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  • Enterprise wins 2 national awards

    Darci Tomky of The Holyoke Enterprise earned two awards in the National Newspaper Association 2015 Better Newspaper Contest and Better Newspaper Advertising Contest. She won first place in best feature story for “Pinterest just got more Pinteresting: B...
  • 8 FCCLA members bring home gold from Washington, D.C.

    Eighteen Holyoke High School FCCLA members and four sponsors attended the FCCLA National Leadership Conference July 4-10 in Washington, D.C. The theme for the national meeting was “Together We Are Healthy,” celebrating FCCLA’s 70th birthday of help...
  • Kids get taste of business at Entrepreneurship Camp

    What does it take to launch, manage and grow a small business? Students in grades 5-9 learned all about that and more at the July 7-10 Youth Entrepreneurship Camp sponsored by Phillips County Economic Development. Goals of the camp were to investigate a...
  • Play is in full swing

    Laughter and chatter filled Homesteaders Park at the weekly Baby Bear Hugs play group. Meeting Thursdays from 10 a.m.-noon at Homesteaders Park when the weather is nice and at the Baptist Church during the winter months or in inclement weather, the play g...
  • Ecosystems, HawkQuest featured at Backyard Conservation Camp

    Colorado State University Extension is partnering with the Haxtun Soil Conservation District to plan for this year’s Backyard Conservation Camp Tuesday and Wednesday, Aug. 4-5, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Phillips County Event Center in the Ortner Room. ...
  • Talbott Brothers in Imperial concert Fri.

    Nebraska’s Good Living Tour organizers are happy to announce the band lineup for the tour’s opening concert—this Friday, July 17, in Imperial, Neb. Three sonically diverse bands are scheduled to play the free, all-ages concert outdoors at the Imper...
  • Holyoke wheat harvest hits halfway

    As temperatures soar into the 90s and tiptoe that line between double and triple digits, harvest crews work diligently to bring in truckload after truckload of wheat to the local elevators. Throughout last week, light rain and temperatures dipping as lo...
  • RRWCD receives decision in accord with State engineer

    Wheat harvest had little effect on attendance to the Republican River Water Conservation District quarterly board meeting in Haxtun Thursday, July 9. David Robbins, legal counsel from Hill and Robbins, PC, reported that Judge James Hartmann, water judge ...
  • Corn borer moths detected in the area

    First generation European corn borer moths have been detected in corn fields with the help of pheromone traps in different locations in northeastern Colorado. Historic moth emergence and flight data show that peak first generation moth population occurs ...
  • Extension Corner

    See 4-H in action at the Phillips County Fair County fair season is upon us once again! For Phillips County 4-H members, the county fair is the culmination of a year’s worth of hard work. It’s also a time for the general public to take in all of the ...
  • Extension Corner

    So you have worked hard all growing season, and now the county fair is upon us. You want to show off your very best flowers. Whether you are new or have done this multiple times, it helps to be refreshed by reading these common-sense guidelines to make e...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoJuly 15, 2010 Wheat harvest was set to begin right around the Fourth of July holiday, but Mother Nature opened her doors and let rain fall throughout Phillips County off and on over the next week. Steve Young of Grainland Co-op and Steve Ba...
  • Jorgensen just goes with the flow as yoga advocate

    “Just open your heart,” instructs Karen Jo Jorgensen as she empowers yoga class participants to sparkle. Trained in Vinyasa Flow, Jorgensen is passionate about the benefits of yoga. “It is union,” she explains. “Yoga means to come together — ...
  • Mods provide back and forth good show at PC Raceway

    One could have put a blanket over the top four finishers in the modified car main event at Phillips County Raceway Friday, July 10. That’s how BST Racing promoter Joe Bellm described the action-packed race that found the racers high and low in a back-a...
  • Car show & much more in Haxtun Saturday

    The warm July weather brings with it several things — fireworks, wheat harvest and Haxtun’s Old-Fashioned Saturday Night. Calendars should be marked for Saturday, July 18, to attend this summer-fun, car-packed event, sponsored each year by the Haxtun ...
  • School board to meet Mon., July 20, at 5 p.m.

    The first Re-1J School District board meeting with Superintendent John McCleary at the helm is scheduled Monday, July 20, at 5 p.m. in the board meeting room at HJHS room No. 218. The meeting date has been moved from the regular third Tuesday meeting. A...
  • Used hearing aid donations accepted at Holyoke locations

    The Sterling Lions Club Hearing Aid Bank is accepting donations of used hearing aids. They can be dropped off at existing Lions eyeglass donation boxes in Holyoke — Holyoke Community Federal Credit Union, Bank of Colorado, Bank of the West, First Pionee...
  • Former Yuma pastor to speak in Wages

    Former pastor in the Yuma area Bill Glover will be hosting a series of meetings Tuesday-Thursday, July 21-23, beginning at 7 p.m. These meetings will be held at the Wages Community Church, located at the corner of County Road V and County Road 58 northeas...
  • Training offered for I am Moving, I am Learning

    While Colorado remains the leanest state in the nation for adult obesity, its childhood obesity rate continues to be among the fastest growing. Childhood obesity rates have sharply increased in the past several decades. Nearly one in four children in Colo...
  • Bulls are back; LaRue headlines concert

    A big week is planned at the “Summer Days and Country Ways” Phillips County Fair, making this year even bigger and better than last year. The exciting Bulls Gone Wild event is back for a second year Saturday, July 25, at 7 p.m. at the Phillips County...