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  • Trampas Hutches named MMH CEO

    Trampas Hutches was announced as Melissa Memorial Hospital’s new CEO at the Tuesday, Jan. 5, East Phillips County Hospital board meeting. “Hutches and the board have agreed to terms of employment, and he will officially join the hospital on Feb. 1,...
  • Trampas Hutches named MMH CEO

    Trampas Hutches was announced as Melissa Memorial Hospital’s new CEO at the Tuesday, Jan. 5, East Phillips County Hospital board meeting. “Hutches and the board have agreed to terms of employment, and he will officially join the hospital on Feb. 1,...
  • Ice blade tried; other options reviewed

    Snow and ice with more snow, cold temps and ice did not prove favorable for holiday traffic around Holyoke this year. The snow and ice removal process was blasted with concern at the Tuesday, Jan. 5, Holyoke City Council meeting. A letter signed by 14 ar...
  • Ice blade tried; other options reviewed

    Snow and ice with more snow, cold temps and ice did not prove favorable for holiday traffic around Holyoke this year. The snow and ice removal process was blasted with concern at the Tuesday, Jan. 5, Holyoke City Council meeting. A letter signed by 14 ar...
  • Around Town

    Get ready for a Pantie Raid! Creative Traditions in Holyoke is joining forces with quilt shops around the world for Pantie Raid 2016. From Jan. 15-23, they will be collecting new, store-packaged panties, undies, socks, PJs and more for women’s shelters...
  • Pizza p.a.d. depicts old-time to modern-day

    From old-time freight elevators to modern-day Wi-Fi access, Holyoke’s Pizza p.a.d.’s history covers a wide spectrum. Throw in the pizza/sandwich/cookies and doughnuts menu — plus a ’50s-looking ice cream corner — and the local restaurant at 110...
  • Something to brag about

    Holyoke makes the cut for Colorado's top redneck towns and cheapest places to live on infotainment sites“These are the 10 Most Redneck Cities in Colorado.” There’s a fine line of emotions readers tiptoe around when they see this article from RoadSn...
  • Bison charges ahead toward national mammal designation

    The bald eagle, the national anthem and even the oak tree have become official symbols of the United States of America. So why not a national mammal? Supporters of the National Bison Legacy Act are looking to change that with (you guessed it) the North A...
  • Randy Hale named interim president

    Randy Hale took over at the Holyoke Community Federal Credit Union as interim president this week as Mendi Lutze, former president and an HCFCU employee for over 19 years, accepted an opportunity with Highline Electric Association. A Holyoke native, Hale...
  • RRWCD to meet Jan. 14 in Burlington

    The Board of Directors of the Republican River Water Conservation District will be holding its regular quarterly meeting Thursday, Jan. 14, from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Farm Credit of Southern Colorado meeting room, 549 South Lincoln, Burlington. The meeti...
  • Landlord/tenant workshop offered in Scottsbluff, Neb.

    A landlord/tenant cash lease workshop will be offered at the Panhandle Research and Extension Center at 4502 Avenue I, Scottsbluff, Neb., from 5:30-7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 19. It will help landlords and tenants put together a lease that is right for them and...
  • Vieselmeyer has career high game to fuel Concordia Univ.basketball win in California

    “Viesel-fueled Dawgs motor past Pacific Union” read the headline on the story by Jake Knabel, director of athletic communications at Concordia University in Seward, Neb. The 14th-ranked Concordia University women’s basketball team rattled off the f...
  • HHS Cheer Clinic Saturday, Jan. 9

    Children from preschool through sixth grade are invited to register for the Holyoke High School Cheer Clinic this Saturday, Jan. 9, from 9:30-11:30 a.m. in the HHS gymnasium. Participants will perform later the same day during the home basketball games. ...
  • HJHS girls open 2016 basketball season

    HJHS basketball girls will open their season Monday, Jan. 11, at 4 p.m., as they travel to Merino to take on the Rams. Nick Flaa will serve as the team’s head coach this year after serving as assistant coach last year. He will be assisted by Maddie Eur...
  • Investor Guide

    What Warren Buffett might tell women and their families Warren Buffett is known as “The Stock Market King.” He was recently ranked the third wealthiest person in the world. He is known for many of his sayings about keys for success in investing and l...
  • Thinking About Health

    Can shopping for health services really bring down costs? Early in December 2015, David, a reader who lives in the foothills west of Denver, sent me an email. “It’s scary when you go into any health care facility and don’t know whether to bring you...
  • Another Perspective

    Back to the basics simplicity feels good Bubbles, bubbles and more bubbles. Bubble baths have indeed provided hours upon hours of entertainment for our grandkids. The girls would take multiple baths in a day if allowed. Jet power found bubbles stacking ...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoJan. 6, 2011 Dr. Rick Amesquita has been hired as the new doctor at Melissa Memorial Hospital and Family Practice of Holyoke and began his duties Jan. 4. Claiming the unique birth date of 1-1-11, Landon Timothy Jaron Scott Robb, son of She...
  • ‘Homesteading the Great Plains’ at Wray Museum this Sunday

    The East Yuma County Historical Society 2016 annual meeting as well as a program on “Homesteading the Great Plains” is set for Sunday, Jan. 10, at 2 p.m. at the Wray Museum. Admittance is free for those attending the meeting and program. The society...
  • Every Student Succeeds Act to provide more flexibility than No Child Left Behind

    With any luck, ESSA should allow for more alternatives than NCLB in terms of NWEA MAPS, NAEP and PARCC, depending on the State BOE and CDE. With a smidge more luck, maybe the amount of new alphabet soup acronyms piled on every year will be lessened as we...