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  • A Caring Pregnancy message: ‘Choose life, that you and your children may live’

    Faith, science and personal stories were woven together seamlessly at the Saturday, Jan. 30, A Caring Pregnancy Resource Center fundraising banquet. Held at the Phillips County Event Center, the program featured guest speaker Frederick Brown, M.D. The ni...
  • KarDale’s takes pride in down-home comfort food

    Start with a hamburger patty topped with cheese, cover it with hash brown potatoes, then smother it in gravy — either white or brown. Oh, and in between the potatoes and gravy is the eater’s choice — anything from mushrooms to jalapeños, onions, o...
  • Brain Bowl kids dominate

    Holyoke Elementary School won first place in both the grade 3-4 division and the grade 5-6 division at the Sunrise Optimist Brain Bowl Saturday, Jan. 30, in Fort Morgan. Twenty-one students from Holyoke Elementary School competed on four teams, answering...
  • Solar systems rock worlds

    Holyoke Elementary has had a lobby full of science, as each fourth-grader’s imaginative solar system enjoyed its own space on display. This year, science teacher Heather Walter gave students free rein in deciding how to represent the eight planets circ...
  • Hot Tomatoes swings into Holyoke for Valentine’s Day

    Phillips County Arts Council presents a special Valentine’s Day concert featuring the Hot Tomatoes Dance Orchestra from Denver. Holyoke High School auditorium will be swinging with sounds of big band music Sunday, Feb. 14, at 2 p.m. This is an addition...
  • Super Gridiron Guessing Game Contest

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  • Dragons win big at Wiggins, Akron

    HHS basketball boys took home two big league wins this weekend with a 90-32 victory at Wiggins Friday, Jan. 29, and a 69-28 win at Akron Saturday, Jan. 30. “We took some great steps forward this past weekend, particularly the way we started both games,...
  • Girls find win on the road

    A 38-32 varsity win over Wiggins last Friday, Jan. 29, was a big spirit booster for the Holyoke girls basketball team. Although they fell 32-47 to Akron the following day, the team continues to show improvement on the court as they sail through the 2016 ...
  • Wear pink next Thursday

    Holyoke High School will be filled with pink Thursday, Feb. 11, for the annual Pink Out event. Dragon fans should wear pink to the home basketball games against Wray, beginning at 4 p.m., to bring awareness to breast cancer. Anyone who is battling breast...
  • JV and C boys earn 3 b-ball weekend wins

    Boys junior varsity and C teams met with success this past weekend with a JV win over Wiggins Friday, Jan. 29, and both JV and C victories at Akron Saturday, Jan. 30.   Holyoke JV 45, Wiggins 14 In Wiggins, the Dragons played three quarters for a ...
  • JV girls 1-1 in 2 close games

    Two tight games left the girls junior varsity basketball team with a loss at Wiggins Friday, Jan. 29, and a win at Akron Saturday, Jan. 30.   Holyoke 17, Wiggins 18 Both Holyoke and Wiggins scored four points in the first quarter, with the Dragons...
  • Junior high wrestlers keep busy schedule

    Holyoke Junior High wrestlers are seeing much action this season. They competed in the Yuma Bash Tuesday, Jan. 26, and hosted a four-team tournament in Holyoke Saturday, Jan. 30. They were scheduled to wrestle in the Sterling Bash Tuesday, Feb. 2, but th...
  • HJHS basketball girls continue winning streak

    Holyoke’s junior high girls basketball team enjoyed another winning week hosting Burlington Tuesday, Jan. 26, and Haxtun Thursday, Jan. 28. Saturday, A team traveled to Wray while B team traveled to Yuma for simultaneous tournaments with Wray and Yuma....
  • Lamm named district officer at FCCLA conference

    Twenty-five Holyoke High School FCCLA members and adviser Debbie Colglazier attended the annual Winter FCCLA Conference in Merino Wednesday, Jan. 27. Members were treated to a day of excitement and learning led by Colorado FCCLA State Adviser Robert Van D...
  • Bill going forward to allow mini-trucks on local roads

    Mini-truck dealer Pat Malloy just wants to make a living. And Rep. Jon Becker, a Fort Morgan Republican, wants to help. Malloy lives just outside of Eaton, in rural Weld County. For the last couple of years, he’s bought and sold mini-trucks, those smal...
  • Soil health workshop in Burlington Feb. 8

    The Burlington Conservation District, U.S. Department of Agriculture — Natural Resources Conservation Service and partners are sponsoring a half-day workshop Monday, Feb. 8, from 10 a.m.-2:30 p.m. to focus on soil health principles and Farm to Table par...
  • J. scholarships available for HS, college students

    Up to four college scholarships and two high school scholarships are available through the Colorado Press Association’s Scholarship Program, run by the Denver Foundation. The Colorado Press Association is a trade association dedicated to the preservati...
  • Fix Memorial funds available for HS grads for college scholarships

    The Leland Trust has announced the Don Fix Memorial Scholarship is available for graduates of the Holyoke and Haxtun high schools. Priority will be given to college students in the second year and beyond. Technical and short term vocational courses can a...
  • Local farmer directs donation to RE-1J Foundation, Inc.

    RE-1J Foundation has received a $2,500 donation from America’s Farmers Grow Communities, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund and directed by local farmer Kim Killin of Phillips County. The donation will help the organization pursue its mission of advocating...
  • Annie’s Project coming to Scottsbluff

    Nebraska Extension is excited to offer Annie’s Project in Scottsbluff, Neb. Annie’s Project empowers ranch women to be better business partners through networks and by managing and organizing critical information. The six-week course is designed espe...