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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Sister Act: Fair is an Owens family affair

    Phillips County Fair is rapidly approaching, and for members of the Phillips County 4-H clubs, that means it’s time to buckle down and finish working on projects for competition. This is doubly true in the Owens household as Challengers 4-H members Rebe...
  • Sister Act: Fair is an Owens family affair

    Phillips County Fair is rapidly approaching, and for members of the Phillips County 4-H clubs, that means it’s time to buckle down and finish working on projects for competition. This is doubly true in the Owens household as Challengers 4-H members Rebe...
  • City continues support of local golf course

    Holyoke Golf Club was given a $15,000 donation by the City, as approved by Holyoke City Council at its Tuesday, July 7, meeting. The annual donation was already in the City’s budget and has been given the last several years. It goes toward repairs and ...
  • City continues support of local golf course

    Holyoke Golf Club was given a $15,000 donation by the City, as approved by Holyoke City Council at its Tuesday, July 7, meeting. The annual donation was already in the City’s budget and has been given the last several years. It goes toward repairs and ...
  • Around Town

    Flower Garden closes its doors After trying with no luck to sell their business for about three and a half years, Flower Garden owners Julie and David Dirks decided to close the doors this year. Saturday, July 11, was the last open day at Flower Garden, ...
  • Holyoke earns 17 high-point trophies at league meet

    Taking 26 swimmers, Holyoke Swim Club concluded its season at the July 2-3 league meet in Goodland, Kan. The Holyoke powerhouse crushed 10 pool records, six of which were the team’s own times from the June 20 Goodland meet. Holyoke ended the season with...
  • Ice cream has sweet history in Holyoke

    With the sun shining down and a warm breeze blowing through the fields, it’s hard not to embrace the nostalgia of the summer months. As July rolls around, memories of keeping cool on the triple-digit days lead to thoughts of lemonade, swimming pools and...
  • Fetzers to serve as Fair grand marshals

    Despite a longstanding rivalry between the two sides of the county, all residents of Phillips County will be coming together for the Phillips County Fair July 21-26. This year’s Phillips County Fair parade grand marshals, Bob and Ronda Fetzer, also cam...
  • It’s time to prepare for Fair open class, special themes

    Grow those veggies, whip up some bread and snap a couple photos — it’s time for the Phillips County Fair open class competition and special themes contests!! Cash premiums and being named the best in Phillips County are on the line! Entries will be ...
  • Welcome home!

    On the corner of Highway 6 and Phelan Avenue in Holyoke, Clair and Merlinda Anderson often display in their yard a decorative scene fitting for the season. Their current display served as a welcome home tribute to their son, Raymond, who is station...
  • Gilbert conquers Colorado on coast-to-coast run

    Holyoke was a welcome sight for extreme distance runner Aprylle Gilbert because it meant she had conquered Colorado, one of the hardest stretches of her run across the United States along historic Route 6. Holyoke Mayor Orville Tonsing, pictured second f...