Armed with a stack of unique soup bowls, FCCLA member Anna Jelden resets the tables in the middle of the Jan. 11 Empty Bowl Supper, preparing the way for more guests to make a difference in the lives of hungry people. — Johnson Publications

It’s a familiar sight for HHS sports fans: TV production students set up a camera to broadcast school events on Channel 13. Monse Conde takes a look in the foreground, while classmates Michael Pell, pictured at right, and Alondra Zapata assist.

Cast members in “The ReGifters” are pictured from left, front row, Luke Krogmeier and Brooke Gumm; and back row, Maury Kramer, Pete Markle, Susan Markle, Chris Colglazier, Andrea Dunn and Penny Dockins. Not pictured is Janel Wailes. — Johnson Publications

Competing early on in the fifth-and-sixth-grade boys division, the Tigers from Holyoke face Triple Threat from Haxtun. Holyoke’s Irving Dominguez goes up for a shot, while teammates Reid Sprague (jersey No. 9) and Luke Roberts (No. 10) prepare to rebound. — Johnson Publications

Local

    Three local residents were arrested in Holyoke Thursday, Jan. 11, for offenses related to marijuana, among other charges, according to a press release from Sgt.

    Gov. John Hickenlooper gave his eighth and final State of the State address Thursday, Jan. 11, an address that focused largely on rural issues.

Cast members in “The ReGifters” are pictured from left, front row, Luke Krogmeier and Brooke Gumm; and back row, Maury Kramer, Pete Markle, Susan Markle, Chris Colglazier, Andrea Dunn and Penny Dockins. Not pictured is Janel Wailes. — Johnson Publications

    For anyone who got some not-so-great gifts for Christmas, check out the latest play presented by the Phillips County Players.

Sports

    Adding to the already lengthy list of events in which Holyoke High School has qualified for the girls 3A state swim meet, Lali Marquez is now eligible in the 100-yard butterfly.

    Dragon wrestler Luis Chafino picked up Holyoke’s only medal when he placed fourth at 145 pounds at the Frederick Invitational Saturday, Jan. 13.

    The Lady Dragon varsity basketball team blew away their weekend opponents, improving their season record to 10-1 after a 47-13 win at Sedgwick County Friday, Jan.

Ag & Business

    The 30th annual High Plains No-Till Conference will held Tuesday-Wednesday, Feb. 6-7, at the Burlington Community Center in Burlington.

    Producers know their costs of producing crops and livestock continue to be high while market prices are going down.

    The Colorado Fruit and Vegetable Growers Association, Rocky Mountain Farmers Union, and Colorado Department of Agriculture will host an all-day produce safety rule training Thursday, Jan.

School

Armed with a stack of unique soup bowls, FCCLA member Anna Jelden resets the tables in the middle of the Jan. 11 Empty Bowl Supper, preparing the way for more guests to make a difference in the lives of hungry people. — Johnson Publications

    “This bowl signifies that many people only have an empty bowl for supper. Take this bowl home as a reminder to be grateful for the meals we have.

It’s a familiar sight for HHS sports fans: TV production students set up a camera to broadcast school events on Channel 13. Monse Conde takes a look in the foreground, while classmates Michael Pell, pictured at right, and Alondra Zapata assist.

    Channel 13 — as it’s known now — has become a staple to the Holyoke community over the years.

Holyoke Elementary’s Kimberlee Bennett, pictured at left, is the 2017-18 VFW District 4 Teacher of the Year. Lynn Schneider, pictured at right, nominated Bennett for the honor.

    Holyoke Elementary School already knew they had something special in social studies teacher Kimberlee Bennett, but now her reputation is spreading throughout northeastern Colorado and beyond.

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