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  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoMarch 30, 2006 Clyde Duester and Harlan Gohl were recently recognized for their achievements in a John Deere University training program. Duester achieved master level recognition and Gohl earned advanced level honors as service techs for V...
  • Big flakes welcome students to school

    Big white and heavy snowflakes welcomed students to school Tuesday morning, March 29. Although temperatures weren’t too cold, the snow stuck, making streets and sidewalks wet and slippery. These two students were all bundled up as they bounded over pudd...
  • Big flakes welcome students to school

    Big white and heavy snowflakes welcomed students to school Tuesday morning, March 29. Although temperatures weren’t too cold, the snow stuck, making streets and sidewalks wet and slippery. These two students were all bundled up as they bounded over pudd...
  • Hospital donates AED to SunSet View community

    A new Automated External Defibrillator (AED) will be donated to the SunSet View Community Room on behalf of East Phillips County Hospital District (EPCHD). EPCHD board members voted to provide the AED to SunSet View at their Tuesday, March 22 meeting. Th...
  • Hospital donates AED to SunSet View community

    A new Automated External Defibrillator (AED) will be donated to the SunSet View Community Room on behalf of East Phillips County Hospital District (EPCHD). EPCHD board members voted to provide the AED to SunSet View at their Tuesday, March 22 meeting. Th...
  • 4-H students linked to massive Japanese earthquake, tsunami

    The giant magnitude 8.9 earthquake that shook Japan and eventually triggered a tsunami has been in the news since the first rumble was felt Friday, March 11. Many organizations and individuals throughout the world are donating in any way they can think o...
  • 4-H students linked to massive Japanese earthquake, tsunami

    The giant magnitude 8.9 earthquake that shook Japan and eventually triggered a tsunami has been in the news since the first rumble was felt Friday, March 11. Many organizations and individuals throughout the world are donating in any way they can think o...
  • Consortium to identify needs of employers and students

    Employers and educators in Phillips County hope to work together to identify the needs of the county and exactly who might be able to fill those holes. Area employers, education administrators and economic development members met Tuesday morning, March 2...
  • Consortium to identify needs of employers and students

    Employers and educators in Phillips County hope to work together to identify the needs of the county and exactly who might be able to fill those holes. Area employers, education administrators and economic development members met Tuesday morning, March 2...
  • Triathlon starts April 15

    Melissa Memorial Hospital Foundation’s Seventh Annual Amateur Triathlon will begin Friday, April 15 and conclude Monday, May 30. The event will see some changes this year. A noticeable change is the later start date. Event organizers are hoping weather...
  • Triathlon starts April 15

    Melissa Memorial Hospital Foundation’s Seventh Annual Amateur Triathlon will begin Friday, April 15 and conclude Monday, May 30. The event will see some changes this year. A noticeable change is the later start date. Event organizers are hoping weather...
  • 'Bye Bye Birdie' rocks HHS stage

    "Bye Bye Birdie" cast members are pictured from left, front row, Molly Brandt, Brian DeBoer, Ben Martinez, Ella Stewart, Becca Brandt, Jaydin Goldenstein and Payin Becerra; second row, Catrina Krueger, Christa Durbin, Teanna Amaral, Briar Bergner and Aust...
  • Community turns out for fun evening

    Holyoke’s 28th annual Community Night, sponsored and hosted by Holyoke Chamber of Commerce, reported a good turnout Monday night, March 21 at Holyoke High School. The event saw 375 people enjoy the free meal while also visiting the many tables and orga...
  • AWANA clubbers gear up for annual Grand Prix

    With over 50 cars this year, AWANA clubbers and their families sat in suspense to see who would take home top honors from the fourth annual AWANA Grand Prix race Sunday, March 20 at Phillips County Event Center. The racing track, connected to a computer,...
  • Preppin' for the CSAPs

    Taking tests usually doesn’t rank too high on students’ to-do lists, but at Holyoke Elementary last week, students were prepped and ready to go. Physical education instructor Scott Dille, decked out in a retro throwback basketball uniform, climbed ato...
  • Entertainment named for 2011 Chase County Fair in Imperial

    It’s official—contracts for this year’s entertainers at the Chase County Fair in Imperial, Neb. are signed, sealed and delivered. This year’s fair will feature a rock show Friday, Aug. 19, followed by a country show on Saturday, Aug. 20. REO Spe...
  • Council hears K-9 update

    Phillips County Deputy Sheriff Michael Grant said the department’s K-9 dog Ace isn’t performing as well as they hoped, and updated Holyoke City Council members at their meeting Tuesday, March 15. Ace has performed well and has found drugs, according ...
  • Injury prevention program teaches freshmen safety

    Members of the freshman class at Holyoke High School spent the day Thursday, March 17 learning about safety. One student spent the day in a wheelchair, two others wore cervical collars all day and the entire class ate lunch after being “diagnosed” wi...
  • Balance program to begin

    Falling is a normal part of getting older. Due to a new initiative in northeast Colorado, older adults can now participate in a fall prevention program, A Matter of Balance. The next A Matter of Balance program begins Monday, April 11 at Haxtun Community...
  • School considers options for use of Ed Jobs Fund

    Three potential uses for Education Jobs Fund moneys were evaluated by Holyoke School District Re-1J board members at their March 15 meeting. Supt. Bret Miles explained the district is looking at how to use approximately $120,000. The money is from the fe...