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  • Dive into the pool with 5 benefits of swimming

    Many people view swimming as a purely recreational activity, but the health benefits of swimming should not be overlooked. Swimming is a great way to get fit, providing great cardiovascular exercise that’s easy on the joints. Swimming engages a variety...
  • Conservation partners offer workshop for landowners Aug. 18

    With today’s ever increasing input costs and lower commodity prices, producers are constantly looking for ways to reduce input costs and improve their farming efficiency to increase farm profits. A free landowner workshop will be held Tuesday, Aug. 18,...
  • Cutworm a pest to be monitoring

    Western bean cutworm moths recently began to emerge in most parts of northeastern Colorado (www.nocopestalert.org). According to the historic pheromone trap data, the moth flight will continue until middle of August in Colorado. The peak population of the...
  • Petrified Wood, Art Gallery features area artist

    Artist Ron Nordyke, a Norfolk, Neb., native who now resides in Chappell, Neb., is being featured at the Petrified Wood & Art Gallery, 418 E. 1st St., Ogallala, Neb., until Aug. 31. The exhibit is titled “Take Me Back… Discovering Beauty in the Co...
  • Breastfeeding awareness and support promoted at event in Holyoke Aug. 19

    Aug. 1-7 is World Breastfeeding Week and a time when the world celebrates breastfeeding and builds awareness and support. This year’s theme is “Breastfeeding and Work: Let’s Make It Work,” which aims to empower and support all women to successfull...
  • Emergency personnel has been called — now what?

    CO Homeland Security offers tips for calling 911 An emergency arises. 911 has been called for help. What’s next? Colorado’s Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management wants to promote that being prepared can help eliminate some of the stre...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoAug. 5, 2010 Phillips County administrator Randy Schafer reported at the July 26 county commissioners’ quarterly meeting that work crews got a lot accomplished at the Phillips County Event Center in the three weeks leading up to the count...
  • Playing Dirty

    An action-packed mud volleyball tournament pitted five teams against one another at the second-annual Farmfest at the Patch Saturday, Aug. 1. Greeted by sunny skies and a muddy court Saturday morning, players were excited to sling mud at their opponents (...
  • Playing Dirty

    An action-packed mud volleyball tournament pitted five teams against one another at the second-annual Farmfest at the Patch Saturday, Aug. 1. Greeted by sunny skies and a muddy court Saturday morning, players were excited to sling mud at their opponents (...
  • O’Neals file 2 lawsuits against city

    Open meetings law violations, spurious document claim involvedRupert and Claire O’Neal have filed two separate lawsuits involving the City of Holyoke in Phillips County District Court. The O’Neal pit used for city wastewater management south of Holyo...
  • O’Neals file 2 lawsuits against city

    Open meetings law violations, spurious document claim involvedRupert and Claire O’Neal have filed two separate lawsuits involving the City of Holyoke in Phillips County District Court. The O’Neal pit used for city wastewater management south of Holyo...
  • Murphy on board as MMH interim CEO

    Serving in 20 different health care facilities in nine states in his career that began in 1971, Jim Murphy is on board at Melissa Memorial Hospital as interim CEO, as of Aug. 1. Murphy arrived in Holyoke Tuesday, July 28, to attend the hospital board mee...
  • Murphy on board as MMH interim CEO

    Serving in 20 different health care facilities in nine states in his career that began in 1971, Jim Murphy is on board at Melissa Memorial Hospital as interim CEO, as of Aug. 1. Murphy arrived in Holyoke Tuesday, July 28, to attend the hospital board mee...
  • Hospital facility expansion to continue as planned

    Remodeling and expansion plans that have been in the works for Melissa Memorial Hospital for some time will continue as planned even as the organization is transitioning between CEOs. Michael Curtis from the Neenan Company was in attendance at the East P...
  • Hospital facility expansion to continue as planned

    Remodeling and expansion plans that have been in the works for Melissa Memorial Hospital for some time will continue as planned even as the organization is transitioning between CEOs. Michael Curtis from the Neenan Company was in attendance at the East P...
  • Around Town

    5 positions open on Re-1J school board Five positions will be up for election on the Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education Nov. 3. Nomination petitions can now be picked up at the school administration office and must be returned by Friday, Au...
  • RAISING umbrellas, RAISING expectations

    Mark Meusborn in Guinness World Record umbrella mosaic with National Federation of the BlindIt was quite a sight as 2,480 members and supporters of the National Federation of the Blind raised umbrellas to successfully break the Guinness World Record for t...
  • Better Beef Makers named parade champs

    Family day at the Phillips County Fair kicked off Saturday, July 25, with the local parade. Proceeding down the flag-lined Interocean Avenue, the candy and costumes were a big hit with the spectators. Many entries embraced the “Summer Days and Country ...
  • Atkins, Ferguson, Plumb named overall project grand champs

    Overall awards in three age divisions for general 4-H projects were awarded at the Phillips County Fair last week. Winners were Emily Atkins, senior overall, receiving a scholarship; Tristen Ferguson, intermediate overall; and Brooklyn Plumb, junior over...
  • Livestock honors reward hard work, dedication

    FFA and 4-H livestock exhibitors at the Phillips County Fair were all winners in terms of effort and responsibility. Those earning grand champion and reserve grand champion honors for their livestock projects at the 2015 fair follow: Showman honors In ...