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  • Swim season ends

    HHS girls swimming on the Sterling High School team ended their season at the conference meet in Greeley Feb. 4-5. The SHS team earned 125 points to place 7th. Local girls finaled in nine events: Amy Krogmeier in four, Pam McWilliams in three and Briar ...
  • Dragons drop two on the road

    After losing a close game on their home court a week earlier, Holyoke boys’ basketball team hit the road looking for a win last weekend. They began a tough road trip by traveling to Burlington Friday, Feb. 4 and Wray Saturday, Feb. 5. The Dragons ran ...
  • JV boys go 4-2 throughout stretch

    HHS boys’ JV basketball team went 4-2 over their last six games played. Wins came over Wiggins, Akron, Caliche and Burlington while the team fell to Yuma and Wray.   Holyoke 52, Yuma 57 The Dragons played host to Yuma Tuesday, Jan. 18 and lost a...
  • C boys go 4-3 over last few weeks of play

    The Holyoke C boys’ basketball team captured four victories and fell three times over their last seven ball games. Wins came against Wiggins, Akron, Burlington and Wray. The Dragons fell to Yuma, Caliche and Haxtun.   Holyoke C 32, Yuma 59 The ...
  • Free throw contest winners advance

    Three Holyoke youth have the opportunity to advance to the Knights of Columbus State Free Throw Championships after winning the local and district competition Jan. 30. Zach Churchwell, Kaide Bules and Cody Lamm won their age divisions in the local contes...
  • JH action continues

    Holyoke junior high girls’ basketball teams stayed on the home court Thursday, Feb. 3 when they played host to Haxtun. All three teams came up short against the Bulldogs. The A team fell 14-35 to the Bulldogs. Megan Vieselmeyer led the team with eight ...
  • School board meets Tuesday, Feb. 15

    Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education will meet Tuesday, Feb. 15 at 7 p.m. in HJHS Room 218. Included in the superintendent’s report will be the BEST grant application process and final draft of “Destination 2016.” Action items on the a...
  • Upper Republican NRD project to help keep Nebraska in compliance

    A multi-million dollar project that will reduce groundwater use by agriculture while boosting stream flow to help keep Nebraska in compliance with the three-state Republican River Compact during dry periods has been approved by the Upper Republican Natura...
  • Holyoke Job Club kicks off March 8

    Phillips County Family Education Services, Social Services, Economic Development, Rural Solutions and Eastern Region Workforce Center are partnering to launch the brand new Holyoke Job Club next month. A series of six workshops will teach participants ab...
  • National FCCLA Week activities planned

    Members of Holyoke High School FCCLA Chapter join more than 200,000 members nationwide in celebrating National FCCLA week Feb. 7-13. Local FCCLA Chapter members will celebrate this week with school-wide activities. Following the state theme “fccla.pwr...
  • CAWG seeking new members

    The Colorado Association of Wheat Growers (CAWG) is currently conducting a membership drive. Wheat growers around the state received a membership form and letter encouraging them to join CAWG and become a part of a strong and united voice for wheat grower...
  • CRP meetings planned

    Colorado State University Extension is planning a series of informational meetings regarding CRP strategies. These strategies include re-enrollment, grazing, economics and cropping. Information regarding these topics will be presented using the latest r...
  • Business Briefs

    Computers Etc. recently expanded to include a satellite store in Julesburg, announced owner Lori Nelson. The new branch is located in Patty Carter’s “All that Jazz” coffee shop and gift store at 119 W. 2nd St. in Julesburg. Nail technician Anne Ki...
  • Another Perspective

    Modern modes of communication create positive and negative . . . Communication means continue to change dramatically as the years go by. I recall when one of my best friends went to Brazil as a Rotary exchange student our senior year in high school. It t...
  • It's the Pitts

    Better left unsaid Like most people involved in selling livestock I believe the faster you sell them the better it is. When it comes to auctions, the speechifying should be kept to a bare minimum. For one thing, there’s usually nothing anyone can say...
  • The Laughing Mom: humorous tales of motherhood

    Mommy takes a bath Toddlers are finicky creatures. I found this out a while back when I went to visit relatives. A few days into the visit, it was time to give my daughter Melise a bath. My hostess explained to me that the only tub available was the wal...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoFeb. 9, 2006 Students in the 2C classroom participate in an auction planned by student teacher Andrea Schlachter. A group of Phillips County citizens met Feb. 1 to discuss the idea of setting up a community foundation that could serve as a...
  • Service, support applauded as citizens are honored

    Willing service, loyal support and community pride were honored Monday night, Feb. 7 when Holyoke Chamber of Commerce celebrated 57 years at its 18th annual Gala. Headlining the evening program was recognition of Outstanding Business, Employee, Youth and...
  • Service, support applauded as citizens are honored

    Willing service, loyal support and community pride were honored Monday night, Feb. 7 when Holyoke Chamber of Commerce celebrated 57 years at its 18th annual Gala. Headlining the evening program was recognition of Outstanding Business, Employee, Youth and...
  • Holyoke family concerned with dangerous animals in town

    Dogs became the main topic of discussion for city council members at their Feb. 1 meeting. Lucas and Jennifer Hayes expressed their concern about a dangerous dog living in their neighborhood. Jennifer told the council about an incident that took place in...