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  • Ruiz is thankful to be here

    A year ago, he was in the hospital battling pneumonia and celebrating his 82nd birthday with family and hospital staff. Last week, Jessie Ruiz spent time with his family celebrating his 83rd. “I’m here, thanks to God,” Ruiz said last week as he sat...
  • Council talks code enforcement

    Holyoke City Council will plan to hire a code enforcement officer after some more discussion at its Tuesday, Oct. 16 regular meeting. City Clerk/Treasurer Kathy Olofson said she has given two applications out to interested parties. Council members agree...
  • I'm Just Cookin'

    Put the treat in trick-or-treatI like Halloween. I like the cute, adorable, sweet side of Halloween. Forget goblins, witches and zombies, one of the best things about Halloween are the little kid costumes that make all the ladies sigh and say “How CUTE!...
  • Great serving sets volleyball girls up for two wins

    Holyoke volleyball girls finished out their regular season with two big wins over Haxtun and Wiggins last week. Thursday, Oct. 18 they dominated Haxtun in three sets 25-18, 25-16 and 25-20 in Bulldog territory. The Lady Dragons grabbed another win for t...
  • Dragons fall one point short to Wiggins

    Three weeks earlier, Holyoke was celebrating a one-point victory over Resurrection Christian. Last Friday night, Oct. 19 it again was a one-point final score, but the Dragon football team was on the wrong side of a 33-34 final. It was parents night and t...
  • Kim Killin honored with CASB McGuffey Award

    Holyoke School Board member Kim Killin was recently honored by the Colorado Association of School Boards (CASB) when she was presented the McGuffey Award for her service. At a regional CASB meeting in Sterling Wednesday, Oct. 10, Killin was recognized as...
  • School financials tracking as expected in first quarter

    First-quarter financials for Holyoke School District Re-1J are showing that both revenue and expenses have tracked as expected, said Supt. Bret Miles in his report at the Oct. 16 school board meeting. He explained the first quarter is typically uneventfu...
  • School menu

    Oct. 29-Nov. 2 Elementary Breakfast Monday, Oct. 29: Breakfast burrito or bagel with toppings, baked apple slices, milk. Tuesday, Oct. 30: French toast sticks or cereal choice with yogurt, peaches, milk, juice. Wednesday, Oct. 31: Breakfast burrito or...
  • Nov. Meet & Eat Menu

    Thursday, Nov. 1—Ham and beans, pineapple coleslaw, corn bread, apricot halves. Friday, Nov. 2—Swiss steak, oven-browned potatoes, Italian vegetables, bran muffin, banana. Monday, Nov. 5—Swedish meatballs, mashed potatoes, stir-fry vegetables, who...
  • Five area co-ops join hands to celebrate

    Community invited to cooperative breakfast SaturdayDemonstrating the cooperative spirit to which each adheres, five area co-ops are joining forces to put on a breakfast in honor of the International Year of Cooperatives. Saturday, Oct. 27 from 7-10 a.m. ...
  • SourceGas files adjustment

    SourceGas Distribution LLC has filed its annual Gas Cost Adjustment (GCA) with the Colorado Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) for its northeastern service area. The filing reflects a decrease of 4.89 percent in a customer’s total annual bill for the u...
  • Sen. Brophy and Sonnenberg fight to protect telecom

    Two state legislators are calling on Governor Hickenlooper to join them in asking the federal government to suspend funding and construction for EAGLE-Net until the serious concerns about the federal program’s threat to jobs in rural Colorado has been a...
  • Extension Corner

    Avoid the “Boo-Boos” this Halloween Halloween is among the top three holidays producing the most emergency room visits, according to a nine-year study of pediatric emergency room visits between 1997 and 2006. Most of the injuries were to the finger ...
  • It's the Pitts

    BOO! (Best of) Sometime in the not-so-distant future ... “Daddy, is there really such a thing as Halloween?” “There used to be, son. Sit up here on my lap and I’ll tell you the real meaning of Halloween. A long, long time ago, before you were e...
  • Texting and driving is an epidemic

    Of the many dangers on the road, text messaging while driving is one that is entirely preventable. Putting down the phone when driving can prevent thousands of injuries and even death. According to Students Against Destructive Decisions and Liberty Mutua...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoOct. 25, 2007 HHS teachers Dr. David Kagima and Tracy Trumper are sponsoring the Safari-Science Club as a way to expose students and community members to natural resource management on a local and global scale. 2007 HHS graduate Jes-c Bran...
  • Wind fuels large range fire north of Paoli

    No structures were harmed as a large fire six miles north of Paoli broke out Thursday morning, Oct. 18. At 10:05 a.m. the sirens sounded in Holyoke, summoning Holyoke Volunteer Fire Department to the mutual-aid fire. Shortly after, smoke filled the noses...
  • Wind fuels large range fire north of Paoli

    No structures were harmed as a large fire six miles north of Paoli broke out Thursday morning, Oct. 18. At 10:05 a.m. the sirens sounded in Holyoke, summoning Holyoke Volunteer Fire Department to the mutual-aid fire. Shortly after, smoke filled the noses...
  • Public raises questions over police tasers

    Holyoke City Council welcomed a group of five citizens during its regular meeting Tuesday, Oct. 16. Dorothy Ortner was joined by four others who had some questions and concerns for the council, as well as for Police Chief Doug Bergstrom, regarding the re...
  • Public raises questions over police tasers

    Holyoke City Council welcomed a group of five citizens during its regular meeting Tuesday, Oct. 16. Dorothy Ortner was joined by four others who had some questions and concerns for the council, as well as for Police Chief Doug Bergstrom, regarding the re...