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  • Holyoke students get first hand look at injury prevention

    Freshmen at Holyoke High School spent Thursday, March 15 learning how to be safe. They also learned and witnessed what happens when people aren’t safe. The Injury Prevention Program, formerly known as PARTY (Preventing Alcohol and Risk-Related Trauma i...
  • Holyoke sluggers sweep Sedgwick County

    Spring may have come a bit early as the Holyoke High School baseball team had a spring in their step and ran right by the Sedgwick County Cougars Saturday, March 17 on the Holyoke diamond. On a near perfect March day, Holyoke downed their neighbor to the...
  • Brush Invitational good start to track season

    Holyoke High School track team kicked off its season Saturday, March 17 at the Brush Invitational. With only two and a half weeks of practice under their belt, coach Sandra Rahe was very pleased with the times and distances the athletes put up. “The ki...
  • Four make All-Conference list

    Four Holyoke High School Dragon basketball players were named to the Lower Platte Activities Association’s All-Conference lists. Seniors Laura Gerk and Reid Baumgartner earned All-Conference while junior Erin Vieselmeyer and sophomore Logan Tharp earne...
  • Gerk selected for CCGS All-State game

    HHS senior Laura Gerk has been selected to participate in the Colorado Coaches of Girls’ Sports (CCGS) All-State Basketball Games Sunday, March 25 at Arvada West High School. The 2A game will begin at 10:30 a.m. and will involve 16 2A seniors from thro...
  • Baumgartner to play in All-State game

    HHS senior Reid Baumgartner has been selected to play in the 2012 Colorado High School Coaches Association (CHSCA) All-State Games Thursday-Saturday, June 7-9 at Adams State College in Alamosa. Others on the Class 2A roster include Jason Brown of Limon, ...
  • Holyoke girls looking forward to golf season

    This time last year, the Holyoke girls’ golf team hadn’t been on the course much. Nasty conditions left little time for the team to prepare for their first tournament. That’s not the case this year. Six girls make up the 2012 squad and they have ha...
  • Tips offered for 'Grab and Go' box

    Many of us in northeast Colorado thank “our lucky stars” we don’t live near the coast with the annual threat of hurricanes, or in the mountains to face the danger of forest fires. The truth of the matter came front and center again this weekend with...
  • High winds hit area Sunday

    Beautiful spring-like weather conditions quickly turned into high windy conditions Sunday, March 18. Wind gusts that lasted most of the day littered streets and yards with small branches and sticks following an onslaught of high winds. A new building bei...
  • CFB Foundation helps Heartstrong Fire farmers and ranchers in need

    Colorado Farm Bureau Foundation has established an agricultural disaster fund to help those in need. The Foundation has activated a fund to help those in agriculture devastated by the destructive fire that swept through Yuma County March 18. Farmers and r...
  • Worley to present thesis at Hastings

    As part of their senior thesis art show, Michaela Worley from Holyoke, Dani Wright from Fort Collins and Sara Tall from San Diego, Calif. will present lectures about their art endeavors Sunday, April 1 at 1 p.m. in the Wilson Center Auditorium at Hastings...
  • Cliff Dwellers hit the stage in Wray for 'The DeLeeney Sisters'

    There might be just a little more crazy in the air this week because opening night is just around the corner for The Cliff Dweller’s world premiere production of The DeLeeney Sisters. Three shows this weekend will take place Friday and Saturday, March 3...
  • Elvis Experience Band to play in Sterling Sat.

    George Gray and the Elvis Experience Band are set to perform Saturday, March 24 from 7:30-9:30 p.m. at Frank Hunter Theater at Sterling High School. The group brings back the memories and excitement of a legendary performer who thrilled audiences and tou...
  • Lots of goods showcased at Farm & Home Show

    Numerous local businesses as well as others from far away stuffed their goods into Phillips County Event Center Saturday, March 17 for the Star 92.3 Farm & Home Show. The show had many businesses handing out information on a variety of services. Above...
  • Farmers get last chance to put school district first

    With rural schools feeling the pinch of tightening budgets, now is the time for farmers to support their school district through America’s Farmers Grow Rural Education. Sponsored by the Monsanto Fund, the program gives farmers the opportunity to nomina...
  • NRCS seeks applications for financial, technical assistance

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in Colorado recently announced funding is available to help farmers and ranchers implement conservation practices, as part of the Ogallala Aquifer, Lesser Prairie ...
  • Green and Growing

    Last Sunday’s winds had an average wind speed exceeding 25 mph, with gusting winds over 60 mph in many locations in northeast Colorado. The winds were responsible for a severe dust storm and a serious wildfire in Yuma County. Blowing soil can be an unp...
  • FSA announces disaster loans

    President Barack Obama, Aug. 15, 2011, declared 10 counties in Nebraska primary disasters and two Colorado counties contiguous disasters due to losses caused by severe storms, tornadoes, straight-line winds and flooding that occurred June 19-21, 2010. Ph...
  • March is National Nutrition Month

    For years Colorado has held the title of being the leanest state in the nation, and while that’s still true, there’s been a drastic rise in overweight and obesity across the state. In fact, obesity prevalence has more than doubled since 1995 and more ...
  • New 'Tips From Former Smokers' campaign begins

    The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has launched a national education campaign depicting the harsh reality of illness and damage real people suffer as a result of smoking and exposure to secondhand smoke. The ads show the toll smoking-rel...