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  • Takin' out the trash

    Holyoke city crews spent Wednesday-Thursday, May 2-3 cleaning up items in alleys and streets during the annual citywide cleanup. Above, B.J. Johnston and Schad Mayden load their trucks and below, Rich Wittman helps hold items in the bucket of a loader. â...
  • A Healthier Way deemed success

    Colorado State University Extension agent Tracy Trumper was pleased with the participation during this year’s A Healthier Weigh Challenge. Overall, 44,315,905 steps were recorded which equals 22,157.95 miles. Twelve teams and three individuals partici...
  • Dragon's Wagon Preschoolers ride 'em, rope 'em, round 'em up

    Cowboys and cowgirls donned masks and smiles as Dragon’s Wagon Preschoolers entertained in their annual program in the HHS auditorium Friday, May 4. “Ride ’em, Rope ’em, Round ’em up” was this year’s program theme, and it was a yee-haw good...
  • Loutensock wins essay contest

    An essay written by Jeremy Loutensock, a student at Holyoke High School, was selected the top winner of the 2012 Nell Propst Northeast Colorado Local History Essay Contest. The winners were announced Monday, April 30 on the campus of Northeastern Junior ...
  • Racers try out new track surface

    Friday night, May 4 served as the opening night at Phillips County Raceway. Cars from the area headed to Holyoke to try out the new track surface, while spectators enjoyed an added piece with the beer garden. Aside from the first race jitters, the evenin...
  • Dragons to compete at league track this Saturday

    Holyoke tracksters are rounding out their spring with the last stretch of the 2012 season track meets. They competed at the Yuma/Washington County meet in Yuma last Tuesday, May 1. The following Friday they traveled to Longmont for the St. Vrain Invitati...
  • Dragons fall to Cougars, end season at 15-5

    The stage was set. Holyoke was on its home diamond, they earned a first-round bye and were facing a team they had beaten twice earlier in the season. The team’s main focus was to win the first game which would advance them to the District final and secu...
  • Baumgartner signs to play ball at Doane

    HHS senior Reid Baumgartner, pictured in middle of front row, signed a letter of intent Tuesday, May 8 to play basketball at Doane College in Crete, Neb. He plans to major in wildlife biology. Baumgartner is pictured in front with parents John and Jill Ba...
  • 8th grade boys win LPAA

    Holyoke junior high eighth-grade boys racked up 110 points to win the LPAA junior high track meet in Sterling Thursday, May 3. The boys locked up golds in six of the 15 events to help boost them to the top. Marques Harvey earned gold in the long lump, C...
  • Gateway to Greatness recognizes FBLA achievement at HHS

    Encouraged to follow their “Gateway to Greatness,” Holyoke High School Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) members were recognized for their success at the May 3 year-end award program. Members gathered on the auditorium staged as introduced by...
  • JH/HS students recognized for achievements throughout year

    Students in Holyoke Junior High and High School were recognized Monday, May 7 for their hard work and dedication in the classroom. National Honor Society members hosted and conducted the ceremony in the auditorium at HHS. Citizenship awards were earned b...
  • Penny Harvest donates to local playground project

    The goal was $2,000 but the pennies kept coming in and when all was said and done, $3,300 was raised. This year, the HHS Student Council decided to participate in Penny Harvest. All students, kindergarten through the senior class participated in eight we...
  • Letter carriers' food drive May 12

    On the second Saturday in May—May 12—letter carriers in more than 10,000 cities and towns across America will deliver much more than mail when they walk and drive along their postal routes. They will also collect the goodness and compassion of their ...
  • School Menu

    May 14-18Elementary Breakfast Monday, May 14: Ham and cheese bagel or bagel with toppings and yogurt, fruit, milk, juice. Tuesday, May 15: Breakfast burrito or breakfast bar, fruit, milk, juice. Wednesday, May 16: Pancakes or fruit muffin with yogurt, ...
  • Diesel repair business has permanent home

    Glen McCallum said two years ago when he first started offering on-site diesel repair, that some day he would want to have his own shop. That dream recently became a reality when he opened the doors of a newly constructed building one and a half miles nor...
  • Pamida, Shopko merge: Charge accounts no longer

    Beginning June 3, customers of Pamida stores will no longer receive monthly invoices. The change comes as Pamida stores nationwide prepare to undergo conversion to the Shopko Hometown store format. The Omaha, Neb.-based Pamida announced earlier this yea...
  • FSA announces deadlines

    Most of the producers in Phillips County have already signed up in the DCP/Acre program. For those who haven’t, and are still wanting to do so, contact the county office immediately. The deadline to sign up is June 1, and due to other workload in the of...
  • FSA announces loan availability

    Aug. 26, 2011, Governor John Hickenlooper requested a disaster designation for Yuma County due to losses caused by high winds, hail and a tornado that occurred June 14-19, 2011. Phillips County is listed as a contiguous county along with Kit Carson and W...
  • Business Briefs

    Lana Armstrong has joined the staff at Headquarters in Holyoke and is now taking appointments three days a week. XXXXX Becky Oliver of Holyoke has been selected as FUSA Insurance Agency’s Rookie of the Year for 2011. She was recognized for her success...
  • Junque Gypsies offer different take on the term market

    The Junque Gypsies is their name and repurposing is their game. Erin LeBlanc, Barb Kreider, Lucy Kropp and Rhonda Menard are the four minds behind the madness. They have fallen in love with vintage products and enjoy creating unique pieces they can then ...