Weather Forecast

Find more about Weather in Holyoke, CO
Click for weather forecast
Archives

Filter 

  • City Council asks voters to remove term limits

    Holyoke City Council is asking the community to vote to eliminate the term limits that are in place for mayor and councilmembers. The current limit allows councilmembers and the mayor to serve only two consecutive four-year terms. A “yes” vote on the...
  • City Council asks voters to remove term limits

    Holyoke City Council is asking the community to vote to eliminate the term limits that are in place for mayor and councilmembers. The current limit allows councilmembers and the mayor to serve only two consecutive four-year terms. A “yes” vote on the...
  • Bishop joins school board after vacancy

    Nici Bishop was scheduled to take her oath of office as a member of Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education at the board’s Oct. 7 meeting. Appointed by board president Kris Camblin to fill the vacancy created with the resignation of Kim Killin...
  • Bishop joins school board after vacancy

    Nici Bishop was scheduled to take her oath of office as a member of Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education at the board’s Oct. 7 meeting. Appointed by board president Kris Camblin to fill the vacancy created with the resignation of Kim Killin...
  • Phillips County to hold 125th celebration Sunday

    Phillips County was officially created in 1889. By that count, it has been 125 years ­— and that certainly calls for a celebration. In honor of Phillips County’s 125th year, there will be a celebration at Homesteaders Park Sunday, Oct. 12, from 2-5:...
  • Phillips County to hold 125th celebration Sunday

    Phillips County was officially created in 1889. By that count, it has been 125 years ­— and that certainly calls for a celebration. In honor of Phillips County’s 125th year, there will be a celebration at Homesteaders Park Sunday, Oct. 12, from 2-5:...
  • Around Town

    No school Fri. There will be no school in Holyoke School District this Friday, Oct. 10.   HVFD called four times in last week Holyoke Volunteer Fire Department was summoned four times between Oct. 1-6. Monday, Oct. 6, at 3 p.m., the fire departm...
  • HHS hammers Highland in Homecoming game

    Playing for a packed grandstands, the Dragons put on quite a scoring show for the Homecoming football game Friday, Sept. 26. Holyoke defeated the Highland Huskies 40-0, giving the Dragons a 1-0 record for league play. The Dragons didn’t waste any time,...
  • V-ball captures close Homecoming victory

    Fired up for Homecoming week, the HHS varsity volleyball team captured a big win against Highland Friday, Sept. 26. The Lady Dragons beat the Huskies in three tight sets, 25-23, 25-21, 25-23. “The team played well as a whole,” coach Michelle Vieselme...
  • Dragon spirit fueled at 2014 Homecoming

    Homecoming King Javier Rojo and Homecoming Queen Rosa Ochoa are crowned at halftime of Friday night’s football game. Other candidates were Kaylee Ham, Rubi Canales, Wyatt Powell and Dylan Kotch. Along with the royalty, the halftime show featured perform...
  • Rouses renew vows amidst cancer

    Dale Rouse has no idea when he’ll die. He just knows he’s sick, and he knows he’s still madly in love. Doctors discovered a cancerous tumor near the back of his throat in 2010 and told him he wouldn’t last another year. Four years later — with ...
  • Phillips Photo Phun

    ...
  • Home field softball finale sees 2 huge wins over Yuma

    HHS left the home softball field finale with two huge wins Saturday, Sept. 27, defeating Yuma 14-4 and 21-16. The regular season ends on the road Friday, Oct. 3, at Limon. “In the first game, we just set the table and started hitting well,” said coa...
  • Good attitude spurs HHS to two wins over Akron

    “Attitudes were right and we had mojo on our side after our Wray win,” said HHS softball coach Sherman Kage after Holyoke’s 11-9 and 17-16 wins at Akron Tuesday, Sept. 23. He noted that the girls played without hesitation and looked like they had p...
  • Cheap wind energy a no-brainer

    A crowd was on hand Tuesday, Sept. 23, for the monthly Holyoke Chamber of Commerce meeting featuring guest speaker Jim Michael, representing Colorado Highland Wind. Like in most industries, people are looking for ways to cut costs, and wind energy could ...
  • RRWCD quarterly bd. meeting set for Oct. 9

    The board of directors of the Republican River Water Conservation District will hold its regular quarterly meeting at Cobblestone Inn & Suites meeting room in Wray Thursday, Oct. 9, from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Agenda items include a general manager’s repor...
  • Grainland patrons recipients of $2.9 million in equity redemptions

    Eligible patrons of Holyoke-based Grainland Cooperative are among the recipients of some $2.9 million in equity redemptions as part of a recent distribution by CHS Inc., a leading U.S. farmer-owned cooperative. Grainland Cooperative is a locally controlle...
  • Hale chosen for D.C. medical conference

    Cassidy Hale, a freshman at Holyoke High School, has been nominated to attend the Congress of Future Medical Leaders in Washington, D.C., Nov. 14-16. The Congress is an honors-only program for high school students who want to become physicians or go into...
  • School board to meet Oct. 7

    Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education will meet Tuesday, Oct. 7, at 7 p.m. in the board meeting room at HJHS, room No. 218. Newly-appointed board member Nici Bishop will be administered her oath of office. A City Council representative will be...
  • Extension Corner

    Are you working hard enough to improve physical health? In a Canadian study, researchers of 129 sedentary volunteers, 18 to 64 years of age, found that most of the participants overestimated how intensely they were exercising. Only 25 percent of the par...