Tire Grant

    Last month Phillips County received notice of approval of a $44,400 Waste Tire grant for the universally accessible playground project at Homesteaders Park. The grant, funded through Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, is part of a prog...
  • Homesteaders Park project awarded Waste Tire Grant

    Last month Phillips County received notice of approval of a $44,400 Waste Tire grant for the universally accessible playground project at Homesteaders Park. The grant, funded through Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, is part of a prog...
  • Get 'Country Strong' at the Phillips County Fair

    With the 2011 Phillips County Fair underway, there are many activities for the public to get involved with over the next few days while staying “Country Strong.”   Friday events planned With many things happening Friday, July 29 at the Phillip...
  • Council provides extra duty pay to police officers

    Looking back, Holyoke City Council members decided to provide a one-time extra duty compensation wage to two Holyoke police officers. The vote came during the council’s Tuesday, July 19 meeting. Acting police chief Doug Bergstrom and officer Damon Elli...
  • Area communities join forces for Feed My Starving Children

    Hunger is a very real problem all across the globe, but because of the generous and enthusiastic support of volunteers last week, 623 children will be fed for one full year. Area communities partnered with Crossroads Wesleyan Church in Imperial, Neb. to ...
  • Saturday bratwurst feed to benefit Orphan Grain Train

    Orphan Grain Train will benefit from the bratwurst and hot dog feed Saturday, July 30 after the Phillips County Fair parade at the Vets Hall in Holyoke. Phillips County Thrivent chapter, representing Lutheran churches of Phillips County, is sponsoring th...
  • Bike and Build riders camp out in Holyoke

    After a 98-mile ride from McCook, Neb., 33 Bike and Build riders made their way into Holyoke Wednesday night, July 20. Phillips County Event Center served as the group’s home Wednesday night. They were very appreciative of the hospitality as 98 miles i...
  • Pie, ice cream social attracts visitors at Phillips Co. Museum

    A pie and ice cream social at Phillips County Museum in Holyoke Sunday afternoon, July 24 brought visitors to the museum for good food, fellowship and reminiscing amongst the vast displays. Charley Triplette cranks the ice cream maker for a tasty peach c...
  • Chase County Fair's 'Buy in July' promo ends this week

    Chase County Fair-goers have just a few more days to take advantage of the “Buy in July” promotion for the fair’s Friday and Saturday night grandstand music shows, Aug. 19-20, in Imperial, Neb. The promotion includes a $5 cheaper individual ticket ...
  • No matter what one you pick, it's still hot

    For the fourth consecutive day, temperatures on local banks read into triple digits Tuesday, July 19. Banks showed temperatures ranging from 102-107 last Tuesday afternoon. The extreme heat rolled into the area Saturday, July 16 and hung around most of la...
  • Schneider attends conference in Europe

    Through the Global Young Leaders Conference (GYLC), HHS junior Rachel Schneider spent July 3-15 exploring European culture. Schneider first became involved in GYLC after being nominated by Sandra Rahe for a state leadership conference in Denver. Schneide...
  • Re-1J board meets Tuesday, Aug. 2

    Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education will meet Tuesday, Aug. 2 at 8 p.m. in HJHS Room 218. The superintendent’s report will include a back-to-school overview, staff handbook changes for 2011-12 and grading pilot program report. Action item...
  • Price graduates

    Brandon Price graduated Cum Laude from Iowa Lakes Community College in Estherville, Iowa Friday, May 13. The 2009 HHS graduate earned an associate in applied science degree in wind energy and turbine technology and is a field technician with Seaman Corpo...
  • College News

    Marissa Smith was recently named to the Dean’s Academic List at Colorado State University for her 4.0 GPA during the spring semester. Students on the list must earn a minimum 3.90 GPA and be enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit hours. Smith, a 2010 HHS ...