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  • Burning ceremony retires tattered flags

      Members of Holyoke Boy Scout Troop 32 are pictured as they start flags on fire in one of three barrels in a Tuesday, March 17 flag-burning ceremony. Tattered flags were destroyed in a respectable way. Scouts are pictured from left, Duncan Brandt, Ca...
  • Severance tax revenue drop fuels Water Resources funding debate

        New estimates that show severance tax revenue plummeting next year is fueling debate over how to fund the Colorado Division of Water Resources, also known as the state engineer’s office, without hefty fee increases.    The Legislative Council...
  • Holyoke City Council has short agenda

        Holyoke City Council had few items of business on the agenda for its meeting Tuesday night, March 17.    During the meeting, a one-hour executive session was held for the purpose of receiving counsel from City Attorney Al Wall. The scheduled wor...
  • Reading with children encouraged by Roth

        Reading with children, starting at a very young age, is encouraged by Nora Roth as she works on her Focus on Children FCCLA project.    In the activity portion of her project, Roth has been visiting daycare homes in the community, delivering tog...
  • Synergy Brass Quintet to perform March 31

     Emerging as one of the country’s most exciting ensembles, the Synergy Brass Quintet will perform on Tuesday, March 31 as part of the Phillips County 2008-2009 Entertainment Series. Their new and exciting brand of chamber music will be showcased at th...
  • Vote with CSU Extension: Participate in Earth Hour Saturday, March 28

        Join a global effort to reduce your carbon footprint on Saturday, March 28 for one hour starting at 8:30 p.m. What you need to do is so simple: turn your lights off from 8:30-9:30 p.m. to cast your vote for a call to action on climate change and to...
  • Holocaust survivor to speak to students, community Thursday

        A gripping tale of survival is in store for area residents today, Thursday, March 19 as Benny Hochman, 85, will share his story of surviving the Holocaust.    The program is scheduled in the HHS auditorium from 2-3:30 p.m. as a school assembly t...
  • Community Night Monday

     To get a taste of Holyoke’s businesses and organizations, the community is invited to the 26th Annual Community Night on Monday, March 23 at Holyoke High School. From 5:30-8 p.m. community members can visit info booths set up by area businesses and...
  • Local Health Fair coming Saturday

        East Phillips County Hospital District will host its annual health fair on Saturday, March 21 from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. at Holyoke High School.    Those who had their blood drawn will be able to pick up their lab results and visit with a provider abou...
  • 2nd half of legislative assembly will be about following the money

        For most of northeast Colorado’s delegation, the second half of the 120-day General Assembly will be about following the money.    Republican Reps. Cory Gardner of Yuma, Jerry Sonnenberg of Sterling and Kevin Priola of Henderson, along with Se...
  • Scoop'n the News — Dragon boy's basketball team makes community proud

        Holyoke High School’s boys’ basketball team achieved runner-up honors in the entire state of Colorado in 2A basketball last weekend, and the size of the Dragon cheering section was phenomenal.    Holyoke turned out in full force to cheer on ...
  • Health is not a condition of matter, but of mind

    So Thirsty A small boy is sent to bed by his father. Five minutes later: “Da-ad...” “What?” asks the father. “I’m thirsty. Can you bring me a drink of water?”  “No. You had your chance. Lights out.” Replies the father. Again the boy ...
  • America's economy needs farmers

        This week we commemorate American agriculture and the benefits it brings to our society, our economy and our environment. But most of all, we celebrate the productivity of our nation’s farmers and ranchers. Governor Ritter has declared March 20, ...
  • Appreciation shown for state b-ball coverage

    Dear Editor:    Being able to listen to the state tournament basketball games on Star 92.3 was truly “the next best thing to being there!” Not being able to attend all rounds of the state tournament was disappointing; however, Star 92.3 made me fee...
  • Entries sought for 7th Annual P.C. Art Show March 26-29

        The annual Phillips County Art Show and Sale will be held Thursday-Sunday, March 26-29 at the Holyoke High School Commons, 545 East Hale Street. The show will feature the work of regional artists of Colorado and Nebraska.     This is the seventh...
  • 5 graduate from Guys and Dolls

        Guys and Dolls Square Dance Club graduated five new enthusiastic dancers on Sunday, March 8 at the Haxtun Community Center. The new graduates are Paul and Kathy Wernsman, Chuck and Joan Dvorak and Makenzie Long, all from Haxtun. Patricia Klinzman, ...
  • CBS4 News spotlights Bahlers in recession report

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  • CBS4 News spotlights Bahlers in recession report

    CBS4 News reporter Suzanne McCarroll interviews Albert and Annie Bahler for a report on beating the recession to air on the program in the near future. McCarroll asked the Bahlers questions about the Depression era and how it compares to today’s recessi...
  • Fun had by all at Taste of Ag

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  • Fun had by all at Taste of Ag

    Cathy Starkebaum, pictured at left, lifts her granddaughter Bobbi Starkebaum up on the MV Equipment booth so employee Jessie Ruiz, right, can give her a new John Deere hat at the Taste of Agriculture event on Monday, March 16. This year’s Taste of Ag wa...