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  • Boys take Wray in home opener; fall to Idalia on the road Friday

    Holyoke split the first two boys’ basketball games of the season, falling to Idalia 43-46 and beating Wray 41-35. Holyoke 43, Idalia 46 The Dragons traveled to Idalia Friday, Dec. 4 and got off to a quick start as Evan Swanson hit three of his five th...
  • JV girls fall to Idalia, Wray in season openers

    Girls’ jayvee basketball team could not find victory during last weekend’s competitions, losing to Idalia 24-31 Friday, Dec. 4 and Wray 21-55 Saturday, Dec. 5. Coach Arlan Scholl noted although they lost, the team played hard. Both the JV and C teams...
  • C girls fall to Wray

    In their season opener against Wray Saturday, Dec. 5, Holyoke girls’ basketball C team suffered a 21-45 loss. Wray led in scoring throughout the game. Marissa Chambers and Elissa Baker both claimed six points for the Dragons followed by Makaila Staplet...
  • JV boys open season with one win, one loss

    HHS boys’ jayvee basketball team started off their season with a big win in Idalia Friday, Dec. 4, dominating the game 44-13. Taking on Wray at home Saturday, Dec. 5, the Dragons fell to the Eagles, 47-82. Holyoke JV 44, Idalia 13 Holyoke led in scor...
  • C boys open with a loss

    Hosting Wray at home Saturday, Dec. 5, HHS Boys’ C basketball team fell to the Eagles 36-66. Wray took the lead early in the game, and dominated the scoring in all four periods. Phillip Beck led Dragon scoring with 15 points followed by Logan Zeiler w...
  • Swimmers compete at NorthRidge and Valley

    HHS swimmers opened the 2009-10 girls’ season with the Sterling HS team at a dual in NorthRidge Tuesday, Dec. 1 and the Valley Invite Saturday, Dec. 5. Sterling 104, NorthRidge 69 Sterling defeated NorthRidge 104-69 in the Dec. 1 dual. “It was a nic...
  • Cheerleaders compete in State Championships

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  • Master Chorale to perform Sunday

    The “Eighteenth Noel,” a Christmas Concert, will be performed by the Master Chorale under the direction of Don Johnson, at 4 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 13, at the Dorothy Corsberg Theater, Northeastern Junior College in Sterling. For this concert the Master C...
  • Gift trends focus on meaning, affordability

    Despite thinning wallets, the holiday gift list doesn’t need to be a source of panic. Experts insist one can give meaningful gifts, even on a limited budget. “In these tough economic times, shoppers can protect their gift investments by focusing on g...
  • Sedgwick Co. tour set

    The Sedgwick County Chamber of Commerce will host its 4th Annual Tour of Homes Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 12-13 with homes located in Julesburg and Ovid. Murl and Judy Abts, Stormy and Lori Baker, Ted and Toni Mollendor, all of Julesburg, as well as Troy ...
  • Holiday season kicks off with Christmas programs

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  • Frosty got frosted by 5 inches of snow

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  • Elementary standards-based report card coming soon

    A standards-based report card is a new concept, and one that Holyoke Elementary School staff and administration are dedicated to studying thoroughly. A fifth draft of a second grade report card was shared by Principal Kyle Stumpf at the Dec. 1 meeting of...
  • Elementary standards-based report card coming soon

    A standards-based report card is a new concept, and one that Holyoke Elementary School staff and administration are dedicated to studying thoroughly. A fifth draft of a second grade report card was shared by Principal Kyle Stumpf at the Dec. 1 meeting of...
  • Education Foundation to benefit local school district

    Emphasizing the significant benefit of Re-1J Foundation, Inc., Holyoke School Board gained a clearer picture of the relationship between the district and the Foundation at the Dec. 1 school board meeting. Board member Kim Killin explained the Foundation ...
  • Education Foundation to benefit local school district

    Emphasizing the significant benefit of Re-1J Foundation, Inc., Holyoke School Board gained a clearer picture of the relationship between the district and the Foundation at the Dec. 1 school board meeting. Board member Kim Killin explained the Foundation ...
  • Toy Drive focuses on children

    Giving back to a community that has shown such strong support defines the purpose of My Little Angel Toy Drive, currently under way in Holyoke. Seven families who have lost children from as recently as this past August to as long ago as four decades are ...
  • Eileen Rudder still a little ornery at 100

    What is the secret to long life? “Being ornery,” said Eileen Rudder with a chuckle. They say laughter is the best medicine, and Rudder certainly comes with a unique sense of humor. She will celebrate her 100th birthday Sunday, Dec. 6. and will becom...
  • Country Christmas Dec. 8

    Holyoke Chamber of Commerce Country Christmas will take place Tuesday, Dec. 8. Many activities are scheduled to entertain those in the Christmas spirit. The theme this year is “Inside Santa’s Workshop.” Running from 4-8 p.m. will be Santa’s Vill...
  • Event Center room named

    Phillips County Event Center’s large meeting room will be named after the Will Heginbotham Trust due to a substantial monetary donation, announced Phillips County Commissioners Monday, Nov. 23. The formal name of the large room will be announced at a la...