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  • Senior Senior Prom unites generations

    A collaborative effort of the HHS 21st Century Skills class, Regent Park/Carriage House staff and other volunteers made a Great Gatsby/Roaring ’20s-themed Senior Senior Prom a reality for Regent Park/Carriage House residents Saturday, April 12. Looking...
  • Hispanic ministry kicks off at Zion Lutheran April 23

    Pastor Armenio Pineros is kicking off a weekly Hispanic ministry time at Zion Lutheran Church in Holyoke on Wednesday, April 23. Set to begin at 6 p.m., the Bible study will include a light meal at the church located at 240 S. High School Ave. Pineros s...
  • Big top goes big at Event Center

    Partners in Education’s Carnival for Classrooms was over the top this year as it moved from the elementary school to Phillips County Event Center for the first time. The space was overflowing April 11 with carnival games, food and a silent auction as we...
  • Commissioners in favor of state representation change

    State Rep. Jerry Sonnenberg’s Concurrent Resolution to change election of state representatives was the focus of a hearing at the State Capitol Wednesday, April 9, which was attended by officials from 13 rural counties. The resolution, if adopted by a ...
  • Phillips Co. Arts Council brings Mack Bailey to town

    Folk sensation Mack Bailey will fill the Holyoke High School auditorium with his combination of folk and pop music Thursday, April 24 at 7:30 p.m. The concert is made possible by the Phillips County Arts Council as part of the 2013-14 concert season. A l...
  • PC Telcom diversifies with Smart Farm, PCTV+

    Smart Farm and Smart Home product lines are just a sampling of the ways PC Telcom is staying on the cutting edge of technology, as seen by members at the PC Telcom annual meeting Tuesday, April 8 at Holyoke High School. CEO/General Manager Vince Kropp ex...
  • Double W Dairy honored as DFA Member of Distinction

    Glenn Huwa, Marc Wailes and Gregg Wailes, owners of Double W Farm Dairy of Holyoke, have been named a 2014 Member of Distinction farm by their milk marketing cooperative, Dairy Farmers of America. DFA’s Members of Distinction program recognizes members...
  • Lenz Farms, Sand Partners are corn yield state winners

    Area corn growers, Lenz Farms and Sand Partners of Holyoke, have been honored as state winners in the 2013 National Corn Yield Contest, sponsored annually by the National Corn Growers Association. Lenz Farms placed first in Colorado in the no-till/strip-...
  • Camaraderie bonds HHS throwers

    With a group of young, fairly inexperienced throwers on the Holyoke High School track and field team, working on technique is of the utmost importance. Luckily for coach Sandra Rahe, the throwers are willing to put forth the time to continually improve. ...
  • HHS girls’ golf places fourth

    After having to miss the first tournament of the season due to a lack of available girls and the second tournament being postponed because of spring break issues, HHS lady golfers hit the links for the first competition of the season Friday, April 11 at t...
  • Rural county commissioners testify on Phillips County Plan

    Rural issues got a strong look this week at the State Capitol, with more than a dozen county commissioners testifying before a House committee, and the passage of a package of bills on telecommunications and broadband Internet reform. Democratic Senate l...
  • Local students claim math/science medals

    Holyoke students who placed at the recent NJC math and science contests are pictured from left, front row, eighth-grader Luke Krogmeier and sophomore Bradley Cumming; and back row, freshman Austin Herman and sophomore Sid Struckmeyer.  —Enterprise p...
  • Rural agility focus: public school with local control

    Straight waivers, innovation school considerations and charter school law are three options being looked at in the Colorado Association of School Boards’ Rural Agility Project. Local control revisited is a subtitle of the Rural Agility focus, and Holyo...
  • Public invited to county EMS, trauma town hall meeting

    A report of recommendations for potential improvements to Phillips County’s EMS and trauma system will be released during a public meeting Tuesday, April 22 at 7 p.m. in the Biesemeier Room at the Phillips County Event Center. The report is the product...
  • Record-breaking car count heralds Phillips Co. Raceway season opener

    Breaking a record for a Phillips County Raceway season opener last Saturday, April 12, 100 cars exceeded a car count for a season opener in recent years. In fact, that number is 30 higher than an average night at PCR, bested only by the Kenny Schrader ev...
  • Dragons sweep Indians in Yuma

    Holyoke had no trouble at the plate during the doubleheader in Yuma Saturday, April 12 as the Dragons picked up two wins. While errors were detrimental at times, the squad always found a way to battle back at the plate. “We’d be scary with how good w...
  • Dragon tracksters tested as 25 teams compete at Yuma

    HHS track athletes faced a competitive field as they battled against 24 other schools at the Bill Kalb Invitational at Yuma Tuesday, April 8. Holyoke boys and girls both placed 16th at the meet. The girls scored 15 points, the boys 13. Lamar dominated t...
  • Summer rec regis. April 21-28

    With temperatures rising and grass getting greener around town, it is hard to ignore the fact that summertime is close. With the warm season approaching, registration for summer baseball and softball is set for April 21-28. Registration forms for Holyoke...
  • Klein places in college regional golf tourney

    Deyten Klein, a freshman at Eastern Wyoming College in Torrington, Wyo., tied for fifth with a score of 76 in the Otero/Lamar golf tournament held in Colorado recently. The EWC Lancers earned a first-place regional finish in the tourney with a team score...
  • 3 school resolutions target finance, testing

    Joining the Amendment 23 class action suit, restoring the negative factor as a legislative priority and urging the reduction of state-mandated testing were the subjects of three resolutions passed by the Holyoke School District Re-1J board at its April 8 ...