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  • PC Telcom invests in fiber network

    Annual meeting highlights the cooperative’s evolution with ever-changing technology industry“The telecom industry continues to evolve at a very rapid pace,” said PC Telcom CEO and general manager Vince Kropp. “2014 was no exception, and we had ano...
  • Red’s presented first dollar by Chamber

    Owners Ozzy and Misty Torres, pictured at left, accept their first dollar of profit certificate for Red’s Liquors, LLC from Holyoke Chamber of Commerce executive director Mary Tomky. The couple took over ownership of Red’s in March.  —Ente...
  • Foreigners must report U.S. ag land holdings

    Leland Swenson, state executive director of Colorado Farm Service Agency, reminds foreign persons with an interest in agricultural lands in the United States that they are required to report their holdings and any transactions to the U.S. secretary of agr...
  • USDA issuing assistance to producers for 2014 losses

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Farm Service Agency announced Monday, April 6, that nearly 2,700 applicants will begin receiving disaster assistance through the Emergency Assistance for Livestock, Honeybees and Farm-Raised Fish Program for losses e...
  • Fans enjoy new P.A. system at PC Raceway opener

    Windy Sunday weather conditions hurt attendance; no takers for the one-on-one grudge competitionA new P.A. system for the grandstands, arena and pits passed the test Saturday and Sunday, April 11-12, in the Phillips County Raceway season opener. Slight w...
  • Committee reports head school agenda

    Several committee reports will open the next meeting of Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education. The meeting is set for Tuesday, April 21, at 7 p.m. in the board meeting room at HJHS, room No. 218. The superintendent’s report will include Stan...
  • Free preschool screening Friday

    Northeast Colorado BOCES, in conjunction with Holyoke School District Re-1J and Northeast Colorado Health Department, will be offering free developmental screening to children ages 6 months through 5 years (children who will not attend kindergarten next f...
  • NCHD honors public health excellence

    Holyoke School Dist., El Buen Sazón, Daily Grind win food safety awardsIn conjunction with National Public Health Week the first full week in April, the Northeast Colorado Health Department recently recognized several community members and facilities acr...
  • Deadlines set for objections to property classifications

    Phillips County Assessor Doug Kamery would like Phillips County citizens to know that Colorado law requires the county assessor to hear objections to real property classifications and valuations beginning no later than May 1. Objections to the valuation ...
  • April 16 is Health Care Decision Day

    Hospice of the Plains encourages families to make their decisions knownWith Thursday, April 16, designated as National Health Care Decision Day, Hospice of the Plains encourages people to have the “what if …” talk with their family. Those who have ...
  • Health care system focus is on wellness and prevention

    For the 20th consecutive year, the American Public Health Association recognized the first week of April as National Public Health Week. In proclaiming April 6-12 as public health week, President Barack Obama said, “We are shifting the focus of our cou...
  • College news

    Trevor Dalton and Logan Tharp were recognized as First-Year Scholars for the fall 2014 semester at the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley. To be named a First-Year Scholar, students must achieve a GPA of 3.5 or higher for their first semester at U...
  • Local news

    Cyndi Bahler and Linda Statz traveled to Federal Heights Sunday morning, April 12, to watch Statz’s granddaughter, Julia Ralston, participate in the Spotlight Dance Competition. More than 400 acts were judged in three days of competition. Ralston danced...
  • Course offered to help landowners conduct safer prescribed burns

    The Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control is helping private landowners learn how to be safer when conducting low complexity pile burns on their own land by teaching a class that offers limited civil liability to those who successfully complete...
  • State budget passes 2nd test

    The 2015-16 state budget passed its second test with a 45-20 vote from the Colorado House April 9. The budget now goes back to the Joint Budget Committee to resolve differences between the House and Senate version. The $26.5 billion budget got a few addi...
  • Car enthusiasts invited to Flagler auto display

    A central feature of Flagler’s Wheatland Legacy Celebration Festival Saturday, June 6, will be an antique automobile exhibit displaying 20 antique automobiles that represent each of the five-year increment periods from 1900 to 2000. Car enthusiasts thro...
  • Hantavirus cautions given by state health department

    Last week, state health officials warned Coloradans to avoid hantavirus exposure while cleaning cabins or other buildings that were closed up for the winter. Hantavirus is a serious and potentially fatal respiratory disease carried by deer mice. When cle...
  • April 12-18 is Week of the Young Child

    In 2015, the Week of the Young Child is April 12-18. This year’s theme is “Week of the Young Child™ 2015: Celebrating Our Youngest Learners!” During this week, local communities come together to honor young children and all those who make a diffe...
  • Eastern plains to receive FEMA funds

    The eastern plains region, including Cheyenne, Kit Carson, Lincoln, Logan, Morgan, Phillips, Sedgwick, Washington and Yuma counties, has been chosen to receive $16,275 to supplement emergency food and shelter programs in these counties. The source of fun...
  • Extension Corner

    Spring cleaning in the yard As winter recedes, we begin seeing the buds swelling and greening on trees, shrubs and perennials. We want to rush out and start pruning. In Colorado, we need to remember to hold back until late April or early May before prun...