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  • Dragon tracksters bring home eight gold medals

    Holyoke tracksters had great presence at last week’s track meets, bringing home some hardware from Chase County, Neb. on Tuesday, April 17 and from Wray Thursday, April 19. “The kids did great!” said coach Sandra Rahe. “All coaches were very prou...
  • Holyoke drills Caliche to improve to 14-3 on season

    Two shutout victories Saturday, April 21 improved Holyoke’s baseball team season record to 14-3. The Dragons played host to Caliche and made quick work of the Buffaloes, 5-0 and 10-0. “Those were two nice shutout wins,” coach Kyle Bules said. “O...
  • Baseball doubleheader moved to Thursday

    With the threat of poor weather in the forecast Saturday, April 28, the athletic directors in Holyoke and Wray have decided to bump Saturday’s doubleheader up to Thursday, April 26. With the district tournament just around the corner and the two games ...
  • Numerous changes made to raceway

    Races to be held on Fridays with new surface and beer gardenRaceway enthusiasts will experience a little something different this year when they head out to Phillips County Raceway in Holyoke. Perhaps the biggest change will be racing action taking place...
  • Playground receives final touch

    The new playground at Homesteaders Park received one of the final touches recently when the rubber surface was installed under the playground equipment. Phillips County Administration office said the playground has a few minor things to be finished, but i...
  • 2012 HHS Prom candidates chosen

    Six Holyoke High School juniors have been chosen as Prom Queen and King candidates. Candidates are pictured front row, from left, Jesus Hermosillo, Logan Zeiler and Jaydin Goldenstein; and back row, Molly Brandt, Alyssa Cordova and Lindsay Helgoth. This y...
  • Rodeo queen clinic planned for May 19-20 in Sterling

    Logan County is hosting the 2nd Annual Northeast Colorado Queen’s Clinic for girls ages 5-21 Saturday and Sunday, May 19 and 20 in Sterling. Saturday’s session from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. will be held in the 4-H Extension office meeting room. Sunday’s focus...
  • Gov. Hickenlooper signs bill to improve lives of abused animals

    Thursday, April 12, Gov. John Hickenlooper signed into law House Bill 1125. This new bill, supported by the Colorado Federation of Animal Welfare Agencies and Dumb Friends League, is a historic milestone for Colorado’s abused animals. It will minimize ...
  • Jacoby returns home for local Hospice care

    Dale Jacoby, who was critically injured in a March 27 vehicle accident a mile east and two miles south of Holyoke, returned to his Holyoke home Monday, April 23. Jacoby spent eight days in intensive care at North Colorado Medical Center in Greeley and th...
  • Jennifer Struckmeyer remains at burn unit

    Jennifer Struckmeyer is in her sixth week in the North Colorado Medical Center Burn Unit in Greeley as a result of injuries in the March 18 Heartstrong Fire in Yuma County. Earlier this month, she was making steady progress, but her husband Del reported ...
  • Kids present laugh-out-loud comedy

    No one could take life too seriously Thursday night as knock knock knee-slappers, silly songs and whacky words kept audience members rolling in the aisles at the “Lighten Up” music program. Holyoke first- and third-graders as well as director Marcia ...
  • Art show set in Wray

    Wray Art Guild announces its 44th annual Art Exhibit and Sale is to be held at Wray Rehabilitation and Activities Center, 700 Main St. in Wray Thursday-Sunday, May 3-6. The public is invited to attend the exhibit. Viewing hours are from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Sat...
  • It's time to monitor pest problems in the field

    According to CSU plant pathologist, reports of stripe rust are coming in from the southwestern and west central parts of Kansas. The cool and wet weather over the past few weeks may have increased the infection of rust spores. Scouting fields along the Ka...
  • USDA offers farm loans for disadvantaged groups

    Farm Service Agency state executive director Trudy Kareus reminds producers FSA offers specially-targeted farm ownership and farm operating loans to socially disadvantaged (SDA) applicants. “FSA targets a portion of its loan funds each year to socially...
  • Redman signs with McCook Community College

    HHS senior Whitni Redman, pictured in front, center, signed a letter of intent Friday, April 20 to play volleyball at McCook Community College in McCook, Neb. She was joined by her parents Misti and Jason Redman and back row, HHS volleyball coach Scott Di...
  • Be ready for severe weather

    As the nation marks the first anniversary of one of the largest tornado outbreaks in U.S. history, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the Federal Emergency Management Agency are teaming up to prepare the public and help save lives dur...
  • Holyoke school reports finance, construction, policy and more

    Finances, policy and construction were among the topics reported at the April 17 meeting of Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education. With the School Finance Act finally under way in the legislature, Supt. Bret Miles said the district is beginnin...
  • BOCES receives physical education grant

    Physical education teachers from 12 Northeast Colorado BOCES consortium districts gathered Monday, April 16 in Haxtun for training. Pictured from left, front row, Levi Kramer, Wray; Angela DePue, Wray; Tara Hettinger, Buffalo; Cutter Garrison, Holyoke; Jo...
  • Re-1J board meeting set for May 1

    Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education will meet Tuesday, May 1 at 7 p.m. in HJHS Room #218. Included in the superintendent’s report will be school climate survey results, DAAC’s recommendation on finals/finals exemption and presentation of...