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  • Highway 385 maintenance being conducted until Jan. 31

    Colorado Department of Transportation has announced shoulder work will be conducted along Highway 385 south of Holyoke. The work will take place from mile maker 269-274 south of the Phillips/Yuma County line. Work was scheduled to begin Wednesday, Jan. ...
  • Grief support group to meet on Mondays

    Hospice of the Plains is offering a grief support group at the New Life Fellowship Church at 37901 Co. Rd. R, Eckley (two miles west of Eckley on Hwy. 34). The group will meet Monday evenings for eight weeks from Feb. 6-March 26 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. The s...
  • Peekin' into the past

    Five Years AgoJan. 25, 2007 Dean Patterson of Dailey has been named interim pastor at Fairfield Covenant Church on County Road 40 northwest of Holyoke. Travel and Leisure magazine recently ranked Ballyneal Golf Course as “the best new golf course in t...
  • I'm Just Sayin'

    This might just be of some Pinterest you I may have been living under a rock the past year or so, but thankfully one of my good friends just saved me and told me about the phenomenon of Pinterest. I don’t know how I’ve missed it until now! It’s k...
  • Extension Corner

    The most important regular health screenings Many of you have started out the new year with a plan for more exercise and better nutrition. Why? Because it means feeling better, looking better and most importantly, it means better health. Making sure yo...
  • Reader takes issue with Tebow mania and Tebowing

    Dear Editor, One of the best things about Tim Tebow’s joining the NFL is that he is no longer allowed to wear those glare strip scripture verses that Ms. Tomky likes so much. Meanwhile, this whole “Tebowing” phenomenon has “gone viral” to an as...
  • Crowd gets taste of agriculture

    A large crowd ventured out to Phillips County Event Center Monday night, Jan. 23 for Phillips County’s fourth “Taste of Agriculture” event. The event showcased about 38 tables with everything ranging from crepes, shredded goat meat, ice cream, wine,...
  • Crowd gets taste of agriculture

    A large crowd ventured out to Phillips County Event Center Monday night, Jan. 23 for Phillips County’s fourth “Taste of Agriculture” event. The event showcased about 38 tables with everything ranging from crepes, shredded goat meat, ice cream, wine,...
  • Police dept. ready for new vehicle

    Holyoke Police Department will soon have a new vehicle added to its fleet. City Council members unanimously voted Tuesday, Jan. 17 to approve a purchase request from HPD to buy a 2012 Dodge Charger from Wolf Auto to be used as a police vehicle. The depa...
  • Police dept. ready for new vehicle

    Holyoke Police Department will soon have a new vehicle added to its fleet. City Council members unanimously voted Tuesday, Jan. 17 to approve a purchase request from HPD to buy a 2012 Dodge Charger from Wolf Auto to be used as a police vehicle. The depa...
  • Paoli Mayor Harms makes CBS Evening News

    Virgil Harms’ 50-year reign as mayor of Paoli made national news last week when the five-decade mayor was interviewed and featured in a brief segment on CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley Friday, Jan. 20. The day before the South Carolina primary elect...
  • Paoli Mayor Harms makes CBS Evening News

    Virgil Harms’ 50-year reign as mayor of Paoli made national news last week when the five-decade mayor was interviewed and featured in a brief segment on CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley Friday, Jan. 20. The day before the South Carolina primary elect...
  • Phone, e-mail fraud: don't send the money

    “Grandma, I’m in jail. Could you please send me some money?!” A few Phillips County residents have heard this on the other end of their phones, not knowing it wasn’t really their grandchild. The Phillips County Sheriff’s Office (PCSO) along wi...
  • Phone, e-mail fraud: don't send the money

    “Grandma, I’m in jail. Could you please send me some money?!” A few Phillips County residents have heard this on the other end of their phones, not knowing it wasn’t really their grandchild. The Phillips County Sheriff’s Office (PCSO) along wi...
  • Holyoke breezes right by Merino and Wray

    Holyoke boys’ basketball team added a nice pair of wins to their season after convincing victories over Merino and Wray this past weekend. The Dragons pounded the Rams 82-36 Friday, Jan. 13 and beat the Eagles 67-53 Saturday, Jan. 14. Coach Scott Dill...
  • Edmonds, Pelle champs at Chase Co.

    Mark Edmonds at 132 lbs. and Broc Pelle at 170 were named champions in the Jan. 14 Chase County High School Wrestling Invitational in Imperial, Neb. They were the only Dragons to place in the varsity tournament, and coach Jack Garrison said they wrestled...
  • Lady Dragons fall to Merino, beat Wray

    Midway through the basketball season, the Lady Dragons suffered a loss to Merino last Friday night but came away from Wray with a win on Saturday. Coach Arlan Scholl said he was pleased with the effort and hustle the girls gave last weekend. “Our man-...
  • JV girls suffer two losses last weekend

    In junior varsity basketball action last weekend, the Lady Dragons were defeated by both Merino and Wray.   Holyoke JV 17, Merino 22 Hosting Merino Friday, Jan. 13, Holyoke lost to the Rams 17-22. First-half scores were close, with Holyoke leadin...
  • Penzing wins free throw contest

    Leticia Penzing, mother of HHS Lady Dragon Eva Penzing, emerged from a tiebreaker to win the mothers’ free throw contest Friday, Jan. 13. Penzing tied with Michelle Vieselmeyer, Horalia Lopez, and Laura Roll after the first round of shooting which forc...
  • Girls C team falls to Haxtun

    In C team action, Holyoke girls’ basketball fell to Haxtun Tuesday, Jan. 10. Outscoring the Dragons in three of the four quarters, Haxtun finished the game with a strong 27-17 win over Holyoke. Top scorer for the Dragons was Stefani Razo with seven po...