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  • National Megan’s Law helpline is available

    The National Megan’s Law Helpline 888-ASK-PFML 888-275-7365, is available to provide support to communities: on issues related to accessing sex offender registration information; responsible use of information; sexual abuse prevention resources; and acc...
  • Colorado congressmen scrutinize EAGLE-Net’s broadband service

    Colorado Congressmen Cory Gardner, Scott Tipton, Mike Coffman and Doug Lamborn are asking for clarification on the goals and activities of the EAGLE-Net Alliance, a government entity intended to “bring high-speed Internet to every public school in Color...
  • No Farm Bill before November election

    Consideration of the national Farm Bill in the United States House has been put off until after the November election, putting many agriculture programs on hold. The House of Representatives did, however, recently approve a continuing resolution to fund t...
  • Gov. Hickenlooper authorizes relief

    Gov. John Hickenlooper announced Sunday, Sept. 23 he signed an executive order to suspend permits necessary to authorize transports of large baled hay or baled livestock feed which may exceed lawful maximum height. “Large areas of Colorado have experie...
  • Drought-damaged forage options offered

    Drought, along with hail, wind, heat and other factors, has left some corn yields extremely low across the state. However, damaged corn often can be fed to livestock for forage. Silage, green chop hay and grazing all can work to help capture the corn cro...
  • Anthrax questions answered about livestock

    A case of anthrax was diagnosed on a cattle ranch in northeastern Colorado this summer. Upon hearing this, many livestock producers may have questions about it. Anthrax is not one of the livestock health issues that people readily think about. The last t...
  • Drumroll Please

    A child’s perspective I have to be honest right now. Working with elementary school students can be brutal. Those kids have essentially no filter and no problem saying whatever is on their minds. Every once in a while my own ego takes a blow from my ...
  • Extension Corner

    “Walking as a Way of Life”—October is International Walk to School Month I have to say that I took part of the above title from an AARP Bulletin on the benefits of walking for an older person’s health. However, with over 20 years of research stud...
  • It's the Pitts

    The magic hammer I am not one of those purists who believe that the only two tools you need in your toolbox are WD40 and duct tape. Although I certainly do appreciate the value of those two, WD 40 to loosen anything that is stuck and duct tape to tighten...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoSept. 27, 2007 Melissa Memorial Hospital has announced that Dr. Kevin J. Cuccinelli has joined its staff as a new family practice physician. He will be working at MMH for one week every month. Holyoke Police Department has begun a new fost...
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  • Holyoke to celebrate its quasquicentennial

    Planning meeting to be held Oct. 8 for next year’s April 2013 anniversaryHolyoke’s 125th anniversary, or quasquicentennial (kwos’kwi-sen-ten’ee-ul), is just around the corner. April 24, 2013 will serve as Holyoke’s 125th anniversary. Committee ...
  • Holyoke to celebrate its quasquicentennial

    Planning meeting to be held Oct. 8 for next year’s April 2013 anniversaryHolyoke’s 125th anniversary, or quasquicentennial (kwos’kwi-sen-ten’ee-ul), is just around the corner. April 24, 2013 will serve as Holyoke’s 125th anniversary. Committee ...
  • Info sought on tire slashings

    Holyoke Police Department is still looking for those involved in an incident that took place sometime Tuesday night, Sept. 4 between the 200 and 700 blocks of S. Baxter Ave. Reports were received Wednesday, Sept. 5 about multiple slashed vehicle tires al...
  • Info sought on tire slashings

    Holyoke Police Department is still looking for those involved in an incident that took place sometime Tuesday night, Sept. 4 between the 200 and 700 blocks of S. Baxter Ave. Reports were received Wednesday, Sept. 5 about multiple slashed vehicle tires al...
  • Swatters come out, pesky flies won’t quit

    They’re pesky, sometimes hard to kill and definitely not a welcomed visitor. But the big question from everyone is, “Where in the heck did they all come from?” Roughly a month ago, one couldn’t walk outside without being harassed by a fly or nume...
  • Swatters come out, pesky flies won’t quit

    They’re pesky, sometimes hard to kill and definitely not a welcomed visitor. But the big question from everyone is, “Where in the heck did they all come from?” Roughly a month ago, one couldn’t walk outside without being harassed by a fly or nume...
  • Council discusses code enforcement position

    Holyoke City Council is planning to search for a new code enforcement officer to fill the vacancy left after Dawn Worley announced her resignation in July to accept another job. There just hasn’t been a set time in which they plan to do so. Councilman ...
  • Council discusses code enforcement position

    Holyoke City Council is planning to search for a new code enforcement officer to fill the vacancy left after Dawn Worley announced her resignation in July to accept another job. There just hasn’t been a set time in which they plan to do so. Councilman ...
  • Around Town

    Flu clinic offered in Oct. Family Practice of Holyoke is offering flu clinics Tuesdays, Oct. 2 and 9 and Thursdays, Oct. 4 and 11 from 5:30-7 p.m. at SunSet View, 330 W. Kellogg in Holyoke. Flu shots will be available at a reduced price than the regular ...