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  • NJC pres to report to community Aug. 17

    For what may be the first time in the history of Northeastern Junior College, the school’s president will be giving a State of the College Address, essentially a report to the community, Monday morning, Aug. 17. The event is open to the public and incl...
  • All-Holyoke picnic attracts nice crowd in Northglenn

    Approximately 130 people with ties to Holyoke enjoyed the Saturday, Aug. 8, all-Holyoke picnic in Northglenn. Planners Rick Nierman, Vicki Fisbeck, Cheryl Siletto and Vicky Stapleton were pleased with the turnout and support. Among those attending are tho...
  • Sophia Bencomo donates 9 1/2 inches

    Sophia Bencomo chopped off 9 1/2 inches of her hair Saturday, Aug. 1, to donate to Beautiful Lengths through the American Cancer Society. The 8-year-old has been working on letting her hair grow for nearly two years because her mom, Yesenia Bencomo, told...
  • Quilt in a Day coming to Yuma Fri., Aug. 28

    West Yuma County’s Quilt Guild is excited to be able to host an evening with the charming Patricia Knoechel Friday, Aug. 28, from 7-9 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church, 110 W. 4th St. in Yuma. Knoechel is from California and travels the United States p...
  • School board set to meet Tues., Aug. 18

    Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education will meet Tuesday, Aug. 18, at 8 p.m. in the board meeting room at HJHS room No. 218. The superintendent’s report will include Destination 2016, quarterly financial report, election update and fall NWEA ...
  • Hub International acquires BW Insurance as of Aug. 3

    Hub International Limited, a leading global insurance brokerage, announced last week that it has acquired BW Insurance Agency, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Bank of the West. BWIA is a multi-line property and casualty, personal and employee benefits...
  • Pest populations see increase in sunflower head infesting insects

    The three major sunflower head infesting insects — namely sunflower head moth, banded moth and seed weevils — are currently present in sunflower fields. Pheromone trap based monitoring is showing sunflower and banded moths in all trap locations in the...
  • Brass named agronomy managing director of CHS Grainland/M&M

    Anthony Brass has been appointed as agronomy managing director for the new agronomy partnership between CHS Grainland, based out of Holyoke, and CHS M&M Cooperative, based out of Yuma. He will assume his new role Sept. 1. Announced in May, the two bu...
  • Course offered for farm, ranch women

    Nebraska Extension is excited to offer Annie’s Project in Scottsbluff, Neb., beginning in September. Annie’s Project empowers farm and ranch women to be better business partners through networks and by managing and organizing critical information. Th...
  • Thinking About Health

    Patients want drugs now — but at what risk? As new drugs and medical devices are developed, it’s understandable that the public, always in love with new technologies, wants to use them. They also want them to be safe, and most people think they are. ...
  • It's the Pitts

    Wordy I could never be a purebred breeder because I couldn’t get all the paper work done, especially naming the animals. It’s hard enough coming up with titles to my weekly columns, but to have to name 500 or 1,000 cattle every year would drive me e...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoAug. 12, 2010 Trisha Herman, formerly of Yuma, started the position of Phillips County Family Education Services executive director Aug. 2. Phillips County Fair has gone several years without the Fashion Revue, but this year it made its re...
  • Did you know?

    According to a Pew Research Center analysis of data from the United States Census Bureau, four out of ten new marriages in 2013 included at least one partner who had been married before. Half of those marriages were remarriages for both spouses. That cha...
  • Raptors enrapture audience

    HawkQuest birds of prey featured at Backyard Conservation CampBringing five different birds of prey to the Backyard Conservation Camp Wednesday, Aug. 5, HawkQuest delighted the crowd with its raptor demonstration. Melissa Tofflemoyer, pictured in top pho...
  • Raptors enrapture audience

    HawkQuest birds of prey featured at Backyard Conservation CampBringing five different birds of prey to the Backyard Conservation Camp Wednesday, Aug. 5, HawkQuest delighted the crowd with its raptor demonstration. Melissa Tofflemoyer, pictured in top pho...
  • Holyoke teaching staff is complete

    Four new teachers were officially hired for 2015-16 at the Aug. 4 meeting of Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education to complete the teaching staff list for the soon-to-start school year. Jim Trainor was hired for the ag education and FFA advise...
  • Holyoke teaching staff is complete

    Four new teachers were officially hired for 2015-16 at the Aug. 4 meeting of Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education to complete the teaching staff list for the soon-to-start school year. Jim Trainor was hired for the ag education and FFA advise...
  • Lions Club Mini Park project sees progress, hits a wall

    Plans for how to progress with the Lions Club Mini Park was a top discussion point of the Holyoke City Council meeting Tuesday, Aug. 4. City Superintendent Mark Brown described how on Aug. 3, city workers had started removing the concrete from the old pa...
  • Lions Club Mini Park project sees progress, hits a wall

    Plans for how to progress with the Lions Club Mini Park was a top discussion point of the Holyoke City Council meeting Tuesday, Aug. 4. City Superintendent Mark Brown described how on Aug. 3, city workers had started removing the concrete from the old pa...
  • City gets advice from legal counsel

    Holyoke City Council held a special meeting Monday, Aug. 10, for the purpose of receiving advice from outside legal counsel pertaining to lawsuits recently filed. After convening the meeting, Mayor Orville Tonsing made a motion to go into executive sessi...