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  • JH track teams take 1st, 2nd

    Holyoke junior high track teams made a solid showing at the Friday, April 8, Holyoke Invitational. Teams were split by both gender and grade, and all four Holyoke teams came away with either first or second place overall from the big meet. Twelve teams c...
  • Regional collection takes 525 pounds of hazardous waste

    Colorado State University’s Pest Sweep program collected a total of 525 pounds of hazardous waste during its second year of collections. As a result of this program, a total of 4,725 pounds of hazardous chemicals will not end up in local landfills. The...
  • Assessor gives deadlines for property objections

    Phillips County Assessor Doug Kamery would like Phillips County citizens to know that Colorado law requires the county assessor to hear objections to real property classifications and valuations beginning no later than May 2. Objections to the valuation ...
  • Wray Art Guild to hold annual exhibit, sale

    The Wray Art Guild announces its 47th annual Art Exhibit and Sale to be held at the Wray City Hall, 245 West 4th St., Wray, April 28-May 1. This exhibit is open to all artists. Original works in all media will be accepted. Many works of art by various ar...
  • Extension Corner

    FICO 9 — new credit score A three-digit number, ranging from 300 (lowest) to 990 (highest) is the credit score that lenders use to determine whether to grant credit, what terms are offered and the interest rate to be paid. Your credit history includes...
  • Kid Tested, Uncle Approved

    “Scooby-Doo” (2002) “Scooby-Doo, where are you?” is almost a universal phrase. As the comedian Eddie Izzard said, Shaggy and Scooby may be the most recognizable characters in Western culture since Falstaff — that’s SHAKESPEARE, guys! First c...
  • Trooper Tips

    There are many laws in the state of Colorado concerning lights on a motor vehicle. These laws cover a variety of topics ranging from the authorized height of headlights to the required number of taillights. These laws also regulate the proper and require...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoApril 14, 2011 The Partners in Education Carnival for Technology, with 22 booths featuring games of all kinds, raised about $3,000, which will probably be used as matching funds for a proposed grant for Promethean interactive whiteboards. ...
  • Holyoke goes all in for PIE

    Carnival games, giant slides, pie-eating contests and more provided an exciting atmosphere at the crowded Phillips County Event Center Friday, April 8, at the annual Partners in Education Carnival for Classrooms. Clover Adler takes on classmates Jeffrey ...
  • Holyoke goes all in for PIE

    Carnival games, giant slides, pie-eating contests and more provided an exciting atmosphere at the crowded Phillips County Event Center Friday, April 8, at the annual Partners in Education Carnival for Classrooms. Clover Adler takes on classmates Jeffrey ...
  • Stamp cost drops to 47¢

    For the first time in nearly 97 years, the price of a postage stamp dropped. As of Sunday, April 10, a first-class stamp now costs 47 cents, down from its 49-cent price. In a historic turn of events, the United States Postal Service reduced mail rates an...
  • Stamp cost drops to 47¢

    For the first time in nearly 97 years, the price of a postage stamp dropped. As of Sunday, April 10, a first-class stamp now costs 47 cents, down from its 49-cent price. In a historic turn of events, the United States Postal Service reduced mail rates an...
  • Ag education teacher, FFA adviser hired

    Shauna Brown was hired for the Holyoke JR/SR High agricultural education and FFA adviser position for the 2016-17 school year. Approval of her contract was given at the April 5 meeting of the Re-1J Board of Education. Brown will graduate cum laude from ...
  • Ag education teacher, FFA adviser hired

    Shauna Brown was hired for the Holyoke JR/SR High agricultural education and FFA adviser position for the 2016-17 school year. Approval of her contract was given at the April 5 meeting of the Re-1J Board of Education. Brown will graduate cum laude from ...
  • City ready to launch interactive website

    Website content and logistics ruled the evening at the Tuesday, April 5, Holyoke City Council meeting. Officer Joe Marcum, who has been leading the project, presented the council with the current state of the city’s new website, cityofholyoke-co.gov. ...
  • City ready to launch interactive website

    Website content and logistics ruled the evening at the Tuesday, April 5, Holyoke City Council meeting. Officer Joe Marcum, who has been leading the project, presented the council with the current state of the city’s new website, cityofholyoke-co.gov. ...
  • Around Town

    Children invited to play Thursday As a celebration of Week of the Young Child, Northeast Colorado Health Department is planning a “Let’s Go Play!” activity Thursday, April 14, from 2-3 p.m. at the NCHD office at 127 E. Denver St. in Holyoke. Plann...
  • County to switch to state’s uniform voting system, just not quite yet

    In December 2015, Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams announced that Colorado had chosen a uniform voting system to be used statewide. Since Phillips County uses equipment by Hart InterCivic, the county has two years to switch to Dominion Voting Sy...
  • Sharing the fun in the hunt

    Cousins Haley Koch, pictured at left, and Lydia Salyards examine their find at Saturday’s Easter egg hunt that was delayed a week due to weather. Three locations were used for different age groups for the April 2 hunt, sponsored by Holyoke Lions C...
  • Youth decorate quilt blocks to celebrate Week of the Child

    Early Childhood Council for Logan, Phillips and Sedgwick counties has partnered with early education professionals, community members, businesses and organizations in all three counties to celebrate the Week of the Young Child. Children across all three ...