Volunteers from HVFD are pictured from left, Scott Korte, Shaun Beck and Shawn Maloney. They assisted the North Colorado Med Evac crew member, pictured in front, in carrying HHS student Cash Adler on a stretcher to the helicopter. An Every 15 Minutes program was put on for high school students Monday and Tuesday to address the dangers of drunk and distracted driving. —Johnson Publications

Ranch manager Kris Wilson holds his daughter, Josey, at Bell Ranch with his wife, Cara, and their son, Grady. The family lived in New Mexico when he began his blog, Western Faithbook, and wrote “I’ll Drop You Off,” a 40-day devotional for cowboys.

Double-crossed by her own co-conspiring husband, Romaine (Kayla Marshall), pictured at right, stabs Leonard Vole (Tyler Lamm) in the back as he prepares to traipse away with his secret lover (Morgan Philips), at left. —Johnson Publications

Local

Volunteers from HVFD are pictured from left, Scott Korte, Shaun Beck and Shawn Maloney. They assisted the North Colorado Med Evac crew member, pictured in front, in carrying HHS student Cash Adler on a stretcher to the helicopter. An Every 15 Minutes program was put on for high school students Monday and Tuesday to address the dangers of drunk and distracted driving. —Johnson Publications

“There’s no possible way distracted driving can be worth it.”

In a 6-1 vote at the Tuesday, March 21, meeting, Holyoke City Council approved an ordinance that would establish a curfew for the City Park.

Ranch manager Kris Wilson holds his daughter, Josey, at Bell Ranch with his wife, Cara, and their son, Grady. The family lived in New Mexico when he began his blog, Western Faithbook, and wrote “I’ll Drop You Off,” a 40-day devotional for cowboys.

Teaching, the Lord, horses, ranching — Kris Wilson was a man who had many passions.

Sports

Scott Dille was named Colorado 2A boys basketball Coach of the Year after coaching the Dragons to a state championship. —Johnson Publications

He makes a point to teach humility and teamwork at every turn, but it’s time to take a little credit. HHS boys basketball coach Scott Dille has been named Colorado 2A Coach of the Year.

Delayed once again due to the forecast for much-needed moisture in the area, Phillips County Raceway will host its season opener Saturday, April 15, starting at 5 p.m.

In the boys swimming triangular at Windsor Thursday, March 23, Keegan Shaw was one of only four boys competing on the Valley High School swim team.

Ag & Business

HEA’s mascot waves to guests at the annual meeting March 21.

Home solar options and new technology to monitor usage were hot topics at the Highline Electric Association annual meeting Tuesday, March 21, at the Phillips County Event Center.

Rescheduled to Thursday, March 23, from Monday, March 6, due to the Logan/Phillips County fire, HHS FFA and Family, Career and Community Leaders of America chapters modified the purpose of their an

While conservative lawmakers are squabbling about how to finance an immediate need for $3.5 billion for transportation projects, one of their own has quietly been working on a solution that will ta

School

Volunteers from HVFD are pictured from left, Scott Korte, Shaun Beck and Shawn Maloney. They assisted the North Colorado Med Evac crew member, pictured in front, in carrying HHS student Cash Adler on a stretcher to the helicopter. An Every 15 Minutes program was put on for high school students Monday and Tuesday to address the dangers of drunk and distracted driving. —Johnson Publications

“There’s no possible way distracted driving can be worth it.”

Citing the state’s recent revenue forecast, Holyoke Re-1J School Superintendent John McCleary warned the local school board that the use of the negative factor is probable in balancing the state bu

Double-crossed by her own co-conspiring husband, Romaine (Kayla Marshall), pictured at right, stabs Leonard Vole (Tyler Lamm) in the back as he prepares to traipse away with his secret lover (Morgan Philips), at left. —Johnson Publications

A motive. An overheard conversation. A bloodstained sleeve — or was it both sleeves?

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