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  • Conservation camp planned June 1, 2

    Reptiles and Amphibians and Riparian areas is the theme of the fifth annual backyard conservation camp scheduled Wednesday and Thursday, June 1-2 in Julesburg. Haxtun and Sedgwick County conservation districts are once again sponsoring the camp for day c...
  • Renquist ends 20-year career

    Susan Renquist will end a 20-year teaching career Friday when students walk out the front door of the elementary school in Holyoke. Renquist, who lives in Julesburg, said she has reached that point in life where she needs to spend some more time with ...
  • Go Rockies!

    Thirty-eight English as a Second Language (ESL) students in grades 7-12 from Holyoke School District enjoyed an outing to Denver to watch a Rockies baseball game last Tuesday, May 17. The group was sponsored by ESL teacher Desiree Mosenteen and her husban...
  • Kid PHIT teaches healthy lifestyles

    Kid PHIT (Physical Health Initial Tasks) is a program designed to teach kids the importance of living a healthy lifestyle while having fun. CSU Extension agent Tracy Trumper is organizing the program in Holyoke which will be held on Thursdays at Holyoke ...
  • Grade 3-4 Chase County SCORE Camp kids to spend two days at Cox's Ponds

    The first day of SCORE camp for students in 3rd and 4th grades will be Wednesday, June 15 at the Chase County Schools in Imperial, Neb. They will kick off their camp with programs presented by: Doc Gizmo, Edgerton Explorit Center and Dr. Dan Sullivan wit...
  • Clayton, Hoffner to coach summer softball

    Ashley Clayton and Katie HoffnerAshley Clayton and Katie Hoffner began their first summer of coaching summer softball last week as teams hit the field for competition. Clayton has plenty of experience on the diamond after serving as the HHS softball coac...
  • Summer softball schedule

    Holyoke’s summer softball team began its season Saturday, May 21 in Oshkosh, Neb. Holyoke only has one team this year for 13-15-year-old girls. Coaches are Ashley Clayton and Katie Hoffner. Weekday games start at 7:30 p.m. while Saturday games begin a...
  • Bules, Miles, Dalton and Tharp to coach summer baseball teams

    Bret Miles, Trevor Dalton, Logan Tharp and Kyle BulesKyle Bules, Bret Miles, Trevor Dalton and Logan Tharp will take the helm as coaches for the four Holyoke summer baseball teams. Bules enters his fourth summer as a coach. He has coached the HHS basebal...
  • Baseball schedule announced

    Summer baseball is now underway in Holyoke. Coaches this year include Kyle Bules, Bret Miles, Trevor Dalton and Logan Tharp. The league tournament will be played in Oshkosh, Neb. Tuesday-Saturday, June 21-25. Gold Team Holyoke Gold was scheduled to pla...
  • Licensed pools get summer swimming off to safe start

    Swimming is the most popular recreational activity for children in the U.S., but it doesn’t come without its health risks. Protecting children from some of those health risks, such as rashes or other potentially serious illness, is something everyone ha...
  • Olofson a UNC grad

    Danielle Allyssa Olofson graduated from the University of Northern Colorado in the commencement ceremony Saturday, May 7 in Greeley. Olofson earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Interdisciplinary Studies: Early Childhood Education. She is currently seekin...
  • Tyler Swanson graduates from Doane College

    Tyler Swanson graduated Sunday, May 15 from Doane College in Crete, Neb. with a Bachelor of Arts degree in business administration. He maintained a 3.5 GPA throughout college. Swanson was a member of the Doane Tiger’s baseball team, a member of the Del...
  • USDA reminds of deadlines

    USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) State Executive Director Trudy Kareus reminds producers that several federal farm program sign-up and reporting deadlines are approaching. The enrollment deadline for the 2011 Direct and Counter-cyclical Program (DCP) and th...
  • Cold afternoon, but the animals were warm and friendly

    The weather didn’t quite cooperate but those attending the after school program at Family Education Services Wednesday, May 18 braved the cold conditions to head outside for a mini petting zoo. Kindra Plumb, Extension Program Associate, 4-H Youth Devel...
  • The Laughing Mom: humorous tales of motherhood

    The terrible twos I never believed in the “terrible twos.” I heard somewhere that toddler tantrums result from the child’s inability to communicate their feelings. I believed that and was determined to be the amazing mom that always understood what...
  • It's the Pitts

    Famous last words Roger was a plunger, no, not in a janitorial sense but in a business one. He was a compulsive go-getter who, as often happens, married an exact opposite. Dorothy was definitely NOT a plunger, but a steady-as-she-goes conservative who l...
  • CO travelers warned of measles

    State health officials warn that measles outbreaks overseas, especially in Europe, may expose Coloradans traveling abroad. Officials are encouraging people traveling abroad to make sure they are up to date on their measles vaccinations. Infants and child...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoMay 25, 2006 An ordinance restricting the use of skateboards, rollerblades and/or bicycles on sidewalks and streets in the City of Holyoke was approved on first reading at the May 16 City Council meeting. A public hearing will be held at th...
  • Tweens influence family spending

    Tweens are a group of about 20 million youth between the ages of 8 and 12 years old. Collectively, they spend about $43 billion each year. Not only do they spend their own money, but they influence family spending on everything from cell phones to vacatio...
  • Preparing teens for the financial world

    High school youth, soon to enter the adult world, are faced with an array of new learning experiences. One of the more daunting and difficult experiences is the responsibility of managing their financial future. Whether a full-time student, a full-time e...