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  • Horror movie filmed in Haxtun to premiere at Peerless in May

    Fourteen straight days of filming added to rough cut work, editing, sound, music and color, and 10 months later the movie “At Granny’s House” should be ready for its debut. The first premiere for the movie is set for Saturday, May 30, at the Peerles...
  • Wray Museum to host 1930s event

    The 2015 Valentine’s “Wit and Wisdom of the 1930s” will be held Sunday, Feb. 15, at 1 p.m. at the Wray Museum and is sponsored by the East Yuma County Historical Society. The event includes an afternoon of humorous readings, poetry and music from th...
  • Voice of Ag

    Last week, in front of the Senate Ag committee, William Fischer of Fort Collins quoted Elwood Mead (a respected and well known CSU professor, Colorado state engineer and water system designer of the 19th century) when he said, “He who expects the letter...
  • It's the Pitts

    No bull Have you attended one of these auctions where bulls are sold in a theater-like setting, displayed on a big screen and aren’t run through the ring? It’s heresy, I say! Pure laziness! I think a purebred Brangus breeder in Texas was the first t...
  • Extension Corner

    FireWise landscaping Have you ever considered that the types of plants and their proximity to your home can actually save your home from catching fire in the event of a wildfire? FireWise plants can reduce the amount of potential fuel during a wildfire....
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoFeb. 11, 2010 Jamie Adkins will bring his one-man show, Circus INcognitus, to Holyoke on Feb. 18 as part of the Phillips County Arts Council’s 2009-10 season. Holyoke Police Department vehicles were evaluated, and city council members ap...
  • March drives demand for answers in Schelling case

    Questions of service, protection, peace and most importantly justice swirled in the wind outside the Pueblo Police Department’s Municipal Justice Center in the late morning of Saturday, Feb. 7. A “Justice Walk” for Kelsie Schelling was about to begi...
  • March drives demand for answers in Schelling case

    Questions of service, protection, peace and most importantly justice swirled in the wind outside the Pueblo Police Department’s Municipal Justice Center in the late morning of Saturday, Feb. 7. A “Justice Walk” for Kelsie Schelling was about to begi...
  • John Schneider appointed to fill Council vacancy

    John Schneider was selected as the newest member of the Holyoke City Council at the Tuesday, Feb. 3, meeting. Schneider will fill the vacancy left by David Churchwell, who resigned in early January. “I have experienced and appreciated the many wonderfu...
  • John Schneider appointed to fill Council vacancy

    John Schneider was selected as the newest member of the Holyoke City Council at the Tuesday, Feb. 3, meeting. Schneider will fill the vacancy left by David Churchwell, who resigned in early January. “I have experienced and appreciated the many wonderfu...
  • Quilts of Valor offer comfort and healing

    On a mission to show support for servicepersons, 11 women took their sewing machines, talent and heart to Creative Traditions in Holyoke Saturday, Feb. 7, where they completed 240 quilt blocks for three full quilts in the Quilts of Valor national sew day....
  • Quilts of Valor offer comfort and healing

    On a mission to show support for servicepersons, 11 women took their sewing machines, talent and heart to Creative Traditions in Holyoke Saturday, Feb. 7, where they completed 240 quilt blocks for three full quilts in the Quilts of Valor national sew day....
  • Superintendent search nears application deadline

    With a Feb. 12 application deadline, the search for a new superintendent for Holyoke School District Re-1J moves steadily along. Board members finalized some details for the search process at a work session following the Tuesday, Feb. 3, board meeting. ...
  • Superintendent search nears application deadline

    With a Feb. 12 application deadline, the search for a new superintendent for Holyoke School District Re-1J moves steadily along. Board members finalized some details for the search process at a work session following the Tuesday, Feb. 3, board meeting. ...
  • Around Town

    Chocolate Affair is Sunday Delightful desserts and sweets can be sampled at the Phillips County Historical Society’s annual Chocolate Affair Sunday, Feb. 15, from 1:30-4 p.m. at Phillips County Museum in Holyoke.   Input sought for park plans P...
  • Rising stars root for Dragons at cheer clinic

    Close to 50 aspiring cheerleaders took to the court Saturday, Jan. 31, to woo the crowd with the annual cheer clinic entertainment. The young students performed as part of the Green Out night activities during breaks in the Holyoke Dragon basketball game...
  • HHS wrestlers win 4 of 6 against SCF

    Under the spotlight on the Dragon mats, HHS wrestlers won four of six matches against Sedgwick County-Fleming Thursday, Jan. 29. Match wins were earned by Luke Stewart, Eric Rojo, Dylon Lousberg and Nick Ortner. Because Holyoke had to give up five match...
  • U.S. Air Force honors Besse

    Capt. Derrick Besse, U.S. Air Force, is pictured second from left as he accepts the Senior Company Grade Officer of the Year award at the annual awards banquet at Dover Downs, Dover AFB, Del., Friday, Jan. 30. He will now go on to compete for the Air Mobi...
  • Ayoub added to ‘50 rural hospital CEOs to know’

    Melissa Memorial Hospital administrator John Ayoub was recently named to the 2015 edition of Becker’s Hospital Review’s list of “50 rural hospital CEOs to know.” Ayoub said it was an unexpected acknowledgement, but he was certainly honored by the...
  • Mack Bailey back in Holyoke for Sunday Arts Council concert

    When Mack Bailey performed in Holyoke for Phillips County Arts Council’s last season, the audience was mesmerized by his strong, expressive voice and his sensitive original songs. This year, he returns with his wife, Rachel Levy, a musician in her own r...