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  • Thinking About Health

    Hospital mistakes still kill too many Few people go to the hospital expecting their hospital stay to kill them. But sometimes it does. No one is sure of the precise number of people who die because of mistakes made in hospitals, but it’s not small. Eve...
  • Extension Corner

    Women manage stress for better health According to 2009 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data, heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women, with 291,198 victims that year. That is 1 in 4 women who die of heart disease. Only 54 percent of women r...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoFeb. 4, 2010 U.S. Department of Energy secretary Steven Chu recently notified the Phillips County commissioners that they are one of six recipients of the Community Renewable Energy Deployment Grant. The award is $2.5 million. Phillips Cou...
  • Community leaders awarded at Gala

    A record turnout enjoyed the 22nd annual Chamber of Commerce Gala Monday evening, Feb. 2, at the Phillips County Event Center. Family and friends shared in the acknowledgement of those nominated by local residents and selected for honors for their contri...
  • Community leaders awarded at Gala

    A record turnout enjoyed the 22nd annual Chamber of Commerce Gala Monday evening, Feb. 2, at the Phillips County Event Center. Family and friends shared in the acknowledgement of those nominated by local residents and selected for honors for their contri...
  • Schelling justice walk to mark 2 years

    When a child lives across the country, across a border or perhaps across the ocean, seeing them may be limited to a once-a-year occasion. That can be difficult enough. But imagine not seeing, hearing from or even knowing where they are — No, don’t ima...
  • Schelling justice walk to mark 2 years

    When a child lives across the country, across a border or perhaps across the ocean, seeing them may be limited to a once-a-year occasion. That can be difficult enough. But imagine not seeing, hearing from or even knowing where they are — No, don’t ima...
  • PC Telcom stays ahead of the game with fiber network

    “It’s amazing today how many devices are used and connected to the Internet,” said Michael Cline, marketing manager at PC Telcom. And even though the Digital Age is speeding forward at increasing rates, PC Telcom is ready to keep up. “Fiber is l...
  • PC Telcom stays ahead of the game with fiber network

    “It’s amazing today how many devices are used and connected to the Internet,” said Michael Cline, marketing manager at PC Telcom. And even though the Digital Age is speeding forward at increasing rates, PC Telcom is ready to keep up. “Fiber is l...
  • Around Town

    Siblings Sat. planned Feb. 7 Preschool, elementary and junior high age kids are encouraged to take their siblings and attend a Siblings Saturday event Saturday, Feb. 7, from 1-3 p.m. at the HHS old gym. Games will be played in the special event to encou...
  • FB group to be a haven for ‘Holyokean’ ideas

    A community is made great through interaction, openness and support among its members as they work to grow and thrive. This is certainly true, and much more so, in small communities. “It’s about showing appreciation for other people,” said Kayla Kn...
  • Pregnancy center shares stories of life

    “It’s amazing to see how God puts all the pieces of the puzzle together,” said Don Smith, board president of A Caring Pregnancy Resource Center. Community members saw a glimpse of how stories of life are woven together and fit into place at the cent...
  • Mark calendar for Quilts of Valor sewing day Feb. 7

    Saturday, Feb. 7, has been designated a national sewing day for Quilts of Valor, and local residents will have the opportunity to volunteer a bit of time and service at Creative Traditions, 115 S. Interocean Ave. in Holyoke. On Feb. 7, quilters across Am...
  • Holyoke hosts honor band festival for area schools

    A wonderful concert was presented to family, friends and the community Monday evening, Jan. 26, at the HHS auditorium at the conclusion of Monday’s honor band festival. Eight instrumentalists from the Holyoke High School band auditioned and were select...
  • 6-year-old donates 9” of her hair

    Sujey Bustillos, 6-year-old daughter of Salvador and Yazmin Bustillos of Holyoke, donated 9 inches of her hair to Locks of Love after Misti Redman gave her a haircut Saturday, Jan. 24. To view the full article, consider an e-Subscription to the Enterpris...
  • Powell to play FB at Hastings

    HHS senior Wyatt Powell recently signed to play football next fall with the Hastings College Broncos in Hastings, Neb. Pictured at the signing session this past weekend are Powell and his parents, pictured in front from left, Monica, Wyatt and Merle (also...
  • Swim season in final stretch

    With a couple of weeks off official competition, the Holyoke girls’ swim team is training hard for the Tri-Valley Conference meet scheduled Feb. 6-7 in Greeley. Last week, the girls competed well at the league relays in Windsor Tuesday, Jan. 20, and at...
  • Lady Dragons roll over Rams

    Last weekend turned out to be a big morale booster on the basketball court for the Lady Dragons as they marched over the Merino Rams 47-17 while on the road Friday, Jan. 23. Holyoke came out shooting, taking an 11-4 lead which increased to a score of 26-...
  • Dragons hold off Rams on road

    Dragon varsity basketball boys grabbed the Rams by the horns Friday night, Jan. 23, in Merino and took home a 54-39 victory. Holyoke’s small first-half lead was created by a strong first quarter followed by a second period in which Merino closed the ga...
  • Stewart, Struckmeyer place at Invitational in Lexington

    In an extremely tough wrestling tournament with many state placers and several state champs, Holyoke competed at the John Higgins Invite in Lexington, Neb., Saturday, Jan. 24. Luke Stewart at 160 lbs. and Sid Struckmeyer at 285 both earned placings for t...