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  • Lady Dragons upset Eagles for district win

    Holyoke girls’ basketball team is headed to the regional tournament after a big upset win over Wray last Tuesday, Feb. 22. The No. 5-seeded Dragons defeated the No. 4 Eagles 36-33 in first-round district action. “Our win at Wray was a great effort by...
  • Lady Dragons in regionals Friday

    At the final buzzer of Tuesday’s first-round district game in Wray, the Lady Dragons celebrate their 36-33 upset over the Eagles. Pictured from left are players Chandler Gerk, Maddie King, KrisAnna Ham, Patricia Adams and Mallory Bennett with coach Kate...
  • Bennett a Wendy's HS Heisman Winner

    HHS senior Mallory Bennett was recognized at the Holyoke basketball game Friday, Feb. 18 for being a Wendy’s High School Heisman Winner. HHS Athletic Director Kimberlee Bennett presented her with a certificate, a Wendy’s High School Heisman patch and ...
  • Sagehorn puts down roots in ag education

    While Elisa Sagehorn has always been involved with all things agriculture, a new interest in ag education has sprouted in this Colorado State University junior. A chance to be part of Colorado Young Farmers Educational Association and National Collegiate...
  • CRP general sign-up info meeting offered in Holyoke

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) recently announced a Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) general sign-up. Pheasants Forever will be hosting a landowner information meeting at Phillips County Event Center Monday, March 7 at 7 p.m. to help answer q...
  • FSA to help livestock producers who suffered winter losses

    Trudy Kareus, State Executive Director (SED) for the USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA), announced that permanent disaster assistance programs created in the 2008 Farm Bill allow FSA to offer relief to producers affected by adverse weather. The winter months ...
  • EPA oil spill info program March 7

    Peetz Farmers Co-op, Farmers Union chapters in Logan County, Phillips/Sedgwick counties and Washington County, Colorado Corn Growers and Colorado Wheat Growers are hosting a public information meeting to let farmers and ranchers know their obligations und...
  • Class opens eyes to the real world

    Students at HHS are preparing for life after high school graduation by venturing out in the community, rolling up their sleeves and getting to work. Kristi Ham’s careers class gives students the opportunity to try their hand at various aspects of the w...
  • Entrepreneurs could benefit from grant

    Northeastern Junior College is slated to receive a $50,000 grant from Colorado Springs–based El Pomar to benefit area entrepreneurs through an innovative business plan competition. The grant will be distributed to NJC in the coming weeks and was recomm...
  • Gardner stops for a chat in Holyoke

    Congressman Cory Gardner made a stop in Holyoke Wednesday, Feb. 23. Gardner spoke to a small crowd gathered at Phillips County Event Center. Among those attending were County Administrator Randy Schafer, pictured at left. Gardner spoke of the economy, sp...
  • Price awarded energy scholarship

    Brandon Price, a sophomore at Iowa Lakes Community College, recently received a $1,000 Alliant Energy Scholarship. The Alliant Energy Scholars program was established in 2004 by the Alliant Energy Foundation. Three $1,000 scholarships are awarded to st...
  • Senate approves Brophy's student medication bill

    Last week, Sen. Greg Brophy, R-Wray, got past one of the biggest hurdles a Senate Republican faces in the 2011 session: getting a bill out of the Democratic-controlled Senate. The Senate last week approved Brophy’s Senate Bill 11-012, which would allow...
  • Child care class to be held in Yuma

    More licensed family child care providers are needed in Northeast Colorado. Licensed child care providers allow parents to work outside the home while their children are being cared for in a safe place. Child care providers are also able to make a good in...
  • Dragons bow out to Tigers in opening round of districts

    Entering the Class 2A District 2 tournament as the No. 4 seed Tuesday, Feb. 22, the Holyoke Dragons were looking to grab a win against No. 5 Wiggins to secure a spot in the regional tournament. But, the Tigers had plans of their own. Wiggins jumped ahead...
  • JH B girls split games at home tournament

    Holyoke junior high girls’ basketball B team hosted a tournament Saturday, Feb. 26. The Dragons faced St. Anthony’s first and fell 11-20. Bianca Rodriguez led the team with six points followed by Roni Beavers four and Ana Olivas one. The home team p...
  • Board of health welcomes Vandenbark as new director

    During their Feb. 23 board of health meeting, board members were notified Carmen Vandenbark has been appointed as the Northeast Colorado Health Department’s (NCHD) new environmental health director. Vandenbark had been serving as the interim director s...
  • Online registration for SCORE camp now open

    The new SCORE website is now activated and ready for online registration, according to Project Director Marla Smith of Imperial, Neb. SCORE stands for Science Camps Offer Rewarding Experiences and is an effort of the Chase County Schools Education Founda...
  • Another Perspective

    To travel or not to travel? To travel or not to travel? That is sometimes the question. Whether to travel was no question for me as I packed up and headed east for Plattsmouth, Neb. last Thursday. Quarterly board meetings of the Nebraska Community Found...
  • Young at heart

    According to AARP, 80 percent of seniors have at least one chronic health condition, and 50 percent of seniors have at least two (including hypertension, heart disease, diabetes, arthritis, etc). Many seniors live in an unsafe environment and are suscept...
  • NJC: Back to the Future

    It was Saturday, March 22, 1941. Area educators and residents met in a public forum to discuss the feasibility of opening a local junior college. Less than six months later, on Sept. 8, 1941, 55 students enrolled in classes at the newly-established Junior...