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  • Fairgrounds to expand for custom harvesters

    Phillips County commissioners voted to purchase approximately 9.8 acres of land immediately west of the southwest corner of the Phillips County Fairgrounds, as reported by the board at their Oct. 31 meeting. The county plans to use the expanded area for ...
  • Fairgrounds to expand for custom harvesters

    Phillips County commissioners voted to purchase approximately 9.8 acres of land immediately west of the southwest corner of the Phillips County Fairgrounds, as reported by the board at their Oct. 31 meeting. The county plans to use the expanded area for ...
  • Around Town

    Veterans Day breakfast, program Tues. Veterans Day activities are planned in Holyoke for Tuesday, Nov. 11. From 7-8 a.m., students will serve breakfast to veterans and their families in the HHS commons area. A program will begin at 2:30 p.m. in the HHS ...
  • Holyoke livens up Halloween night

    It must be time for Halloween — pumpkins are transforming into jack-o-lanterns and bags of candy are flying off shelves. After some trick-or-treating after school on Halloween, activities are available to please children of all ages. Beginning at 6 p....
  • Cheerleaders thrill football crowd

    With Halloween approaching, Holyoke’s high school and junior high cheerleaders performed a dance routine set to Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” for fans at halftime of Friday’s football game with Burlington. The cheer teams dressed to look like zom...
  • Snuffy sweeps the streets

    Most people in Holyoke are familiar with “Snuffy” the city’s leaf disposal machine. The contraption, named for its resemblance to the Sesame Street character Snuffleupagus, has been out working the streets the past few weeks to clear up fallen leave...
  • ‘Just Desserts’ serves up tasty murder mystery

    Phillips County Players will need help from the audience this Sunday, Nov. 2, as they attempt to solve a tasty murder mystery in their one-act play “Just Desserts,” written by Craig Sodaro. Directed by Penny Dockins, the mystery hits the Peerless The...
  • Bret Miles nominated as Supt. of the Year

    Holyoke School District Re-1J Superintendent Bret Miles was recently interviewed for American Association of School Administrators Superintendent of the Year honors, after being nominated by the Holyoke School Board this past August. Englewood Schools Su...
  • School policy changes to be updated online

    Five policy changes were approved on second reading at the Oct. 21 meeting of the Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education. These policies will now be updated on the district’s website. Policies which were approved include IG on curriculum deve...
  • Weather prompts nice Holly Daze crowd

    Holly Daze Craft and Gift Show in Holyoke drew a fine crowd Saturday, Oct. 25, at Holyoke JR/SR High School, with vendors and shoppers pictured in the old gym. The annual event sponsored by Jolly Dozen FCE Club was first held in 1963 and has been going st...
  • FCCLA’s Let’s Move-a-Thon raises funds for child hunger at district conf.

    Holyoke FCCLA hosted the FCCLA Northeastern Plains District Fall Conference Wednesday, Oct, 15, at Phillips County Event Center in Holyoke. Thirty-seven students from Holyoke attended the conference along with adviser Karen Ortner and chaperone Sharon Mc...
  • Cure Land appealing Target Zone ruling

    Cure Land is appealing the Federal District Court decision upholding the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s ruling to not include a “target zone” in the amended Republican River Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program. Judge William Martinez submitt...
  • I'm Just Cookin' Holiday Recipe Swap

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  • Preparation is key to dealing with winter weather conditions

    With the winter season approaching, the Federal Emergency Management Agency reminds individuals to be prepared for winter storms and extreme cold. While the danger of severe winter weather varies across the country, everyone can benefit by taking a few ea...
  • Child safety seat guidelines reviewed

    Parents and grandparents of young children may need to brush up on their knowledge of child safety seats and seat belt restraints. Many are still operating in adherence to older guidelines that go back more than a decade. As a result, parents should re-ed...
  • Range grasses still recovering from drought

    The tremendous rains many have had this summer can make people think that the grasses are as good as if nothing ever happened. Not so fast there. Remember, the grasses suffered through a tremendous drought in 2012 and 2013. Have people forgotten the extr...
  • USDA releases new state-by-state ‘Made in Rural America’ report

    As part of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s commitment to strengthening rural economies, secretary Tom Vilsack announced a new state-by-state “Made in Rural America” report illustrating the impact of USDA investments in rural communities. Each ...
  • Crop Clinic set for Nov. 18-19 in Sterling

    Colorado State University Extension and Colorado’s Certified Crop Advisors Board will be conducting the 2014 Crop Clinic Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. 18-19, at the DeSoto Building, 1120 Pawnee Ave., Sterling. Program topics include nutrient management, ...
  • Business briefs

    Veronica Marroquin, Debby Banaka, Megan Gerk, Annie Stephens and Amanda Feely of Veronica’s Hair & Nail Salon in Holyoke attended a Fall Hair Show Oct. 4-5 at the Convention Center in Denver. Information for business briefs can be called to the E...
  • Club report

    Raising Ranchers 4-H Club Raising Ranchers 4-H Club met Monday, Oct. 27 in the Ortner Room at the Phillips County Event Center. The meeting was called to order by president Ty Camblin, and pledges were led by Cash Weber. Roll call and the secretary’s ...