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  • Softball practice in full swing

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  • HHS athletes gear up for volleyball season

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  • Golfers take 4th in 2 tournaments

    The Holyoke boys’ golf team grabbed a pair of fourth place finishes last week as they traveled to Brush and Burlington. Eight golfers traveled to Brush on Aug. 13 to represent the Dragons for the first tournament of the season. Out of the 11-team field...
  • Celebrating August as Child Support Enforcement Month

    Governor Bill Ritter, Jr. and the Colorado Department of Human Services, Division of Child Support Enforcement (CSE), proclaim that August is Child Support Enforcement Month. The month will be celebrated throughout the state in many of the 55 county CSE o...
  • Families who eat together are healthier

    Across cultures, over centuries, eating has been a social occasion for families as well as among friends. But in many homes today, life is shoving the family meal aside. Americans are more likely to eat alone than people in other countries, and American ...
  • Packing a powerful kid-friendly lunch

    Parents know that one of the biggest challenges in raising kids is getting them to eat right. With busier-than-ever schedules and hurried mornings, many parents choose the convenience of school lunches, but do you really know what your kids are eating? A...
  • Ten food items to always keep in your kitchen

    After a long day at work or running errands, the last thing you want to do is head to the kitchen to cook a meal. Often we resort to the convenience of boxed foods or restaurants, which can be unhealthy —and expensive—options. How can you make sure yo...
  • How to turn any child into a better reader

    Reading is the most important tool that children need to achieve academic success and advance in the workplace later in life. But when kids struggle with this skill they can fall behind and develop a permanent antipathy toward reading and books. What man...
  • Get the most out of a first massage

    The lights are dim, soft music is playing, and you’re about to experience your first massage. But how do you know the massage therapist is right for you? According to Beth Burgan, MFA, NCTMB, an assistant professor at Northwestern Health Sciences Unive...
  • Health screenings: take charge of your health

    The age-old saying, “an apple a day keeps the doctor away” emphasizes that practicing healthy lifestyle behaviors like eating fruits and vegetables is important to your overall health. But do you really want to keep the doctor away? Keeping the doctor...
  • Tips for better rest

    Sleep is crucial to human health and particularly a healthy nervous system. Sleep favors muscular and nervous relaxation, while lack of sleep promotes muscular and nervous tension. Sleep deprivation studies on medical students show even one poor night’s...
  • Skatepark receives facelift from volunteers

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  • Cancer survivor Amy Kropp takes life day by day

    “Take life day by day,” is what cancer survivor Amy Kropp has told herself the past eight months, determined not to let her fight against cancer get the best of her. Of course she had her moments, but Kropp kept her spirits up focusing on the fact tha...
  • First day of school: a time to see old friends

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  • First day of school: a time to see old friends

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  • Seven new teachers begin school

    Seven new teachers began the 2009-10 school year in Holyoke this week as classes began in the Re-1J School District on Tuesday, Aug. 18. New teachers reported on Aug. 12. New to Holyoke Elementary School are Shelby Lingbloom, David Bloemker, Mandy Krause...
  • Relay for Life celebrates 25 years

    This year marks Relay for Life’s 25th anniversary, and Phillips County is joining in on the tradition with the Aug. 21-22 event at the Phillips County Courthouse. The annual Relay is one way community members honor cancer survivors, pay tribute to the ...
  • Principal, alternative school director hired

    Two weeks before the first day of school for students, Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education officially hired Kyle Stumpf as Elementary School Principal and Clark Ginapp as Alternative High School director. Action was taken at the board’s Aug...
  • Stumpf makes quick transition

    Holyoke School District Re-1J hired Kyle Stumpf as the new elementary principal last week. Just two days after he was hired, Stumpf was in his office in Holyoke ready to get things moving. Stumpf was born and raised in Merino. After high school, the oppo...
  • Homestead Farms: healthy living at its finest

    Natural, old-fashioned, respectful, great care, love and herd health. All words used on a farm where the animals are number one. Travis and Tawnina Uptain are the owners/operators of Homestead Farms, located about six miles south and six miles west of Hol...