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  • Holyoke Enterprise Community Calendar

    Holyoke Enterprise November 15, 2012...
  • From lobsters to mad hatters, costume originality reigns

    Eleven costume divisions proved a challenge for judges and solid entertainment for the crowd at the Holyoke Lions Club annual costume contest on Halloween night. Prizes in each age division included $5 for first place, $2 for second and $1 for third. Eve...
  • Tastefully brilliant melodrama has audience eating out of their hands

    Phillips County Players had the audience eating out of their hands in the hilarious and tasty “Someone Save My Baby, Ruth! Or... Foil That Villain!” The melodrama, directed by Penny Dockins, was a sweet treat presented at the Peerless Theatre Sunday,...
  • CineMagic Success

    CineMagic, a fundraiser for the Peerless Theatre in Holyoke, was deemed an extreme success Saturday, Nov. 3. Members of the board of directors for Golden Plains Recreation Center (GPRC) hope to make this an annual event. Thirteen titled tables were sold,...
  • Methodists celebrate 125th with vision of a future with hope

    “Visioning a Future with Hope” was the sermon message at First United Methodist Church of Holyoke Sunday, Nov. 4 as the congregation and guests celebrated the church’s 125th anniversary. Rev. Skip Strickland, district superintendent, delivered the ...
  • Bowling alley purchase finalized by Phillips County

    Phillips County’s purchase of the bowling alley property immediately east of the courthouse is now finalized, reported commissioners at their Oct. 31 meeting. They purchased Lots 10 and 11 in Block 20 of the Original Town of Holyoke for $65,000. Also ...
  • Brenna Sullivan wins local Lions peace poster contest

    Holyoke sixth-grader Brenna Sullivan has taken the first step to becoming an internationally recognized artist by winning a local competition sponsored by Holyoke Lions Club. Sullivan’s poster was among more than 350,000 entries submitted worldwide in ...
  • I'm Just Cookin'

    Celebrate in StyleThe turkey’s in the oven, the pumpkin pie is to die for, and the delicious smells of Thanksgiving are overwhelming the house. You’re all set for a perfect Thanksgiving feast, and thanks to some decorating dos and don’ts, you’ve a...
  • City Council sees short agenda Monday night

    Holyoke City Council saw a short agenda at its Monday, Nov. 5 regular meeting. The council moved the meeting to Monday to allow the city clerk/treasurer Kathy Olofson to serve as an election judge Tuesday, Nov. 6. Following the consent agenda, council m...
  • Determined Dragons beat Huskies

    A determined and hungry Holyoke Dragon football team took the field at Platte Canyon High School Saturday, Nov. 3. For the seniors on the team, it was a goal of theirs to reach the playoffs, now it was time to win. And win they did. It was Holyoke celeb...
  • Holyoke Enterprise Community Calendar

    Holyoke Enterprise November 8, 2012...
  • Lady Dragons end season at regional volleyball

    For the third time in HHS volleyball history, the Lady Dragons represented Holyoke in the regional volleyball tournament. Facing tough competition, the Dragons ended their season with two losses to Akron and Lyons last Friday, Nov. 9.Maddie King (at left...
  • Smith recognized

    Colorado State University’s athletic department honored athletes for their hard work in the classroom, alongside their chosen most influential faculty members. The Ram Scholar-Athlete Brunch, which was held Sunday, Oct. 7 at the Lory Student Center in ...
  • School Menu

    Nov. 12-16 Elementary Breakfast Monday, Nov. 12: French toast sticks or cereal with string cheese, chilled fruit, milk. Tuesday, Nov. 13: Breakfast burrito or fruit muffin with graham cracker, chilled fruit, milk, juice. Wednesday, Nov. 14: Sausage an...
  • Kiddos exercise right to vote

    Four years ago, one of Holyoke Elementary’s first-grade classes held a small mock election in conjunction with the real presidential election. Tuesday, Nov. 6 on Election Day, Theresa Tharp’s fifth-grade class got into the spirit and helped organize ...
  • Drumroll Please

    Halloween hijinks My being the resident parent in the elementary girls’ house at a boarding school since last summer has created a—unique—environment. Our household has developed all sorts of habits and traditions. On Saturdays we eat waffles. On ...
  • Extension Corner

    The wide world of 4-H For many residents of small, rural communities, being involved in 4-H means showing a livestock project at county fair. While livestock projects are definitely among the most popular projects in rural counties, 4-H offers so much mo...
  • Pit bull letter strikes response

    In reference to last week’s letter to the editor. I owned a pit bull just like Patty Coyne, and the same thing happened to me somewhat. The only difference was the county/city police came on my property and untied my pit bull and took it out in the cou...
  • Sold out by the RRWCD

    In June of 2009, an extremely lucrative contract was quietly signed between the Cure Land Co. LLC and the Republican River Water Conservation District (RRWCD). It was then delivered to the Yuma County recorder’s office in Wray without fanfare or much pu...
  • Citizen concerned with lease

    I attended a recent meeting of the RRWCD. I had three items to present. One, I wanted the District’s position on the Cure targeted CREP since it was stopped. I asked if the RRWCD was going to try to overturn USDA’s position. It took Mr. Coryall a litt...