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  • Wet weather makes for slow start to area wheat harvest

      The familiar summer sight of combines could be seen just across the road from Holyoke Cemetery Tuesday, July 6 as wheat harvest was kicked off. Randy Helgoth and another combine were seen cutting away at wheat. The field received some attention as v...
  • Wet weather makes for slow start to area wheat harvest

      The familiar summer sight of combines could be seen just across the road from Holyoke Cemetery Tuesday, July 6 as wheat harvest was kicked off. Randy Helgoth and another combine were seen cutting away at wheat. The field received some attention as v...
  • Celebrate 50 years of service at Melissa Memorial July 22

    Melissa Memorial Hospital is celebrating 50 years of service in Holyoke. Thursday, July 22 the community is invited to the hospital. Starting the evening, MMH will join FBLA to show the completed clock tower, benches and time capsule at 5 p.m. outside th...
  • Celebrate 50 years of service at Melissa Memorial July 22

    Melissa Memorial Hospital is celebrating 50 years of service in Holyoke. Thursday, July 22 the community is invited to the hospital. Starting the evening, MMH will join FBLA to show the completed clock tower, benches and time capsule at 5 p.m. outside th...
  • Clocktower, time capsule to be unveiled

    Tightly connected to recent work done at Melissa Memorial Hospital is the Holyoke Future Business Leaders of America chapter. For five years FBLA has partnered with MMH to add a clocktower at the hospital grounds. Thanks to a great amount of community su...
  • Clocktower, time capsule to be unveiled

    Tightly connected to recent work done at Melissa Memorial Hospital is the Holyoke Future Business Leaders of America chapter. For five years FBLA has partnered with MMH to add a clocktower at the hospital grounds. Thanks to a great amount of community su...
  • The Holyoke connection: WWII Japanese American evacuees embraced in CO

     Looking back at history, American patriotism was at its finest during WWII. Rationing efforts and scrap drives became a part of daily life. If citizens weren’t fighting in the war, they were supporting their “boys” back at home.  Coloradoans t...
  • The Holyoke connection: WWII Japanese American evacuees embraced in CO

     Looking back at history, American patriotism was at its finest during WWII. Rationing efforts and scrap drives became a part of daily life. If citizens weren’t fighting in the war, they were supporting their “boys” back at home.  Coloradoans t...
  • Keeping the peace one day at a time

      Holyoke Police Chief Phil Biersdorfer discusses a traffic issue with a motorist during a routine traffic stop.   —Enterprise photo Driving down the street having a good time jamming to the latest hit song, maybe talking on the cell phone or ...
  • Carnival games to be part of Phillips County Fair lineup

      Plinko will be one of the nine games featured at the Phillips County Fair. Dave Farrell of the Speer Cushion Company spent some time and crafted the plinko board, pictured, modeled after the Price Is Right’s popular game.         —Enterpr...
  • County Express receives grant

    Chris Wiant, Chief Executive Officer for the Caring for Colorado Foundation, has announced a grant of $35,000 for County Express to provide non-emergent medical transportation in Northeast Colorado. In announcing the grant award, Wiant noted that the one...
  • Zeiler attends HOBY leadership seminar

    HHS student Jordan Zeiler recently attended the Hugh O’Brian Youth (HOBY) Leadership Seminar, June 11-13 at Colorado School of Mines in Golden. High school sophomores from around the state were selected for the seminar, which focuses on leadership and ...
  • Kimble set to begin as new pharmacist

    Beginning Monday, July 12, those walking through the doors at Pamida in Holyoke to get prescriptions filled will be greeted by a new face. Spencer Kimble is set to begin his duties as the new pharmacist at Pamida after recently moving to town with his wi...
  • July 4th races offer plenty of action

      A group of modified drivers round turn three Sunday night at Phillips County Raceway. John Hansen took the checkered flag.  —Enterprise photo The weather stayed calm and allowed for some exciting racing action at Phillips County Raceway Sunda...
  • Another Perspective

    Amongst changing world, some things stay constant Why should I be surprised that June has already slipped away? When I think I have somewhat of a free day, it seems it’s over before it ever really starts. I guess that’s better than having time dr...
  • Reader praises Dan Goddard story

    Dear Editor: I wish to express a simple but profound three-fold thank you to Dan Goddard, Jes-c Brandt and The Holyoke Enterprise. To you, Dan, for telling your story of living with paranoid schizophrenia. You told the good news and the bad news, the vic...
  • Questions about America looked at

    Dear Editor: Bounty off the grill, gatherings with friends and family and of course fireworks all add up to a wonderful 4th of July celebration. But as we commemorate the anniversary of our independence and the birth of our country, what has made America...
  • Event Center to be ready for county fair

     County construction projects, equipment purchases and new employees highlighted business for Phillips County Commissioners last month as reported at their Wednesday, June 30 meeting.  Paving work at Phillips County Event Center should be completed i...
  • Event Center to be ready for county fair

     County construction projects, equipment purchases and new employees highlighted business for Phillips County Commissioners last month as reported at their Wednesday, June 30 meeting.  Paving work at Phillips County Event Center should be completed i...
  • It's just about that time

    Fourth of July weekend usually is about the time farmers hit the fields and the first loads of wheat are cut. Rains over the holiday weekend put a halt on harvesting. Grainland Co-op grain merchandiser Steve Young said some test runs had been done but no...