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  • 64 years of parade ridin' remembered

    It’s been a while since he has saddled up to ride down Interocean Avenue, but with the 2010 Fair parade just around the corner, this 92-year-old hopes he will get the chance to watch the parade. Melvin Moon rode an estimated 12 different horses in 64 P...
  • My Little Angel raising funds for annual toy drive

    An initiative that began last Christmas to provide toys to numerous children throughout the county is continuing with the hopes of increasing the number of children to benefit from the program. My Little Angel organizer Josie Murray said they purchased t...
  • Colglazier attends modeling expo

    Megan Colglazier attended the Mike Beaty Model & Talent Expo in Dallas, Texas June 22-27. Auditions to attend took place in Denver this April, after being recommended by the John Casablancas Modeling and Career Center of Denver and passing the initial...
  • National conference a success for Holyoke FBLA members

      Holyoke students attending the 2010 National FBLA conference in Nashville, Tenn. are pictured from left, front row, Brooke Parker, Catrina Krueger, Whitni Redman, Sydney Nelson, Elise Nelson and Megan Colglazier; and back row, KrisAnna Ham, Alex Qui...
  • See it like C Lee

    Where is summer going? It’s hard to believe we are talking about fair. Wasn’t it just May not too long ago? Where has the time gone? These are a couple of questions I have heard in the past few weeks. It is almost August! Recent high school gradua...
  • Another Perspective

    Attitude plays huge part with unexpected changes It’s amazing how attitude is the key to how life progresses when there’s a change in the plan. Weather can often times be that change. And we should all know by now that we have no control over Mother...
  • FCC's National Broadband Plan could bring slower internet speeds here

    A National Broadband Plan by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) that would provide faster internet speeds to at least 100 million Americans by the year 2020 sounds like a pretty good thing. The speed of the internet would increase to 100 megabits...
  • FCC's National Broadband Plan could bring slower internet speeds here

    A National Broadband Plan by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) that would provide faster internet speeds to at least 100 million Americans by the year 2020 sounds like a pretty good thing. The speed of the internet would increase to 100 megabits...
  • Sarah Heermann looks forward to Phillips County Fair as Queen

    As Phillips County readies itself for the upcoming fair, Fair Queen Sarah Heermann reflects on her time spent as fair royalty. Heermann was officially crowned queen at the 2009 Haxtun Corn Festival, but preparations for the role started long beforehand. ...
  • Sarah Heermann looks forward to Phillips County Fair as Queen

    As Phillips County readies itself for the upcoming fair, Fair Queen Sarah Heermann reflects on her time spent as fair royalty. Heermann was officially crowned queen at the 2009 Haxtun Corn Festival, but preparations for the role started long beforehand. ...
  • Phillips County Fair evolves with the times for over a century

      Even in the early years of the Phillips County Fair, organizers would strive to provide entertainment for everyone. In the 20s and 30s aerial performances were quite popular. In the 1923 Fair in particular, crowds were awed by acrobats performing on...
  • Phillips County Fair evolves with the times for over a century

      Even in the early years of the Phillips County Fair, organizers would strive to provide entertainment for everyone. In the 20s and 30s aerial performances were quite popular. In the 1923 Fair in particular, crowds were awed by acrobats performing on...
  • Three HHS teams win gold medals at National FCCLA

      Holyoke FCCLA members who competed at the National Leadership Meeting in Chicago are pictured from left, front row, Nicole Brandt, Kimberly Peña, Jordan Zeiler, Megan Colglazier, Briar Bergner and Molly Brandt; and back row, Jeremy Loutensock, Matt...
  • Heidi Budd on the road to recovery after brain surgery

     It’s a miracle. That’s how Angela (Conde) Purdy described her daughter’s recovery after a functional hemispherectomy less than two months ago.  Heidi Budd has undergone more surgeries and procedures than your average 14-year-old girl after a c...
  • Rodriguez attends Colo. State Patrol Youth Academy

     After a mentally and physically challenging week, 16-year-old Janel Rodriguez can proudly say she successfully completed training at the Colorado State Patrol Youth Academy. Young people from all over the state participated in the program June 20-26 in...
  • Library celebrates with Art and Tea Party Sunday

      Beautiful summer weather welcomed guests at Heginbotham Library’s Art and Tea Party Sunday, July 11. Artwork by local artists was displayed while a number of art pieces and homemade goodies were available at a silent auction. Nancy Dee (above) dem...
  • HSC claims nine trophies at League meet

      Members of the Holyoke Swim Club competed at the League Meet in Colby, Kan. July 9-10. Those receiving trophies are pictured from left, front row, Lauren Bergner, 6th, 8 and under season high point; Seth Watson, 2nd, 8 and under season high point; a...
  • All-Stars to play in state baseball tourneys

    Five Holyoke players have been selected to play on Border League All-Star teams in the state tournaments July 23-27. Holyoke players named to the 13-year-old team are Kody Timm and Nathan Miles. There weren’t enough players to field a 14-year-old team...
  • Plumb to work with Phillips County Extension and 4-H

     Phillips County welcomed its newest staff member at the Colorado State University Extension office this week. Kindra Plumb recently began as the Extension Program Associate, 4-H Youth Development with a livestock emphasis.  While it is a full-time j...
  • Rep. Markey announces victory for veterans and health care

    Congresswoman Betsy Markey hailed a Monday, July 12 announcement by Veterans Affairs (VA) Secretary Eric Shinseki that the VA will adopt an easier process for Veterans seeking health care and disability compensation for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTS...