The 2018 Holyoke High School homecoming king Trent Huffman and queen Kaylee Camblin are crowned at halftime of the Oct. 5 Holyoke-Burlington football game. — Johnson Publications

Horses and buggies drop off customers at the mercantile at 105 S. Interocean Ave. in Holyoke. A business partnership in the early 1900s called LeBlanc and Scheunemann was profitable and resulted in this brand-new brick building constructed in 1907.

The looks on the Burlington blockers’ faces are a telling indication of what it’s like to go up against Holyoke’s attackers. Between Taeryn Trumper’s vertical and Kristin Vieselmeyer’s height, the Dragons routinely rack up plenty of kills. Trumper, who is pictured in Friday’s first set, posted nine kills in 25 attacks at the Oct. 5 homecoming match. — Johnson Publications

Intensely focused on the Burlington quarterback, Holyoke’s Jesus Trejo chases him down in their Oct. 5 football game, backed up by Micahel Ramos (7). Trejo posted 16 tackles in last Friday’s contest. — Johnson Publications

Local

    Phillips County’s ballots for the Nov. 6 general election will be mailed out the week of Oct. 15. County clerk Beth Zilla said that anyone who has not received their ballot by Saturday, Nov.

Karina Davis is sharing this special oatmeal scotchies recipe that was given to her by her grandma, Betty Kramer, on Jan. 7, 2014.

Oatmeal Scotchies

Editor’s Note: This article is the last in a five-part series recognizing Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept. 15-Oct. 15).
   

Sports

Lauren Herman (#10), catcher for the Dragons, is greeted enthusiastically by coach Sherman Kage in the doubleheader against Wray last Saturday. Pictured in back are assistant coach Kendra Schlachter, Sirissa Casady and Correy Koellner. — Johnson Publications

    For the first time since 2012, the Holyoke High School softball team qualified for postseason play, headed to 3A regional action in Rocky Ford Saturday, Oct. 13.

Senior Savannah Burris gets a base hit for the Dragons, who went on to clinch both games of their Wray doubleheader Oct. 6. — Johnson Publications

    Holyoke dominated its doubleheader against Wray last Saturday, Oct. 6, pulling down 13-6 and 16-1 victories, and advancing to postseason competition for the first time since 2012.

The looks on the Burlington blockers’ faces are a telling indication of what it’s like to go up against Holyoke’s attackers. Between Taeryn Trumper’s vertical and Kristin Vieselmeyer’s height, the Dragons routinely rack up plenty of kills. Trumper, who is pictured in Friday’s first set, posted nine kills in 25 attacks at the Oct. 5 homecoming match. — Johnson Publications

    Holyoke High School volleyball teams celebrated wins all around last Friday, playing their Oct. 5 homecoming games against the Burlington Cougars.

Ag & Business

Horses and buggies drop off customers at the mercantile at 105 S. Interocean Ave. in Holyoke. A business partnership in the early 1900s called LeBlanc and Scheunemann was profitable and resulted in this brand-new brick building constructed in 1907.

    Sitting at the southeast corner of Holyoke’s lone stoplight, Scheunemann’s Department Store is something that’s hard to miss.

Melissa Memorial Hospital opened its doors to the community Oct. 4 for a lunch in celebration of the 100th anniversary of Holyoke’s first hospital opening.

    Community members are invited to Phillips County On Board, an event hosted by Phillips County Economic Development Monday, Oct. 22, at 6:30 p.m. at Paoli Town Hall.

School

The 2018 Holyoke High School homecoming king Trent Huffman and queen Kaylee Camblin are crowned at halftime of the Oct. 5 Holyoke-Burlington football game. — Johnson Publications

More photos from Holyoke High School's homecoming activities are available to view in our e-Edition.

    Twenty citizens, a majority of whom are parents of Holyoke JR/SR High students, attended the Oct. 2 meeting of Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education.

The Holyoke HIgh School Class of 1998 celebrated its reunion last weekend in Holyoke.

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