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  • Family holiday activities

    It’s too easy to get caught in the commercial hustle and bustle of the holidays. The season shouldn’t just be about gifts, food and pageantry. It’s a time for families to enjoy each other’s company and draw closer together. There are many fun hol...
  • Increased student count leads to balanced budget

    An increase in students in Holyoke School District Re-1J as of the Oct. 1 count, led to adoption of a balanced budget for 2009-2010 at the Nov. 17 meeting of the Re-1J Board of Education. “It’s really clear that having more kids makes a difference,...
  • Snow removal addressed

    Snow removal was addressed for the second meeting in a row by Holyoke City Council Tuesday, Nov. 17. Mayor David Nygaard said he feels what the city is asking business owners to do regarding snow removal, is a little much. City Supt. Mark Brown drafted a...
  • Board contemplates support for Ed. Foundation

    Foundation looking to go forward in grant application to Heginbotham Trust for local track project fundsEncouraged by the activation of a local education foundation, Holyoke School Board members recently contemplated their approach for showing support for...
  • Thanksgiving mood is in the air

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  • Late corn harvest delayed yet again due to snow

    November is more than half over and there are still many fields with standing corn left all around northeast Colorado. This year’s harvest is two to three weeks later than normal, according to Steve Young of Grainland Coop. With the 1.5 inches of snowf...
  • Late corn harvest delayed yet again due to snow

    November is more than half over and there are still many fields with standing corn left all around northeast Colorado. This year’s harvest is two to three weeks later than normal, according to Steve Young of Grainland Coop. With the 1.5 inches of snowf...
  • Veterans Day honors America's heroes

    Thousands of veterans all around the world were recognized and praised Wednesday, Nov. 11, for their time spent defending our country. Speeches were given and President Barack Obama spoke at various events also thanking veterans and current members of the...
  • Veterans Day honors America's heroes

    Thousands of veterans all around the world were recognized and praised Wednesday, Nov. 11, for their time spent defending our country. Speeches were given and President Barack Obama spoke at various events also thanking veterans and current members of the...
  • Event Center hits final construction stages

    Construction on the new Phillips County Event Center should be wrapped up by the end of the month, reported County Commissioner Bud Biesemeier. There are just a lot of little things left to do, he said. While the building isn’t completely done, enough ...
  • Event Center hits final construction stages

    Construction on the new Phillips County Event Center should be wrapped up by the end of the month, reported County Commissioner Bud Biesemeier. There are just a lot of little things left to do, he said. While the building isn’t completely done, enough ...
  • 'Better Football Through High School Chemistry' hits the stage Nov. 20-21

    Prepare to get in some good laughs as Holyoke High School’s drama department takes the stage for their hilarious fall play "Better Football Through High School Chemistry." Performances are scheduled for Friday, Nov. 20 and Saturday, Nov. 21 at 8 p.m. a...
  • Another Perspective

    You don’t have to do it alone It’s amazing how you can live for five decades and still get that gratifying feeling once in awhile when you sit back and think, I did it all by myself. And then you realize how much help you really had. I had registere...
  • Nov. 15-21 is National Education Week

    If you have not noticed it on your calendar, Nov. 15-21 is recognized as National Education Week. I thought this would be a good time to reflect on a survey that is put together by Phi Delta Kappa International and Gallop polls. For the past 41 years the...
  • The Laughing Mom: humorous tales of motherhood

    Pushing buttons There’s was a time, not too long ago, when I announced to the world my daughter had learned how to PUSH MY BUTTONS! Well, she always knew how to pull on my heartstrings. And she has shown her father’s knack for simultaneously frustra...
  • Reduce, reuse, recycle is Saturday's theme

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  • 'A Night Full of Memories' basket bringing community together

    Creation of My Little Angel Toy Drive in Holyoke is bringing together community members in a project promoting memories, gift-giving and support. The toy drive was initiated by Brett and Josie Murray, whose baby Ethan died the day he was born last Januar...
  • 'Relentless' youth conference to be held in Imperial Nov. 21-22

    “Relentless” is a free youth conference coming to Imperial, Neb. Saturday-Sunday, Nov. 21-22. Coordinated by three Imperial churches and youth groups, the conference will feature Sean Dunn from Groundwire as speaker and music by the Resistance band f...
  • Nelson serves term as state secretary

    After three years experiencing how things worked at the local level of Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), Elise Nelson decided she wanted more. At the state leadership conference in April, Nelson was chosen as the state secretary. She is one of f...
  • Corn should be checked before feeding livestock

    By Michael Fisher, Area Livestock Extension Agent, Golden Plains Area Late harvest has had many of our corn farmers nervous, hoping that they can get the crop out before winter really sets in. It has also left many cattle producers nervous as they have ...