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  • Pesticide recertification; irrigation crop clinic set

    Pesticide applicators recertification workshops are designed to provide pesticide use and safety education for both commercial and private applicators. All seven units of Continuing Education Credits (CEU) are provided for private applicators and two CEU...
  • CWAC/CAWG annual county meetings

    Colorado wheat producers are invited to attend and participate in the annual county business meetings and elections jointly sponsored by the Colorado Wheat Administrative Committee (CWAC) and the Colorado Association of Wheat Growers (CAWG). The business ...
  • Landscape seminar 2010

    The 2010 Landscape Seminar will be held Wednesday, Jan. 20, at the Yuma Community Center from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Topics and Speakers are as follows: —Growing and pruning fruit trees/shrubs by Bruce Bosley, Natural Resources & Cropping Systems at ...
  • HHS athletes pick up where they left off

    Athletes will hit the courts, mats and pools as winter sports pick back up after the winter break. Coaches and players get back into the swing of things as classes resumed at Holyoke schools Tuesday, Jan. 5. Wrestling HHS wrestlers return to the mat run...
  • Cheer Clinic set Jan. 23

    Holyoke High School cheerleaders have scheduled their annual Cheer Clinic Saturday, Jan. 23. Open to youth age 3 through sixth grade, the clinic will be held in the HHS new gym. Participants in grades 4-6 will go from 9:30-noon, while all others will att...
  • Over 60? Extend body's warranty

    Many experts have shared their conclusions about how cable television and the Internet have kept countless Americans on their behinds for longer periods of time. Ironically, while all this has been going on, scientists have been discovering the most about...
  • Unemployed program offered at NJC

    Northeastern Junior College will offer a third session of its grant-funded “Step Into Your Future” program, designed to help those in northeast Colorado who are unemployed and needing help re-entering the job market. This third session will begin at t...
  • Early childhood conference at NJC

    Once again, the early childhood education program at Northeastern Junior College will host an annual conference—a day-long event designed for child care providers and early childhood educators. This year’s conference, entitled “Rekindle Your Inner S...
  • Michaels to travel to Uganda on missions trip

    Jeff and Tricia Michael of Holyoke are in the final stages of preparation for a two-week missions trip to Africa. The couple will be traveling with eight other men and women from Evangelical Free Church in Grant, Neb. Behind this particular missions trip...
  • County adopts 2010 budget

    Phillips County Commissioners adopted the 2010 county budget Dec. 11. The county mill levy has remained at 28.28 since 1992, and commissioners again adopted the mill levy of 28.28. Phillips County’s assessed value has increased $9,351,724 from $48,975,4...
  • Fisbeck earns MMC designation

    Holyoke Deputy City Clerk/Treasurer Tillie Fisbeck recently was notified she earned the prestigious Master Municipal Clerk (MMC) designation from the International Institute of Municipal Clerks (IIMC). “I’m happy and excited about it,” Fisbeck said...
  • 2009 experiences wild weather

    Some of the wettest months in recent years were experienced by residents of Phillips County this past year as large amounts of rain and snow covered the area. One example many remember was the night of June 1 when nearly 3.5 inches of rain fell within a ...
  • Hospital billing issues addressed, explained

    Problems concerning patient billing were addressed and explained to East Phillips County Hospital District board members at their Dec. 22 meeting. It was brought to the attention of board members there is a problem with accounts receivable. A handful of ...
  • Christmas is midpoint for foreign exchange student

    Since her arrival to Holyoke in August, Switzerland native Severine Barras has been welcoming new experiences with open arms. The recent holiday season has been especially full of chances to explore American culture. Thanksgiving is, of course, a distinc...
  • Top news stories and events of 2009 reviewed

    Jan. 1 Shelly Larson steps down as Melissa Memorial Hospital’s CFO. Jim Rush of Oregon is hired to act as interim CFO. Jan. 8 Christopher Matthew Hansen, son of J.J. and Samantha Hansen of Lamar, Neb., is born at MMH on Saturday, Jan. 3, claiming Hol...
  • Class gives students hands on experience

    Learning the skills and techniques necessary to work and survive in today’s job market is key for anyone looking for employment. College is one place where people learn and study those things. Here in Holyoke, students are trying something different bef...
  • Velma Biddle continues rehab into the new year

    After a midsummer fall landed Velma Biddle in Centre Avenue Health and Rehab at Fort Collins, she started working right away to get home to Holyoke. In her most recent update, Biddle’s niece Sharon Gray noted rehab is going “marvelously.” A broken ...
  • Kiessling to speak at new Event Center

    Conceived in a rape, Rebecca Kiessling has spent much of her adult life addressing pro-life issues. A lawyer, author and homeschool mother of 5, Kiessling has appeared on CNN, Good Morning America and many more venues. Kiessling will speak at A Caring Pr...
  • Another Perspective

    English language offers interesting sidebars While at a family wedding recently, I learned that one of my cousins has studied nine languages. Whoa! How can one mind handle that? That doesn’t mean he’s fluent in nine languages but still. It was also ...
  • It's the Pitts

    The mourning after It has come to my attention that a lot of young farm and ranch men are marrying women from the big city. I think this is because young ranch women are real smart, have been exposed to ranch life on a daily basis and they want no more o...