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  • Kid Tested, Uncle Approved

    The Nut Job (2014) In the world of animation, it’s tough going up against the big dogs at Disney and Pixar. Even Dreamworks with their “How to Train Your Dragon” and “Kung Fu Panda” films have to work for every dollar they get at the box office...
  • Extension Corner

    Webinars are informative Colorado State University Extension of Northeast Colorado has made diabetes education and prevention a major goal each year. This was originally provided through health fairs, diabetes health fairs and face-to-face seminars. For...
  • Home Connection

    Understanding property assessments Recently, Colorado homeowners received their 2015 property valuation (assessment) notifications. Most property values went up substantially. The following Q&A explains how these numbers are determined and refers re...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoJune 10, 2010 Holyoke music teacher Pat Wiebers is retiring after 30 years as an educator, with 11 of those years being in Holyoke. Phillips County courtroom now has video equipment up and running, recently reported Sheriff Rob Urbach. A c...
  • ­Novice gardeners should start small

    People have many reasons for growing gardens, and some of the most popular gardens are plots designated for cultivating herbs and vegetables. Fresh produce at the ready is a great benefit of having a home garden, which also allows homeowners to exercise ...
  • School board budget hearing next Tuesday

    Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education will hold its budget hearing for the 2015-16 budget Tuesday, June 16, at 7:45 p.m. in the board meeting room at HJHS, room No. 218. The budget hearing will precede the regular board meeting which will star...
  • 7-year-old donates hair

    Emy Goldenstein, age 7, chopped off 9 1/2 inches of hair Monday, June 1, with Misti Redman at Strandz Salon in Holyoke. The hair will be donated to Locks of Love because Goldenstein, who just celebrated her birthday, wanted to give a gift to other kids wh...
  • TV and reality collide at 2015 Relay For Life

    Signs and T-shirts declaring “No Deal to Cancer,” “Make Cancer the Biggest Loser” and “Cancer Sucks, That’s a Fact, Jack!” filled the Haxtun Park Saturday, June 6, as eight teams gathered for the 14th annual Phillips County Relay For Life. ...
  • TV and reality collide at 2015 Relay For Life

    Signs and T-shirts declaring “No Deal to Cancer,” “Make Cancer the Biggest Loser” and “Cancer Sucks, That’s a Fact, Jack!” filled the Haxtun Park Saturday, June 6, as eight teams gathered for the 14th annual Phillips County Relay For Life. ...
  • Krogmeier plans retirement; Parker in new tech role

    Holyoke fifth-grade teacher Natalie Krogmeier recently announced her intention to retire, effective at the end of the current school year. Acceptance of her resignation was made at the June 2 meeting of the Re-1J Board of Education. It was noted that Kro...
  • Krogmeier plans retirement; Parker in new tech role

    Holyoke fifth-grade teacher Natalie Krogmeier recently announced her intention to retire, effective at the end of the current school year. Acceptance of her resignation was made at the June 2 meeting of the Re-1J Board of Education. It was noted that Kro...
  • Wages VFD celebrates 30th

    Communities invited to BBQ, fundraiser SundayFirefighters risk their lives more often than most people, and in rural communities, it’s all in the name of volunteering for their neighbors. The Wages Volunteer Fire Department is celebrating its 30th anni...
  • Wages VFD celebrates 30th

    Communities invited to BBQ, fundraiser SundayFirefighters risk their lives more often than most people, and in rural communities, it’s all in the name of volunteering for their neighbors. The Wages Volunteer Fire Department is celebrating its 30th anni...
  • City accepts 2014 audit

    Scott Szabo of Lauer, Szabo & Associates, PC in Sterling presented the City of Holyoke’s 2014 audit, which was easily approved, at the Tuesday, June 2, Holyoke City Council meeting. “This audit went very well,” Szabo said. “I say that each ye...
  • City accepts 2014 audit

    Scott Szabo of Lauer, Szabo & Associates, PC in Sterling presented the City of Holyoke’s 2014 audit, which was easily approved, at the Tuesday, June 2, Holyoke City Council meeting. “This audit went very well,” Szabo said. “I say that each ye...
  • Around Town

    Calendar info needed Dates and info for the Holyoke community calendar must be turned in to Mary Tomky at the Holyoke Chamber of Commerce office by Wednesday, June 17. Contact her at director@holyokechamber.org or 970-854-3517.   Animal clinic set...
  • Holyoke swimmers shatter 10 pool records

    Holyoke swimmers fought hard against seven other teams and the clock at the Northwest Kansas Swim League opening meet Saturday, May 30, to shatter 10 pool records and snag first place in the team standings. With 29 first-place finishes, Holyoke ended the...
  • Meet and Eat program needs people with the drive to serve

    Every weekday, willing volunteers meet up at SunSet View to make and deliver meals for the local Meet and Eat program. Accompanying Sherry Simms on deliveries, the day of a volunteer driver unfolds. With the meals being prepared in the kitchen at SunSet ...
  • Relay For Life returns to rerun reality show event in Haxtun

    Think of it as a second season of a favorite reality show — the 14th annual Phillips County Relay For Life returns with plans of “Finishing the Fight the Reality TV Show Way” Saturday, June 6. After a partial rainout last year, the community fundrai...
  • Library kicks off summer reading programs this week

    Heginbotham Library’s Summer Reading Program kicks off this week. Children 3 years old through fourth grade (2015-16 school year) are invited to register Wednesday, June 3, between 1-1:45 p.m. at the library. Activity days for the “Read S’more Boo...