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  • Post Prom: memorable nightcap to evening of fun

    Bungee basketball, laser tag, blacklight dodge ball, Just Dance 2, blind volleyball, Minute To Win It, blackjack and craps. It all began at midnight after the elegant Prom banquet, Grand March and dance. Post Prom party activity has been a routine for H...
  • FCCLA soars to new heights as they 'PWR^.NOW'

    “PWR^.NOW” has been the statewide theme for Family, Career and Community Leaders of America this year. Holyoke FCCLA celebrated its success in soaring to new heights at the April 28 member recognition program. Technology terminology was used creative...
  • Hudiburgh reflects on 14 years of teaching in Holyoke and anticipates a change

    “Hudi is awesome” is the common response one will receive when discussing Lynette Hudiburgh with her students and colleagues. Just what is it that makes Hudiburgh so awesome? High school counselor Summer Maloney, who had the privilege of learning und...
  • Stewart named Daniels Scholar

    HHS senior Ella Stewart was recently named a Daniels Scholar by the Daniels Fund. 267 high school seniors who have demonstrated strong character and a determination to succeed in life have been named Daniels Scholars and will receive funding to attend th...
  • Stem cell research has helped families of Holyoke

    Research for stem cells is still underway, but what most people know is what the cells do. When stem cells enter the body, their purpose is to replace damaged as well as diseased cells within the body, whether the cells are needed in the spinal cord, hear...
  • Goldenstein smacks 4 home runs in Wray

    HHS sophomore Jaydin Goldenstein had an excellent outing Friday, April 29 in Wray for the Holyoke Dragons as he helped his team complete a sweep of the Eagles. Holyoke’s doubleheader with Wray was moved forward a day to try to avoid the weather on Satur...
  • HHS takes game 1; weather, game 2

    Despite rains drowning the ball field just days earlier, Holyoke managed to take to the home diamond to host Burlington, Tuesday, April 26. The field didn’t stay dry long however as the skies opened back up during the second game of the doubleheader, f...
  • Dragons No. 1 seed in district tourney

    Holyoke Dragons received the No. 1 seed and a first round bye in the district baseball tournament scheduled for Friday-Saturday, May 6-7 in Yuma. Starting off in the semifinals, Holyoke will face the winner of No. 4 Akron and No. 5 Sedgwick County who pl...
  • Golf reaches home stretch

    Holyoke girls’ golf team hosted a scramble tournament in Holyoke Tuesday, April 26. Five Lady Dragon golfers took to the course for the 18-hole scramble style tournament. Teams participating were Wray, Yuma, Brush, Fleming and Holyoke. Makayla Spitz a...
  • Holyoke team wins state USBC tournament

    Holyoke’s Should-a-Bens took first place at the 58th Women’s Classified Handicap Bowling Tournament in Arvada April 16-17. Team members are pictured from left, Karla DeBoer, Marilyn Miller, Kim Young and Wanda Hassler. There were 218 teams in the hand...
  • JH track results reported from Perkins County and Chase County meets

    Holyoke junior high track teams have been busy competing as their season winds down to the end. Teams traveled to Perkins County, Neb. April 14 and competed well. Thursday, April 28 teams traveled to Chase County, Neb. At the Chase County meet the seve...
  • Glenda McNab receives award for advocate work

    Glenda McNab, the daughter-in-law of Merna Olsen of Holyoke, recently received an award for her time and dedication spent to serving as a victims’ advocate. She received the Ray MacKinnon Award during Crime Victims Rights Week April 10-16. The award is...
  • AWANA members celebrate successful year

    Local AWANA club members were recognized in the group’s year-end program Wednesday, April 27 at First Baptist Church in Holyoke. AWANA is a non-denominational children’s ministry for preschool through sixth grade youth. It meets weekly from October t...
  • Hospital reaching out to organizations, businesses

    The first of a series of small meetings has taken place between East Phillips County Hospital District Board members and members of the community. Board member Sheryl Farnsworth reported on a recent presentation during the EPCHD board meeting Tuesday, Apr...
  • Joint Select committee members to introduce redistricting maps

    The Joint Select Committee on Redistricting has ended its work without the promised bipartisan congressional map they had hoped to produce. Instead, however, members of the committee are introducing their own maps, with Senate Democrats supporting a bill ...
  • FBLA celebrates effort in 'breaking barriers' in 2010-11

    “Breaking Barriers” has been the Future Business Leaders of America emphasis this year, and Holyoke FBLA chapter members acknowledged success at the April 26 recognition night. Chapter president Sydney Nelson recognized the effort involved in making ...
  • Grainland Cooperative members approve merger with CHS Inc.

    Members of Grainland Cooperative, with headquarters in Holyoke, voted last week to approve a merger with CHS Inc., a Fortune 100 energy, grains and foods company. The proposal passed with 67 percent approval and will become effective in June, pending app...
  • SURE eligibility is outlined for farmers

    FSA has received clarification on situations when a crop is planted following the failure of the first crop. To avoid eligibility concerns for the Supplemental Revenue Assistance Payment Program (SURE), FSA is sharing this clarification with producers and...
  • FSA announces emergency loans

    On Sept. 15, 2010, Governor Bill Ritter, Jr. requested a disaster designation for Yuma County, due to losses caused by a severe storm with hail and a tornado that occurred June 21, 2010. USDA has determined there were sufficient production losses to warr...
  • It's the Pitts

    OUCH! A group of well-meaning but overly-sensitive people are trying to rid the world of pain and suffering, starting with hot iron branding. Believe me, there’s no one in the world who wants to get rid of pain more than me, but as I look around there ...