Armed with a proposal provided by Police Chief Doug Bergstrom, Holyoke City Council ironed out the details for a contract with a new recruit for the Police Department at the May 15 council meet

    “We need to have an agreement that works for everybody.” The words of Holyoke City Attorney Al Wall seemed to be a consensus of all the Holyoke City Council and Heginbotham Library board member

Picture posing with the newly engaged couple, Krolik (Penny Dockins) is pictured in center with Regan (Brooke Gumm) and Richard (John Sagehorn). — Johnson Publications

    Postponed from the April 13-15 blizzard weekend, “Paradise Lost and Found” finally made it to the HHS auditorium stage May 18-19, performed by Phillips County Players.


Taeryn Trumper soars her way to a clear first-place gold medal in the 2A girls long jump with her 18-foot-1.75-inch mark. — Bruce Norman Photography

    It was a day of soaring for HHS long jumper Taeryn Trumper and pole vaulter Luis Chafino when they competed in their field events at the Colorado State Track and Field Championships at JeffCo S

    HHS junior Keegan Shaw wrapped up a successful boys swimming season with the Valley Vikings Friday, May 18, with his preliminary swim in the 100-yard freestyle in the 4A state meet at the U.S.

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Wet spring weather has been a problem all season, so instead of having a season finale on Saturday as planned, local players enjoyed a beautiful Sunday afternoon of soccer May 20.

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Wyatt Bishop, pictured at right, is sworn in as a deputy sheriff by Judge Kim Killin at Phillips County Court House on Monday, May 21. — Johnson Publications

    In a whirlwind of a year, Wyatt Bishop decided to pursue a career in law enforcement, applied to an academy, graduated and became a deputy with Phillips County Sheriff’s Office.

Lions Club member and grill master Darrell Lemmon, at right, greets Holyoke City Superintendent Mark Brown at the hamburger lunch Friday, May 18. The Lions Club invited City employees to an appreciation meal for their work on the Mini Park. — Johnson Publications

    Since its completion in November 2017, Holyoke residents have enjoyed the reconstructed Lions Club Mini Park at the southeast corner of the intersection of Denver Street and Interocean Avenue,

    McKensie Harris, the newly appointed livestock agent for the Golden Plains Area within the Colorado State University Extension system, is hosting five Train the Agent sessions throughout Kit Ca


    Through Holyoke School District’s efforts and involvement with the Student-Centered Accountability Program, the district is being added to the original core group, which included five school di

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Students at Holyoke Elementary School get their game face on for some friendly competition with their classmates at the annual end-of-year field day at the Holyoke football field.

Students added to the Dragon Theatre Company’s award plaques for the 2017-18 school year are pictured from left, Dominique Penzing, Dylan Miles, Luke Krogmeier, Savannah Burris and Tyler Lamm. — Johnson Publications

    With the school year coming to a close, the Dragon Theatre Company held an awards luncheon for all students involved in the 2017 musical, “Spamalot,” and the 2018 play, “The Best Man.” Those wh

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