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  • Wrestling awards for 2008-09 announced

        When HHS 2008-09 winter sports athletes were recognized at a March 29 program, a number of the Dragon wrestlers, as well as their coach, Duane Stroh, were unable to attend as they were participating in yet another wrestling tournament.    Wrestl...
  • 'Music Moves Me' delights performers and audience

        Music Moves Me was the theme of Holyoke’s first and third grade program held Thursday, April 16 in the HHS auditorium.    Directed by music teacher Marcia Dalton, the program was delightfully effective as the enthusiastic performance of the si...
  • 5th and 6th grade band students perform recital

     Fifth and sixth grade band students entertained with a night of music at their spring recital held Monday, April 20 at the HHS auditorium. The young musicians performed a variety of instrumental and vocal pieces both in solos and small ensembles.  Pa...
  • HHS students attend World Language Day

      Thirty-one students from Holyoke, Haxtun and Sedgwick County high schools traveled together to World Language Day at the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley on Wednesday, April 15. The event provides competitions, workshops and cultural activ...
  • Big issues left to tackle in legislative session

        With fewer than three weeks left in 2009 legislative session, Colorado lawmakers still have to balance the state budget for the next fiscal year, reach agreement on widely different versions of the School Finance Act and conclude such controversial...
  • 37 race at AWANA Grand Prix event

     Thirty-seven cars of all shapes and colors raced down the track at the AWANA Grand Prix held Saturday, April 18 at the Peerless. With a new track and even more cars than last year, the second year for this event was marked a success. The track, conne...
  • FCE awards four Holyoke youth

        Four Holyoke fourth graders were recognized at this year’s FCE essay winners presentation at Holyoke Elementary School on Wednesday, April 15.    Each year, the Jolly Dozen FCE Club holds an arts and essay contest for fourth grade students. Th...
  • School mill levy election prospects to be discussed at April 30 meeting

        Prospects of a mill levy override election in Holyoke School District Re-1J will be discussed at a public meeting Thursday, April 30 at 7:30 p.m. in the HHS library.    Steady decline in enrollment over the last nine years has had a huge impact ...
  • Car show here Saturday

        Colorado U.S. Route 6 Heritage Corporation will sponsor its second annual car show and historical presentation Saturday, April 25. A Model T and Model A Car Show will take place across the street from the Peerless Center on Interocean Ave. from 1-4...
  • To Russia with love: Pastor Gordon Penfold spreads reconciliation message overseas

        It took 18 months of bureaucratic red tape, but Pastor Gordon Penfold of First Baptist Church in Holyoke finally received a religious visa to visit a far eastern section of Russia for two weeks in March.    On Sunday, April 19, Penfold shared hi...
  • Old hospital building to become Center for the Arts

        The former Melissa Memorial Hospital building has been sold and will soon become a home for the arts in Phillips County.    Establishing that home is a core group of five supporters of the arts: Paul and Teresa Mailander, Dennis Oliver, Dorothy ...
  • Old hospital building to become Center for the Arts

        The former Melissa Memorial Hospital building has been sold and will soon become a home for the arts in Phillips County.    Establishing that home is a core group of five supporters of the arts: Paul and Teresa Mailander, Dennis Oliver, Dorothy ...
  • Community rallies in support of Police Chief

        Widespread rumors that Police Chief Phil Biersdorfer will not be re-appointed to his position by Holyoke City Council led to a strong showing of support for Biersdorfer at the Holyoke City Council meeting Tuesday, April 7.    Along with Biersdor...
  • Community rallies in support of Police Chief

        Widespread rumors that Police Chief Phil Biersdorfer will not be re-appointed to his position by Holyoke City Council led to a strong showing of support for Biersdorfer at the Holyoke City Council meeting Tuesday, April 7.    Along with Biersdor...
  • Finch returns home an Army Ranger Sgt.

        After nearly four years of service in the military, Army Ranger Weston Finch, son of Zeke Finch and Robin Conklin and a 1999 graduate of Holyoke High School, has returned home.    Along with him, the local hero has brought his wife Aniela and ye...
  • Finch returns home an Army Ranger Sgt.

        After nearly four years of service in the military, Army Ranger Weston Finch, son of Zeke Finch and Robin Conklin and a 1999 graduate of Holyoke High School, has returned home.    Along with him, the local hero has brought his wife Aniela and ye...
  • New Highway 385 signs unveiled last week

        Taking another step in its efforts to upgrade U.S. Highway 385, The High Plains Highway Coalition recently unveiled the official High Plains Highway sign, which will soon dot the highway as it winds through Colorado.    These signs will be place...
  • Psychobabble

        Every tax season my husband and I evaluate our expenditures to identify which purchases fall within the “frivolous spending” category. We have a small problem in our household, and though we are reminded daily by the empty cans dispersed throug...
  • Pregnancy smoking cessation program now in Northeast Colo.

        Rocky Mountain Health Plans (RMHP) Foundation has expanded its program to help pregnant women quit smoking, and the Northeast Colorado Health Department has joined in the effort.    “We were awarded nearly a half million dollars from The Color...
  • It's the Pitts

    The Sorry Garden (Best Of)    Portland, Ore. is officially recognized as the Rose City and Wasco, Calif. claims to be “the Rose Capitol of the World.” But I’m here to tell you there are more rose bushes per acre in Gardnerville, Nev. than anywher...