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  • Maddie Starkebaum a 2011 NJC graduate

    Madeleine Starkebaum graduated Summa Cum Laude from Northeastern Junior College in Sterling Friday, May 13, earning her associate degree in business. She is a member of Phi Theta Kappa and was also in the honors program at NJC. Starkebaum was awarded th...
  • Crist earns business administration degree

    Sharon Crist of Holyoke graduated Summa Cum Laude from Northeastern Junior College in Sterling Friday, May 13 with an associate of applied science degree in business administration. She earned the Armilda W. Dowis award which recognizes outstanding gradu...
  • Baucke graduates from the Marines

    Justin Baucke graduated from Marines Basic School for officers on Thursday, May 5 at Quantico, Va. with honors, being in the top 10 percent of 280 second lieutenants. He is the son of Dan and Jan Baucke. Future plans include attending field artillery sch...
  • B.I.G. changes coming to Holyoke

    Founded and fully funded by Ray and Teresa Robles is the latest B.I.G. thing to happen here in Holyoke for our children. B.I.G. is not your average peewee wrestling club. The name was meant to encourage children to try something new and different. B.I.G....
  • Camp Rocky is an outdoor environmental adventure

    Camp Rocky is an outdoor educational opportunity for youth ages 14 through 19 who are looking for an outdoor adventure. Camp Rocky, sponsored by the Colorado Association of Conservation Districts (CACD), the Conservation Districts of Colorado, U.S. Burea...
  • Technology in the classroom

    It is sure that technology in the classrooms is changing from old blackboards to the new ActivInspire Promethean boards, notebooks are being replaced with computers, and pencil and paper is changing to the new and exciting Glogster EDU. Fund-raisers It ...
  • Japan's disaster ties in with community member

    “We are a very strong people, and we will rebuild.” This was something that was said to Linda Jelden from a friend in Japan after the recent earthquake and tsunami that hit Honshu, Japan. The first thing that came into Jelden’s mind when she first ...
  • Reduce, reuse, recycle

    Recycling isn’t something that just one person can do; everyone can do it, even here in Holyoke, Colorado. Tammie Timm says she started helping with the Holyoke recycling in 1998. She says she thinks recycling helps the earth by keeping trash out of la...
  • Delbert Haynes: World War II veteran

    Many people may call Delbert Haynes a lucky man while surviving World War II. He later had four children and numerous amounts of grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He said he joined the Air Force at age 21 when he was drafted. Some people might think...
  • First dollar of profit presented

    Holyoke Chamber of Commerce executive director Mary Tomky presented Darcy Greenwald of Stillpoint Acupuncture and Wellness with her first dollar of profit Tuesday, May 3. Greenwald, who lives in Julesburg, began offering her acupuncture services in Holyok...
  • History of judging

    I chose to do my interview on Tim Becker about his life and his career of livestock judging. Tim recently moved to Holyoke in July from Elbert County. When he was younger he participated in 4-H for 11 years and he enjoyed showing livestock. The projects ...
  • USDA announces extended deadline

    USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) State Executive Director Trudy Kareus, announced that the 2010 Average Crop Revenue Election (ACRE) production certification deadline has been extended to Sept. 1. Producers who participate in the ACRE program receive reven...
  • Workshops offered for area ranchers

    Area ranchers are being offered a rare opportunity to participate in a series of financial planning and range management workshops in Yuma and Kit Carson counties this summer. The workshops are possible due to a grant from the UDSA Risk Management Agency...
  • 15 Dragons on the road to State Track

    After a long wait this season, State Track is finally here and 15 excited Dragon tracksters are representing Holyoke at the final meet of the year. Because of the new system in place, state qualifiers were not officially announced until after the league ...
  • Congrats & Good Luck at the State Track Meet

    Dragon tracksters qualifying for the 2011 State Track Meet are pictured from left, bottom row, Matt Golden (alternate), Ryan Parker, Joel Rodriguez, Seth Baker, Cody Fricke, Alex Quintana, Patricia Adams, Shobi Burris (alternate) and Lindsay Helgoth (al...
  • Students in grades 4-6 excell at field day

    Tara KruegerSixth GradeJerrid Reitz, Jakob Knutson, Mauro MoralesFourth GradeSavannah BurrisFourth GradeDrew StewartFifth GradeTheresa Tharp’s Fifth GradeJaydy DominguezFourth GradeBrandon NevarazFifth GradeClick here for K-3 Field Day photos!...
  • Field day provides lots of fun for K-3 grades

    Riann Worley and Dylan HielscherKindergartenKristin VieselmeyerFirst GradeLoren Jo Oberle, Ethan Andersen, Alondra Bencomo Marquez, Ashley Rahe and Yeidy Mendoza GonzalezSecond GradeEthan JohnsonFirst GradeJohn Baumgartner’s Third GradeJosé Astorga, Mi...
  • Ovid native/former CU fullback/opera baritone to perform at NJC

    Monday, May 23, Met baritone, Ovid native and former CU fullback Keith Miller will perform at the Northeastern Junior College Corsberg Theatre at 7 p.m. He will be joined by soprano Sarah Davis in the duet “Quanto Amore!” from Donizetti’s Elixir of...
  • JH track wraps up season

    Holyoke junior high track teams wrapped up the 2011 season at the league track meet in Sterling Thursday, May 5. The seventh grade boys brought home the championship trophy while the eighth grade boys captured second place. Girls team scores were not ava...
  • Girls' golf season wraps up

    HHS freshman Makayla Spitz was the lone participant for the Dragons at the regional golf tournament held Monday, May 9 at Marianna Butte Golf Course in Loveland. Spitz carded a 138 to round out her freshman career. Coach Garrett Gordon said he was very ...