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  • Kramer selected for 9News Stock Market interview

    HHS senior Caitlyn Kramer was interviewed by Gregg Moss on the Channel 9 morning news Monday, Nov. 19 in Denver. Kramer and four others were selected out of approximately 5,000 students throughout Colorado to share why they are “stock stars” and what ...
  • Extravaganza a success

    With over $1,100 raised for Heginbotham Library, the annual Holiday Extravaganza was a huge success. Library staff, board and Friends of the Library members partnered for the event, selling homemade gifts and goodies. Librarian Laura Roth said they are wo...
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  • Around Town

    Band concerts are next week Holyoke junior and senior high bands will perform a concert Monday, Dec. 17 at 7 p.m. in the HHS auditorium. Also next week, the elementary band students will present their concert Thursday, Dec. 20 at 7 p.m. in the elementary...
  • Rockin' around the Christmas stage

    Kindergartners, second-graders and fourth-graders were the stars of the show last Thursday, Dec. 6 in the elementary Christmas program, directed by Marcia Dalton. Festive songs and a fun skit got parents and friends in the Christmas mood. Four of the rei...
  • Rockin' around the Christmas stage

    Kindergartners, second-graders and fourth-graders were the stars of the show last Thursday, Dec. 6 in the elementary Christmas program, directed by Marcia Dalton. Festive songs and a fun skit got parents and friends in the Christmas mood. Four of the rei...
  • Marijuana may land on city agenda soon

    In his report during the Tuesday, Dec. 4 Holyoke City Council meeting, city attorney Al Wall said the city will most likely have three options when it comes to marijuana, following the passage of Amendment 64 in November. A couple meetings ago, council m...
  • Marijuana may land on city agenda soon

    In his report during the Tuesday, Dec. 4 Holyoke City Council meeting, city attorney Al Wall said the city will most likely have three options when it comes to marijuana, following the passage of Amendment 64 in November. A couple meetings ago, council m...
  • School audit shows higher than expected beginning fund balance

    It was good news to Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education Tuesday, Dec. 4 when auditor Scott Szabo of Lauer, Szabo & Associates reported the 2012-13 year began with a beginning fund balance that was $160,000 higher than expected. The 2011-...
  • School audit shows higher than expected beginning fund balance

    It was good news to Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education Tuesday, Dec. 4 when auditor Scott Szabo of Lauer, Szabo & Associates reported the 2012-13 year began with a beginning fund balance that was $160,000 higher than expected. The 2011-...
  • Hospital board approves budget

    East Phillips County Hospital District board met Tuesday, Dec. 4. The meeting was moved from Tuesday, Nov. 27, as the Thanksgiving holiday kept most of the board away. During last week’s meeting, board members approved the 2013 budget. They also approv...
  • Hospital board approves budget

    East Phillips County Hospital District board met Tuesday, Dec. 4. The meeting was moved from Tuesday, Nov. 27, as the Thanksgiving holiday kept most of the board away. During last week’s meeting, board members approved the 2013 budget. They also approv...
  • Weather provides perfect evening for annual community Christmas celebration in Holyoke

    Aubree Kammer was all smiles as she sat upon Santa and Mrs. Claus’ lap Monday night for a photograph.Aidan Tomky, at left and his brother Evan were lucky enough to run into Santa and Mrs. Claus Monday night. The brothers had their Christmas wish lists r...
  • NHS dodgeball tourney benefits burn victim Jen Struckmeyer

    Holyoke High School’s National Honor Society chapter hosted a benefit dodgeball tournament Saturday, Dec. 1, with funds designated for Wages firefighter Jennifer Struckmeyer, who was severely injured in the Heartstrong Fire in Yuma County last March. S...
  • Home Sweet Home

    With a little help from gumdrops, peppermints, candy canes and lots of frosting, gingerbread houses came to life Saturday, Dec. 1 at the 2012 Kids’ Holiday. Over 40 kids participated in the event, put on by Holyoke Chamber of Commerce and CSU Extension....
  • Biddle recognized for 60 years in DKG

    Three members of Alpha Eta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma enjoyed a road trip to Fort Collins Saturday, Dec. 1, where they presented a 60-year-membership recognition to Velma Biddle. They are pictured clockwise from front left, Biddle, Lynn Schneider, Kimbe...
  • Elementary students stand up to bullying

    The energy was electrifying in the HHS auditorium last Thursday, Nov. 29 when Holyoke Elementary students pledged to “Take a Stand, Lend a Hand, Stop Bullying.” The program not only educated students about bullying, but it also showcased and celebrat...
  • Mullaney hopes to spread new dog game in Colorado

    Rich Mullaney is pictured at left as he oversees his dog Mikey during a session of Treibball.Treibball is a game/competition where a dog herds eight large balls of varying sizes into a soccer size net. To develop rules and promote the new game, the Americ...
  • Authors of World War II book plan signing Dec. 8 at Inklings

    Dr. John Elliff and Denny Dressman, authors of “Sterling Heroes of World War II,” will be in Holyoke at Inklings Book Store’s Christmas Tea Saturday, Dec. 8, starting at 9 a.m. Their book was launched July 4 this year, and the two look forward to s...
  • Swimmers compete at Valley Invitational

    By far the smallest team competing against nine other schools, HHS swimmers swam hard, with many setting new personal records at the Valley Viking Invitational Saturday, Dec. 1. There were 75 competitors in the 50-yd. freestyle alone. Coach Luke Thomas...