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  • Abts Express starts process to convert to full pharmacy

    Travis and Melissa Bumgardner, Pharm.D, owners of Abts Pharmacy in Julesburg and Haxtun, announced they have started the process of converting Abts Express in Holyoke into a pharmacy. Anticipating the process could take around eight months, they tentativ...
  • First Dollars of profit presented

    Holyoke Chamber of Commerce was busy handing out first dollars of profit last week. Above, Travis and Melissa Bumgardner, Pharm.D of Abts Express receive their first dollar from Chamber executive director Mary Tomky Wednesday, Aug. 29.Below, Dave and Shei...
  • Changes made to FSA forms

    USDA Colorado Farm Service Agency state executive director Trudy Kareus recently announced that calendar year 2012 brings several changes to the way FSA reports a producer’s farm program payments to the producer and to IRS. In past years, IRS Forms 109...
  • Antique tractor show set for Greeley

    For anyone who has an itch to be around old tractors, machinery and hit-and-miss engines and to watch these old tractors come to life, this is the perfect opportunity. Mark the calendar and plan to attend the Longs Peak Antique Tractor and Engine Associat...
  • Dragons win softball openers

    Holyoke Lady Dragons opened the 2012 softball season with two marks in the win column when they defeated Chase County, Neb. 12-8 and 15-5 on the Holyoke field Tuesday, Aug. 28. Trailing for three innings in the first game, the Dragons picked up eight run...
  • Dragons fall to Indians in season opener

    Holyoke’s Max Bernard Field was the site for football under the lights Friday night, Aug. 31. The Holyoke Dragons played host to St. Francis, Kan. in the home and season opener. With a new coaching staff and a fresh outlook on the season, the Dragon sq...
  • Holyoke golfers continue to impress

    Holyoke boys’ golf team continues to improve and play well. Holyoke played host to a league varsity and junior varsity tournament Wednesday, Aug. 29 at Holyoke Golf Club. The HHS varsity team continues to hold the top spot in the league after coming aw...
  • Softball team loses to tough Burlington nine

    “While Burlington was a tough competitor, it seemed that the girls kept themselves out of the games with errors,” said coach Ashley Clayton when the HHS softball team fell 5-17 and 2-12 to Burlington Saturday, Sept. 1. The Dragons never gave up, howe...
  • Thompson, Roberts make it four-straight in Labor Day golf

    Jeremy Thompson and Josh Roberts made it four straight when they won the Sept. 1-2 Labor Day weekend golf scramble at Holyoke Golf Course for the fourth straight year. The pair shot a 129 to win the tournament. They won the 2011 Labor Day tourney with a ...
  • JH girls off to quick start

    Holyoke’s junior high volleyball team had a busy week last week with three games on the schedule. Head coach Kelsey Reimink said the girls are working hard and are showing great improvement as the young season progresses. Monday, Aug. 27 they played h...
  • JH football underway

    Holyoke’s junior high football team began its season last week when Yuma came to town Monday, Aug. 27. Holyoke’s seventh-grade team lost a tough 0-40 game. Coach Corey Zeiler said this was the first real game experience many of the players had ever s...
  • School menu

    Sept. 10-14 Elementary Breakfast Monday, Sept. 10: Breakfast burrito or bagel with toppings, apple slices, milk. Tuesday, Sept. 11: Ham and cheese muffin or cereal choice with yogurt cup, chilled peaches, milk, juice. Wednesday, Sept. 12: Breakfast bu...
  • Metropolitan Opera Series coming to Holyoke at Peerless

    NCM Fathom Events, the Metropolitan Opera and the Peerless Theatre in Holyoke are presenting the 2012-13 Met Opera LIVE in High Definition in a 12-series season. Half-season and full-season tickets will allow a savings per ticket and can be purchased thr...
  • See it like C-Lee

    Manly man Zucchini. When I was little you couldn’t even get me to say that word. Now that I’m in my 20s and living by myself, I’ve decided to grow a garden each year. This is the third summer my green thumb has decided to itch. Each year, I try t...
  • Extension Corner

    Colorado State Fair: something for everyone Did you know the precursor to the current Colorado State Fair was first held in 1872, which was before Colorado was even recognized as a state? On Oct. 9, 1872, the Southern Colorado and Industrial Association...
  • The Senior Snippet

    Residents have the right to: —participate in one’s own care. —receive adequate and appropriate care. —be informed of all changes in medical condition. —participate in their own assessment, care-planning, treatment and discharge. —refuse m...
  • Snacking doesn't have to be unhealthy

    Snacking often elicits mixed reviews. Some health plans say it is important to eat several small meals or snacks during the day to keep metabolism rates in check. Other information states that snacks can be a person’s undoing, causing unnecessary weight...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoSept. 6, 2007 Local Colorado U.S. Route 6 Heritage Corp. representatives Ken Oltjenbruns and Mary Tomky are happy to announce that they have officially received their nonprofit 501c3 status approval from the IRS. Holyoke’s new video rent...
  • MV Equipment Community Calendar

    Holyoke Enterprise September 6, 2012...
  • Around Town

    Arts Council to meet Tues. to plan 2013-14 Phillips County Arts Council members will meet Tuesday, Sept. 11 at 7 p.m. at the Peerless to choose entertainment for the 2013-14 concert series season. Everyone is encouraged to come and help them make their s...