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  • Deficit on hte minds of Republicans

    With very few races this election year, Republicans gathered at Phillips County Event Center Sunday, Feb. 19 to enjoy some time with friends and fellow party members. One of the key words to be heard during the event was deficit. Three legislators attend...
  • Lock announces candidacy intent

    Don Lock of Haxtun has filed his intent to seek nomination as a candidate for a four-year term for Phillips County Commissioner District 3. Lock’s announcement was made Sunday, Feb. 19 at the Lincoln Day Luncheon. Bud Biesemeier has announced he will no...
  • Stern announces candidacy intent

    Harlan Stern of Holyoke has filed his intent to seek nomination as a candidate for a four-year term for Phillips County Commissioner District 2. The announcement was made at the annual Lincoln Day Luncheon Sunday, Feb. 19. Current commissioner Jerry Beave...
  • Free dental services coming to area schools

    February is National Children’s Dental Health Month, and a great time to remind parents that free dental services are coming to area schools in late February. The Northeast Colorado Health Department has partnered with the Centennial Area Health Educat...
  • A birthday so special it only comes every four years

    “It’s kind of fun,” said Logan Tharp, referring to the anticipation of his upcoming birthday. This HHS sophomore will be celebrating his fourth birthday next week. Please don’t jump to conclusions. This 10th-grader is actually on the brink of tur...
  • Re-1J board to meet next Monday, Feb. 27

    Due to schedule conflicts Feb. 21, the regular meeting of Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education has been moved to Monday, Feb. 27 at 7 p.m. in HJHS Room #218. Discussion in the superintendent’s report will include construction project update...
  • College news

    Marissa LeeAnn Smith, Colorado State University student from Holyoke, accepted membership in Golden Key International Honour Society and was honored during a recent induction ceremony at CSU. “It is only fitting that a top academic achiever like Mariss...
  • RRWCD announces pipeline tour March 9

    Construction of the Republican River Water Conservation District Compact Compliance Pipeline continues to move forward even during the wintery conditions. Work on the 12-mile pipeline began in early September 2011. To date, the project is approximately 65...
  • Cover crop program sees good turnout

    Over 130 producers and ag enthusiasts packed themselves into the Biesemeier room at Phillips County Event Center Thursday, Feb. 16 for a day of cover crop talk. Those attending came from Colorado, Nebraska and Kansas. The No-till and Cover Crop meeting ...
  • Heartbeat support group meets in Sterling monthly

    Every community experiences deaths by suicide. When a loved one dies unexpectedly by suicide, families and friends suffer a magnitude of isolated, complicated grief. Because the grief that follows suicide is different from grief resulting from other caus...
  • Extension Corner

    Spice up your life with herbs Now is the time to sit back with all your catalogs and choose plants that add flavor to your cooking—herbs. If you do not want a separate herb garden, then plant the herbs of your choice in areas where you have empty spac...
  • The Laughing Mom: humorous tales of motherhood

    When Alina turned 6 months old, I wrote her this letter Dear Alina, Everyone who sees you says, “Look how big she’s grown!” Of course, that’s just something people say when they see babies, but most of them really mean it when they see you. The...
  • Extension Corner

    I had a chance at the 4-H Western Regional Leader’s Forum to try my hand at leathercraft. It is really, really hard, so kudos to all 4-H members who create those impressive leather projects. Anyone who has leather boots, belts, handbags or saddles know...
  • Peekin' into the past

    Five Years AgoFeb. 22, 2007 R.T. and Linda Lindley of Holy “OK” Ranch team up with Deb Dusenbury of Speer Cushion Company to create The ORIGINAL Hydrotherapy Leg Tube™, which provides hydrotherapy for four-legged animals with wounds or aches and pa...
  • Edmonds is 3x state champ

    HHS senior Mark Edmonds made it three straight years when he climbed to the top of the winners’ stand at the 2A Colorado State Wrestling Championships Saturday night at the Pepsi Center in Denver. Edmonds emphasizes his three-time accomplishment after ...
  • Edmonds is 3x state champ

    HHS senior Mark Edmonds made it three straight years when he climbed to the top of the winners’ stand at the 2A Colorado State Wrestling Championships Saturday night at the Pepsi Center in Denver. Edmonds emphasizes his three-time accomplishment after ...
  • Edmonds is 3x state champ

    HHS senior Mark Edmonds made it three straight years when he climbed to the top of the winners’ stand at the 2A Colorado State Wrestling Championships Saturday night at the Pepsi Center in Denver. Edmonds emphasizes his three-time accomplishment after ...
  • Grow Our Own Physician moves forward with plans

    The task force associated with the Grow Our Own Physician program has decided to move forward with progress in recruiting a physician to the Holyoke area by creating a video of Holyoke and Melissa Memorial Hospital. In the beginning, the task force laid ...
  • Grow Our Own Physician moves forward with plans

    The task force associated with the Grow Our Own Physician program has decided to move forward with progress in recruiting a physician to the Holyoke area by creating a video of Holyoke and Melissa Memorial Hospital. In the beginning, the task force laid ...
  • Radar signs installed in school zone on Interocean

    Most drivers in Holyoke are aware of the flashing yellow lights in the school zone along South Interocean Avenue/Highway 385. These lights operate in the morning and afternoon when children are going to and from a day of learning, notifying drivers to slo...