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  • Hudiburgh earns master's degree

    Lynette Hudiburgh earned a Master of Science degree in applied statistics and research methods from the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley Dec. 10, attaining a 4.0 GPA in her master’s program. Hudiburgh has been teaching math at Holyoke High Sc...
  • Moss is Art Institute graduate

    Douglas David Moss graduated cum laude with an Associate Degree of Applied Science in baking and pastry from the Art Institute of Colorado Dec. 17. He is working as a baker for Watercourse Bakery (which specializes in vegetarian and vegan cuisine) in dow...
  • College news

    Northeastern Junior College in Sterling recently released its honor roll list for the 2010 fall semester. Those earning a 4.0 grade point average and making the President’s List include Madeleine Starkebaum and Amanda Ferguson. On the Vice President...
  • Temperatures on the wrong side of zero to kick off Feb.

    Negative numbers were seen throughout downtown Holyoke Tuesday, Feb. 1. Temperatures were still well below zero midmorning Tuesday. Schools in Holyoke decided to keep kids warm at home and canceled classes. The low temperature Monday night reached minus 1...
  • Temperatures on the wrong side of zero to kick off Feb.

    Negative numbers were seen throughout downtown Holyoke Tuesday, Feb. 1. Temperatures were still well below zero midmorning Tuesday. Schools in Holyoke decided to keep kids warm at home and canceled classes. The low temperature Monday night reached minus 1...
  • Leon Atkins looks back on 40-year biz

    “There’s been good years and hard years, but overall the business has been good to me,” said Leon Atkins, former owner of Leon Atkins Motors. Retirement feels good, according to Atkins, after being in the tractor business for 40 years. Growing his ...
  • Leon Atkins looks back on 40-year biz

    “There’s been good years and hard years, but overall the business has been good to me,” said Leon Atkins, former owner of Leon Atkins Motors. Retirement feels good, according to Atkins, after being in the tractor business for 40 years. Growing his ...
  • Watkins takes over as new science teacher

    After graduating from Mesa State College in Grand Junction in December, it didn’t take long for Jessica Watkins to tap into the job market. Watkins began at HHS Monday, Jan. 24 and spent a week with Tracy Trumper who announced her resignation in Januar...
  • Watkins takes over as new science teacher

    After graduating from Mesa State College in Grand Junction in December, it didn’t take long for Jessica Watkins to tap into the job market. Watkins began at HHS Monday, Jan. 24 and spent a week with Tracy Trumper who announced her resignation in Januar...
  • Holyoke to receive Liberty Tree; August dedication set

    Holyoke will soon be the proud new owner of an American Elm (Liberty Tree), courtesy of the Elm Research Institute. After reading about it in a Professional Grounds Management Society article, CSU Extension horticulturist Linda Langelo thought the additi...
  • Holyoke to receive Liberty Tree; August dedication set

    Holyoke will soon be the proud new owner of an American Elm (Liberty Tree), courtesy of the Elm Research Institute. After reading about it in a Professional Grounds Management Society article, CSU Extension horticulturist Linda Langelo thought the additi...
  • Kinnie on board

    Newly elected Joe Kinnie jumped on board this month in his new role as Phillips County Commissioner. Bud Biesemeier is now chairman of the board while Jerry Beavers and Kinnie will act as co-chairmen, they reported at their Jan. 31 meeting. While the co...
  • Kinnie on board

    Newly elected Joe Kinnie jumped on board this month in his new role as Phillips County Commissioner. Bud Biesemeier is now chairman of the board while Jerry Beavers and Kinnie will act as co-chairmen, they reported at their Jan. 31 meeting. While the co...
  • A Caring Pregnancy Resource Center banquet focuses on fathers

    “If we saved one baby a year, it’s worth having our center,” said Jan Loesch, executive director of A Caring Pregnancy Resource Center. Over 350 people showed their support of this philosophy and the work of the center at its annual fundraising ban...
  • Weather causes minor accident

    Although very little snow fell Wednesday, Jan. 19, roads were still slick and made travel a little more tricky than usual. Wednesday afternoon a semi truck belonging to Ralco Nutrition Inc. rear ended another truck loaded with hogs at the stoplight in Hol...
  • School strategic plan taking shape

    Valuable time was spent on Holyoke School District’s mission, vision, values and goals when the board met for a retreat Saturday, Jan. 8. Reviewing retreat progress at their Jan. 20 meeting, board members discussed a five-year strategic plan that was t...
  • Scholarship formed for Holyoke, Haxtun grads

    Trustees of the Leland Trust have announced the formation of Don Fix Memorial Scholarship for graduates of Holyoke and Haxtun high schools. The scholarship, which will provide ongoing funding of educational activities of local youth, has been established...
  • Two Dragons are champs at Lexington Invitational

    Mark Edmonds, at 125 lbs., and Broc Pelle at 171 both claimed champion honors at the Jan. 22 John Higgins Invitational Wrestling Tournament in Lexington, Neb. All three Dragon A-team wrestlers made it to the finals Saturday. Skyler Dittmer met a top-rank...
  • Girls score two wins

    “It was good to win two in a row,” reported HHS girls’ basketball coach Arlan Scholl after two Lady Dragon victories over Yuma and Wiggins last week. “It felt extra special,” he said, “because these were district tournament seeding games.” ...
  • Lady Dragons go pink this Sat.

    Most people are probably not aware that breast cancer is the most common invasive cancer among women in the United States, accounting for nearly one out of every three cancers diagnosed. This Saturday, HHS Lady Dragon basketball team is reaching beyond t...