Weather Forecast

Find more about Weather in Holyoke, CO
Click for weather forecast
Archives

Filter 

  • Phillips Co. birds take hobby to new heights

    Sunday, May 15 was a monumental day for birding veteran Joe Roller when a sighting of the rare Snowy Egret marked his 200th bird species in Phillips County. Roller, who began his “crazy hobby” of birding at the age of 12, has traveled to every contin...
  • Colorado Humane Society partners with Crime Stoppers

    Beginning this month, the Colorado Humane Society & SPCA (CHS) has added another avenue for reporting animal cruelty throughout Colorado. CHS is partnering with Crime Stoppers to initiate an anonymous tip and reward program for reporting animal abuse...
  • City hires summer coaches

    Four baseball and two softball summer coaches were hired by Holyoke City Council at their Tuesday, May 17 meeting. Kyle Bules, Bret Miles, Trevor Dalton and Logan Tharp will help coach baseball while Ashley Clayton and Katie Hoffner will coach softball. ...
  • Hayes 'Law & Order' episode airs June 5

    A "Law and Order" episode called Trophy Wine will air Sunday, June 5 at 9 p.m. Eastern time or 7 p.m. MDST, according to USA Networks website. Lincoln Hayes, a 2003 graduate of Holyoke High School, is in the episode featuring City Winery in New York City...
  • ESPN crew takes to field

    HHS sophomore Jaydin Goldenstein’s record breaking performances in the Dragons’ doubleheader with Wray April 29 has received much attention from news media in recent weeks. Goldenstein hit four home runs in the second game after pitching a no hitter i...
  • Race engines firing up for 2011 season opener

    The roar of engines will fill the air Sunday, May 29 in the 5 p.m. season opener at Phillips County Raceway in Holyoke. New to the track this year will be dirt late models. Raceway organizer Garrett Sporhase said these are the fastest cars on dirt—a pr...
  • Basketball camp planned

    Boys and girls entering grades 1-7 have the opportunity to participate in a basketball camp Tuesday, May 31 through Thursday, June 2. HHS boys’ basketball coach Scott Dille is coordinating the camp for local youth in the HHS new gym. Camp for students ...
  • Edmonds training for nationals

    Mark Edmonds, a two-time state champion wrestler who will be a senior at HHS next fall, is training hard for national wrestling competition this summer. Since the CHSAA state tournament last February, Edmonds has compiled a 28-0 record in Colorado freest...
  • Zach Krueger garners post season honor

    Metro State senior outfielder Zach Krueger was named to the Rawlings/American Baseball Coaches Association Central Region second team all-region for his efforts throughout the 2011 baseball season. The 2007 HHS graduate hit .362 for the Roadrunners this ...
  • Stroh earns athletic performance award

    Chad Stroh, a 2010 HHS graduate, was honored with an Outstanding Athletic Performance Award Friday, May 20 at the USA Wrestling Night of Champions awards banquet. Stroh wrestled this past year for the University of Nebraska at Lincoln as a redshirt fres...
  • Smith successful in outdoor conference

    CSU freshman Marissa Smith competed in the 2011 outdoor track and field Mountain West Conference Championships May 11-14 at Colorado State University in Fort Collins. Smith was one of only a selected number of CSU track and field athletes who were chosen...
  • FFA celebrates good year at annual recognition night

    After much hard work in the 2010-11 school year, Holyoke FFA members took time to recognize these efforts and achievements at their annual awards ceremony Tuesday, May 17 at Holyoke JR/SR High. Following a meal, FFA chapter officers and advisor Troy Mayf...
  • RRWCD to partner with USDA, NRCS for water enhancement

    The Republican River Water Conservation District (RRWCD), acting through its Water Activity Enterprise, signed a contract to partner with the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS), for the purpose of ...
  • Pest Alert program to start soon

    Pest Alert is one of Colorado State University Extension’s pest management programs coordinated by a regional pest management specialist in collaboration with state pest management specialists and county agricultural agents. This program provides proac...
  • Conservation camp planned June 1, 2

    Reptiles and Amphibians and Riparian areas is the theme of the fifth annual backyard conservation camp scheduled Wednesday and Thursday, June 1-2 in Julesburg. Haxtun and Sedgwick County conservation districts are once again sponsoring the camp for day c...
  • Renquist ends 20-year career

    Susan Renquist will end a 20-year teaching career Friday when students walk out the front door of the elementary school in Holyoke. Renquist, who lives in Julesburg, said she has reached that point in life where she needs to spend some more time with ...
  • Go Rockies!

    Thirty-eight English as a Second Language (ESL) students in grades 7-12 from Holyoke School District enjoyed an outing to Denver to watch a Rockies baseball game last Tuesday, May 17. The group was sponsored by ESL teacher Desiree Mosenteen and her husban...
  • Kid PHIT teaches healthy lifestyles

    Kid PHIT (Physical Health Initial Tasks) is a program designed to teach kids the importance of living a healthy lifestyle while having fun. CSU Extension agent Tracy Trumper is organizing the program in Holyoke which will be held on Thursdays at Holyoke ...
  • Grade 3-4 Chase County SCORE Camp kids to spend two days at Cox's Ponds

    The first day of SCORE camp for students in 3rd and 4th grades will be Wednesday, June 15 at the Chase County Schools in Imperial, Neb. They will kick off their camp with programs presented by: Doc Gizmo, Edgerton Explorit Center and Dr. Dan Sullivan wit...
  • Clayton, Hoffner to coach summer softball

    Ashley Clayton and Katie HoffnerAshley Clayton and Katie Hoffner began their first summer of coaching summer softball last week as teams hit the field for competition. Clayton has plenty of experience on the diamond after serving as the HHS softball coac...