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  • Phillips Co. FSA News

    Foreign persons must report U.S. agricultural land holdings Phillips County USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) executive director Ron Koberstein reminds foreign persons with an interest in agricultural lands in the United States that they are required to rep...
  • Ag internship open in Washington D.C.

    Colorado Corn Growers Association (CCGA) and National Corn Growers Association (NCGA) are pleased to announce a public policy internship opportunity in Washington, D.C. for a college junior or senior during the spring semester 2012. The program is a grea...
  • Workshops scheduled for managing tough ag times

    Managing Tough Times workshops, where agricultural producers and spouses learn about practices their family can use to reduce financial, production and human risks, are scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 13 in Akron and Wednesday, Oct. 5 in Holyoke. The worksh...
  • Class of 2001 gathers for 10-year reunion

    Members of the HHS Class of 2001 enjoyed their 10-year reunion in Holyoke this past weekend. Class members who attended are pictured from left, front row, Anna Wall of New York City, N.Y., Sherrill Sandstrom of Denver, Sarah Jones Hoover of Denver, Sherry...
  • Scheunemann's sign receives face lift

    A crew with Andersen Sign Co. from Ogallala, Neb. spent much of the day Tuesday, Aug. 30 giving the sign at Scheunemann’s Department Store a face lift. The bright bluegreen paint brought a little life back to the sign that hangs on one of the oldest bus...
  • CO FSA announces loan availability

    President Barack Obama recently declared two Colorado counties contiguous due to losses caused by severe storms, tornadoes, straight-line wind and flooding that occurred June 19-21, 2011. Yuma and Phillips are the Colorado contiguous counties. The design...
  • Extension Corner

    Gardening and economic development The Golden Plains Area Extension received a Small Steps Award from the Colorado Creative Industries (CCI) to bring the CEO of Denver Botanic Gardens, Brian Vogt to Idalia. He gave us a lesson in economic development and...
  • The Laughing Mom: humorous tales of motherhood

    The courageous kitten About a month ago, we got a new kitten by accident. The poor little thing used to live with its litter mates at Grandma’s house, but it stowed away on someone’s car. When it arrived at our house, it went into hiding in the bushe...
  • It's the Pitts

    A change in the air “Give me a pig. He just looks you in the eye and treats you like an equal.” —Winston Churchill. If the smell and the small talk I heard in the barn at our fair this summer are any indication, there’s be...
  • Peekin' into the past

    Five Years AgoSept. 7, 2006 Paoli Co-op members failed to approve a unification plan to merge Holyoke Cooperative Association, Amherst Cooperative Elevator, Inc., Grainland Cooperative and Paoli Farmers Cooperative Elevator Company into Grainland Coopera...
  • Museum excavates prehistoric elephant: Denver Museum of Nature & Science adds Stegomastadon to collection of fossils

    Staff and volunteers from the Denver Museum of Nature & Science have completed excavation of a Stegomastodon, which was discovered by workers at a gravel pit in Phillips County. Randy Weis said the dig was conducted this summer on Darlene Weis’ lan...
  • Museum excavates prehistoric elephant: Denver Museum of Nature & Science adds Stegomastadon to collection of fossils

    Staff and volunteers from the Denver Museum of Nature & Science have completed excavation of a Stegomastodon, which was discovered by workers at a gravel pit in Phillips County. Randy Weis said the dig was conducted this summer on Darlene Weis’ lan...
  • Ten on pilgrimage to World Youth Day

    Madrid, Spain was the destination of 1.5 million people this August, as they took a very unique opportunity to deepen their faith, experience the universality of the Church and share their faith at the 2011 World Youth Day. Ten people from Holyoke and Ha...
  • Ten on pilgrimage to World Youth Day

    Madrid, Spain was the destination of 1.5 million people this August, as they took a very unique opportunity to deepen their faith, experience the universality of the Church and share their faith at the 2011 World Youth Day. Ten people from Holyoke and Ha...
  • Phillips County assessed value up $4 million

    Phillips County’s assessed value increased about $4 million from last year, reported commissioners at their Aug. 31 meeting. While the final assessed value won’t be determined until December, Phillips County Assessor Doug Kamery’s final preliminary...
  • Phillips County assessed value up $4 million

    Phillips County’s assessed value increased about $4 million from last year, reported commissioners at their Aug. 31 meeting. While the final assessed value won’t be determined until December, Phillips County Assessor Doug Kamery’s final preliminary...
  • Smart appliances give new food for thought

    Jet-propelled flying vehicles, talking alarm clocks, out-of-this-world inventions and—don’t forget—Rosie, the household robot. All these gadgets made the television cartoon The Jetsons wildly popular. And even though people don’t quite have all t...
  • Class of 1961 enjoys 50th-year reunion in Holyoke

    Members of the HHS Class of 1961 enjoyed a weekend of fun at their 50th-year class reunion this past weekend. Classmates who gathered at the Peerless Center Saturday are pictured from left, front row, Sharon Lynch Weaver of Fort Collins, Joanne Kramer Wie...
  • Walter is enjoying student teaching with kindergartners

    Having served in some capacity or another with Dragon’s Wagon Preschool for the past 21 years, Marcia Walter is continuing her education. Walter is attending Colorado Christian University through the Sterling site. She will finish her early childhood d...
  • Billings student teaches with Holyoke fifth graders

    A native of Greeley, Allie Billings wasn’t sure how she would like the smaller town atmosphere of Holyoke, but after only a week in town, she loves it. Billings, who will graduate in December from University of Northern Colorado in Greeley with a degre...