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  • Valentine’s Day adds up

    According to Forbes, Americans take Valentine’s Day quite seriously, spending an average of $142.30 on gifts. Men tend to spend twice as much as women. In 2015, consumers in the United States spent $19 billion on Valentine’s Day gifts and other surpri...
  • Musical talent to be in Ogallala

    Armed with a clarinet, a piano and their personable stage presence, Kornel Wolak and Chris Donnelly will present a remarkable blend of classical and jazz music for their audience in Ogallala, Neb., Friday, Feb. 12, at the Ogallala Performing Arts Center a...
  • Extension Corner

    Winter flowers For flower lovers in zones 3b and 4, there are some choices for winter flowers for the landscape. Bulbs are the answer. Yes, bulbs that can flower during some of our coldest and snow packed times of the year. Here are some of those choic...
  • Kid Tested, Uncle Approved

    Penguins of Madagascar: The Movie (2014) I saw “Madagascar” as a double feature at the drive-in in Fort Collins along with “Batman Begins.” Strange double-bill, I know, but I was certainly tickled by the animated flick and knew it would be a big ...
  • Extension Corner

    Colorado 4-H Foundation Colorado 4-H members have many individuals, groups and businesses that support their 4-H experience. Many of these supporters come in the form of volunteer leaders; however, there are groups and businesses that financially support...
  • Home Connection

    Question: How will the decision by the Federal Reserve Bank to raise interest rates affect my ability to get a mortgage for the house I would like to buy? For the past five years, the national average interest rate on a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage has be...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoFeb. 10, 2011 Tracy Trumper is the new CSU area Extension agent for family and consumer sciences and community development for the Golden Plains Area, with her main focus on health, fitness and nutrition. HHS senior Preston King and junior...
  • Re-1J school board to meet Monday, Feb. 15

    Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education will meet Monday, Feb. 15, instead of Tuesday next week. A work session will begin at 5:15 p.m., followed by the regular meeting at 6 p.m. in the board meeting room at HJHS room No. 218. The board’s Feb....
  • United in Orange and Bronco Proud!

    Bronco spirit was contagious at Holyoke Elementary Friday, Feb. 5, as students of all ages competed for the honor of “best-dressed Bronco fan.” Bronco lovers everywhere are still feeling the Bronco pride after the satisfaction of earning the champion...
  • United in Orange and Bronco Proud!

    Bronco spirit was contagious at Holyoke Elementary Friday, Feb. 5, as students of all ages competed for the honor of “best-dressed Bronco fan.” Bronco lovers everywhere are still feeling the Bronco pride after the satisfaction of earning the champion...
  • Holyoke Chamber advocates community involvement

    Touting involvement and support in the community, the Holyoke Chamber of Commerce held its 23rd Annual Gala Wednesday, Feb. 3, recognizing excellence from businesses, organizations and individuals that call Holyoke home. Originally scheduled for Monday, ...
  • Holyoke Chamber advocates community involvement

    Touting involvement and support in the community, the Holyoke Chamber of Commerce held its 23rd Annual Gala Wednesday, Feb. 3, recognizing excellence from businesses, organizations and individuals that call Holyoke home. Originally scheduled for Monday, ...
  • Mayor plus 3 council positions open for election

    Eligible electors interested in running for mayor or one of three available city council member positions can pick up petition nomination forms at the clerk’s office, as announced at the Wednesday, Feb. 3, Holyoke City Council meeting. The election wil...
  • Mayor plus 3 council positions open for election

    Eligible electors interested in running for mayor or one of three available city council member positions can pick up petition nomination forms at the clerk’s office, as announced at the Wednesday, Feb. 3, Holyoke City Council meeting. The election wil...
  • Around Town

    Chocolate lovers unite on Valentine’s Day Phillips County Historical Society invites the community to indulge their sweet tooth with delightful desserts served on antique china at the Chocolate Affair Sunday, Feb. 14, from 1:30-4 p.m. at Phillips Count...
  • A Caring Pregnancy message: ‘Choose life, that you and your children may live’

    Faith, science and personal stories were woven together seamlessly at the Saturday, Jan. 30, A Caring Pregnancy Resource Center fundraising banquet. Held at the Phillips County Event Center, the program featured guest speaker Frederick Brown, M.D. The ni...
  • KarDale’s takes pride in down-home comfort food

    Start with a hamburger patty topped with cheese, cover it with hash brown potatoes, then smother it in gravy — either white or brown. Oh, and in between the potatoes and gravy is the eater’s choice — anything from mushrooms to jalapeños, onions, o...
  • Brain Bowl kids dominate

    Holyoke Elementary School won first place in both the grade 3-4 division and the grade 5-6 division at the Sunrise Optimist Brain Bowl Saturday, Jan. 30, in Fort Morgan. Twenty-one students from Holyoke Elementary School competed on four teams, answering...
  • Solar systems rock worlds

    Holyoke Elementary has had a lobby full of science, as each fourth-grader’s imaginative solar system enjoyed its own space on display. This year, science teacher Heather Walter gave students free rein in deciding how to represent the eight planets circ...
  • Hot Tomatoes swings into Holyoke for Valentine’s Day

    Phillips County Arts Council presents a special Valentine’s Day concert featuring the Hot Tomatoes Dance Orchestra from Denver. Holyoke High School auditorium will be swinging with sounds of big band music Sunday, Feb. 14, at 2 p.m. This is an addition...