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  • Extension Corner

    The art of horticulture Recently, the Philadelphia Inquirer published an article titled “Is horticulture a withering profession?” Paul B. Redman, director of Longwood Gardens, a premier display garden, stated that horticulture is competing against a ...
  • Extension Corner

    New word All the wind and dry weather over the last few weeks that caused blowing fields has prompted me to come across a word that is new to me. I was never previously aware that there is a technical term for dust storms, but that word is haboob (pronou...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoJan. 29, 2009 Dr. Stephen Bohrer has resigned from his position as superintendent of Holyoke School District Re-1J, effective at the end of his current contract, June 30. Barb Kreider and Summer Maloney plan to open their new secondhand co...
  • Prayer vigil for Kelsie draws nice community crowd of support Sat.

    As the one-year anniversary of Kelsie Schelling’s disappearance approaches on Feb. 4, a crowd of more than 100 gathered at Holyoke City Park Saturday, Jan. 25, to show support. The wind from earlier in the day subsided and a nice, crisp evening air s...
  • Prayer vigil for Kelsie draws nice community crowd of support Sat.

    As the one-year anniversary of Kelsie Schelling’s disappearance approaches on Feb. 4, a crowd of more than 100 gathered at Holyoke City Park Saturday, Jan. 25, to show support. The wind from earlier in the day subsided and a nice, crisp evening air s...
  • Fans of all ages unite for the Broncos

    Bright orange and blue have recently become more prominent colors around town as Holyoke joins the rest of the state in anxiously anticipating Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 2. With the Denver Broncos aiming to snatch their third Super Bowl victory in the team...
  • Fans of all ages unite for the Broncos

    Bright orange and blue have recently become more prominent colors around town as Holyoke joins the rest of the state in anxiously anticipating Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 2. With the Denver Broncos aiming to snatch their third Super Bowl victory in the team...
  • CHS highlights benefits of making PC rail accessible

    Representatives from the City of Holyoke and Phillips County gathered at the Phillips County Event Center to discuss possible rail opportunities Tuesday, Jan. 14. Richard Payne, rail business development manager at CHS Inc., led the discussion. He propos...
  • CHS highlights benefits of making PC rail accessible

    Representatives from the City of Holyoke and Phillips County gathered at the Phillips County Event Center to discuss possible rail opportunities Tuesday, Jan. 14. Richard Payne, rail business development manager at CHS Inc., led the discussion. He propos...
  • Around Town

    Community pep band set for Feb. 13 Dust off those band instruments for the community pep band night scheduled for Thursday, Feb. 13 at the Holyoke-Haxtun basketball games that evening in Holyoke. Anyone who plays an instrument is invited to rehearsals M...
  • Fair queen and more embrace western spirit at Stock Show

    From its competitive livestock shows to the exciting entertainment to the highly anticipated trade show, the 108th annual National Western Stock Show in Denver is all about true western spirit. Many locals and others with ties to Holyoke got involved in ...
  • Strauss is 1st at districts

    After placing first in the local competition last fall with her speech entitled “Optimism,” HHS senior Meg Strauss moved on to the district Voice of Democracy competition. Strauss claimed first-place honors at districts Sunday, Jan. 12 in Fort Morgan...
  • Program provides valuable training for farm accidents

    Since agriculture is one of the most dangerous industries in America, local agencies learned valuable training techniques at the Farmedic Program at the Wauneta Fire Hall last weekend. Instructors from AgriSafe in Goodland, Kan., gave classroom training ...
  • Fracking battle moves to state Capitol

    The battle over fracking moves to the state Capitol this week when the House Local Government Committee takes up a bill that could punish communities that ban fracking. Rep. Jerry Sonnenberg (R-Sterling) sponsors House Bill 14-1064, which seeks to take a...
  • Health and fitness program offered Jan. 29 in Akron

    Need some help with New Year’s resolutions to lose weight and get in shape? Would some professional advice on nutrition, exercise and problem-solving the metabolism be beneficial? Circle Wednesday, Jan. 29 on the calendar for a special health and fitnes...
  • New standards cast shadow over traditional light bulbs

    Seven years after a law that raised minimum efficiency standards was signed by President George W. Bush, the final pieces of the light bulb provisions went into effect at the beginning of January. With the changes, shoppers can expect a bit of sticker-sh...
  • 18 Holyoke students selected for 50th annual honor band

    Eight HHS and 10 HJHS students were selected to participate in the 50th annual honor band in Holyoke Monday, Jan. 20. After submitting recorded auditions, 100 high school and junior high students from the area were selected. HHS students selected for ho...
  • College news

    Evan Swanson has been named to the Fall Dean’s List at Doane College in Crete, Neb. Students must achieve a minimum 3.7 GPA on a 4.0 scale to qualify for this academic distinction. Swanson is a senior at Doane College and is a 2010 graduate of HHS.Holy...
  • Jan. 27 meeting set for adult leaders in youth organizations

    For those who are adult leaders of a youth group in the community and are concerned about why local youth aren’t staying in the community to live, work and raise their families, help is needed to make Phillips County a place in which youth want to stay ...
  • ‘Feed the Philippines’ packing event coming up

    Mercy Meals of Southwest Nebraska is working with Orphan Grain Train and the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod to host a large-scale meal packing event at Zion Lutheran Church in Imperial, Neb., Friday, Feb. 21, Saturday, Feb. 22 and Sunday, Feb. 23. “The...