Holyoke EMS Director Brady Ring and Holyoke Police Chief Doug Bergstrom are pictured from left, as Ring presents Bergstrom with three bleeding control kits, courtesy of Melissa Memorial Hospital.
Phillips County Board of Commissioners approved year-round banner sponsorship opportunities at the Bank of Colorado Pavilion this month, commissioners reported at their Feb.
Over a weekendlong combined humanitarian and training mission, three C-17 Globemaster III aircraft and their Reserve Citizen Airmen crews from the 315th Airlift Wing at Joint Base Charlston, So
A Colorado bill that would allow family members or law enforcement to petition the courts to remove guns and ammunition from people considered to be a threat to themselves or others went throug
Phillips County employees gather for a photo outside the courthouse on June 10, 1932. Pictured in the front row, from left, are Hattie Cole Lingo, librarian; Estella Brinkley Sanders, deputy assessor; Florence Slack Silligman, county court clerk; Edna Youtsey, superintendent of schools; Edith Correll, deputy clerk and recorder; and Geneva Behnfeldt Finch Hassler, deputy district court clerk. In the second row, from left, are Mrs. Charles C. Morris, janitor; R. Claymon, commissioner; Ed W. James, district court bailiff; Steve J. Meakins, commissioner; Frank McElroy, groundskeeper; Henry C. Hargreaves, deputy treasurer; Thomas H. Hargreaves, treasurer; and Olin H. Helland, district court clerk. And in the back row, from left, are Smith S. Worley, judge; Albert E. Correll, clerk and recorder; John Sandquist, commissioner; Frank A. Berger, sheriff; Roy E. Owens, assessor; and Ben L. Garman, attorney. — Source: Phillips County Museum
Five Years Ago
Feb. 27, 2014