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  • Four local teens to share the message from '11 Distracted Driving Summit

    A five-member Holyoke High School team recently returned from the National Organizations for Youth Safety’s (NOYS) 2011 National Teen Distracted Driving Summit in Washington, D.C. While there, they tackled solutions for the dangerous behavior of text...
  • Radar speed signs coming to school zone

    Traffic traveling through Holyoke’s school zone on Highway 385 will be reminded of their speed in the coming months. City Council members voted Tuesday night, Oct. 18 to go ahead and purchase one radar speed sign at a cost of roughly $5,000. Under the ...
  • Radar speed signs coming to school zone

    Traffic traveling through Holyoke’s school zone on Highway 385 will be reminded of their speed in the coming months. City Council members voted Tuesday night, Oct. 18 to go ahead and purchase one radar speed sign at a cost of roughly $5,000. Under the ...
  • Farmers moving right along with annual harvest

    Decent weather has allowed many area farmers to spend time in the field gathering the golden crop over the past few weeks. According to Steve Young of Grainland Cooperative, harvest was roughly 40 percent complete as of Tuesday morning, Oct. 25. He said ...
  • Farmers moving right along with annual harvest

    Decent weather has allowed many area farmers to spend time in the field gathering the golden crop over the past few weeks. According to Steve Young of Grainland Cooperative, harvest was roughly 40 percent complete as of Tuesday morning, Oct. 25. He said ...
  • Will Heginbotham Trust appoints Evans

    Appointed by trustees David Colver and John Schneider, Mary Louise Evans is the newest member to serve Phillips County on the three-member Heginbotham Trust. “It’s an honor to be a trustee,” said Evans, noting how important it is to wisely reinvest...
  • Will Heginbotham Trust appoints Evans

    Appointed by trustees David Colver and John Schneider, Mary Louise Evans is the newest member to serve Phillips County on the three-member Heginbotham Trust. “It’s an honor to be a trustee,” said Evans, noting how important it is to wisely reinvest...
  • Four local teens to share the message from '11 Distracted Driving Summit

    A five-member Holyoke High School team recently returned from the National Organizations for Youth Safety’s (NOYS) 2011 National Teen Distracted Driving Summit in Washington, D.C. While there, they tackled solutions for the dangerous behavior of textin...
  • Students compete in online math contest

    This fall, students at Holyoke Elementary School participated in an online math contest against other elementary schools to answer math problems on the Sumdog.com website. From Oct. 3-13 Holyoke Elementary had 285 students participate, answering 323,652 ...
  • One-ring act is crowd pleaser

    A packed crowd witnessed a great show Wednesday night, Oct. 12 at the Family Big Top Circus. The tent went up Wednesday morning and was packed full for the night show. Jordan Dresdner and his amazing balancing act was one of many that drew cheers from t...
  • Dragons to State softball for 2nd straight year

    HHS softball is state-bound for the second straight year. The Lady Dragons pulled off a phenomenal 3-2 win over Limon in district tournament action in Burlington Saturday, Oct. 15 to advance to the regional/state tourney at the Aurora Sports Complex Fr...
  • Dragons drop 2 games to Burlington to claim #2 seed in district tournament

    Regular-season softball action ended in two disappointing losses for the Dragons Wednesday, Oct. 12. HHS fell to Burlington 4-6 in eight innings and 9-13 in ball games which were postponed from Oct. 8 due to weather conditions. Burlington finished 10-0 i...
  • It takes everyone to get the job done

    Holyoke softball faced Burlington Wednesday, Oct. 12 in Holyoke to decide the No. 1 seed in the district tournament. Despite a great effort, the Lady Dragons were defeated in both games, 4-6, 9-13. Pictured above, Brooke Parker connects with a ball agains...
  • Directions to state softball offered

    Those wishing to travel to the state softball tournament Friday and Saturday, Oct. 21-22 to watch the Holyoke Dragons are given a couple of different options as offered by Google Maps. For the route using toll roads: —travel towards Denver on Intersta...
  • Yuma runs by Holyoke in the fourth quarter

    The same things that have plagued the Holyoke Dragon football team this year came back to bite them at the heels Friday night, Oct. 14. Holyoke traveled to Yuma to face the Indians­—a team they knew they could beat if they showed up and did what they ...
  • Pumpkin contest to be held during Holly Daze

    A Jack O’ Lantern competition will take place at Holly Daze Saturday, Oct. 29 at Holyoke High School in the old gym. There are two categories to enter. Children ages 7 and under can enter the category of decorating a pumpkin while children ages 8-13 ca...
  • Students learn dos and don'ts of fire prevention

    Six members of Holyoke Volunteer Fire Department (HVFD) spent Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 11 at Holyoke Elementary School teaching students about fire safety. HVFD also visited Dragon’s Wagon Preschool during National Fire Prevention Week Monday, Oct. 10 ...
  • Truth be told: myths, facts about suicide outlined

    In my last article, I introduced you to common statements made by individuals contemplating suicide. Now that you are aware of what you might hear from someone in distress, here are some tips to prepare you for asking the suicide question. —If in doubt...
  • MADD Colorado announces partnerships to combat dangers of drugged driving

    Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Colorado has partnered with the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) and Colorado State Patrol (CSP) in raising awareness of the dangers of drugged driving, as well as the local services available to victims. A...
  • Maintaining healthy weight is good for new mothers and their babies

    New mothers need to be aware that maintaining a healthy weight is important for both themselves and their babies. Colorado’s Women Infants and Children (WIC) program can help by assisting mothers in maintaining a healthy weight during and after pregnanc...