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  • Deyten Klein selected for Omaha National World Series in June

    HHS junior Deyten Klein recently found out he has been selected for the Omaha National World Series scheduled to be held next month in Omaha, Neb. Klein, along with three other Holyoke Dragon baseball players, were nominated for an Under Armour tryout by...
  • Three compete at regionals

    Three Holyoke High School girls’ golf team members played in the regional golf tournament Tuesday, May 8 in Broomfield. Holyoke finished in 11th place and was the only team competing with three players instead of four. The Dragons were led by Makayla ...
  • Daise enters Wrestling Hall of Fame

    It was a big day in the life of Gene Daise Saturday, May 12, when he was one of six Coloradans inducted into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame for lifetime achievement. Honored at the Colorado Chapter’s annual banquet, Daise represented Holyoke proud...
  • Summer baseball day camp to be held

    Nebraska Baseball Academy will be holding a summer day camp in Ovid Tuesday, June 12 from 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m. The camp is open to ball players ranging from 7 years old through 2013 high school graduates. The camp is designed for all baseball players and is...
  • Smith completes outdoor season

    Marissa Smith, a sophomore at Colorado State University and a sprinter for the CSU track and field team, finished her outdoor season by competing at the Mountain West Conference Championships held at Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs May 9-12. She wa...
  • School Menu

    May 21-24 Elementary Breakfast Monday, May 21: Sausage and egg muffin or biscuit with toppings and yogurt, fruit, milk, juice. Tuesday, May 22: Breakfast burrito or breakfast bar, fruit, milk, juice. Wednesday, May 23: Chef’s choice, fruit, milk, ju...
  • Several Holyoke educators are recognized by Northeast BOCES

    Several Holyoke educators were recently recognized for their outstanding efforts when it comes to working with students in the Holyoke school system. Wednesday, April 25, Northeast Colorado Boards of Cooperative Education Services (BOCES) held its 29th a...
  • Fan appreciation night at the races this Friday

    Friday night, May 18, the DIRTcar Colorado Limited Late Models will be heading back to Phillips County Raceway for the first time since it has received its new racing surface. Fan Appreciation Night at PCR will be full of fun for kids who will receive fl...
  • Three to attend Girls State

    Three Holyoke High School junior girls will participate in this year’s Girls State June 10-15 in Gunnison. Alyssa Cordova, Rachel Schneider and Erin Vieselmeyer have been chosen by Holyoke Unit #90 of the American Legion Auxiliary for the 65th session ...
  • Local third-grade reading scores exceed state average

    For the fourth straight year, Holyoke third-grade reading scores exceeded the state average. Third-grade reading scores on the 2012 TCAP (Transitional Colorado Assessment Program) were recently released. And Holyoke Elementary third-grade students exceed...
  • Donate flags to be retired on Memorial Day

    Phillips County and Holyoke residents are encouraged to donate old flags that can be retired on Memorial Day this year during a traditional flag burning ceremony scheduled to be held Monday, May 28 in the parking lot of the VFW. The VFW will gladly accep...
  • Holyoke Happenings Summer Fun 4U guide highlights local fun

    Everything from sports schedules to Vacation Bible Schools to multiple summer fun activities will be included in the Holyoke Happenings Summer Fun 4U Guides which are being distributed this week. Guides will be sent home with students in grades K-8 and a...
  • Kids' mini fishing camp planned

    A mini fishing camp for kids ages 5 and up is being planned for Friday, May 25, 4-8 p.m. at the Holyoke Lion’s Club Fishing Pond. Jack Wieland from the Division of Wildlife will be teaching fish identification, fishing ethics, casting, equipment, prope...
  • Coumadin Clinic plans celebration; will honor veterans' service May 23

    “It’s about humanizing health care.” That’s the philosophy of Family Practice of Holyoke coumadin clinic personnel Judy Weimer, FNPC, specialty clinic manager Mary Kay Knode and Weimer’s associate D’Nae Clinkenbeard, EMT. As a result, three ...
  • Club reports

    Phillips County 4-H Council The Phillips County 4-H Council met May 6 and discussed many important topics.They decided to have a teen dance at the fair this year. Each 4-H member can bring two non-members to the dance. The council will also have the Cow ...
  • Schafer receives B.A.

    Joy Schafer of Haxtun was awarded a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Ashford University Saturday, April 28 in Clinton, Iowa. Schafer was one of 1,600 graduates who traveled from throughout the United States to attend spring graduation at Ashford Un...
  • Ralston is auto mech. top student

    Joshua Ralston of Berthoud was recently named Front Range Community College’s Outstanding Automotive Mechanics Student of the Year. His award plaque was presented by Rachel Pokrandt, dean of the secondary program “College Now” at Fort Collins. Ral...
  • College news

    Mallory Bennett has been named to the Dean’s List at the University of Denver for the winter quarter 2012. Bennett was also listed as a Hornbeck Scholar for the fall quarter 2011 and winter quarter 2012. This is the highest academic honor for undergrad...
  • Green and Growing

    People have found noticeable damage to the edges of wheat fields that are adjacent to introduced grass pastures or highway bar-ditches. Black grass bug, a native rangeland insect, is responsible for this crop injury. CSU Extension entomologists Bob Hammon...
  • H&B Home Service attends team summit

    Howard and Betty Hunter of H&B Home Service of Holyoke just returned from Orlando, Fla. after attending an annual team summit meeting for DISH Network retailers. At the recent meeting, about 3,000 DISH retailers from all over the United States heard ...