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  • Volleyball officials needed

    Those interested in becoming a volleyball official are warned of important upcoming dates. A regional clinic will be held Thursday, Aug. 4 at NJC Bank of Colorado Event Center in Sterling in the auxiliary gymnasium. Registration will be 4-4:30 p.m. with ...
  • Pride and progress in Holyoke

    Moving forward, getting bigger and staying alive are things small communities strive for. While wandering around Holyoke recently, new projects can be seen with some businesses. Vieselmeyer Seed, one mile south of town has been busy erecting a brand new ...
  • Troy Mayfield attends agricultural education summer conferences

    HHS ag education instructor Troy Mayfield attended The NAAE (National Association of Agriculture Educators) Region II conference June 12-15 in Pueblo. This year’s conference was headquarted at the Pueblo Marriott and convention center in the Riverwalk ...
  • Extension offers energy program

    Five Colorado State University Extension offices across the state are now offering a new Colorado Energy Master program to educate Coloradans and support volunteers interested in energy issues. Participants can take one or more three-week courses on ener...
  • Young gardener disocvers 'deformed' squash

    Natray Peregoy is pictured holding an unusual crookneck squash that he and his father, Lonny, found in their garden Friday, July 15. The small squash has a leaf growing out of its side. Natray said he enjoys gardening with his dad and family, and may even...
  • Telecom associations unveil new campaign to sustain rural access

    Thursday, July 14, a group of rural telecom associations, comprised of the National Telecommunications Cooperative Association (NTCA), the Organization for the Promotion and Advancement of Small Telecommunications Companies (OPASTCO) and the Western Telec...
  • FCCLA teams win 3 golds, 1 silver at nationals

    Three golds (including a first-place effort) and one silver made for a great Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) national leadership meeting for Holyoke High School last week. Twenty-three HHS students and five sponsors attended the n...
  • Re-1J schools' free and reduced meal eligibility announced

    Holyoke School District recently announced its policy for determining eligibility of children who may receive free and reduced price meals served under the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs. Local school officials will use the following ...
  • Peekin' into the past

    Five Years AgoJuly 20, 2006 Forest and Joan Lock, who have owned Long’s Lock and Key for over 30 years, recently announced they have sold their business to Steve and Nora Deaver. Ken and Joan Roskop have announced the closing of their Holyoke office o...
  • Grading pilot preview

    While taking in an NCAA national championship game on TV there is no doubt that you have seen the commercial describing the 360,000 NCAA student-athletes that will go pro at something other than sports. This commercial really drives home the meaning of s...
  • I'm Just Sayin'

    The things we do to be cool Sometimes we do things and we aren’t quite sure why. We wear skinny jeans and high heel shoes. We watch reality television and vampire movies. And I’m sure those of you who lived in the ’70s still wonder where those pla...
  • Drumroll Please

    Beating the Texas heat I’ve been living in Texas for three weeks now, and let me tell you, it is hot! But even coming here from the bitter New England temperatures, I’d say I’m acclimating fairly well. At least no one has caught on to the fact tha...
  • The Laughing Mom: humorous tales of motherhood

    Hole in the bucket My daughter Melise loves to sing. She was barely talking when she first started singing along with me. The alphabet song and “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star” were her first favorites. They conveniently share the same tune, which mea...
  • Wheat harvest close to halfway mark

    Rainy weather has held off long enough for area farmers to really get up and going with the winter wheat harvest. This combine was busy cutting wheat Monday afternoon, July 18 just south of Holyoke. As of Monday, Grainland Cooperative grain merchandiser S...
  • Wheat harvest close to halfway mark

    Rainy weather has held off long enough for area farmers to really get up and going with the winter wheat harvest. This combine was busy cutting wheat Monday afternoon, July 18 just south of Holyoke. As of Monday, Grainland Cooperative grain merchandiser S...
  • Senior parli-pro 1st in nation

    Holyoke High School senior parliamentary procedure team won first place as the top-scoring parli-pro team in the nation at the July 8-14 Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) national leadership meeting in Anaheim, Calif. Team members ar...
  • Senior parli-pro 1st in nation

    Holyoke High School senior parliamentary procedure team won first place as the top-scoring parli-pro team in the nation at the July 8-14 Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) national leadership meeting in Anaheim, Calif. Team members ar...
  • Smith is 2011 fair queen

    With Phillips County Fair just around the corner, 2011 Fair Queen Janna Smith is excited for all the activities planned for this year’s event. “I’d like to invite everyone to the fair,” said Smith, who will be there riding in the parade, promotin...
  • Smith is 2011 fair queen

    With Phillips County Fair just around the corner, 2011 Fair Queen Janna Smith is excited for all the activities planned for this year’s event. “I’d like to invite everyone to the fair,” said Smith, who will be there riding in the parade, promotin...
  • Fair tradition really takes the cake

    “The house looks like a candy shop and bakery exploded,” said Michelle Van Overbeke, but it’s certainly all worth it! Van Overbeke and Schneller cousins have begun a tasty—and messy—tradition of cake decorating for the Phillips County Fair. W...