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  • HHS golfers tee off season

    Holyoke High School boys’ golf team began its season Thursday, Aug. 9 when the team traveled to Brush to tee it up for the first time. The boys had a good showing in their first tournament action of the year. Gage Garnas carded a 79 to place third in t...
  • Goofy golf and BBQ set for Aug. 26 in Wray

    Cowboy boots or golf shoes, hockey stick or pool cue, everyone is invited to attend the 4th Annual Goofball Golfing for Green—a fundraiser for Rural Young Americans programs. Sunday, Aug. 26 people are encouraged to grab a partner and golf clubs and he...
  • Abts Express opens in town

    Abts Express, a retail store featuring a wide selection of over-the-counter health products and much, much more, is now open in the remodeled Pamida store at 118 S. Interocean Ave. in Holyoke. Store hours are 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday to start ...
  • Sutton opens small engine repair shop

    Jon Sutton opened his small engine repair shop Tuesday, Aug. 7 at 440 E. Denver St. Sutton said he will repair and work on motorcycles, scooters, lawn mowers, pumps and pretty much anything with a small engine. Sutton’s garage is located between Woody...
  • I'm Just Sayin'

    Go for the gold I seem to always learn a lot during the Olympics. Like how bizarre the Opening and Closing Ceremonies can be. How Bob Costas never seems to age. How ridiculously teary-eyed I get every time they play those slow-motion clips of people winn...
  • Extension Corner

    Fall gardening tips Tired of the heat and drought? Me too. Hopefully, fall is around the corner. Here are some cultural tips to help you care for your landscape. —Deep root water your trees and shrubs before the ground freezes. —Give your flower be...
  • Citizen urges local shopping

    Dear Editor, A number of years ago, I had the opportunity to visit with a gentleman from the Colorado Internal Revenue Service. In the course of our conversation, he mentioned that he had been traveling to all corners of the state for the past 25 years. ...
  • Peekin' into the past

    Five Years AgoAug. 16, 2007 After a number of complaints, the City Council has decided to remove the right-turn only signs at both corners of the Emerson Street and Interocean Avenue intersection that were installed in December 2006. The first annual Pa...
  • Around Town

    Host families needed for Young Americans visit Holyoke is fortunate to be hosting a Young Americans team Sept. 30-Oct. 2, and host families are needed to house 47 college-age students. Local students in grades 4-12 will be participating in three days of...
  • Construction progresses for school-start deadline

    Construction progress in Holyoke School District Re-1J has moved steadily in the 81-day window from May 28-Aug. 18. Supt. Bret Miles reported at the Aug. 7 School Board meeting, noting most of the project will be complete this week. While there have been...
  • Construction progresses for school-start deadline

    Construction progress in Holyoke School District Re-1J has moved steadily in the 81-day window from May 28-Aug. 18. Supt. Bret Miles reported at the Aug. 7 School Board meeting, noting most of the project will be complete this week. While there have been...
  • EAGLE-Net reps address City Council

    Holyoke City Council listened to representatives from EAGLE-Net during their Tuesday, Aug. 7 regular meeting. Dale Briggs, vice president of operations for EAGLE-Net, spoke on behalf of the company, which is looking to get permission to build their fiber...
  • EAGLE-Net reps address City Council

    Holyoke City Council listened to representatives from EAGLE-Net during their Tuesday, Aug. 7 regular meeting. Dale Briggs, vice president of operations for EAGLE-Net, spoke on behalf of the company, which is looking to get permission to build their fiber...
  • Boerners thankful for community support

    It’s been three years since Lindsay (Bieber) Boerner found out she had a cancerous brain tumor, and this Phillips County family is thankful to be living life one day at a time. “You think about it every day,” said Lindsay. “It’s just good to p...
  • Boerners thankful for community support

    It’s been three years since Lindsay (Bieber) Boerner found out she had a cancerous brain tumor, and this Phillips County family is thankful to be living life one day at a time. “You think about it every day,” said Lindsay. “It’s just good to p...
  • Phillips County Players take the stage with ‘Mousetrap’

    Suspense is building as Phillips County Players prepare to hit the stage this weekend with a good old-fashioned murder mystery called “Mousetrap.” Co-directed by Eric Conklin and Penny Dockins, the play is set for Friday, Aug. 10 at 8 p.m., Saturday,...
  • I'm Just Cookin'

    Summer creations so good you’ll beg for s’more! Chocolate. Marshmallows. Graham crackers. Yes, my friends, that is the sweet taste of summer. Summer wouldn’t be summer without the smell of a campfire and the ooey gooey stickiness of a s’more in ...
  • High temps mean high utility bills during hot, dry summer

    If City of Holyoke residents were surprised by their utility bill for the month of July, they were certainly not alone. Many people have grumbled about their utility costs, but it should have been expected due to the hot, dry weather Holyoke has been exp...
  • Workshop offered to look into health and wealth

    Small Steps to Health and Wealth Colorado is a new program offered by Colorado State University Extension and sponsored by Haxtun Hospital District that addresses how financial problems can affect health and how poor health can affect finances. The three...
  • Quilters invited to ‘Tales of First Ladies’ presentation

    On Friday, Aug. 24, High Plains Heritage Quilters are sponsoring a special presentation by Pat Knoechel, who will demonstrate Quilt-In-A-Day’s newest book, “Tales of the First Ladies,” at Immanuel Lutheran Church, 200 N. Colorado in Haxtun, from 6-8...