A nice-sized crowd enjoyed the All-Holyoke picnic at E.B. Raines Jr. Memorial Park in Northglenn Saturday, Aug. 5.
Plan in place to address county roads
Robie and Brenda Adams of Holyoke hosted an open house supper July 22 for family and friends to meet Avery Maureen Adams, daughter of Joshua and Katie Adams of Greeley.
For an easy make-ahead lunch to pack, try Terri Einspahr’s potato-beef casserole. “I bake it at night, then eat it the next day,” said Einspahr. “It reheats easily.”
Leon Kepler is shown moving a house, pulled by a team of at least 13 horses in front, from Holyoke out to J.P. Pearson’s farm in the early 1900s. Kepler helped drive the horses and is pictured standing left of the team of horses in front. The farm, located 1 mile west and 2 3/4 miles south of Holyoke, later became Frank Schrage’s and is now the farm of Jim and Frances Muths. — Source: Phillips County Museum
Five Years Ago
Aug. 9, 2012