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  • Swimmers end reg. season; state up next

    Holyoke swimmers finished out a strong regular season at the Conference  meet at Greeley Rec Center Friday and Saturday, Feb. 6-7. Senior LeAnne McWilliams and sophomore Briar Bergner finalled in their individual events at conference, with McWilliams a...
  • College News

    Ryan Oosthuysen Ryan Stanley Oosthuysen, son of Richard and Linda Oosthuysen of Holyoke, graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Berry College in Mount Berry, Ga. Saturday, Dec. 13. During the 2008 Fall Commencement, Oosthuysen joine...
  • Water bills get Colorado Legislature attention

    Majority Democrats are carrying most of the water (bills) in the Colorado Legislature this year. That could be good news for the South Platte River well users who have been trying for years to find affordable water for their augmentation plans without ...
  • Students compete in Brain Bowl

    Two teams of Holyoke Elementary and Junior High students traveled to Fort Morgan Saturday, Feb. 7 to compete in a Brain Bowl. The third-fourth grade team placed fourth with 95 points. Third grade members were Anna Jelden, Luke Krogmeier and Jarrett Woodhe...
  • Spring NAP deadline is March 15

    Sunday, March 15 is the deadline for purchasing NAP (Noninsured Crop Disaster Assistance Program) coverage for spring planted crops not covered by Federal Crop Insurance. Spring crops in Phillips County are listed as: peas, pumpkins, forage sorghum, soy...
  • Millage places in Corn Yield Contest

    Steve Millage of Holyoke recently won third place in the No Till/Strip Till Non-irrigated division of the 2008 National Corn Growers’ Association’s (NCGA) Corn Yield Contest in Colorado. He won with Pioneer brand hybrid 35F37, which yielded 114 bushe...
  • PUC seeks comment on changes to Tri-State G&T regulation

    Colorado Public Utilities Commission (PUC), a division of the Department of Regulatory Agencies, has opened an investigation seeking comment on whether it should change its oversight of Tri-State Generation and Transmission Company’s resource planning ...
  • Holyoke/Imperial Community Federal Credit Union will hold its annual meeting Monday, Feb. 16 in the HHS auditorium.

    Holyoke/Imperial Community Federal Credit Union will hold its annual meeting Monday, Feb. 16 in the HHS auditorium. Prior to the meeting, credit union members are invited to a catered meal in the high school old gymnasium, beginning at 6 p.m. The meetin...
  • Museum kicks off Valentine’s week with well-attended Chocolate Affair

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  • Women’s Retreat set for Feb. 21 in Imperial

    Registrations are now being taken for the annual women’s retreat at the Imperial Bible Church. The retreat will be held at the church, 800 West 11th in Imperial, Neb. Saturday, Feb. 21, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Theme for the retreat is “All Abuzz for t...
  • Public Health is Public Wealth

      During the past couple of years there has been rising concern among health professionals about MRSA, Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus, and the increase in cases among high school athletes across the country.    MRSA is a staph infecti...
  • Health is not a condition of matter, but of mind

    Beauty is only skin deep?   The topic this week tries to give some appreciation for something you probably don’t think about too often: your skin. The average square inch of skin holds 650 sweat glands, 20 blood vessels and more than a thousand nerve ...
  • Psychobabble

    If you are distressed by anything external, the pain is not due to the thing itself but to your own estimate of it; and this you have the power to revoke at any moment.-Marcus Aurelius Antoninus Discoverying that one is pregnant is an emotional moment. ...
  • It's the Pitts

    Naming Names A name is a very personal and precious possession. Except in my case. I hate my miserable moniker. Just as a firefly is not a fly and the Harlem Globetrotters never played a game in Harlem for the first 40 years of their existence, I feel m...
  • HHS competes in Science Bowl

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  • Churchwell student teaches at HES

     This semester, Holyoke Elementary School has welcomed student teacher Nicole Churchwell into Lynn Schneider’s third grade classroom. Churchwell is an elementary education major at Colorado Christian University, and plans to graduate with her teachin...
  • EPYCS grant awarded HHS Leadership class

    Sponsor Tracy Trumper is pleased to announce her Student Leadership elective class, which focuses on service learning and leadership, has been awarded an EPYCS grant from the El Pomar Philanthropy Foundation. The Foundation has begun to phase out the tr...
  • Chamber of Commerce acknowledges community excellence

    Celebrating 55 years, Holyoke Chamber of Commerce recognized community excellence at its 16th Annual Gala Monday night, Feb. 9. Members and guests gathered at the Vets Hall for the annual program, which was emceed by Gary Krumm. Community Excellence Aw...
  • Victims Assistance Office receives funding help from City of Holyoke

    Lending a helping hand, Holyoke City Council agreed to donate some much-needed funds to Phillips County Victims Assistance Office. The decision was reached after director Shawna Bergstrom approached the council with the request at the regular Holyoke Ci...
  • 4 babies born at MMH in Jan.;board looks to expand OB

        Due to the addition of nurse practitioners Claudia Powell and Judy Sudmeier, more women are turning to Melissa Memorial Hospital and Family Practice Clinic of Holyoke for obstetric and gynecological care. According to hospital administrator John Ay...