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  • Owens retires from Holyoke Marketplace

    Kenny Owens has retired from Holyoke Marketplace and Wray Market. Co-owners Brad and Jill Moline of Imperial, Neb., have purchased Owens’ stock in NECO, which involves the Holyoke and Wray grocery stores. The Molines noted appreciation for Owens in th...
  • Farming Evolution no-till event in Holyoke Feb. 17-18

    Have ag producers been thinking about switching to no-till? Are they already doing no-till and wonder if they can do better? For questions about no-till or the recent changes in farming practices, plan to attend the 2016 Farming Evolution Wednesday-Thurs...
  • Premier Farm Credit announces cash patronage dividend

    Ag lender Premier Farm Credit has announced it will pay its borrower-owners a $3 million cash patronage dividend for their 2015 business. This payout will come in the form of checks mailed out in mid-March. “We’re excited to be able to provide anothe...
  • Rojo in the placing ranks at Lexington Invite

    Entering a tough 113-lb. bracket at the John Higgins Wrestling Invitational in Lexington, Neb., Saturday, Jan. 23, Eric Rojo came home with a fourth-place medal. Coach Brady Walter was pleased with Rojo’s performance. He said it looks like the Dragon s...
  • Swimmers compete in 2 meets, prepare for conference outing

    A league relay meet in Windsor Tuesday, Jan. 19, and the Scottsbluff, Neb., Invite Saturday, Jan. 23, found HHS swimmers in the competition. The girls have an open week on the schedule as they prepare for the Tri Valley Conference meet in Greeley Friday ...
  • Holyoke rolls Merino, hit hard by CO Springs

    Another double-game weekend down and the first league win is in the books for Holyoke boys basketball. The team put Merino in its place with a 61-34 home court win Friday, Jan. 22, but was humbled in Colorado Springs Saturday, Jan. 23, losing 33-71 to Col...
  • Girls struggle with 2 losses

    Holyoke Lady Dragon varsity basketball girls are looking to bounce back this week after two losses to Merino last Friday, Jan. 22, and to Colorado Springs Christian last Saturday.   Holyoke 25, Merino 38 HHS fell to Merino 25-38 at the home game F...
  • Zilla wins mothers’ free-throw contest

    After a three-way tie between Marla Camblin, Sarah Dille and Beth Zilla, Zilla emerged the winner of the mothers’ free-throw contest Friday, Jan. 22, at halftime of the boys basketball game against Merino. Mothers of both boys and girls playing for HHS...
  • JV boys claim 2 wins

    HHS JV boys were 2-0 for the weekend. A 50-38 win over Merino on the home court Friday, Jan. 22, was followed up by a 59-54 victory on the road at Colorado Springs Christian Saturday, Jan. 23.   Holyoke 50, Merino 38 The JV boys team trailed 10-12...
  • C boys play Peetz, Colo. Springs Christian

    Boys C team had additional playing time against Peetz with two games at home Thursday, Jan. 21, in addition to the Saturday, Jan. 23, game at Colorado Springs Christian.   Holyoke 62, Peetz 29 The team was split for two C games against the visitin...
  • JV girls split over weekend

    Junior varsity girls basketball claimed a 5-3 win over Merino Friday, Jan. 22, at home and suffered a 29-36 loss at Colorado Springs Christian Saturday, Jan. 23.   Holyoke 5, Merino 3 It was a short game with Merino Friday night. Scheduled as a on...
  • JH girls earn more W’s

    HJHS basketball girls enjoyed wins on the road against Sterling and Yuma Tuesday, Jan. 19, and Thursday, Jan. 21. “The girls have really been pushing themselves in practice and the hard work is showing on the scoreboard,” said coach Nick Flaa. “Def...
  • Jr. high wrestlers show improvement

    Holyoke junior high wrestlers are improving, and that’s the most important thing, according to coach John Zilla. The team competed in the Fort Morgan Invite Tuesday, Jan. 19, and hosted Burlington in dual action Thursday, Jan. 21. “We made some mist...
  • RLF hits $25 million milestone

    Northeastern Colorado Revolving Loan Fund announces that $25 million has been loaned to small businesses in the service area. These businesses are located in the six counties of northeastern Colorado — Logan, Morgan, Phillips, Sedgwick, Washington and Y...
  • Ladies retreat features 3 speakers

    The Imperial Bible Church in Imperial, Neb., is hosting a ladies retreat Saturday, Feb. 6. The theme is “Satisfaction in Christ Jesus,” and 80-90 women are expected to attend. Three women who are affiliated with Frontier School of the Bible in LaGran...
  • School board agenda set for Feb. 2

    Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education will meet Tuesday, Feb. 2. A work session is scheduled at 6:15 p.m., followed by the board meeting at 7 p.m. in HJHS room No. 218. The facility improvements list is the work session topic.To view the full ...
  • Engagement announced

    Zachary Hayden Roll of Seward, Neb., and Latashia Lynne Hummel of Saint Clairsville, Ohio, announce their engagement and upcoming wedding. The groom-to-be is the son of Jeffrey and Laura Roll of Amherst, the grandson of Carol Brace of Fleming and Susan R...
  • DeBoer is bus. adm. grad from Colo. State

    Brian DeBoer graduated from Colorado State University in Fort Collins Dec. 19, 2015. He earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a double concentration in accounting and finance and a minor in economics. A 2011 graduate of Holyoke Hig...
  • College news

    Rachel Schneider has been named to the Dean’s List in the College of Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis, Mo., for fall 2015. Her inclusion on the Dean’s List recognizes that she is completing at least 14 graded units while earni...
  • Another Perspective

    Baby G adds new meaning to celebration An absolutely gorgeous sanctuary with intricate architecture and artistic detail set the tone for the afternoon wedding. The stunning smile of the beautiful bride permeated as she held the arm of her compassionate ...