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  • Heermann earns business degrees

    Sarah Heermann, daughter of Eldon and Christine Heermann and a 2011 graduate of Holyoke High School, graduated from the University of Denver’s Daniels College of Business June 6, with a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration with a double...
  • Dille named to VB All-Conference list

    HHS sophomore Grace Dille was named to the 2015 Lower Platte Activities Association volleyball All-Conference team for the recently completed fall sports season. Other volleyball players on the All-Conference list are Tara Traphagan, Mallory Noble, Peigh...
  • HJHS defeats Caliche in boys’ basketball

    Holyoke Junior High boys’ basketball team doubled Caliche’s points in both A and B team action Thursday, Nov. 12, to take two wins on the home court. The Dragon A team earned a 46-23 victory, while the B team captured a 40-20 win. Holyoke jumped to ...
  • Printers Paper & More moves location under new ownership

    Printers Paper & More will remain an important part of Holyoke’s business district, now as a division of Scholl Oil Company. The business’s new location will be 118 S. Interocean Ave. in Holyoke, in the former Abts Express building. Arlan Scholl, ...
  • Western Sustainable Ag Crops and Livestock Conference Dec. 5

    “The Value of Livestock on the Land” is the theme for the Annual Western Sustainable Ag Crops and Livestock Conference set for Saturday, Dec. 5, in Ogallala, Neb. Speakers with experience in both the real world and scientific research will share what...
  • Seaboard Foods to award $1,000 scholarships to seniors

    Seaboard Foods will award 20 $1,000 scholarships to graduating high school seniors from community high schools and five additional $1,000 scholarships to children of Seaboard Foods, Seaboard Transport and High Plains Bioenergy employees, totaling $25,000 ...
  • Thinking About Health

    The Cadillac tax brings more costs, less value to your health insurance More health insurance upheaval is coming your way. The value of your health insurance is shrinking, and you may be paying more for less this year and in years to come. Perhaps your ...
  • Samantha’s Salt

    A prayer for thankfulness in time of pain Father God, We acknowledge that you are the giver of all good things. We live and breathe because of you. From your hands, you supply all that we need and so much more. But we confess that sometimes we are: ungr...
  • It's the Pitts

    Indian Giver No man wants to admit that he fears his wife, and I am no exception. I’m just a little henpecked, that’s all. So much so that I molt twice a year. It’s just that I have been known to make some pretty stupid mistakes on occasion and ha...
  • Extension Corner

    Famous 4-H alumni As the nation’s largest youth development organization, 4-H empowers 6 million young people throughout the United States. With the large number of youth served through 4-H, it is not surprising that a handful of these individuals cont...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoNov. 18, 2010 The Holyoke area received its first snow of the fall on Veterans Day, Nov. 11. MV Equipment in Holyoke is holding an open house Friday, Nov. 19, for the grand opening of their new service shop. Phillips County Event Center w...
  • Christmas shoeboxes collected this week

    This week is the last opportunity to drop off Operation Christmas Child boxes at Holyoke First Baptist Church. Boxes will be accepted through Sunday, Nov. 22. A packing party is planned at noon this Sunday, with food provided at the church. Operation Ch...
  • November designated National Hospice/Palliative Care Month

    November is National Hospice/Palliative Care Month. Hospice of the Plains urges residents of the area to learn more about the ways hospice can add more moments to patients and families at life’s end. Staying at home, surrounded by family and friends, f...
  • A nation united

    Veterans Day program challenges young people to unite America againIt was 1940. A young 10-year-old boy watched intently as the local football boys took the field in Holyoke. They only needed one more win to be district champions. The boy remembered John...
  • A nation united

    Veterans Day program challenges young people to unite America againIt was 1940. A young 10-year-old boy watched intently as the local football boys took the field in Holyoke. They only needed one more win to be district champions. The boy remembered John...
  • Re-1J readies for graduation guidelines

    Colorado’s time line cites Class of 2021 (current 7th-graders) as first class under revised guidelinesHolyoke School District has been looking steadily at the Colorado graduation guidelines, as this year’s seventh-grade class (Class of 2021) will be t...
  • Re-1J readies for graduation guidelines

    Colorado’s time line cites Class of 2021 (current 7th-graders) as first class under revised guidelinesHolyoke School District has been looking steadily at the Colorado graduation guidelines, as this year’s seventh-grade class (Class of 2021) will be t...
  • Kathy Meyer rejoins staff at MMH Clinic

    Kathy Meyer, FNP, is rejoining the staff at Melissa Memorial Hospital. Patients will find her in the Family Practice Clinic three days per week and also helping cover call on the hospital side. Meyer is not completely new to MMH, having worked there from...
  • Kathy Meyer rejoins staff at MMH Clinic

    Kathy Meyer, FNP, is rejoining the staff at Melissa Memorial Hospital. Patients will find her in the Family Practice Clinic three days per week and also helping cover call on the hospital side. Meyer is not completely new to MMH, having worked there from...
  • Executive sessions held over MMH CEO candidates

    Executive sessions held by the East Phillips County Hospital District board Thursday, Nov. 12, and Tuesday, Nov. 17, have introduced CEO candidates to the board by the B.E. Smith health care leadership solutions firm. Board chair Steve Young shared that ...