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  • I'm Just Cookin'

    Fire up the grill for Labor DayThe most popular days for Americans to grill are the Fourth of July, Memorial Day and, of course, Labor Day. So it’s time to celebrate your day off work, bust out the grill and soak up the (unofficial) last day of summer. ...
  • Holyoke students set to experience Challenge Day

    Holyoke students in grades 7-12 will experience an eye-opening and most likely emotional day Wednesday-Thursday, Sept. 5-6. This will be the second time the Challenge Day program has visited Holyoke. Six years ago, the Holyoke FCCLA chapter helped bring...
  • Adler, Woodhead crowned season champs at Phillips County Raceway

    Holyoke’s Jacob Adler and Mike “Woody” Woodhead were named track champions in their respective divisions Friday night, Aug. 24 at Phillips County Raceway. Woodhead narrowly edged out Austin Davis of Benkelman, Neb. by four points, 362-358, to claim...
  • Phillips Co. 4-H projects successful at State Fair

    One grand champion, four reserve grand champions, five unit champions and two reserve unit champions led the awards earned by Phillips County 4-H members for their projects entered at the 2012 Colorado State Fair. Results from State Fair judging were ann...
  • School approves $25,000 allocation for GOCO grant

    A Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) grant application to include a new track and lighting for the HHS football field/track will include a $25,000 allocation as the district’s cash contribution. Approval of that cash amount was given by the Re-1J board at ...
  • Advice offered to help parents work effectively with schools

    Research indicates that children whose parents get involved with their education are more likely to earn better grades and less likely to have behavior problems in the classroom. The concept of parents working in conjunction with schools is nothing new. ...
  • USDA issues new meal requirements

    The United States Department of Agriculture has recently issued new school menu requirements that will be effective for the 2012-13 school year. This means Haxtun, Holyoke and Fleming students will see some changes in the foods served at school this year...
  • Board to welcome new Re-1J teachers

    Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education will host a new teacher welcome reception Tuesday, Sept. 4 at 6:30 p.m. prior to the regular board meeting at 7 p.m. The board will welcome the teachers in the board meeting room in HJHS Room 218. The supe...
  • Lawn care important when preparing for a cold winter

    Every weekend of the last few months homeowners have spent mowing, weeding, edging and trimming their lawn so that it will look its best. In order to ensure a lawn makes a complete recovery after winter hibernation, one may want to spend the fall taking s...
  • Master Chorale seeks singers

    The Master Chorale, under the direction of Don Johnson, will begin rehearsals for its Christmas Concert Tuesday, Sept. 4 at 7 p.m. in Room 178 French Hall, Northeastern Junior College in Sterling. All singers in northeastern Colorado and southwestern Neb...
  • Heartland Saddle Club plans trail competition

    Area trail riders are being asked to saddle up their horses for the third annual Heartland Saddle Club competitive trail challenge. As part of the American Competitive Trail Horse Association (ACTHA) organization, this friendly competition is used to pro...
  • Dragons look forward to new year

    New Holyoke Dragon football coach John Zilla is very pleased with where the team stands heading into this Friday’s season opener against St. Francis, Kan. “I’m excited. I can’t wait,” Zilla said. Twenty-eight players make up this year’s Drag...
  • Volleyball girls all set for '12 season

    Fall is in the air, and that means it’s time for Holyoke High School girls to get the ball rolling for their 2012 volleyball season. Twenty-four girls are pumped to kick off the year with their first game Tuesday, Sept. 4 in Merino. Coaches Michelle Vi...
  • Golfers shoot well at tough Eaton tourney

    Deyten Klein turned in the low score for the Holyoke boys’ golf team after a nice round of 83 Thursday, Aug. 16 in Eaton. Keaton Arkulari also came in under 90 with an 88. Gage Garnas and Kody Timm rounded out scoring with 91 and 100 respectively. Holy...
  • School Menu

    Sept. 3-7 Elementary Breakfast Monday, Sept. 3: No school. Tuesday, Sept. 4: Breakfast burrito or fruit muffin choice, chilled pineapple, milk, juice. Wednesday, Sept. 5: Sausage and cheese bagel or bagel with toppings, pear, milk. Thursday, Sept. 6:...
  • Trinity Trot set for Sept. 8 in Ft. Morgan

    The third annual Trinity Trot 5K and one mile fun run will be held Saturday, Sept. 8 in Fort Morgan. The 5K run (or walk) will begin at 8:30 a.m. with the one-mile fun run following. The course will start on 7th Avenue and Lane Street and finish at Trin...
  • Harlem Ambassadors coming to Imperial

    Basketball fans and lovers of fun will have all they want in three weeks when the Harlem Ambassadors come to Imperial, Neb. The famed Harlem Ambassadors will face a local “Imperials” team when they take to the court on Thursday, Sept. 20, for a 7 p.m....
  • Rural Solutions to host legislative breakfast in Akron

    Rural Solutions will host a legislative breakfast from 8:30 a.m.-noon Sept. 7 at the Washington County Event Center at the fairgrounds in Akron. This meeting will provide legislators, county commissioners and local health and human service organizations ...
  • Sept. Meet & Eat Menu

    Monday, Sept. 3—Labor Day. Tuesday, Sept. 4—Spring garden chicken, California vegetables, Frito salad, onion roll, banana split fruit cup. Wednesday, Sept. 5—Beef and noodles, creamy coleslaw, bean medley, rolls, fresh fruit cup, lentil cookie wit...
  • Partners for Fish and Wildlife celebrate its 25th anniversary

    For the past 25 years, the Fish and Wildlife Services’ Partners for Fish and Wildlife program has been working with private landowners and organizations to restore, protect and enhance important wildlife habitats on private lands. Recognizing that over...