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  • I'm Just Cookin'

    Czech this out!Well, it’s that time again for a trip around the globe for I’m Just Cookin’: International Edition. This time we’re going to the Czech Republic! You probably didn’t know this, but Wilber, Neb. is “The Czech Capital of the USA....
  • Daniels Fund announces new open application process

    A new “open application” for the Daniels Scholarship was scheduled to go live on the Daniels Fund website Sept. 17. For the first time, the process will make it possible for students to initiate and submit their own applications online. The deadline t...
  • Late season tomatoes play ‘ketchup’

    If some tomatoes early in the season didn’t quite measure up, others are now playing catch up and making up for lost time. Diane Sagehorn acquired the large tomato pictured below, obviously larger than an iPhone and weighing in at 2.68 pounds. She plans...
  • Quilt show coming up at Haxtun Corn Fest

    Quilters of all levels should be getting prepared for the High Plains Heritage Quilters 2012 Haxtun Corn Festival Quilt Show Sept. 29 at the Haxtun Community Center. The quilt show opens at 11 a.m. and closes at 4:30 p.m. It is a CQC judged quilt show. ...
  • Senator Bennet honored

    Colorado U.S. Senator Michael Bennet, a member of the Senate Agriculture Committee, has been named a recipient of the American Farm Bureau’s “Friend of the Farm Bureau” award and the National Farmers Union’s “Golden Triangle” award for his wor...
  • Gardner receives small business award

    Congressman Cory Gardner (R-CO) accepted the Guardian of Small Business Award from the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) Thursday, Sept. 13. NFIB president and CEO Dan Danner presented the award. “It is an honor to receive this award,...
  • 8th graders take down Burlington

    Holyoke’s junior high football team played host to Burlington Thursday, Sept. 13 and split games with the Cougars. For the second time this season, Holyoke’s eighth-grade team won in overtime. They beat Burlington 14-6 in the extra period. Alex Stra...
  • Christmas chorus is forming

    A southwest Nebraska chorus is forming again for its bi-annual Christmas concert later this year in Imperial, Neb. Under the direction of Joel Grosbach of Enders, Neb., the first practice will take place Sunday, Sept. 23, from 1:30-3:30 p.m. at Zion Luth...
  • JH girls play host to Burlington

    Holyoke’s junior high volleyball team hosted Burlington Thursday, Sept. 13 and won two of the three matches. The A team had a tough road in front of them when they fell 13-25 in the first set last Thursday. They bounced back to take the next two sets 2...
  • School menu

    Sept. 24-28 Elementary Breakfast Monday, Sept. 24: Breakfast burrito or bagel with toppings, baked apple slices, milk. Tuesday, Sept. 25: French toast sticks or cereal choice with yogurt, peaches, milk, juice. Wednesday, Sept. 26: Breakfast burrito or...
  • Woods donates to Locks of Love

    Holyoke third-grader Haley Woods recently sat down to have 10 inches of hair chopped off the top of her head to donate to Locks of Love. Connie Ferguson at Ardie’s Beauty Barr & Boutique did the honors. Woods, the daughter of Heather Gow and Patrick...
  • Classes offered for becoming a licensed child care provider

    Since most mothers are now in the workforce, there is a large need for licensed family child care providers. Walk into any business in Northeast Colorado, and odds are one will find at least one person there with a child in some form of child care. Most ...
  • Take precautions against West Nile

    As of Friday, Sept. 7, 51 human cases of West Nile virus had been reported to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. This is a sharp increase over 2011, when there were just seven cases, but significantly below the 578 cases in 2007 an...
  • VFW district meeting is this Sunday in Wray

    Veterans of Foreign Wars and Auxiliaries invite all members to the first meeting of the year of District 4 on Sept. 23 at noon at Wray Post 4671, 119 E. 3rd. This is a carry-in lunch meeting and a chance to listen to and question a state officer of each g...
  • College student news

    Samantha Redfern, daughter of Ann and Houston McConnell, is a senior at the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley. She is majoring in criminal justice. Samantha recently started an internship as a deputy probation officer at the Weld County Probatio...
  • Dee to be featured at Yuma Art Show

    Autumn is coming. The trees are turning, the sky is developing that deep fall blue, and the Yuma Arts Association Art Show and Sale is just around the corner—Oct. 5-11. Enter artwork from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 5 at First Presbyterian Church in Yum...
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  • See it like C-Lee

    The boys of fall Let’s all take a big sigh of relief. It’s here! That’s right, we just completed the third weekend of college football and the second week of NFL games! Not to mention high schoolers across the country flip the lights on every Frid...
  • Extension Corner

    NASA and the Associated Landscape Contractors of America (ALCA) collaborated in a joint study based on 15 indoor plants. Dr. Bill Wolverton, a former research scientist of NASA, lead a team of researchers for two years testing house plants and their effec...
  • “Farm Bill” affects all of us and needs to be passed

    There is a lot of talk these days about the “Farm Bill,” which is currently being debated in Washington, DC. The truth is that much of the discussion and the delay has nothing to do with farms. More than two-thirds of the bill is actually made up of ...