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  • Local hospital board votes in opposition of Amendments 60, 61 and Proposition 101

    East Phillips County Hospital District (EPCHD) board members voted to adopt a resolution opposing Amendments 60, 61 and Proposition 101 at their Tuesday, Aug. 24 regular meeting. Hospital administrator John Ayoub presented board members with a resolution...
  • Amitie connection is perfect reason for impromtu country school reunion

    An array of “Do you remember when...” and “Do you remember so-and-so...” could be heard at Regent Park and Carriage House last week. Several Amitie schoolmates got together Thursday, Aug. 26 for a “class reunion” of sorts. Whether they attend...
  • Amitie connection is perfect reason for impromtu country school reunion

    An array of “Do you remember when...” and “Do you remember so-and-so...” could be heard at Regent Park and Carriage House last week. Several Amitie schoolmates got together Thursday, Aug. 26 for a “class reunion” of sorts. Whether they attend...
  • Rolling Stones scheduled to kick off Fathom Events

    Live from Holyoke, it’s The Rolling Stones through Fathom events. The very first Fathom event will take place Thursday, Sept. 16 at the Peerless Theatre. For the first time in over 30 years, legendary concert footage from the tour will be unveiled by t...
  • Rolling Stones scheduled to kick off Fathom Events

    Live from Holyoke, it’s The Rolling Stones through Fathom events. The very first Fathom event will take place Thursday, Sept. 16 at the Peerless Theatre. For the first time in over 30 years, legendary concert footage from the tour will be unveiled by t...
  • 90 years of doing things side by side

    They were born together, farmed together, nearly married together, drink coffee together, eat breakfast together and this past weekend they celebrated their 90th birthday together. Nearly 200 friends and family gathered at Phillips County Event Center Sa...
  • Class of 2011 ACT compared with state

    Results of the Colorado American College Test (ACT) taken by HHS juniors last spring show the Class of 2011 composite score at 18.4, compared to the state average of 19.4. The ACT is administered to all 11th grade students. There are four sub-tests inclu...
  • Holyoke School District Re-1J CSAP tests reviewed

    Colorado Student Assessment Program (CSAP) test results were released Aug. 10 and Holyoke School District’s highlights were presented at the Aug. 17 School Board meeting. The raw data included here is only part of the bigger picture. Supt. Bret Miles e...
  • Park plans include handicap accessible playground

    Phillips County has so many things to offer, but one thing it is lacking is a universally accessible playground, and a group of volunteers is hard at work making that a possibility. “Yes, Everyone Can Play!!” is a project of the Phillips County Commi...
  • HHS golfers keep busy

    Holyoke boys’ golf team chipped away at two more tournaments on their schedule last week. They played host to teams at Ballyneal Tuesday, Aug. 17 and traveled to Eaton Thursday, Aug. 19. Four golfers hit the course at Ballyneal where Kent Hiller turne...
  • Goldenstein's USA team is runner-up at Latin American Classic

    HHS sophomore Jaydin Goldenstein became a big part of the USA 15 and under baseball team and helped them capture runner-up honors at the Latin American Baseball Classic. “It was fun, I liked it,” Goldenstein said. He spent Aug. 2-9 in Santo Domingo, ...
  • School facility master plan study reviewed

    Facility conditions and educational suitability of both Holyoke Elementary and Holyoke JR/SR High schools were assessed recently in a facility master plan by the Neenan Company. Neenan representatives David Kurtz and Joe Glaze provided information on the...
  • Event Center receives new gardens

    Many people were involved with the newest part of Phillips County Event Center. Some of those involved are pictured from left, front row, José Muñoz, Linda Langelo and Chuck Stroh; and back row, Dave Hensley, Jim Fricke, Rodolfo Muñoz and Antonio Tapia...
  • First day of school is met with a smile

    As new and returning students at Holyoke Elementary School arrived for the first day of the 2010-11 school year, emotions ran the gamut from nervous to ecstatic. Following a quick recess for those arriving before the first bell, students line up with thei...
  • First day of school is met with a smile

    As new and returning students at Holyoke Elementary School arrived for the first day of the 2010-11 school year, emotions ran the gamut from nervous to ecstatic. Following a quick recess for those arriving before the first bell, students line up with thei...
  • Ballot details set for mill levy override

    One ballot question, seeking a 7.5 mill increase in local school funding, will appear on the Nov. 2 ballot for Holyoke School District Re-1J. Within that question, however, there will be two different sunset provisions. The 7.5 mill levy override will be...
  • Ballot details set for mill levy override

    One ballot question, seeking a 7.5 mill increase in local school funding, will appear on the Nov. 2 ballot for Holyoke School District Re-1J. Within that question, however, there will be two different sunset provisions. The 7.5 mill levy override will be...
  • Orville Tonsing takes over as new mayor

    Mayor Pro Tem Orville Tonsing was voted to take over as mayor of Holyoke during the Tuesday, Aug. 17 city council meeting. The position became vacant when David Nygaard resigned his spot at the Aug. 3 council meeting. Nominations were made for Tonsing a...
  • Orville Tonsing takes over as new mayor

    Mayor Pro Tem Orville Tonsing was voted to take over as mayor of Holyoke during the Tuesday, Aug. 17 city council meeting. The position became vacant when David Nygaard resigned his spot at the Aug. 3 council meeting. Nominations were made for Tonsing a...
  • Re-1J first-day student count drops by 19

    Enrollment in Holyoke School District Re-1J fell by 19 students compared to first-day numbers from the beginning of the 2009-10 school year. Historically, a few students enroll or withdraw right after Labor Day, noted Supt. Bret Miles. As a result, they ...