Sometimes playing with the worms is more fun than waiting for the fish to bite. David Fu inspects a wiggly worm that’s destined for a fishing hook at the Lions Fishin’ Hole last Friday. —Johnson Publications

Agenda Club members celebrating the group’s 70th anniversary are pictured from left, font row, Donna Oliver, Gwen Triplette and Glendoris Ross; and back row, Laura Bittner, Pat Fulton and Judy Schliep. Not pictured are Mary Belle Rafert, Lois Schlachter and Sharron Lett. —Johnson Publications

Scheunemann’s Department Store has been a mainstay in Holyoke since 1899. In the early days, the store sold groceries, clothing and other household necessities. In the 1960s, the store discontinued their grocery line but kept selling gift items, domestic items, footwear and clothing items. These days, Scheunemann’s main focus is clothing.

Cast members of Witness for the Prosecution are pictured from left, Drew Stewart, Luke Krogmeier, Brenna Gatton, Kayla Marshall (seated at center), Tayler Hale, Jaxie Gerk and Maddie Beckner. Not pictured are Tyler Lamm, Andrew Rivera, Dylan Miles and Morgan Philips. —Johnson Publications

Those attending the state Knowledge Bowl competition are pictured from left, front row, Sylvia McCleary and Madison Beckner; and back row, sponsor Amber Schroetlin, Kayla Marshall, Luke Krogmeier, Brandon Nevarez, Drew Stewart and sponsor Josh Schroetlin. Not pictured is Morgan Philips.

Local

Sometimes playing with the worms is more fun than waiting for the fish to bite. David Fu inspects a wiggly worm that’s destined for a fishing hook at the Lions Fishin’ Hole last Friday. —Johnson Publications

    Spring break ushered in spring a little early, with temps reaching 87 degrees in Holyoke over the weekend.

    A tragedy with wide-ranging impacts struck the Yuma County community Monday afternoon, March 13, when a teenager was killed and three other people were seriously injured in an accident on Highw

Agenda Club members celebrating the group’s 70th anniversary are pictured from left, font row, Donna Oliver, Gwen Triplette and Glendoris Ross; and back row, Laura Bittner, Pat Fulton and Judy Schliep. Not pictured are Mary Belle Rafert, Lois Schlachter and Sharron Lett. —Johnson Publications

    Between the nine of them, current Agenda Club members have dedicated over 200 years to the service group.

Sports

Number 44, Erin Vieselmeyer, prepares for a free throw on the Bulldog basketball team. She made 78.2 percent of her shots from the line her senior year.

    Erin Vieselmeyer just finished an outstanding four-year college basketball career for Concordia University in the final four of the NAIA Division II national championship, on what the universit

2016 letterwinners returning to the HHS baseball team for the 2017 season are pictured from left, Gunnar Kroeger, Tristan Sullivan, Jesus Trejo, Austin Herman and Brendan Mayden. Not pictured is Brenden Kage. —Johnson Publications

    Dragon baseball players are 2-0 after opening their season in Wray Monday, March 20. The first game ended after six innings with a score of 18-8, and the second was 12-0 after five innings.

Returning letterwinners for the 2017 HHS track season are pictured from left, front row, Jessy Mosqueda and Emma Roll; second row, Taylor Hendrix, José Prieto, Kyra Loutensock and Jillian Hunter; and back row, Jarrett Woodhead, Kaylee Camblin, Matt Yost, Alex Strauss and Zach Overton. Not pictured are Edwin Cruz, Brook Prottsman and Brenden Kage. —Johnson Publications

    HHS track runs 40 students strong for the 2017 season, up from last year’s 27-member team. A full 14 returning letterwinners lead the group.

Ag & Business

Tyler Camblin programs the GPS in a combine for wheat harvest as part of his supervised agricultural experience.

    In February, Tyler Camblin, Wyatt McCallum and Taylor Hendrix submitted proficiency applications to compete among FFA members across the state for top honors in their supervised agricultural ex

    PC Telcom will hold its annual meeting Thursday, March 30. A meal will be served in the Holyoke High School old gym at 5:30 p.m., followed by the meeting at 6:45 p.m.

    Colorado U.S. Sen.

School

Cast members of Witness for the Prosecution are pictured from left, Drew Stewart, Luke Krogmeier, Brenna Gatton, Kayla Marshall (seated at center), Tayler Hale, Jaxie Gerk and Maddie Beckner. Not pictured are Tyler Lamm, Andrew Rivera, Dylan Miles and Morgan Philips. —Johnson Publications

    “Witness for the Prosecution” is a classic murder mystery courtroom drama from the great Agatha Christie, to be performed by the HHS drama department in Heginbotham Hall Friday and Saturday, Ma

Those attending the state Knowledge Bowl competition are pictured from left, front row, Sylvia McCleary and Madison Beckner; and back row, sponsor Amber Schroetlin, Kayla Marshall, Luke Krogmeier, Brandon Nevarez, Drew Stewart and sponsor Josh Schroetlin. Not pictured is Morgan Philips.

    Seven HHS students competed in the State Knowledge Bowl Monday-Tuesday, March 13-14, at the Colorado State University campus in Fort Collins.

Winners of the America Saves Week fourth-grade piggy bank contest are pictured from left, Nicole Schlachter, Mason Powell, Luke Roberts, Lizbeth Favela (from First Pioneer), Cody Maloney, Leah Struckmeyer and  Abigail Dille.

    During America Saves Week, Feb.

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