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  • Green and Growing: Tips offered for using limited irrigation

    All indications are that farmers will very likely have to cope with another hot and dry growing season in 2013. This prospect is especially troubling to irrigators in the South Platte river basin where mountain snowpack is low, and likely to remain that ...
  • Applicator credits offered

    Credits for private and commercial pesticide applicators will be offered in northeast Colorado in February. Private pesticide licenses are valid for a three-year period. During this three-year period, applicators are required to earn seven credits to ren...
  • The Senior Snippet

    Long-term care ombudsman protects residents’ rights The long-term care ombudsman advocates for residents’ rights, quality of life and care in long-term care facilities (nursing homes, boarding homes, adult family homes and veterans’ homes). The lo...
  • It's the Pitts

    Cat-astrophe Unlike Mark Twain and my grandma, I am not what you’d call a cat person; dogs are more my style. There are 90.5 million cats living in this country in 37 million homes, but if you see cat littler in my house it’s to mop up the oil spills...
  • Extension Corner

    New Year’s Resolution: Change your lawn care practices With the extreme drought in 2012, which is continuing into 2013, we need to change our previous practices. In 2013, it is predicted that we will stay in a persistent drought. Do any of us know how...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoJan. 24, 2008 Holyoke Chamber of Commerce and Phillips County Arts Council present an idea to Holyoke City Council at the Jan. 15 meeting to beautify the welcome signs located at the four entrances to town. Over 100 landowners gathered Jan...
  • Safety measures are taken at Re-1J schools

    With an ever-present commitment to the well-being of the students in the Re-1J School District, the security policy has been continually regulated and revised to make sure every possible step is taken to help prevent the schools of Holyoke from becoming t...
  • Safety measures are taken at Re-1J schools

    With an ever-present commitment to the well-being of the students in the Re-1J School District, the security policy has been continually regulated and revised to make sure every possible step is taken to help prevent the schools of Holyoke from becoming t...
  • School safety is at the forefront

    School safety can’t be emphasized enough, and local safety updates were reviewed at the Jan. 15 meeting of Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education. The Dec. 14 school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary in Connecticut brought school safety to th...
  • School safety is at the forefront

    School safety can’t be emphasized enough, and local safety updates were reviewed at the Jan. 15 meeting of Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education. The Dec. 14 school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary in Connecticut brought school safety to th...
  • Jack’s Bean Company has new owners

    Kurt Bollinberg of Bollingberg Seed Co. in Cathay, N.D. and Brian Engstrom of Engstrom Bean and Seed in Leeds, N.D. recently announced the purchase of Jack’s Bean Company. The purchase was effective Nov. 15, 2012. Bollingberg and Engstrom are dry bean ...
  • Jack’s Bean Company has new owners

    Kurt Bollinberg of Bollingberg Seed Co. in Cathay, N.D. and Brian Engstrom of Engstrom Bean and Seed in Leeds, N.D. recently announced the purchase of Jack’s Bean Company. The purchase was effective Nov. 15, 2012. Bollingberg and Engstrom are dry bean ...
  • Council aims to solve stray animal problem

    After years of working to get an animal shelter in Holyoke, it appears as though the planning will finally come to fruition. During the Jan. 15 Holyoke City Council meeting, members discussed the future possibilities. The planned shelter will be located ...
  • Council aims to solve stray animal problem

    After years of working to get an animal shelter in Holyoke, it appears as though the planning will finally come to fruition. During the Jan. 15 Holyoke City Council meeting, members discussed the future possibilities. The planned shelter will be located ...
  • Around Town

    Citywide power outage Monday A citywide power outage is planned for Monday, Jan. 28 from 1-3 p.m. for maintenance on the Holyoke substation by Western Area Power.   Community pep band set for February Musicians are needed for a community/alumni p...
  • Holyoke Enterprise Community Calendar

    Holyoke Enterprise January 24, 2013...
  • Two come-from-behind wins for HHS

    With boys’ basketball road victories over Wiggins and Burlington, the Dragons pushed their record to 4-4, winning four of their last five matches.   Holyoke 72, Wiggins 64 Tuesday, Jan. 8, the Dragons hit the road to face the Wiggins Tigers. Alt...
  • Swimmers dive into final month

    HHS swimmers dove right back into the competition this past week, heading into their final month of the 2012-13 season. The Dragons competed in a dual with Eaton Tuesday, Jan. 8 and at the Valor Invitational at Colorado School of Mines Saturday, Jan. 12....
  • Weather cancels wrestling meets

    HHS wrestlers unexpectedly had the weekend off when the Chase County Invitational in Imperial, Neb. and the Fort Collins JV tournament were canceled due to weather conditions Saturday, Jan. 12. This week, the varsity team will compete in a dual at Merino...
  • Erin Vieselmeyer tops 30 points in Wiggins

    Holyoke girls scored a big win Tuesday, Jan. 8 when they defeated Wiggins 49-21, with a standout 31 points put up by senior Erin Vieselmeyer. They followed up the win with a game in Burlington Saturday, Jan. 12, a disappointing 31-46 loss. “This past ...