Robbie Doman, a 2001 HHS grad from Amherst, transitions from one ring to the next in the ring swing in Monday night’s episode of American Ninja Warrior. —American Ninja Warrior | "Denver Qualifier" | Photo by Dustin Bradford, NBC.
 

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Freestyle motocross trick bikes are scheduled to return to Phillips County Raceway after the stock car races Friday, July 28, for fair entertainment. —Johnson Publications

Bulls Gone Wild, stock car races and freestyle motocross bikes pave the way for “barn-raising good times” Friday-Saturday, July 28-29, at the Phillips County Fair.

Robbie Doman, a 2001 HHS grad from Amherst, transitions from one ring to the next in the ring swing in Monday night’s episode of American Ninja Warrior. —American Ninja Warrior | "Denver Qualifier" | Photo by Dustin Bradford, NBC.
 

Did you “witness one American hero’s impossible comeback story” Monday, July 17, as the dramatic, nationally televised commercial for American Ninja Warrior promised?

Rich Mulligan scopes out a putt on the new Mulligan Course, named after his father, at Ballyneal Golf Club. —Johnson Publications

“Charlie loved Ballyneal; it was his second family.” Myrna Mulligan seemed right at home herself as she took in the opening ceremony of the new golf course that honors her late husband.

Sports

Rich Mulligan scopes out a putt on the new Mulligan Course, named after his father, at Ballyneal Golf Club. —Johnson Publications

“Charlie loved Ballyneal; it was his second family.” Myrna Mulligan seemed right at home herself as she took in the opening ceremony of the new golf course that honors her late husband.

Nearby upcoming trainings for football, volleyball and softball officials have been scheduled in hopes of addressing a statewide shortage.

With the July 14 event behind them, racers at Phillips County Raceway have made it through the midseason championships and are ramping up for the second half of the season.

Ag & Business

Freestyle motocross trick bikes are scheduled to return to Phillips County Raceway after the stock car races Friday, July 28, for fair entertainment. —Johnson Publications

Bulls Gone Wild, stock car races and freestyle motocross bikes pave the way for “barn-raising good times” Friday-Saturday, July 28-29, at the Phillips County Fair.

Chase 3000 owner Aaron Greene, left, sold the assets of his wireless company to Gering, Nebraska-based Vistabeam, owned and operated by Matt Larsen, right. —Johnson Publications
 

When Chase 3000 announced last September they would be ceasing operations on July 31, 2017, rural customers in some areas didn’t know what their options for internet access were going to be.

Colorado Cattlemen’s Association’s Ag Water NetWORK will host a free webinar highlighting the interrelationship between agricultural water rights and irrigation efficiency.

School

The Northeast Regional Council, a program of El Pomar Foundation, has granted $396,720 to two local organizations — Northeast Colorado Board of Cooperative Educational Services and Sedgwick County

Holyoke FCCLA members earning medals at national competition are pictured from left, front row, Anna Jelden, Tica Penzing, Shianne Willmon, Josie Herman, Lauren Bergner, Emily Jelden and Brook Prottsman; and back row, Austin Herman, Caleb Deaver, Alexis Vega, Tristen Roll, Tyler Lamm and Slaten Burris.

Thirteen Holyoke Family, Career and Community Leaders of America members competed at the FCCLA National Leadership Conference in Nashville, Tennessee, July 1-7, on three teams.

Four incoming seniors at Holyoke High School had the honor of attending American Legion Colorado Boys State June 4-10.

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