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  • City takes on manholes, open fires

    Street conditions and open fire issues within Holyoke city limits were addressed at the Tuesday, March 18 City Council meeting. Councilmember Kevin Scott noted that he had received a handful of calls regarding troublesome manholes around the city. Manhol...
  • City takes on manholes, open fires

    Street conditions and open fire issues within Holyoke city limits were addressed at the Tuesday, March 18 City Council meeting. Councilmember Kevin Scott noted that he had received a handful of calls regarding troublesome manholes around the city. Manhol...
  • Around Town

    Art show opens this weekend Phillips County Art Show, sponsored by Phillips County Arts Council, will be open for public viewing this weekend in the HHS commons area. Residents are encouraged to stop by Friday, March 28 from 3-10 p.m., Saturday, March 29...
  • Dragons find success at state tournament

    There was no shortage of Dragon spirit at the state basketball tournament in Pueblo over the weekend. Dozens of Holyoke fans made the long drive to cheer on the boys’ basketball team as they posted a 2-1 record to win the 2A consolation bracket champ...
  • Holyoke boys win 2A consolation championship

    Seventh-ranked Holyoke boys faced a fellow Lower Platte league team in No. 8 Sedgwick County Saturday, March 15 in the state tournament consolation championship. With the two previous matchups between the teams each decided by less than 10 points, the sta...
  • HHS upsets Meeker to advance to state consolation championship

    Odds were against the Dragon basketball team entering the state tournament. With a seventh-seed, Holyoke had to upset a school ranked higher than them to extend their season to Saturday for a shot at placing. In the first round of the tournament, the Dra...
  • Racing arena draws 28 cars at AWANA Grand Prix

    Twenty-eight cars in all shapes, sizes and colors checked in for the AWANA Grand Prix Wednesday evening, March 12 at First Baptist Church in Holyoke. Kids brought their parents, grandparents and friends to expand the cheering section for the fun evening ...
  • Big crowd shows for Farm and Home Show

    Over 80 booths filled the Phillips County Event Center Saturday, March 15 for the Farm and Home Show, brought to Holyoke by Star 92.3 for the fourth year. There was something for everyone, from crafts and foods to tractors and lawn mowers. Daniel Schroet...
  • Mike Miller wins NCGA 2013 Corn Yield Contest

    Holyoke farmer Mike Miller has been named a state winner in the 2013 National Corn Growers Association Corn Yield Contest. Miller was recognized as one of the top-yielding competitors in the state. He placed first in the no-till/strip-till non-irrigated ...
  • Artwork to be entered next Thursday for PC Art Show

    The 2014 Phillips County Art Show, sponsored by the Phillips County Arts Council, will be held Thursday-Sunday, March 27-30 at Holyoke High School, 545 E. Hale St. Artists of Colorado and Nebraska will display their work. Area artists, from beginners to p...
  • Bill for eminent domain for pipeline companies advances

    The House Judiciary Committee last week gave narrow approval to a bill to grant eminent domain authority to petroleum pipeline companies when they seek rights-of-way for building pipelines. But the 6-5 vote was much closer than the numbers would indicate...
  • Dragons set to open baseball season against Sedgwick Co.

    Heading into the 2014 season, the Holyoke baseball team will have many key positions to fill as they try to match last year’s success. Coming off of a 20-4 record last season that ended in the regional finals to Lutheran, coach John Zilla said that ine...
  • Holyoke tracksters jump into season

    Despite having just five seniors on the team, Holyoke’s track and field squad will have a solid roster consisting of 36 athletes. “I am hoping we can raise the bar for expectations for the track program,” coach Sandy Rahe said. Five pillars of the...
  • Holyoke girls hit the links for spring golf

    Two letterwinners return to the Lady Dragon golf team this year as the squad looks to defend their top standing in the Northern Plains league. Practice officially commenced Monday, March 10 and competition will begin Monday, March 24 at the Brush Invitat...
  • Phillips Co. Raceway gears up for stellar 2014 season

    Phillips County Raceway and Blood Sweat & Tears Promotions have a stellar racing season on slate for 2014, running April through September. It will alternate every other Saturday with I-76 Speedway in Fort Morgan, allowing for the largest car counts p...
  • 4 Dragons recognized by conference for bball

    With the basketball season coming to an end over the weekend, four Holyoke basketball players have been named by the Lower Platte Activities Association for All-Conference accolades. Seniors Logan Tharp and Maddie King and junior Tito Fierro all were nam...
  • Ballyneal ranked among world’s best, offers exclusive opportunity

    Golf Digest—which for 50 years has served as the most authoritative and innovative voice in the golf industry—recently ranked Ballyneal Golf Club No. 68 among the World’s 100 Greatest Golf Courses. Designed by architect Tom Doak, the private links ...
  • Ballyneal Golf Club recognized for groundwater stewardship

    Ballyneal Golf Club has been recognized by The Groundwater Foundation as a 2014 Groundwater Guardian Green Site for its groundwater and environmental stewardship. Ballyneal Golf Club earned Green Site designation based on responsible use of chemicals and...
  • Volunteer training planned for Hospice in late April

    Living in northeastern Colorado provides many benefits. For example, should one suffer a heart attack or have an unexpected surgery, the neighbors rally. Meals are delivered, children receive loving care, the wheat is drilled, harvest is finished, cattle ...
  • FSA celebrates American ag producers on National Ag Day

    United States Department of Agriculture Colorado Farm Service Agency state executive director Leland Swenson encourages everyone to take a moment to appreciate the hard working farmers and ranchers in Colorado on March 25, National Ag Day. This year’s t...