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  • JV girls win one, lose one in weekend games

    HHS jayvee girls’ basketball suffered a loss against Wray Friday, Feb. 5, but came away with a win Saturday, Feb. 6 over Burlington. Holyoke JV 45, Wray 51 Lady Dragons traveled to Wray on Friday for a match-up with the Eagles. Scores in each quarter ...
  • C girls fall to Wray, Burlington

    In basketball action last weekend, Holyoke girls’ C team fell to Wray Friday, Feb. 5 and Burlington Feb. 6. Holyoke C 14, Wray 35 Taking on the Eagles on Wray’s home court Friday night, the Dragons lost 14-35. Wray outscored Holyoke in all four quar...
  • Dragons suffer 1st conference loss; come back to beat Burlington

    A 12-game winning streak came to an end Friday night as Holyoke came up short against Wray, 46-50. The team didn’t let the loss get to them as they played host to Burlington the following night and won 57-32. The win and loss moves the Dragons’ recor...
  • JV boys split games

    HHS boys’ jayvee basketball team split a pair of games falling to Wray, Friday, Feb. 5 and beating Burlington the following night. Holyoke JV 47, Wray 55 Holyoke fell behind 9-16 early but fought back to trail by just two at the end of both the second...
  • HHS C boys split pair

    HHS boys’ C basketball team fell to Wray Friday, Feb. 5 but bounced back to beat Burlington the next night.   Holyoke C 40, Wray 55 The Dragons got off to a big start taking a 17-5 lead into the second quarter. Wray then hung 22 points on the bo...
  • Winter Olympic traditions begin in 1924; Vancouver games anticipated

    Citius—Altius—Fortius. Faster. Higher. Stronger. The idea that one’s focus should be on bettering one’s achievements rather than on coming in first was at the heart of the inaugural modern Olympic Games in 1896. Now, over a century later, those...
  • Vehicle purchased for Holyoke PD

    Holyoke Police Department vehicles were evaluated, and City Council members approved the purchase of a 2008 Dodge Dakota pickup for HPD at their Feb. 2 meeting. Police Chief Phil Biersdorfer said two of the vehicles they use now need to be replaced or ma...
  • Young Americans and area students give energetic performance

    Including everything from 1920s flapper dances and Cat in the Hat books to Mary Poppins songs and hip-hop dancing, the Young Americans and area students delivered an impressive high-energy performance Tuesday, Feb. 2 at the HHS auditorium. Young American...
  • Young Americans and area students give energetic performance

    Including everything from 1920s flapper dances and Cat in the Hat books to Mary Poppins songs and hip-hop dancing, the Young Americans and area students delivered an impressive high-energy performance Tuesday, Feb. 2 at the HHS auditorium. Young American...
  • Boy Scouting hits century mark

    Feb. 8 marked the 100th anniversary for Boy Scouting in America. Scouting has been around Holyoke for 73 years. The Holyoke Boy Scout charter sponsored by the American Legion was signed Jan. 18, 1937. The scouting program in Holyoke has seen lower numbe...
  • Holyoke Chamber recognizes public

    Eighty-seven members of the community gathered at the Vet’s Club while Holyoke Chamber of Commerce recognized individuals and groups for excellence at its 17th Annual Gala, Monday, Feb. 8. The program was emceed by Chamber president Casey Blake. Honore...
  • Holyoke Chamber recognizes public

    Eighty-seven members of the community gathered at the Vet’s Club while Holyoke Chamber of Commerce recognized individuals and groups for excellence at its 17th Annual Gala, Monday, Feb. 8. The program was emceed by Chamber president Casey Blake. Honore...
  • Holyoke included in Race to the Top Fund application

    While Holyoke School District hasn’t exactly signed on, it isn’t missing out on the opportunity to potentially be included in Race to the Top federal funds for education. Supt. Bret Miles explained the Race to the Top program at the Feb. 2 local scho...
  • Operation PC Cares ships packages to troops at war

    Beef jerky, face/hand wipes, hard candies and rice krispie bars were just a few things getting packed into boxes ready for a long trip overseas. Mary Tomky, Shirley Kadlec and Joyce Krueger were busy stuffing items into boxes Saturday, Jan. 30. They were...
  • MMH reaches out to community

    A community linkage committee has been busy meeting with members of the public to find out what exactly people would like to see from the hospital. They had another good meeting with members of the Hispanic community as well as other community officials, ...
  • Phillips County awarded $2.5 million energy grant

    U.S. Department of Energy Secretary Steven Chu recently notified the Phillips County Commissioners they are one of six recipients of the Community Renewable Energy Deployment Grant. The award is $2.5 million. Upon notification, Phillips County Commissione...
  • Three council members to be elected April 6

    Three council members will be elected during a municipal election Tuesday, April 6. Four-year terms for council members Jerry Banaka and Barry Winckler are up. Neither Banaka nor Winckler plan to seek re-election. J.C. Peckham’s spot is up as he was a...
  • Former HHS student stays positive as a cancer survivor

    “Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference.” ~Winston Churchill When Jami (McAllister) Gorneault described her fight against cancer, she said it has been filled with ups and downs—but mostly ups. “I’m positive and hopeful that I’...
  • County to update housing plan

    Phillips County will be updating their Housing Needs Assessment Plan, reported the Phillips County Commissioners at their Jan. 29 meeting. The goal of the plan is to assess housing needs and give the county goals to meet those needs. There are grant moni...
  • Beatlemania: John, Paul, George and Ringo charm America in 1964

    John, Paul, George and Ringo. The Fab Four. Every girl loved them, and every boy wanted to be like them. America would never be the same after Feb. 7, 1964 when four young men got off their Pan Am Flight 101 at Kennedy International Airport in New York C...