Holyoke High School alumnus and Army veteran Robbie Doman addresses students and community members at the Nov. 10 Veterans Day program, sharing his story of service and life after an injury sustained in Iraq. — Johnson Publications

Cast members in the HHS production of “Monty Python’s Spamalot” are pictured from left, front row, Dominique Penzing and Anna Jelden; second row, Lali Marquez, Brenna Gatton, Brandon Nevarez, Tyler Lamm, Luke Krogmeier, Savannah Burris, Mackenzie Golden, Tayler Hale and Ashlyn Marcum; and back row, Jair Jimenez, Dylan Miles, Andrew Rivera and Drew Stewart. — Johnson Publications

Kris Camblin, pictured at left, is recognized for his service on the Holyoke School Board as he accepts his McGuffey Award from Colorado Association of School Boards director Ken DeLay at the Nov. 7 board meeting. — Johnson Publications

Representing the past and the future of Holyoke Lumber are, pictured from left, employee Alejandro Montelongo, new owners Martin and Rosa Montelongo, manager Christopher Colglazier and former owner Tom Wirges. — Johnson Publications

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Holyoke High School alumnus and Army veteran Robbie Doman addresses students and community members at the Nov. 10 Veterans Day program, sharing his story of service and life after an injury sustained in Iraq. — Johnson Publications

    Robbie Doman was the guest speaker for this year’s Holyoke High School Veterans Day program, and students from grades 4-12, as well as several community members were captivated as he shared his

    Following months of deliberation, Holyoke City Council was divided on the issue of hiring a fifth police officer. As of the Nov.

    A new three-day search for Kelsie Schelling in Pueblo has concluded without the discovery of any human remains, according to KKTV 11 News.

Sports

Holyoke’s All-Conference softball players are pictured from left, Julia Casady, Molly Brown and Hailey Mavis. Brown also received All-State honorable mention. — Johnson Publications

    Holyoke High School softball players were recognized for their 2017 season accomplishments at an awards program Nov. 12 with coaches Sherman Kage and Kendra Schlachter.

Taeryn Trumper, at left, and Grace Dille are Holyoke volleyball players on the All-Conference list. — Johnson Publications

    Senior Grace Dille and sophomore Taeryn Trumper have been named on the volleyball All-Conference list for the Lower Platte Activities Association.

    No. 6-ranked Lyons was named 2A state volleyball champions after knocking off No. 1-ranked Yuma in the championship game (25-17, 21-25, 25-23 and 25-17).

Ag & Business

Trisha Herman is pictured at her new office as Phillips County Economic Development director. — Johnson Publications

    Trisha Herman is the new Phillips County Economic Development Corporation director and will transition into her new duties this month.

Katie Andersen already looks comfortable at the Peerless Theatre where she recently assumed the role of general manager. — Johnson Publications

    Katie Andersen describes herself as a “movie fanatic,” so it should come as no surprise that she’s begun her new job as Peerless Theatre general manager with much enthusiasm.

Representing the past and the future of Holyoke Lumber are, pictured from left, employee Alejandro Montelongo, new owners Martin and Rosa Montelongo, manager Christopher Colglazier and former owner Tom Wirges. — Johnson Publications

    Transition is ongoing at Holyoke’s lumberyard, as Martin and Rosa Montelongo get settled into the new Holyoke Lumber, picking up where Tom Wirges left off with Holyoke Building Center.

School

Newly elected members of Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education take their oath of office from outgoing board president Kris Camblin at the board’s reorganization meeting Monday, Nov. 13. Pictured from left are Camblin, Pat Wiebers, Trampas Hutches and Jon Kleve. — Johnson Publications

    Oaths of office were taken by Holyoke School District Re-1J board members Pat Wiebers, Trampas Hutches and Jon Kleve at a special meeting Monday, Nov. 13, in the board meeting room.

Cast members in the HHS production of “Monty Python’s Spamalot” are pictured from left, front row, Dominique Penzing and Anna Jelden; second row, Lali Marquez, Brenna Gatton, Brandon Nevarez, Tyler Lamm, Luke Krogmeier, Savannah Burris, Mackenzie Golden, Tayler Hale and Ashlyn Marcum; and back row, Jair Jimenez, Dylan Miles, Andrew Rivera and Drew Stewart. — Johnson Publications

    Audience members should prepare themselves to laugh (a lot) in “Monty Python’s Spamalot” put on the Holyoke High School stage by the Dragon Theatre Company this weekend.

Kris Camblin, pictured at left, is recognized for his service on the Holyoke School Board as he accepts his McGuffey Award from Colorado Association of School Boards director Ken DeLay at the Nov. 7 board meeting. — Johnson Publications

    Completing his 11-year tenure on the Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education, Kris Camblin was recognized last week when he was presented the Colorado Association of School Boards McGu

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