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  • Prairie chicken tour season opens in nearby Yuma Co.

    The 2011 Greater Prairie Chicken Tours began last weekend in Wray. Seventeen years ago, the tours began when a local Colorado Division of Wildlife officer wanted to help get this unique bird off the endangered species list. Over the last 17 years, people...
  • NJC receives El Pomar grant for training

    The Small Business Training program at Northeastern Junior College (NJC) has been revived, and in a large way. Large in the way of a $50,000 injection of grant funds from the El Pomar Foundation, and NJC is happy to be passing those funds along to area bu...
  • PC Telcom meeting is April 7

    PC Telcom will hold its annual meeting Thursday, April 7 in the Holyoke High School auditorium. A complimentary meal will be served in the HHS old gym, beginning at 5:30 p.m with the program following at 6:45 p.m. in the auditorium. PC Telcom’s member...
  • Community leaders meet

    With no issue more important to Colorado’s future than economic growth, the state’s Workforce Development Council met in Denver on March 17-18 to discuss the challenges ahead and the progress being made in building a highly skilled and adaptable workf...
  • Pesticide workshop April 7

    Cope Conservation District and Mountain West PEST (Pesticide Education and Safety Training) are offering a Pesticide Applicator continuing education credit workshop in Arickaree Thursday, April 7 from 10 a.m.-2:30 p.m. The training will provide the requi...
  • Turkey seminar April 4

    Turkey hunting is just around the corner, and the Colorado Division of Wildlife is hosting a free turkey hunting seminar next week. It will be held at the Peerless Theatre in Holyoke Monday night, April 4 from 6-7 p.m. Those attending will learn more ab...
  • FSA News

    There is still Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) general sign-up 41 going on that started March 14 and continues through April 15. This sign-up is similar to other general sign-ups, as the producers will offer their land for CRP, and after sign-up the o...
  • Click It or Ticket enforcement to be held in Phillips County

    In an effort to increase seat belt use and save lives on rural Colorado roadways, the Colorado State Patrol and 36 rural law enforcement agencies in 50 counties are mobilizing for a Click It or Ticket seat belt enforcement period, March 31 through April 6...
  • Centennial Mental Health to offer scholarship program

    In an effort to raise awareness of career opportunities in the mental health field, Centennial Mental Health Center is pleased to offer its fourth annual Future Mental Health Professional Scholarship Program. The program consists of $1,000-2,000 per year ...
  • Another Perspective

    Playtime fun turns into chores, responsibilities Isn’t the concept of toys created for children’s playtime interesting? Look at the kitchen set, the ironing board with iron and the washer and dryer for instance. Obviously “play” time is intended ...
  • It's the Pitts

    Rank I read in a recent article that the number one trait that ranchers consider first in culling their herds, even more important than fertility, is disposition. In other words, ranchers don’t care if a cow is open, just as long as she’s a GENTLE ba...
  • Bill restoring tax exemption on some ag sales passes

    House Bill 11-1005, which would restore the tax exemption on sales of agricultural products, pesticides and bull semen, passed the House Appropriations Committee Friday, March 18 and is now awaiting action from the full House. The bill prompted a brief a...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoMarch 30, 2006 Clyde Duester and Harlan Gohl were recently recognized for their achievements in a John Deere University training program. Duester achieved master level recognition and Gohl earned advanced level honors as service techs for V...
  • Big flakes welcome students to school

    Big white and heavy snowflakes welcomed students to school Tuesday morning, March 29. Although temperatures weren’t too cold, the snow stuck, making streets and sidewalks wet and slippery. These two students were all bundled up as they bounded over pudd...
  • Big flakes welcome students to school

    Big white and heavy snowflakes welcomed students to school Tuesday morning, March 29. Although temperatures weren’t too cold, the snow stuck, making streets and sidewalks wet and slippery. These two students were all bundled up as they bounded over pudd...
  • Hospital donates AED to SunSet View community

    A new Automated External Defibrillator (AED) will be donated to the SunSet View Community Room on behalf of East Phillips County Hospital District (EPCHD). EPCHD board members voted to provide the AED to SunSet View at their Tuesday, March 22 meeting. Th...
  • Hospital donates AED to SunSet View community

    A new Automated External Defibrillator (AED) will be donated to the SunSet View Community Room on behalf of East Phillips County Hospital District (EPCHD). EPCHD board members voted to provide the AED to SunSet View at their Tuesday, March 22 meeting. Th...
  • 4-H students linked to massive Japanese earthquake, tsunami

    The giant magnitude 8.9 earthquake that shook Japan and eventually triggered a tsunami has been in the news since the first rumble was felt Friday, March 11. Many organizations and individuals throughout the world are donating in any way they can think o...
  • 4-H students linked to massive Japanese earthquake, tsunami

    The giant magnitude 8.9 earthquake that shook Japan and eventually triggered a tsunami has been in the news since the first rumble was felt Friday, March 11. Many organizations and individuals throughout the world are donating in any way they can think o...
  • Consortium to identify needs of employers and students

    Employers and educators in Phillips County hope to work together to identify the needs of the county and exactly who might be able to fill those holes. Area employers, education administrators and economic development members met Tuesday morning, March 2...