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  • Summer scores

    Tuesday, June 3 Holyoke 9-12 softball 7, Haxtun 13. Holyoke 13-15 softball 13, Haxtun 19. Wednesday, June 4 Holyoke-4 PW 7, Haxtun 2. Holyoke-3 PW 5, Holyoke-2 PW 2. Holyoke LL 10, Haxtun 2. Holyoke BR 6, Haxtun 7. Thursday, June 5 Holyoke 9-12 softb...
  • Raceway to honor Phillips County fan appreciation

    Phillips County Raceway salutes residents of the county in fan appreciation recognition at the Saturday, June 14, races. A special low price for all Phillips County residents with an ID will be offered at this week’s races. Not to ignore the out-of-co...
  • Trooper Tips—Move over to keep roadsides safe

    As we kick off summer and the heightened travel season, it seems like an appropriate time to remind people about the “Move Over” law. Already this year there have been 22 Colorado State Patrol vehicles struck. This number has already surpassed the to...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoJune 11, 2009 Grainland Co-op president/CEO Harlan Stern will be retiring July 1 after 31 years of leading the local co-op. Holyoke City Council is moving forward in its pursuit of grants to fund a walking path that would be located on the...
  • Around Town

    Fire triggers sirens Sirens rang out Friday, June 6, at 3:55 p.m. for an unreported controlled burn approximately one mile northeast of Holyoke at Highway 23 and Phillips County Road 41.  Holyoke Enterprise June 12, 2014...
  • Extension Corner

    4-H contests encourage life skill development 4-H’s overall mission is to help young people become positive, contributing members of society as they reach adulthood. There are a variety of 4-H activities that help support the overall goal of positive y...
  • It's the Pitts

    Pencil breakers I was reading a couple western lifestyle magazines recently and I really must say, I’ve never seen so many ugly boots and beautiful ranches in my life. The reason I read these magazines is to see the real estate ads for ranches I’ll ...
  • Thinking About Health

    Taking unnecessary antibiotics can be harmful How many times have you walked away from the doctor’s office with a prescription for an antibiotic to treat a cold? Probably many. Over the decades, we’ve been conditioned to believe that antibiotics are ...
  • 14th Annual Dandelion Daze rolls into town Sat.

    Now in its 14th year, the annual Dandelion Daze car show, scheduled for Saturday, June 14, at the Phillips County Courthouse lawn, has expanded to much more than a car show, incorporating several attractions for participants of all ages. Adding to the an...
  • 14th Annual Dandelion Daze rolls into town Sat.

    Now in its 14th year, the annual Dandelion Daze car show, scheduled for Saturday, June 14, at the Phillips County Courthouse lawn, has expanded to much more than a car show, incorporating several attractions for participants of all ages. Adding to the an...
  • School prelim. budget ready for approval

    With a general fund appropriation of $5.768 million and total appropriations of $7.526 million, the 2014-15 preliminary budget for Holyoke School District Re-1J is ready for board approval. No comments from the public were made at the June 3 preliminary ...
  • School prelim. budget ready for approval

    With a general fund appropriation of $5.768 million and total appropriations of $7.526 million, the 2014-15 preliminary budget for Holyoke School District Re-1J is ready for board approval. No comments from the public were made at the June 3 preliminary ...
  • Relay shines in midst of storm

    The smiling faces of Relay For Life participants were a welcome sight Friday, June 6, when a severe thunderstorm put a damper on the annual event in Haxtun. Despite the wet, windy conditions, the sun peeked out just in time for the 6 p.m. opening ceremon...
  • Relay shines in midst of storm

    The smiling faces of Relay For Life participants were a welcome sight Friday, June 6, when a severe thunderstorm put a damper on the annual event in Haxtun. Despite the wet, windy conditions, the sun peeked out just in time for the 6 p.m. opening ceremon...
  • Negotiations for pit reach an impasse

    After months of back-and-forth between the city and Robin Lake Development, it appears litigation is necessary to sort out all disagreements regarding the use of the O’Neal pit for storing a portion of the city’s drainage. While at the Holyoke City C...
  • Negotiations for pit reach an impasse

    After months of back-and-forth between the city and Robin Lake Development, it appears litigation is necessary to sort out all disagreements regarding the use of the O’Neal pit for storing a portion of the city’s drainage. While at the Holyoke City C...
  • Sullivan to study infant health in Southern Africa

    Pursuing an interest in international health, Cierra Sullivan will be spending six months in Choma, Zambia, beginning June 12, assisting in an early childhood development study. The study, funded by the Grand Challenges Canada Saving Brains Program, is m...
  • Phillips County soil health examined in new study

    In an area like Phillips County where drought is common, ensuring water is not wasted is a top priority for many producers. In an effort to make it possible to utilize as much of the moisture as possible, the United Stated Department of Agriculture-Agricu...
  • Kurtis Huss Memorial golf tournament announced

    Thursday, June 7, will mark the First Annual Kurtis Huss Memorial Tournament at Holyoke Golf Club. In honor of Huss, who died late last summer at the age of 25 after losing the fight to testicular cancer, all proceeds from the tournament will go toward t...
  • Holyoke swimmers take second place at opening meet

    The Holyoke Swim Club fell just short of first place at the Northwest Kansas Swim League opening meet on Saturday, May 31. Holyoke Swim Club took second place in the team standings, ending only three points behind Goodland, Kan. The final scores of the o...