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  • Holiday services set

    Churches in Holyoke and the surrounding area will celebrate the holiday season with special services. Holyoke Assembly of God will have their regular Sunday service on Dec. 20, then at 3 p.m. they will be going caroling followed by a birthday party at 5 ...
  • Harvest wraps up

    Snow delayed corn harvest this year, but it hasn’t completely shut everyone down. Steve Young of Grainland Coop said harvest was about 95 percent complete as of Monday, Dec. 14. Recent snowfall halted the final stages, but farmers were back in the fie...
  • H1N1 vaccine now available to everyone

    The Northeast Colorado Health Department has opened up the H1N1 vaccine to all northeast Colorado residents. “We have received enough of the H1N1 vaccine that we are now opening it up to anyone that would like to receive one,” said John Crosthwait, N...
  • Short agenda for council

    Holyoke City Council members had a short agenda for the Tuesday, Dec. 1 meeting. Council members decided to offer a vacation day as a door prize at the city employee and council Christmas party. It was also suggested a second day be offered. Ray Bailey s...
  • Another Perspective

    Welcome to my world, Preslin Lorelle Lutz What better way to anticipate celebration of the Christ child’s birth than to celebrate the REAL birth of Preslin Lorelle Lutz. We met our precious third grandchild Friday afternoon when we took Austin, 6, and...
  • The Laughing Mom: humorous tales of motherhood

    A different idea of fun Last summer, my darling husband suggested that we take a day of rest and relaxation. That sounded so nice! I had visions of being a couch potato while letting the day pass slowly and quietly. But I must have momentarily forgotten ...
  • It's the Pitts

    Loco-vores You aren’t going to believe this one. Or, perhaps you will when I tell you where the event took place. It seems that some folks out in San Francisco, Calif. have started eating dirt. Yes, now in addition to scheduling wine and olive tastings...
  • New cervical cancer screening guidelines set for women

    It’s not surprising that women are confused about the recently changed recommendations for cancer screening and prevention. New guidelines from the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG)—the leading medical group that provides hea...
  • Students get audience laughing at annual Christmas program

    Despite cold and snowy weather, kindergarten, second and fourth graders entertained a packed house at the Holyoke Elementary Christmas Program Monday evening, Dec. 7. Under the direction of Marcia Dalton, students enjoyed presenting Christmas favorites l...
  • DCP, ACRE program enrollments begin

    Enrollment for the 2010 Direct and Counter-cyclical Program (DCP) and the Average Crop Revenue Election (ACRE) program has begun and will continue through June 1, 2010. For 2010, eligible producers may request to receive advance direct payments based on ...
  • Business appreciation breakfast set

    Business owners from Logan, Morgan, Phillips, Sedgwick, Washington and Yuma counties are invited to the Governor’s Business Appreciation Breakfast and Expo in Ft. Morgan. The event will take place at 7:30 a.m., Monday, Dec. 14 at Morgan Community Colleg...
  • Regional historian to sign books

    Regional historian Doris Monahan will be in Holyoke Saturday, Dec. 12 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. to autograph two books. Featured at Inklings Book Store’s annual Christmas tea, Monahan will be signing her newest book, Julesburg and Fort Sedgwick, Wicked City...
  • Pearl Harbor attack felt in Holyoke

    Dec. 7, 1941 is a date many if not all Americans know. It was a day of grim horror for the United States. Japan launched an early morning attack on the United States Naval Base at Pearl Harbor 68 years ago, which ultimately resulted in the United States ...
  • Dragons fourth at Middle Park; Stroh earns Outstanding Award

    Led by six placers, including three champions, the Dragon wrestling team opened its season in style, finishing fourth amongst tough competition at the Middle Park Invitational in Granby Saturday, Dec. 5. Adding to the Dragon success, senior Chad Stroh wa...
  • Girls come from behind for a season-opener win

    HHS Lady Dragon varsity basketball welcomed their 2009 season with a busy weekend of competition Friday, Dec. 4 and Saturday, Dec. 5. The team fought hard and came from behind for a win over Idalia in Friday’s season opener, but could not come up with a...
  • Boys take Wray in home opener; fall to Idalia on the road Friday

    Holyoke split the first two boys’ basketball games of the season, falling to Idalia 43-46 and beating Wray 41-35. Holyoke 43, Idalia 46 The Dragons traveled to Idalia Friday, Dec. 4 and got off to a quick start as Evan Swanson hit three of his five th...
  • JV girls fall to Idalia, Wray in season openers

    Girls’ jayvee basketball team could not find victory during last weekend’s competitions, losing to Idalia 24-31 Friday, Dec. 4 and Wray 21-55 Saturday, Dec. 5. Coach Arlan Scholl noted although they lost, the team played hard. Both the JV and C teams...
  • C girls fall to Wray

    In their season opener against Wray Saturday, Dec. 5, Holyoke girls’ basketball C team suffered a 21-45 loss. Wray led in scoring throughout the game. Marissa Chambers and Elissa Baker both claimed six points for the Dragons followed by Makaila Staplet...
  • JV boys open season with one win, one loss

    HHS boys’ jayvee basketball team started off their season with a big win in Idalia Friday, Dec. 4, dominating the game 44-13. Taking on Wray at home Saturday, Dec. 5, the Dragons fell to the Eagles, 47-82. Holyoke JV 44, Idalia 13 Holyoke led in scor...