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  • Rebecca and Kuba mesmerize audience

    The audience attending the Phillips County Arts Council performance of Rebecca Lowe, an acclaimed Broadway Theater vocalist, and multi-instrumentalist Jakub “Kuba” Kawnik was treated to a performance of songs from the American songbook to European cla...
  • CHS Grainland encouraged to educate consumers

    Speaking to the hearts of CHS Grainland members, guest speaker Trent Loos emphasized the significance of educating consumers because they don’t know where their food comes from. At the March 5 annual meeting at the Phillips County Event Center, Loos po...
  • Paoli Coop, Scoular partner

    Paoli Farmers Cooperative and the Scoular Company jointly announce that the two companies have formed an agreement to partner on grain marketing and handling activities at the cooperative’s facility in Paoli. “We’ve always been committed to serving...
  • USDA reminds producers of March 15 sales closing date

    Leland Swenson, state executive director of the Colorado Farm Service Agency, urges producers who want to purchase coverage through the Noninsured Crop Disaster Assistance Program, or NAP, to do so before the sales closing date of March 15. Due to March ...
  • Robinsons buy building for catering business

    The commercial building at 130 E. Denver St. in Holyoke (formerly D. Scott Realty) was purchased by Allyn and Sheila Robinson March 4. They will be using the building for R & B Catering, a catering service focused on barbecue. Because the building ha...
  • March 26 workshop helps farm families leave a lasting legacy

    For farm and ranch families struggling with questions surrounding the transfer of their property to the next generation, CSU Extension is offering a Lasting Legacy workshop Thursday, March 26, in Yuma. The program will run from 9:30 a.m.-4 p.m. and will ...
  • Green and Growing: Tune up techniques and increase profits with Certified Crop Advisers

    Area crop producers are now in an economic bind as they near this year’s growing season. Prices for corn, wheat, alfalfa and other area crops are very low at a time when input costs from fertilizer, pesticides, farm machinery maintenance and operation a...
  • Ag handbook available from CSU Extension

    The 2014 edition of the Golden Plains Area Agricultural Handbook is currently in production, and orders are being taken now for copies of the handbook from CSU Extension. This publication is a permanent and often-used item in many farm, ranch and agribus...
  • Voice of Ag

    Last week, I had the opportunity to take the sixth-grade math test most states require called the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (better known as PARCC). Now, I consider myself higher than average when it comes to math. A...
  • Extension Corner

    4-H citizenship Did you know that belonging to a 4-H club is more than just going to a meeting and completing a 4-H project each year? 4-H members have the amazing opportunity of participating in so much more. Citizenship is an area that is emphasized i...
  • Kid Tested, Uncle Approved

    Disney’s “The Pirate Fairy” Last time, I watched a LEGO superhero movie, so it’s only fair that I watch something for all the princesses out there. That’s right, dads, we’re watching “Frozen” again! Just kidding; I wouldn’t do that to ...
  • Extension Corner

    Best perennials for your landscape According to the National Garden Bureau, this is the year of the gaillardia, a great native plant for our local landscapes. It only takes a few plants to make an impact with gaillardia. Along with gaillardia, coneflowe...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoMarch 11, 2010 Heidi Black recently began performing chiropractic duties at the Brandt Chiropractic office in Holyoke. HHS freshman Jaydin Goldenstein will spend a week in Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic playing for the USA 15-and-...
  • Second diabetes and exercise webinar is Wednesday, April 8

    The second in a series of diabetes-related webinars to be broadcast in numerous locations across northeast Colorado is set for Wednesday, April 8, at 10 a.m. The webinars will allow people to learn about a variety of topics and interact live with the pro...
  • Volunteers can sign up to help with Vietnam Traveling Wall in Imperial

    People from throughout the region wanting to volunteer during the visit of the Vietnam Traveling Wall to Imperial, Neb., April 22-26 can now do so. Organizer Jana Pribbeno said people can sign up either online or by visiting or calling Pinnacle Bank in I...
  • Holyoke looking to get fit, bit by bit

    As spring weather continues to fade in and out these last few weeks of winter, Holyokeans are finding the local community on a bit of a fitness surge. More people are living overly busy lifestyles, and it’s not a bad thing to occasionally need a little...
  • Holyoke looking to get fit, bit by bit

    As spring weather continues to fade in and out these last few weeks of winter, Holyokeans are finding the local community on a bit of a fitness surge. More people are living overly busy lifestyles, and it’s not a bad thing to occasionally need a little...
  • McCleary to create supt. transition plan

    After officially being hired as Holyoke’s new school superintendent at the March 3 board meeting, John McCleary said he looks forward to making a smooth transition with current Superintendent Bret Miles. McCleary told the board he will be drafting a tr...
  • McCleary to create supt. transition plan

    After officially being hired as Holyoke’s new school superintendent at the March 3 board meeting, John McCleary said he looks forward to making a smooth transition with current Superintendent Bret Miles. McCleary told the board he will be drafting a tr...
  • City employees to become certified weather spotters

    Discussing the need for more local people to be certified as weather spotters, Holyoke City Council, at its Tuesday, March 3, meeting, decided to send Holyoke Police officers and members from each city department to the upcoming National Weather Service...