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  • Firemen participate in training; host annual ball

        With summer around the corner and hotter temperatures on the way, members of the Holyoke Volunteer Fire Department prepare for their Annual Firemen’s Ball at 9 p.m. this Saturday, June 13 at the Holyoke Vets Club.     “Big Ronnie and the Cir...
  • First Party Receivables now handling Family Practice clinic self-pay billing

        Patients of Family Practice of Holyoke may soon notice their billing statements have a new look. Since June 1, the rural health clinic has been using First Party Receivables out of Greeley to handle its self-pay billing.    East Phillips County ...
  • First wind turbine set in Holyoke

        Both Roy Pfaltzgraff III and Paul Mailander are emerging as forerunners in the up and coming industry of wind energy. Although individuals have been harnessing the power of wind for more than a century, a recent spike of interest in the concept has...
  • New hospital district CFO to start soon

        A new CFO has been hired for East Phillips County Hospital District by administrator John Ayoub, who informed hospital board members of the selection at the meeting Wednesday, May 27.    Greg Was will be stepping into the position in the early p...
  • Event Center construction progressing steadily

        Going over the details of construction of the new Event Center at the fairgrounds has kept Phillips County commissioners busy during the month of May, they reported at their Friday, May 29 meeting.    Progress continues to move steadily on the b...
  • Torrential rainfall brings 3.5 inches

        Torrential rains which started in Holyoke about 7 p.m. Monday evening, June 1, had netted 3.5 inches of precipitation by 7 a.m. Tuesday, according to National Weather Service weather observer Dan Kafka from his home southwest of Holyoke. He said th...
  • Jolly Dozen to host State FCE Conf.

        Traveling from all four corners of the state, between 60-75 women (and a few husbands) are expected to be in Holyoke June 11-14 as the local FCE Jolly Dozen Club hosts the 78th Annual State FCE Conference.    Most of the meetings and workshops w...
  • First wind turbine set in Holyoke

        Both Roy Pfaltzgraff III and Paul Mailander are emerging as forerunners in the up and coming industry of wind energy. Although individuals have been harnessing the power of wind for more than a century, a recent spike of interest in the concept has...
  • New hospital district CFO to start soon

        A new CFO has been hired for East Phillips County Hospital District by administrator John Ayoub, who informed hospital board members of the selection at the meeting Wednesday, May 27.    Greg Was will be stepping into the position in the early p...
  • Event Center construction progressing steadily

        Going over the details of construction of the new Event Center at the fairgrounds has kept Phillips County commissioners busy during the month of May, they reported at their Friday, May 29 meeting.    Progress continues to move steadily on the b...
  • Summer reading program announced

        Heginbotham Library will once again be holding its annual summer reading program this summer.        Children 3 years old through fourth grade are invited to join the program. Registration for “Be Creative At Your Library” is Wednesday, J...
  • City Code Chatter (CCC) — Holyoke ordinances detailed

        What do junk, weeds and animals have in common?    City of Holyoke codes govern all three, and these were the main areas of focus targeted by Holyoke City Council when a part-time code enforcement officer position was created a year ago.    F...
  • Health is not a condition of matter, but of mind

    West Nile    The first reported case of West Nile in the United States was in New York in 1999. The first-ever reported case of West Nile was in the West Nile District of Uganda in 1937. Since that time, the virus has become one of the most widely spre...
  • It's the Pitts

    A Not So Good-Night    Once upon a time majestic hotels provided temporary comfort for cattle buyers in town to do business at one of the major stockyards that once dotted our landscape. The motels cattle buyers stay at these days aren’t near as gran...
  • Penny Harvest gives grants, organizes service projects

     In the final stage of the Penny Harvest project, Holyoke Community Helpers awarded grant money to the Colorado Humane Society, the Brittney Ferguson family and the Danny Vernon family. Checks were presented to the Fergusons and Vernons at an assembly f...
  • Akron Research Station dryland farming field day is June 17

        The 102nd USDA-ARS Central Great Plains Research Station Field Day event is scheduled for Wednesday, June 17 at the Akron Research Station, four miles east of Akron on Highway 34. The day begins at 7:30 a.m.    Come join the field day for an inf...
  • Colorado Ranching Legacy Program created for conservation

        For more than 150 years, ranching has been a major contributor to Colorado’s economy while at the same time, keeping millions of acres of Colorado’s open space intact. However, the number of ranchers and ranches in Colorado is continually decli...
  • Julia Doerksen promoted at local Bank of Colorado

        Bank of Colorado announces the promotion of Julia Doerksen to lending officer. She is working in the Holyoke office at 133 N. Interocean Ave.    Doerksen is involved in real estate and all types of consumer lending. Prior to joining Bank of Colo...
  • CDA hay directory deadline is June 15

     Colorado Department of Agriculture is accepting listings for the 2009 Colorado Hay Directory. This annual publication markets Colorado hay to buyers in the state and around the country. “First published in 1987, the directory continues to be an imp...
  • Wray profitable grass management workshop dates announced in June

        Yuma County Conservation District invites everyone who has grass for grazing, cows that like to eat grass or both to attend a two-part Managing Grass Profitably Workshop.      The workshop will be Friday, June 12 and Saturday, June 13. It is no...