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  • Farm Bureau members honored for 50+ years

    Colorado Farm Bureau (CFB) honored 50-plus-year members at the Saturday evening banquet of their annual meeting held at the Hyatt Regency Denver Tech Center on Nov. 21. Several Phillips County Farm Bureau members were honored for their long-time contribu...
  • Vocalists spread Christmas cheer in winter choir concert

    Performing a variety of holiday songs, director Marcia Dalton and the junior high, high school and select choirs spread some Christmas cheer at their winter concert Thursday, Dec. 10. Special guest musicians were the Zion Ringers from Zion Lutheran Churc...
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  • First Pioneer Bank wins tree decoration contest

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  • Getting kids to care about current events

    Getting kids interested in the world around them sometimes can be tough. While many parents have long been unsure how to properly address certain current events with their children, there’s no denying recent efforts to reach young people and expand the...
  • Six Dragons are champs in Larry Stroh Memorial tourney

    Six Dragon wrestlers climbed to the top of the award stand and two others placed third in the Third Annual Larry Stroh Memorial Tournament Saturday, Dec. 12 in Holyoke. “Larry would have been proud,” said coach Duane Stroh of his late brother who was...
  • Boys hang on to beat Brush; throttle Akron on road

    Holyoke boys’ basketball added two more wins to their record this past weekend with victories over Brush and Akron, improving their record to 3-1. Brush came to Holyoke Friday, Dec. 11 and the home crowd cheered the Dragons to a 66-57 win over the Beet...
  • Lady Dragons suffer weekend losses to Brush and Akron

    Holyoke Lady Dragons struggled in competition last weekend, losing to Brush 33-51 at home Friday, Dec. 11 and to Akron 28-46 on the road Saturday, Dec. 12. Team members continue to fight through some poor shooting, said coach Arlan Scholl. “Twenty-five...
  • JV boys pick up two convincing wins

    HHS boys’ jayvee basketball team picked up two wins with victories over Brush and Akron. Brush visited Holyoke Friday, Dec. 11 and the Dragons won 45-32. The next night the boys walked away with a convincing 61-34 win over Akron. Holyoke JV 45, Brus...
  • C boys fall

    HHS Boys’ C basketball team fell to Brush 27-44 Friday, Dec. 11 at home. The Dragons held a 17-13 lead at the break but could only find 10 points in the second half. Phillip Beck led Dragon scoring with 15 points followed by Chris Bieber eight and Mat...
  • HHS JV girls struggle

    In their second week of games this season, Holyoke girls’ jayvee basketball team fell to Brush Friday, Dec. 11 and to Akron Saturday, Dec. 12. Holyoke JV 26, Brush 54 Hosting the Beetdiggers Friday, the JV team lost 26-54. Brush led in scoring in all ...
  • Girls C team wins at Imperial, loses to Brush

    Traveling to Imperial Monday, Dec. 7, girls C team basketball found their first victory of the year, winning 31-28 over the Longhorns. The athletes suffered a tough 24-35 loss to Brush on their home court Friday, Dec. 11. Holyoke C 31, Imperial 28 Outsc...
  • Kaitlyn Kent donates to Locks of Love

    Holyoke fourth grader Kaitlyn Kent recently cut nine inches of her hair to donate to Locks of Love. As a Locks of Love veteran, the process was not new to the 9-year-old. She donated 13 inches just three years ago. Kent said she has pretty much been let...
  • Santa makes his appearance; Parade of Lights canceled

    Participation dropped considerably, but Holyoke’s rescheduled Country Christmas went down in history Saturday, Dec. 12. Santa and Mrs. Claus visited with youth of all ages at the chili and potato soup luncheon held at the Fire Hall, adding sparks of f...
  • Santa makes his appearance; Parade of Lights canceled

    Participation dropped considerably, but Holyoke’s rescheduled Country Christmas went down in history Saturday, Dec. 12. Santa and Mrs. Claus visited with youth of all ages at the chili and potato soup luncheon held at the Fire Hall, adding sparks of f...
  • Social Services wins window contest

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  • Social Services wins window contest

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  • Holiday services set

    Churches in Holyoke and the surrounding area will celebrate the holiday season with special services. Holyoke Assembly of God will have their regular Sunday service on Dec. 20, then at 3 p.m. they will be going caroling followed by a birthday party at 5 ...
  • Harvest wraps up

    Snow delayed corn harvest this year, but it hasn’t completely shut everyone down. Steve Young of Grainland Coop said harvest was about 95 percent complete as of Monday, Dec. 14. Recent snowfall halted the final stages, but farmers were back in the fie...
  • H1N1 vaccine now available to everyone

    The Northeast Colorado Health Department has opened up the H1N1 vaccine to all northeast Colorado residents. “We have received enough of the H1N1 vaccine that we are now opening it up to anyone that would like to receive one,” said John Crosthwait, N...