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  • HHS drops heartbreaker at Brush; fights hard at home Saturday

    A heartbreaking 5-6 loss was handed to the Lady Dragon softball team Thursday, Sept. 24 at Brush. After trailing most of the game, HHS scored four runs in the fifth to take the lead, but dropped the game when Brush scored two in the seventh. In a double-...
  • Spitz qualifies

    The Holyoke golf team traveled to Highland Hills in Greeley on Tuesday, Sept. 22 for regionals. On a cold and wet day, Coleton Spitz emerged as the only player to advance to the state tournament. He shot an 84 which was good enough for seventh place over...
  • HHS volleyball struggles with Fleming, Akron tournament

    During a busy week of volleyball action, HHS Lady Dragons lost in a home match against Fleming Tuesday, Sept. 22 and brought home one win and two losses from the Akron Invitational tournament Saturday, Sept. 23. Because of the tournament schedule, all th...
  • Dragons shutout 43-0; to host 2008 State Champs Friday

    Holyoke traveled 90 miles south to face the Burlington Cougars on Friday, Sept. 25 and suffered a 43-0 loss. A week earlier the Cougars traveled to Akron and lost a close game to the Rams who have won three straight State Championships. Akron will visit H...
  • Golf Magazine ranks Ballyneal 48th in U.S.

    Ballyneal Golf and Hunt Club in Holyoke has been ranked the 48th best golf course in the United States and 83rd best in the world by Golf Magazine in its biannual ranking of the Top 100 Courses in the U.S. and the World. Each of the 100 Golf Magazine pane...
  • Mobile clinic Oct. 6

    A free mobile health clinic is coming to Holyoke and Haxtun on Tuesday, Oct. 6. Salud Family Health Center’s mobile unit features screenings for diabetes, hypertension, anemia, cholesterol and dental. Seasonal flu shots and tetanus vaccinations are ava...
  • Ming to present NASA program

    NASA is celebrating their 50th anniversary this year, and the Wray Museum is excited to host a program on Tuesday, Oct. 6 as part of their Advancements in the Atomic Age after school program series. Wray native, Douglas W. Ming (JSC-K111) who will presen...
  • Goodbye summer; hello fall!

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  • H1N1 reported in county

    H1N1 virus has been detected in Phillips County according to hospital officials and members of the Northeast Colorado Health Department (NCHD). As of last week there had been no hospitalized cases in Phillips County. With flu season just around the corne...
  • Flu committee formed, budget issues discussed

    It was reported Melissa Memorial Hospital (MMH) has created a flu committee as a result of recent H1N1 cases in Holyoke at the East Phillips County Hospital District board meeting Tuesday, Sept. 22. Director of Nursing Claudia Powell said they are urging...
  • Ferguson re-evaluated one year after accident

    Pain, happiness, gratefulness and hope only begin to describe the emotions the Ferguson family has faced in the past year. Friday, Sept. 25 marked the one-year anniversary of 20-year-old Brittney’s auto accident. Brittney, a college student at the Univ...
  • Random drug test program revisions now in the works

    Three recommendations will move forward in year two of Holyoke’s JR/SR High random drug testing (RDT) program. While in the middle of a third-party audit for the RDT process, Supt. Bret Miles told the Re-1J board at its Sept. 15 meeting that the distri...
  • Local business discusses ordinance

    Tommy Thompson, Ron Thompson and Charlie Triplette were present at the Sept. 15 Holyoke City Council meeting to talk with board members about recent warnings they received regarding junk vehicles on their property west of town. Tommy said they built thei...
  • 100 years old: Albert Bahler celebrates life

    Whether he was farming, milking his dairy cows or playing trombone, Albert Bahler has watched Holyoke grow from dirt streets and horses and buggies to what it is now. In his 100 years, he’s experienced several wars, the Dust Bowl, the Depression and unt...
  • Rod Ellis recovering after successful kidney transplant

    After successfully receiving a kidney transplant Thursday, Sept. 3, Rod Ellis has a renewed quality of life. He and his family feel blessed that Ellis’ former HHS Class of 1978 classmate Clay Warren came forward to be a living donor with the blessings o...
  • HHS student ACT scores compared to state results

    ACT results — 2009 juniorsSubject      Holyoke    StateEnglish      19.7         19.0Math         20.5    &n...
  • Psychobabble

    In 1984, Danielson and Miyagi brought to the big screen the sport of Karate and I, at eight years old, experienced my first crush. Ralph Macchio balancing on the bow of a fishing boat while practicing “wax on/wax off” and “paint the fence” was hea...
  • It's the Pitts

    Speed Bumps If you asked most auctioneers I think they’d agree that momentum is what makes auctions the best way to sell darn near anything. There are a lot of things that can break the momentum and freeze an auction as if someone had fired off a stin...
  • Haxtun prepares for 88th annual corn festival

    A jam-packed day in Haxtun is planned for Saturday, Sept. 26. The 88th annual Haxtun Corn Festival will celebrate the town’s 100th birthday this year. No matter the time of day, something will be happening for everyone to enjoy. The event kicks off at ...
  • First dollar of profit recognized

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