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  • Girls’ JV goes 1-1

    After a loss in Haxtun Friday, Dec. 18, Holyoke girls’ junior varsity basketball team rounded out their 2015 games with a win at home against Sedgwick County Saturday, Dec. 19.   Holyoke JV 16, Haxtun 36 With a scoreless first quarter, Holyoke f...
  • JV boys beat Bulldogs

    JV boys’ basketball beat the Haxtun Bulldogs 49-38 in Haxtun Friday, Dec. 18, but fell 28-30 to Sedgwick County at home in overtime Saturday, Dec. 19. Holyoke 49, Haxtun 38 Playing just three quarters against Haxtun, the teams started out looking even...
  • Haxtun, SedgCo beat boys’ C

    HHS boys’ basketball C team lost to Haxtun 13-36 in Haxtun Friday, Dec. 18, and to Sedgwick County 19-27 at home Saturday, Dec. 19. Holyoke 13, Haxtun 36 In a game that was only two quarters long, Haxtun took a good lead from the start. Alex Becerra ...
  • Dani Brandt competes in Coaches Invite at VMAC

    It’s been close to 15 years since HHS had a swimmer compete in the Coaches Invite, in which qualifying times are required. HHS senior Dani Brandt broke that dry spell last year when she swam a qualifying time in the 50-yard freestyle to earn a spot in ...
  • 5 place in Wray Invitational

    Rojo takes 2nd and Struckmeyer 3rd to lead the wrestlersFive Dragons placed in the top five in their wrestling weight divisions in the Bob Smith Wray Invitational Saturday, Dec. 19, with the team finishing in eighth place. Eric Rojo earned runner-up hono...
  • HHS 4-2 at Yuma

    Only six matches were wrestled by HHS wrestlers at the triangular with Yuma and Merino Thursday, Dec. 17, but HHS was 4-2 and won both duals by criteria. In the dual with Yuma, HHS won three by forfeit and two by pins, while Yuma took four wins by forfei...
  • JH boys runner-up in league championship

    A fine junior high boys’ basketball season found the HJHS Dragons winning the east division tournament and qualifying for the east-west championship with Wiggins. Due to stormy weather, the game was postponed from Dec. 15 but was played in Wiggins Thur...
  • Beavers wins fathers’ free-throw contest

    Defeating Jeff Roll in a shoot-off, Steve Beavers won the fathers’ free-throw competition Saturday, Dec. 19, at halftime of the HHS girls’ basketball game with Sedgwick County. Fathers of players on both the HHS girls’ and boys’ basketball teams ...
  • Mayden named 1A honorable mention

    Dragon football player Brendan Mayden, a junior, earned honorable mention all-state honors for 1A football, as announced by The Denver Post Sunday. Other area players recognized on the 1A all-state list are Kaeson Risner of Wiggins, first team; Austin Di...
  • Thinking About Health

    Public pressure may make hospitals safer Medicare has just announced it is penalizing more than 700 of the nation’s hospitals because they have higher rates of patient safety mishaps, which the government and patient advocacy groups have been trying fo...
  • Kid Tested, Uncle Approved

    The Magic School Bus TV series (1994) “The Magic School Bus” book series was one of my absolute favorites growing up. They were able to perfectly capture the mystery and wonder of science in such a way that it was both fun and exciting to learn. I h...
  • Extension Corner

    Webinars used in community education Colorado State University Extension family and consumer science agents of northeast Colorado have historically partnered with local entities to join in the fight against diabetes. The Diabetes Coalition, including Co...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoDec. 23, 2010 “Wow” was the response of Holyoke Re-1J Board of Education members after a demonstration of Promethean board instruction from JR/SR high math teacher Lynette Hudiburgh. Dan and Shonna Kafka’s four-car garage was a total...
  • USDA begins enrollment period for CRP in Dec.

    Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack reminded farmers and ranchers that the next general enrollment period for the Conservation Reserve Program began Tuesday, Dec. 1, and ends Feb. 26, 2016. December 2015 also marks the 30th anniversary of CRP, a federally ...
  • Beck, Dukart to speak at no-till conference

    Registration is now open for the two-day High Plains No-till Conference Feb. 2-3, 2016, in Burlington. Dr. Dwayne Beck, research manager at Dakota Lakes Research Farm, will be one of the keynote speakers. Working in no-till systems for over 25 years, Bec...
  • Origin of some Christmas traditions may be a surprise

    Many Christmas traditions are older than some celebrants might think. The tradition of lighting up a Christmas tree, for example, dates back to the days before Christmas lights. Before electric-powered twinkle lights were invented and even before electri...
  • 55 families supported for holidays this year

    Through the combined efforts of several churches, 4-H groups, individuals and businesses around Holyoke, 55 families in need will receive holiday food boxes, cleaning supplies, hygiene products and Christmas presents this year. The list of families was p...
  • 55 families supported for holidays this year

    Through the combined efforts of several churches, 4-H groups, individuals and businesses around Holyoke, 55 families in need will receive holiday food boxes, cleaning supplies, hygiene products and Christmas presents this year. The list of families was p...
  • School PARCC testing evaluated

    Colorado has set a higher bar and established a new baselinePreliminary analysis of the statewide Partnership for the Assessment of Readiness for College and Career standardized assessments given last year was reviewed at the Dec. 15 meeting of Holyoke Sc...
  • School PARCC testing evaluated

    Colorado has set a higher bar and established a new baselinePreliminary analysis of the statewide Partnership for the Assessment of Readiness for College and Career standardized assessments given last year was reviewed at the Dec. 15 meeting of Holyoke Sc...