Ship captain Julie Kotch, at right, serves a drink to Dan Goddard before the “Seas the Day” cruise takes off for a week of fun at Regent Park and Carriage House. —Johnson Publications photo

See that small line running across the photo? Anchored between two trees about 6 feet off the ground, that slackline is Dylon Lousberg’s ticket to international trickline recognition. —Johnson Publications photo

Owner Jen Hayes taste-tests one of the six sorbet and frozen yogurt flavors available at the Cross Eyed Cow, a department of Inklings & More Bookstore in Olde Holyoke Square at 221 N. Interocean Ave. Eighteen toppings make for endless flavor combinations. —Johnson Publications

In the foreground from left, storybook princesses Kinley Sporhase and Grace Whisenhunt bicker over who is the real pickle-eating princess, while in the background from left, orphans Margie (Kya Thacker), Anna (Adison Goldenstein) and Charley (Isaiah Rueter) look on, unimpressed by their antics. —Johnson Publications photo

Local

Ship captain Julie Kotch, at right, serves a drink to Dan Goddard before the “Seas the Day” cruise takes off for a week of fun at Regent Park and Carriage House. —Johnson Publications photo

The USS Regent set sail from Holyoke Monday, June 26, to give Regent Park and Carriage House residents and community members a week of free cruise ship fun.

Vicki Ocken’s book, published by Schiffer Publishing, is full of photos and anecdotes that anyone, trailer enthusiast or otherwise, can enjoy.

It wasn’t always easy getting people to open up, talk to her and show off their vintage trailers, but Vicki Ocken kept her camera handy and her eyes peeled for four years, piecing together “Vintage

Each year donations from the community make the July Fourth fireworks show possible. —Johnson Publications photo

Support from the community and the City of Holyoke guarantee a dazzling night of fireworks presented by the Holyoke Volunteer Fire Department this Fourth of July.

Sports

See that small line running across the photo? Anchored between two trees about 6 feet off the ground, that slackline is Dylon Lousberg’s ticket to international trickline recognition. —Johnson Publications photo

It’s not often that Holyoke is the backdrop for a professional athlete training for international competition, but this summer, it’s just that.

At the June 24 Northwest Kansas Swim League meet in Colby, Kansas, Holyoke swimmers broke two pool records, both previously held by Holyoke Swim Club members.

Golfers who played a combined 534 holes at the Ballyneal Hundred Hole Hike Monday, June19, are pictured from left, Josh Bills, Jim Colton, Gary Albrecht and Brandon Urban.

Four golfers found themselves at Ballyneal June 19, raising funds for various charities through the Hundred Hole Hike.

Ag & Business

Owner Jen Hayes taste-tests one of the six sorbet and frozen yogurt flavors available at the Cross Eyed Cow, a department of Inklings & More Bookstore in Olde Holyoke Square at 221 N. Interocean Ave. Eighteen toppings make for endless flavor combinations. —Johnson Publications

“All I had was a dream and imagination,” said Jen Hayes, owner of the new Cross Eyed Cow frozen yogurt shop in Olde Holyoke Square. “God put all the pieces together!”

The Northeastern Colorado Revolving Loan Fund is proud to announce participation in the Rural Business Loan Fund Statewide Collaboration.

Pictured from left, Tyler Camblin, Gunnar Kroeger, Wyatt McCallum and Brendan Mayden were all recognized at the state FFA convention June 13-15, receiving State Degrees for their contributions to their chapters and communities while in FFA. —Johnson Publications

    Tyler Camblin, Wyatt McCallum, Gunnar Kroeger and Brendan Mayden of Holyoke FFA were all recognized at the state FFA convention at Colorado State University-Pueblo June 13-15, receiving State D

School

With a projected beginning fund balance of $1,459,080, the 2017-18 preliminary budget for Holyoke School District Re-1J was adopted at the June 20 board meeting.

Preschooler Bo Steggs raises his hand to ask a question about the pizza Danette Vasa shows to the class on their Tuesday field trip. —Johnson Publications

    The average age of the morning coffee crowd at Pizza p.a.d. was cut in half June 20, as the summer Dragon’s Wagon Preschool class joined the regulars.

    Linda Ortner, 1976 graduate of Holyoke High School, received a master’s degree in organizational leadership from St. Mary’s University, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Saturday, June 3.  

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