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  • HHS swimmers win Northridge HS dual

    HHS swimmers traveled to the Greeley Rec Center Friday, Dec. 14, where they won a dual meet with Northridge High School. Holyoke girls earned 170 points to Northridge’s 138. Coach Luke Thomas said it was nice to compete with a team that had the same n...
  • Girls finish 2012 with win over Sedgwick Co., 2 losses

    With three games in five days, the Lady Dragons stayed busy last week, finishing with a strong 50-30 win over Sedgwick County Saturday, Dec. 15 in Julesburg. Earlier in the week, HHS traveled to Yuma on Tuesday, Dec. 11, where they fell to the Indians 35...
  • Holyoke boys' basketball falls to Yuma, Brush

    It was a busy week for the Holyoke Dragon boys’ basketball team as they traveled to Yuma Tuesday, Dec. 11 and played host to Brush Friday, Dec. 14. Unfortunately, the Dragons fell to both the Indians and Beetdiggers. Holyoke 48, Yuma 65 It was all...
  • Dragons grab first win over Sedgwick County

    A busy week ended on a good note for the Holyoke Dragons. Coach Scott Dille was very pleased as the Dragons were able to capture a win over Sedgwick County Saturday, Dec. 15. The win was the first for the Dragons this year and they enter the holiday bre...
  • I'm Just Cookin'

    Christmas traditions get a little sweeterChristmas is all about traditions, and I love how every family develops their own quirky traditions for the holidays. Every household is probably a little bit different, whether you watch “A Christmas Story” f...
  • US 385 to be closed this week

    As part of a double bridge replacement project in northeastern Colorado, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) will completely close US 385 near Julesburg between County Road (CR) 31 and CR 33 from Monday, Dec. 17 at 6 a.m. until Friday, Dec. 2...
  • Rockefeller Center tree dates back to 1930s

    The first Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center was erected in 1931, two years before the opening of Rockefeller Plaza, where the tree now draws thousands of tourists each year. The tradition began when construction workers hard at work on building Rockef...
  • Small Steps to Health and Wealth offered in January

    Small Steps to Health and Wealth™ Colorado is a new program offered by Colorado State University Extension and sponsored by Haxtun Hospital District that addresses how financial problems can affect health and how poor health can affect finances. The th...
  • Heidi's plans to open doors at beginning of the year

    Heidi Spitz is getting excited as she plans to open the doors of Heidi’s Wednesday, Jan. 2. Hoping that paperwork becomes finalized, Spitz will open the doors to the public at her 112 W. Denver St. location. The shop is located at the former Buzzz Stop...
  • Public Utilities Commission adopts telecom rule changes

    The Colorado Public Utilities Commission (PUC) issued its written order Monday, Dec. 17 adopting telecommunications rule changes that will both protect Colorado consumers and allow them to have the benefits of a competitive marketplace. The PUC, in delib...
  • Green and Growing

    The longest running Citizen Science survey in the world, Audubon’s annual Christmas Bird Count (CBC) will take place from Dec. 14 to Jan. 5, 2013. Tens of thousands of volunteers throughout North America will brave winter weather to add a new layer to o...
  • Dairy producer receives hope

    Colorado AgrAbility will host a workshop in Holyoke on Tuesday, Feb. 12 at the Phillips County Event Center. The workshop, “Gear for Working Smarter with Agr-Ability,” will take place from 9 a.m.-noon and includes lunch for those who pre-register at ...
  • Rural Development recognizes lenders

    In Fiscal Year 2012, 1,709 rural families in Colorado became homeowners through the help of a USDA Rural Development Guaranteed Housing Loan. Rural Development offers mortgage lenders a user-friendly program to help rural low and moderate-income individu...
  • Extension Corner

    You’ve enrolled in 4-H ... now what?!? 4-H may be the last thing on your mind during this busy, festive time of the year. However, December and January are great months to begin your 4-H planning for the new 4-H year. The more pre-planning you do now, ...
  • It's the Pitts

    Birthmas They say as you get older birthdays aren’t as big a deal as they were when you were young, but I wouldn’t know anything about that because I have never had one. A birthday that is. Allow me to explain. I was born on Dec. 27, or, as I used t...
  • A Healthier Weigh challenge set to begin Monday, Jan. 14

    The 2013 “A Healthier Weigh” challenge begins Monday, Jan. 14. This 12-week challenge encourages increasing activity, making wise food choices and living a healthier lifestyle in 2013. This is the second year for the challenge in Phillips County, wit...
  • Low-flying aircraft to count deer in NE CO

    Colorado Parks and Wildlife is advising residents and hunters in the northeast region of the state that biologists will be using a low-flying helicopter to conduct aerial deer surveys in the coming weeks. Flight dates are weather-dependent, but generally...
  • Dec. 31 deadline for annual ag photo contest

    The end of the year is nearing, which means time is running out to enter the 15th Annual “Colorado … it’s AgriCultural” photography contest. Entries must be postmarked by Dec. 31. “I get so excited to see the entries roll in this time of year,...
  • Peekin' into the past

    Five Years AgoDec. 20, 2007 El Maizito De Oro #2, owned by Francisco and Gabriela Caraveo, recently opened in Holyoke at 124 S. Interocean Ave. Phillips County Commissioners recently announced a $3,000 grant received by Pioneer Hi-Bred, a DuPont busines...
  • Holiday church services planned

    Churches in Holyoke and the surrounding area will celebrate the holiday season with special services both Christmas Eve, Monday, Dec. 24 and Christmas Day, Tuesday, Dec. 25. Fairfield Covenant Church, located north of Paoli, will host a Swedish Julotta s...