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  • Tracksters compete in Yuma, Burlington

    Beautiful weather again greeted Holyoke tracksters at their Tuesday, March 27 meet in Yuma and their Saturday, March 31 meet in Burlington. The kids are showing a lot of improvement, said coach Sandra Rahe, and several kids are getting personal records e...
  • Daise to receive Lifetime Service to Wrestling award from Hall of Fame

    “It means a lot to me,” Gene Daise said when asked about being named a recipient of the Lifetime Service to Wrestling award from the National Wrestling Hall of Fame. Daise, a longtime Holyoke teacher and wrestling coach, will travel to Colorado Sprin...
  • Marissa Smith is running well for CSU

    After finishing up her indoor track season, CSU sophomore Marissa Smith began her outdoor track and field season Saturday, March 17 at the University of Colorado in Boulder. She finished third overall in the 400 meter dash with a time of 0:58.62. The CSU...
  • Dragons sweep Merino in 2

    Holyoke Dragon baseball team kept its unblemished season alive Saturday, March 31 with two quick and convincing wins over the Merino Rams, 16-0 and 22-1. Both games ended by run rule which made for a quick day at the diamond. The 16-0 shutout was Holyoke...
  • Holyoke Dragons improve to 10-0 with wins in Akron

    Holyoke Dragon baseball team traveled to Akron Monday, April 2 for a doubleheader with the Rams. The game was moved from Tuesday due to anticipated cold and rainy weather. Holyoke headed into Akron riding an eight-game winning streak and undefeated recor...
  • Holyoke golfers keeping busy

    Holyoke High School girls’ golf team has been busy over the last week traveling to area tournaments getting some good experience. Monday, March 26, the team traveled to Brush. Friday, March 30 they traveled to Burlington. They turned right around Satur...
  • Laura Gerk signs with NJC to play softball next year

    HHS senior Laura Gerk has signed a letter of intent to play softball for the Northeastern Junior College Plainswomen next year. Gerk is pictured in center front with her parents, Hollie and Casey Gerk. In back, from left, are HHS softball coach Ashley Cla...
  • PC Telcom annual meeting is April 12

    PC Telcom will hold its annual meeting Thursday, April 12 in the Holyoke High School auditorium. A complimentary meal will be served in the HHS old gym beginning at 5:30 p.m., with the program following at 6:45 p.m. in the auditorium. PC Telcom’s memb...
  • FSA notes CRP sign-up deadline

    Farm Service Agency state executive director Trudy Kareus, Monday, April 2 reminded landowners, farmers and ranchers in Colorado the opportunity to enroll in the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) general sign-up 43 ends on Friday, April 6. Producers who...
  • HHS alum participates in case study business competition at UW

    Eight University of Wyoming MBA Program students are participating in a case study competition that requires innovative thinking centered on corporate profitability and environmental, social and ethical issues. Josi (Kramer) Wambach, a 2007 HHS graduate,...
  • RRWCD meeting to be held in Yuma

    The board of directors of the Republican River Water Conservation District will be holding its regular quarterly meeting in Yuma Thursday, April 12 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at Quintech LLC. Items on the agenda include an update on the Compact Compliance Pipel...
  • Irrigation workshop to be held April 7

    An irrigation workshop will be held Saturday, April 7 at Ballyneal Golf Course beginning at 10 a.m. Participants will get to learn about designing a home irrigation system and have the opportunity to ask about home irrigation problems. Additionally, part...
  • USDA announces loan opportunity

    Colorado State USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) state executive director Trudy Kareus announced Monday, April 2 that equine operations that breed, raise and sell certain types of horses are now eligible for loan assistance under FSA’s emergency loan progr...
  • Service sale successful

    HHS Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) and FFA held their annual service sale and rocky mountain oyster fry Tuesday, March 27. Income from the sale came in at $5,850. FFA members sold for a total of $3,055 while FCCLA raked in $2,795....
  • Where is the human touch?

    Dear Editor, In my professional and personal life, computers and cell phones play a huge part, but nothing is as important as the human touch, human contact. I make every effort to be at the same level, whether the person I am speaking with is sitting d...
  • Another Perspective

    Senior living visits provide special memories What started out as taking a relative a newspaper after it was rather fresh off the press has turned into my weekly delivery route at Imperial, Neb. Heights, Parkview and Manor. I leave most of the 27 newspa...
  • Extension Corner

    Experience the world through 4-H 4-H members have endless opportunities as they grow up in the 4-H program. For those members who dream of traveling to foreign destinations, or simply experiencing different cultures, 4-H offers numerous international ex...
  • It's the Pitts

    Trading time I am an irregular American—only sort of human—a black sheep, you could say. My detractors would lump me in with the loafers, deadbeats, drunks, gamblers, hoboes and tramps. Yes, it’s true, I have to admit that I have always belonged to...
  • Peekin' into the past

    Five Years AgoApril 5, 2007 Jan Walter puts in her last hours at Family Practice of Holyoke March 30 as she retires after nearly 26 years of working at the clinic. An organizational meeting will be held April 15 for a Parent Teacher Association for Holy...
  • Tonsing is mayor; Scott, Churchwell, Murray elected

    34% voter turnout473 ballots cast in the April 3 election in the City of Holyoke for mayor and three four-year terms on the City CouncilOrville Tonsing    389     Kevin Scott    404    ...