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  • Holyoke upsets Indians to advance to district finals

    Holyoke boys had their work cut out for them in the 2A District 2 basketball tournament. In order to advance to the championship game, the third-ranked Dragons first had to knock off No. 6 Burlington Tuesday, Feb. 25, then turn around and upset No. 2 Yuma...
  • HHS secures regional tournament berth with Tuesday’s home win

    Third-ranked Lady Dragon basketball players had an up-and-down district tournament, posting a big victory over No. 6 Burlington Tuesday, Feb. 25 before being blown out by No. 2 Akron Friday, Feb. 28.   Holyoke 52, Burlington 28 It was smooth saili...
  • Phillips County Arts Council to bring ABBA tribute to Holyoke

    Thank You for the Music, a modern tribute to ABBA, is set to take over the Holyoke High School auditorium Friday, March 14 at 7:30 p.m. The latest performance as part of the Phillips County Arts Council concert series is an exciting and dynamic tribute t...
  • FCCLA project a chance to interact with local nursing home residents

    Holyoke FCCLA members Dani Brandt and Anastasia Conklin have been directing an Interpersonal Communications project to connect teenagers and seniors through communication and interaction. The two girls set up their project by having a garage sale at the ...
  • Prairie Winds Art Center hosts Heginbotham Library art exhibit

    During the month of March, Prairie Winds Art Center will feature selections from the art collection of the Heginbotham Library. These art pieces will be on display during regular gallery hours. The gallery is open on Thursdays and Fridays from 10 a.m.-5 p...
  • Health and fitness program set for March 13 in Holyoke

    Need some help with a New Year’s resolution to lose weight and get in shape? Would it be beneficial to have some professional advice on nutrition, exercise and problem-solving one’s metabolism? Circle Thursday, March 13 on the calendar for a special ...
  • College news

    Caitlyn Kramer, a 2013 graduate of HHS, was named to the President’s Honor Roll at Eastern Wyoming College in Torrington, Wyo., for the Fall 2013 semester. The President’s Honor Roll recognizes students that are full time (12 or more credit hours) an...
  • PC Relay for Life recognized nationally

    Phillips County Relay for Life was recently awarded the Gordy Klatt Power of Hope Award. The award is given to the top county nationwide with the highest per capita number of total registered survivors participating in all events in the country based on ...
  • 9Health Fair March 15

    Haxtun’s 9Health Fair will be held Saturday, March 15 from 7-11 a.m. at the Haxtun Community Center. As in other years, in addition to comprehensive blood chemistry panel, blood count, PSA, Vitamin D, A1C for diabetics and colon screen, there will be n...
  • State of the Basin Symposium coming

    How did it get to where it is today with water? Where is it headed with the amount of water that is available now? Will the future be with or without water conservation? These are questions that will be addressed in the upcoming State of the Basin Sympos...
  • March 17 is deadline for NAP crop coverage

    USDA Colorado Farm Service Agency state executive director Leland Swenson urges producers who want to purchase coverage through the Noninsurable Crop Disaster Assistance Program to do so by March 17. NAP provides financial assistance to producers of noni...
  • Lifeline program makes mobile phone service more affordable in Colo.

    Everyone deserves to have affordable access to mobile phone service in order to stay safe and connected. The Viaero Lifeline program assists qualifying eligible-income Colorado residents with a monthly discount on mobile phone service, to ensure cost is ...
  • Ag women to apply for Colo. scholarship

    Colorado Master Farm Homemaker Guild is offering a $500 scholarship this year to a Colorado woman with an agriculture background. Known by the guild as the “Second Chance Scholarship,” it will be given to someone who has had her college education int...
  • Guest Commentary

    Weird English My wife gets a kick out of me yelling at the television. I do this whenever I hear the horrible grammar used by actors, government officials and many others—all of whom I know had been “educated” as to how to use English properly. ...
  • Investor Guide

    What baby boomer women should know about money! Baby boomers, those 80 million born in the U.S. from 1946-64, had a different experience than the Silent or Greatest Generation. In most households with a baby boomer couple, both work for most of their adu...
  • Extension Corner

    Selecting the right market lamb or market goat Springtime for many 4-H livestock members means selection of their livestock project for exhibition at the county fair. Phillips County currently has 10 members enrolled in the market goat project, while the...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoMarch 5, 2009 Grainland Co-op has installed a new liquid fertilizer system at the plant northeast of Holyoke that will increase the speed and efficiency with which farmers receive their fertilizers. Mike Munn is honored at a community reti...
  • Mission trip brings Uganda full circle

    After years of supporting the village of Kayango in Uganda, it has come full circle for Jeff and Tricia Michael of Holyoke. Both this couple and the people of Kayango have been transformed in the last five years, and now after a recent trip to Uganda, Je...
  • Mission trip brings Uganda full circle

    After years of supporting the village of Kayango in Uganda, it has come full circle for Jeff and Tricia Michael of Holyoke. Both this couple and the people of Kayango have been transformed in the last five years, and now after a recent trip to Uganda, Je...
  • Drainage issue a major roadblock for local development

    Further developing Holyoke continues to be a hot topic as city council members met for a work session Tuesday, Feb. 25. Rupert O’Neal attended the meeting alongside attorney Russell Sprague to discuss the best course of action to move forward with Robi...