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  • Branding 101: Tips to building a brand for small businesses

    Building a brand is essential for small businesses hoping to thrive in a competitive business market. Because consumers are still pinching pennies and looking to stretch every dollar, today’s market is as competitive as ever, but a brand can be used to ...
  • Budget a concern to reader

    Dear Editor, GOD BLESS AMERICA!!! I believe He has in the past and will again in the future; I still have hope. 2 Chronicles 7:14 says, “And My people who are called by My name will humble themselves and pray and seek My face and turn from their wicke...
  • Extension Corner

    Recharging our 4-H batteries As October draws near, 4-H members are focusing on completing one year and beginning a new one. This is a busy month for members, parents and club leaders alike. National 4-H Week is Oct. 1-7 and celebration preparations are...
  • The Senior Snippet

    Residents have the right to vote. Every year the National Consumer Voice for Quality Long-Term Care honors residents living in a long-term care facility by designating a month (October) as Residents’ Rights Month. This year the theme is: “My Voice, M...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoOct. 4, 2007 John Ayoub has been offered a contract for the CEO position at Melissa Memorial Hospital after serving as interim administrator since March 1. Phillips County Commissioners voice concern that time is running out to raise funds...
  • On the road again

    “I’m here to win souls for God and live a slower-paced life.” Randy Boehmer hit the road four and a half years ago with a couple covered wagons and his five mules: Frank, Jesse, Dick, Jack and Butch. Now, 20 states and dozens of newspaper interview...
  • On the road again

    “I’m here to win souls for God and live a slower-paced life.” Randy Boehmer hit the road four and a half years ago with a couple covered wagons and his five mules: Frank, Jesse, Dick, Jack and Butch. Now, 20 states and dozens of newspaper interview...
  • MMH hires family nurse practitioner

    A new family nurse practitioner was hired by MMH and was scheduled to begin orientation Monday, Oct. 1, according to MMH administrator John Ayoub. Ayoub informed East Phillips County Hospital Board members of the hire during their regular meeting Tuesday...
  • MMH hires family nurse practitioner

    A new family nurse practitioner was hired by MMH and was scheduled to begin orientation Monday, Oct. 1, according to MMH administrator John Ayoub. Ayoub informed East Phillips County Hospital Board members of the hire during their regular meeting Tuesday...
  • Meet the commissioner candidates

    Phillips County will elect two county commissioners Tuesday, Nov. 6. Republican candidate Harlan Stern of Holyoke is running unopposed for the District 2 seat while Republican Don Lock and unaffiliated candidate Carl Wirth, both of Haxtun, vie for the Di...
  • Meet the commissioner candidates

    Phillips County will elect two county commissioners Tuesday, Nov. 6. Republican candidate Harlan Stern of Holyoke is running unopposed for the District 2 seat while Republican Don Lock and unaffiliated candidate Carl Wirth, both of Haxtun, vie for the Di...
  • Around Town

    Holyoke’s 125th celebration planning meeting Oct. 8 A planning meeting will be held Monday, Oct. 8 at 6 p.m. at the Peerless Theatre for anyone interested in helping plan Holyoke’s 125th (quasquicentennial) celebration. Holyoke will celebrate 125 yea...
  • MV Equipment Community Calendar

    Holyoke Enterprise October 4, 2012...
  • Oberle takes over as Family Ed afterschool instructor

    Janismarie Oberle is excited to take over as the new aftershool instructor at Phillips County Family Education Services. “Hopefully we can make a positive impact in their lives,” said Oberle, noting what a great opportunity the afterschool center is ...
  • Young Americans back for music workshop, concert

    Get ready because the high-energy, super-talented Young Americans are back in Holyoke this weekend for their exciting 2012 International Music Outreach Tour. The Young Americans company of 40 staff, singers and dancers will present a three-day workshop p...
  • Tomky earns two National Newspaper Association awards

    The Holyoke Enterprise was among the winners in the 2012 National Newspaper Association’s Better Newspaper Advertising Contest. Darci Tomky, ad designer at the Enterprise, won second place for her full-page “Holiday Extravaganza” ad for Holyoke’s...
  • Law flexibility allows Holyoke School District Re-1J to reconsider zero tolerance policies

    With the recent discipline bill that removed zero tolerance policy requirements in the State of Colorado, Holyoke School District’s Board of Education is taking a look at local school district policies. Six policies involving a zero tolerance philosoph...
  • Start the day out right by joining the Walking School Bus

    Why not start out the day with a healthy choice? Holyoke School District Health Advisory Committee has been hard at work studying current practices within the district that support fitness and nutrition standards. The Walking School Bus started last scho...
  • Klein qualifies for state

    Four HHS golfers traveled to Boulder Country Club Thursday, Sept. 20 to participate in the Class 3A Northern Regional golf tournament. HHS senior Deyten Klein shot an 82 to secure his place in the 84-player state championship field. The Class 3A state g...
  • Holyoke Dragons run right past Cornerstone Christian Academy

    HHS improves to 2-2, first back-to-back wins since 2008It was all Holyoke Saturday night, Sept. 22 as the Dragon football team ran right past Cornerstone Christian Academy 55-0 in Westminster. “It was a very good win for the kids,” coach John Zilla s...