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  • 2 teachers hired; band director resigns

    Math and social studies teachers were hired for Holyoke JR/SR High for the 2014-15 school year, while the resignation of band director Miko Martinez was accepted at the July 8 meeting of the Re-1J Board of Education. Martinez’ resignation is effective ...
  • 2 teachers hired; band director resigns

    Math and social studies teachers were hired for Holyoke JR/SR High for the 2014-15 school year, while the resignation of band director Miko Martinez was accepted at the July 8 meeting of the Re-1J Board of Education. Martinez’ resignation is effective ...
  • Kinser highlights raceway fun in Salute to the King tour

    Steve Kinser, 20-time World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series champion, highlighted the Thursday, July 3, activity at Phillips County Raceway. From signing photos and greeting fans at a meet and greet dinner sponsored by S&W Auto Supply/NAPA, to dropp...
  • 14-year-old Josie Peterson on way to MLB’s All-Star Game July 14 in Minn.

    It’s a feat no one from Chase County, Neb., has accomplished. It’s only the fifth time for a Nebraska youth. Josie Peterson, 14, of Imperial, Neb., has qualified for the national Major League Baseball Pitch, Hit & Run finals and will compete July...
  • Border prepares for state tourney

    Holyoke will host the 16-18-year-old Babe Ruth state baseball tournament this weekend, with teams from Limon and Crowley County slated to participate along with the Border League, made up of players who competed as the Bombers this season. The first game...
  • Softball girls come up short at tourney

    Holyoke summer girls’ softball teams had a rough outing at the Border League tournament to end the season in Haxtun Monday-Wednesday, June 30-July 2. Neither team could secure a win as the younger girls lost both of their matches and the older girls we...
  • Area wheat harvest has promising weekend start

    Local producers have just scratched the surface of the summer wheat harvest as farmers hit the fields late last week to get started. Steve Bahnsen, Paoli Farmers Co-op manager, said he was surprised by how early some area farmers were able to start harve...
  • Students compete at FBLA nationals

    The Holyoke chapter of Future Business Leaders of America met up with chapters from all over the country for their national conference June 29-July 2 in Nashville, Tenn. Extending their stay to June 28-July 4, the students found some time for fun activit...
  • First generation European corn borer moth emerging

    Colorado State University Extension is seeing the first generation European corn borer moth at Eckley (one of their pest monitoring sites in northeastern Colorado). First generation moths prefer taller and early planted fields for laying eggs; non-Bt corn...
  • CSU ‘Faces of Energy’ photo contest set

    Colorado has it all! Sun, wind, water, oil, gas, coal, minerals and a rich cultural history associated with energy production and use. To capture the state’s collective energy story, Colorado State University has launched a first-of-its-kind photo conte...
  • Livestock program available for kids with disabilities

    “A Day at the Fair—Making the world of showing livestock a reality for all” is scheduled to be held Wednesday, Aug. 6, from 8-11 a.m. at the Yuma County Fairgrounds as part of the Yuma County Fair. This event is especially aimed at those individual...
  • Jeff Hickox joins Phillips County Sheriff’s Office

    Law enforcement in Phillips County gained another officer recently as Jeff Hickox has joined the ranks as deputy sheriff. Hickox brings three seasons of state park seasonal ranger work to the table as he looks to continue along his law enforcement career...
  • Hinrichs family of flagpole painters leaves mark on town

    As Daniel Hinrichs clung to a flagpole roughly 50 feet in the air, his father Warren Hinrichs had both feet firmly planted on the dirt below him in the arena at Phillips County Event Center, flipping through a notebook containing newspaper clippings, phot...
  • 125th anniversary section earns two national awards

    Collaborative efforts for the City of Holyoke’s 125th anniversary special section published by The Holyoke Enterprise earned two awards in this year’s National Newspaper Association Better Newspaper Contest. The 36-page newspaper section was featured...
  • It’s time to prepare for Fair open class, special themes

    Bean recipes, quilts added to contests this year The July 20-27 Phillips County Fair is just around the corner, so it’s time to get ready for the open class competition and special themes contests. New to this year’s Fair is Jack’s Bean Company’...
  • Espinoza’s stone sculpting featured at Art Center in July

    The art of Mardelle (Pocock) Espinoza of Stone Age II Studio in Denver is the featured exhibit at Prairie Winds Art Center during July. Espinoza is a former resident of Holyoke, and the Art Center is proud to display her sculpture and paintings. Espinoza...
  • Dee’s painting is juried into Pastel Society show

    Nancy Dee’s pastel painting, “Morgan County Angular Moment,” has been juried into the 10th annual Mile High International Pastel Exhibit hosted by The Pastel Society of Colorado. Paintings will be on display at Denver Public Library July 14-Aug. 30...
  • Free concerts in Fort Morgan July 11-12

    Popular British blues-rock band Foghat is the headliner at this year’s BobStock free concert weekend in Fort Morgan City Park July 11-12. Thousands of music lovers will bring blankets and picnics to the park on Friday night, July 11, to hear the Paula ...
  • Quilts to be judged at Haxtun Corn Fest show

    High Plains Heritage Quilters are preparing for their 30th Haxtun Corn Festival Quilt Show Saturday, Sept. 27, at the Haxtun Community Center, 125 E. Wilson St. The show will be open from 11 a.m.-4:30 p.m. This will be a Colorado Quilting Council judged ...
  • Dr. Cappello named to State Board of Health

    Tuesday, June 17, Gov. John Hickenlooper announced the appointment of Dr. Tony Cappello, public health director of the Northeast Colorado Health Department, to the State Board of Health. The board is responsible for advising the executive director of the...