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  • Holyoke welcomes a snowy Veterans Day

    The Holyoke area received its first snow of the fall on Veterans Day Thursday, Nov. 11. Although it wasn’t much, it kept golfers off the course. It wasn’t a week earlier when Holyoke residents were enjoying temperatures in the upper 70s and even 80s w...
  • Holyoke welcomes a snowy Veterans Day

    The Holyoke area received its first snow of the fall on Veterans Day Thursday, Nov. 11. Although it wasn’t much, it kept golfers off the course. It wasn’t a week earlier when Holyoke residents were enjoying temperatures in the upper 70s and even 80s w...
  • Former HHS classmates doing well after '09 kidney transplant

    “You never quite know how to thank someone when they do something like this for you,” said former Holyoke resident Rod Ellis. One thing is certain, Ellis knows he is very blessed to have received a kidney transplant from 1978 HHS classmate Clay Warren...
  • Former HHS classmates doing well after '09 kidney transplant

    “You never quite know how to thank someone when they do something like this for you,” said former Holyoke resident Rod Ellis. One thing is certain, Ellis knows he is very blessed to have received a kidney transplant from 1978 HHS classmate Clay Warren...
  • City Council to fill vacancy

    After a brief executive session with the city attorney Wednesday, Nov. 3, Holyoke City Council members decided to advertise for the vacant city council seat. They are requiring interested parties to have letters submitted to the city by Monday, Nov. 15. ...
  • Snuffy keeping busy picking up leaves

    City crews have been busy keeping up with the falling leaves this fall. City Supt. Mark Brown said “We’re at the mercy of the trees,” when asked how long crews will continue to pick up the leaves. “Snuffy” or Snuffaluffagus as it was first known...
  • JH boys split four games with Sterling

    Holyoke junior high basketball teams traveled to Sterling Thursday, Nov. 4. Four games were played with Holyoke C and D teams coming away with wins. The A team lost a close 28-31 game while the B team fell 17-36. Tito Fierro led scoring for the A team wi...
  • Wray only North Central team to win

    No. 1 seed Wray shut out Rocky Ford 42-0 in the first round of the Class 1A state football playoffs and was the only North Central team to advance to quarterfinals. The Eagles will travel to Hayden Saturday, Nov. 13. Wiggins lost 0-49 to Burlington and ...
  • Making a move of a larger scale

    Traffic was a little congested toward the southeast part of Holyoke Tuesday morning, Nov. 9 as a crew with Star House Moving of Madrid, Neb. was busy moving a home into town. The house which originated north of Paoli, was set on a foundation on East Gordo...
  • Technology, leadership, activities reported

    Technology committee, leadership team and fall sports/activity reports highlighted the Nov. 2 meeting of Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education. Technology committee chair Stefen Betley updated the board on his committee’s work. He noted the ...
  • Wildlife Commission to meet

    Final approval of the Colorado Division of Wildlife’s five-year review of the state’s fishing regulations, along with regulations to minimize the spread of invasive crayfish and final adoption of 2011 turkey seasons and license numbers top the agenda ...
  • RRWCD special meeting set

    The Board of Directors of the Republican River Water Conservation District will be holding a special meeting in Greeley Wednesday-Thursday Nov. 17-18. The meeting will be held at the Greeley Guest House from 1-5 p.m. Nov. 17 and 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Nov. 18. It...
  • Ag produce workshops planned

    Colorado State University Extension will be hosting a series of educational workshops where agricultural producers can learn about practices their families can use to reduce financial, production and human risks during tough economic times. Colorado Stat...
  • Community donates to Challengers food drive

    Challengers 4-H Club members were appreciative of the community of Holyoke for their generosity in the club’s Nov. 7 Community Pride canned food drive project. The donated foods were given to the food pantries at Zion Lutheran Church and First United Me...
  • Wally Bruce award supports area conservation projects

    The Haxtun Conservation District would like to extend to any group or organization the opportunity to apply for the Wally Bruce award. Each year the Haxtun CD will accept request letters outlining a conservation project that they would like to implement o...
  • Re-1J to meet at 7 p.m.

    With the time change from Daylight Savings Time, Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education meetings now begin at 7 p.m. The next regular meeting is set for Tuesday, Nov. 16 at 7 p.m. in Holyoke Junior High Room #218. Included in the superintenden...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years Ago Nov. 10, 2005 Judy McFadden was recently hired as the new director of Phillips County Department of Social Services. East Phillips County Hospital District coordinates a mock accident to help local fire, hospital, school and law enforcem...
  • Scoop'n the News

    A Debt of Gratitude The 11th hour... of the 11th day... of the 11th month. I recall with vivid clarity the first time I heard that phrase spoken with distinct, dignified, clear enunciation. The desired effect was achieved as I sat up and took note of th...
  • Drumroll Please

    Put to the test I’m a 21-year-old student in the United States, and as such, I have taken more tests in my life than I can even comprehend. They range from grade school spelling to standardized tests in high school to the midterms and finals each semes...
  • Public health is public wealth

    Parents with young children, take heed: popping your kids full of antibiotics when they aren’t necessary could do them more harm than good. We’ve reached that time of year when sniffles, sneezes and sore throats take over our senses; when mountains o...