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  • HSC competes in Burlington meet

        Holyoke swimmers placed sixth overall in the second meet of the summer. The Saturday, June 6 competition in Burlington began a bit overcast, but cleared up for a great meet. Swim Club Coach Adria Colver commended the team on an outstanding meet.  ...
  • Bombers beat Alliance

        Senior Buckley Bombers team of Chappell, Neb. earned their second victory of the season in a five-inning affair against Alliance, Neb. on the home field Wednesday, June 3.    The reason for the five innings was due to a short Alliance roster, as...
  • Summer Scoreboard

    Wednesday, May 20    Holyoke Gold Pee Wee 4, Chappell 7. Holyoke Gold Babe Ruth 9, Chappell 8. Holyoke Green Babe Ruth 0, Fleming 20.Friday, May 22    Holyoke Gold Pee Wee 6, Oshkosh 8. Holyoke Gold Babe Ruth game suspended in 5th inning due to rain...
  • Colorado Kids 1st license plates support Early Childhood Council

        The new Colorado Kids 1st license plate is available in Logan, Phillips and Sedgwick County throughout the months of June, July and August. One hundred percent of the proceeds will benefit ECCLPS.      The local Early Childhood Councils provide...
  • Brittney Ferguson continues to smile and improve at home

     Three months after returning home to Holyoke, Brittney Ferguson is improving in her recovery from injuries following her Sept. 25 vehicle accident. Brittney continues to amaze her family and certainly “keeps us smiling,” according to her mom, Con...
  • Group Publishing accepting applications for service awards

        For the 14th year in a row, Group Publishing is giving away cash awards to a variety of Northern Colorado charities.     Every year, Group gives a portion of its profits back to the community. Since 1997, Group has donated more than $560,000 to ...
  • Dylan Bradley earns UNL scholarship

        Dylan Louis Bradley of Holyoke was among 468 students who have been awarded nonresident scholarships to attend the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2009-10. The scholarship winners are from 37 states.    The nonresident scholarship program was ...
  • City to go for State Trails Grant for walking path

        Holyoke City Council is moving forward in its pursuit of grants to fund a walking path that would be located on the south side of Johnson Street from Highway 385 to Melissa Memorial Hospital.    A letter of intent to Colorado State Trails Grant ...
  • Firemen participate in training; host annual ball

        With summer around the corner and hotter temperatures on the way, members of the Holyoke Volunteer Fire Department prepare for their Annual Firemen’s Ball at 9 p.m. this Saturday, June 13 at the Holyoke Vets Club.     “Big Ronnie and the Cir...
  • First Party Receivables now handling Family Practice clinic self-pay billing

        Patients of Family Practice of Holyoke may soon notice their billing statements have a new look. Since June 1, the rural health clinic has been using First Party Receivables out of Greeley to handle its self-pay billing.    East Phillips County ...
  • First wind turbine set in Holyoke

        Both Roy Pfaltzgraff III and Paul Mailander are emerging as forerunners in the up and coming industry of wind energy. Although individuals have been harnessing the power of wind for more than a century, a recent spike of interest in the concept has...
  • New hospital district CFO to start soon

        A new CFO has been hired for East Phillips County Hospital District by administrator John Ayoub, who informed hospital board members of the selection at the meeting Wednesday, May 27.    Greg Was will be stepping into the position in the early p...
  • Event Center construction progressing steadily

        Going over the details of construction of the new Event Center at the fairgrounds has kept Phillips County commissioners busy during the month of May, they reported at their Friday, May 29 meeting.    Progress continues to move steadily on the b...
  • Torrential rainfall brings 3.5 inches

        Torrential rains which started in Holyoke about 7 p.m. Monday evening, June 1, had netted 3.5 inches of precipitation by 7 a.m. Tuesday, according to National Weather Service weather observer Dan Kafka from his home southwest of Holyoke. He said th...
  • Jolly Dozen to host State FCE Conf.

        Traveling from all four corners of the state, between 60-75 women (and a few husbands) are expected to be in Holyoke June 11-14 as the local FCE Jolly Dozen Club hosts the 78th Annual State FCE Conference.    Most of the meetings and workshops w...
  • First wind turbine set in Holyoke

        Both Roy Pfaltzgraff III and Paul Mailander are emerging as forerunners in the up and coming industry of wind energy. Although individuals have been harnessing the power of wind for more than a century, a recent spike of interest in the concept has...
  • New hospital district CFO to start soon

        A new CFO has been hired for East Phillips County Hospital District by administrator John Ayoub, who informed hospital board members of the selection at the meeting Wednesday, May 27.    Greg Was will be stepping into the position in the early p...
  • Event Center construction progressing steadily

        Going over the details of construction of the new Event Center at the fairgrounds has kept Phillips County commissioners busy during the month of May, they reported at their Friday, May 29 meeting.    Progress continues to move steadily on the b...
  • Summer reading program announced

        Heginbotham Library will once again be holding its annual summer reading program this summer.        Children 3 years old through fourth grade are invited to join the program. Registration for “Be Creative At Your Library” is Wednesday, J...
  • City Code Chatter (CCC) — Holyoke ordinances detailed

        What do junk, weeds and animals have in common?    City of Holyoke codes govern all three, and these were the main areas of focus targeted by Holyoke City Council when a part-time code enforcement officer position was created a year ago.    F...