Cash Adler and Kyra Loutensock showcase some of the pottery that will be used at the Empty Bowl Supper Thursday, Jan. 11. They are currently selling meal tickets as well as accepting bowl donations. — Johnson Publications

Members of the Holyoke High School select choir, Sound Check, perform a high-energy medley, “A Rock ‘n’ Roll Christmas,” at the Dec. 11 concert. Reindeer are pictured from left, Colby Purkeypile, Drew Stewart, Tate Dille, Anthony Rojo and Luke Krogmeier. — Johnson Publications

Local

Laura Roth makes a contribution in Salvation Army’s red kettle on an unusually warm Dec. 10 afternoon before she does her shopping at Holyoke Marketplace.

    As the City of Holyoke has made plans for a new fire hall, part of the proposed site on North Baxter Avenue was owned by CHS Grainland. At the Dec.

Remember these six easy tips to keep kids thinking even while they’re on school vacation.

Sports

    A fourth-place team finish, fueled by a champion, two runners-up and a third-placer made for a great wrestling tournament for HHS when they competed in the Banner County Invitational in Harrisb

Taeryn Trumper takes a shot early in Holyoke’s 51-34 win over Fleming Saturday in the Dragon gym. Trumper led the Lady Dragon scoring with 19 points. — Johnson Publications

    It was an exciting season home opener as HHS girls varsity basketball defeated Fleming 51-34 Saturday, Dec. 2.

Slaten Burris eyes the Dragon basket in first-quarter action with Fleming last weekend. HHS earned a 59-26 win in the first home game of the season. — Johnson Publications

    After a couple of losses the weekend before, the Dragons seemed to find their stride with a win in their home opener against Fleming in high school boys basketball action.

Ag & Business

Rick Unrein is pictured in his final days as general manager in his office at CHS Grainland. — Johnson Publications

    “My career has been a dream come true,” said Rick Unrein, general manager of CHS Grainland.

    This time of year comes with a great deal of reflection. Sometimes that leads supporting charitable causes.

    Northeast Colorado Health Department is pleased to announce Trish McClain as the new public health director. McClain succeeds Tony Cappello, who served northeast Colorado for five years.

School

    With an assessed valuation of $75,831,880, Holyoke School District Re-1J certified a total mill levy of 35.949 mills for property tax year 2017. Certification occurred at the Dec.

Cash Adler and Kyra Loutensock showcase some of the pottery that will be used at the Empty Bowl Supper Thursday, Jan. 11. They are currently selling meal tickets as well as accepting bowl donations. — Johnson Publications

    Recognizing that children and adults in their own community often go hungry, two Holyoke FCCLA students are working to change that.

Members of the Holyoke High School select choir, Sound Check, perform a high-energy medley, “A Rock ‘n’ Roll Christmas,” at the Dec. 11 concert. Reindeer are pictured from left, Colby Purkeypile, Drew Stewart, Tate Dille, Anthony Rojo and Luke Krogmeier. — Johnson Publications

    Christmas songs from funny to sincere combined in a well-rounded Dec. 11 concert featuring Holyoke’s junior high and high school choruses, as well as the HHS select choir, Sound Check.

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