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  • Hundreds come together to celebrate 100th anniversary

    Hundreds of people gathered at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Amherst throughout the day Sunday, April 11 to celebrate the church’s 100th anniversary. On a bright and sunny day, nearly 340 attended the morning service and just over 300 made the aftern...
  • Hundreds come together to celebrate 100th anniversary

    Hundreds of people gathered at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Amherst throughout the day Sunday, April 11 to celebrate the church’s 100th anniversary. On a bright and sunny day, nearly 340 attended the morning service and just over 300 made the aftern...
  • Attendance policy, calendar reviewed

    A school calendar for 2010-11 was adopted, and first reading of a new attendance policy was approved at the April 6 meeting of Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education. Next year’s school calendar includes 173 student-teacher contact days. As a...
  • Attendance policy, calendar reviewed

    A school calendar for 2010-11 was adopted, and first reading of a new attendance policy was approved at the April 6 meeting of Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education. Next year’s school calendar includes 173 student-teacher contact days. As a...
  • Holyoke blows by Merino in Saturday doubleheader

    Austin Killin slides safely into second base during the Dragons first game against Merino Saturday, April 3. Killin finished three for four from the plate with one run and one RBI in the first game.  —Enterprise photoFor complete Dragon sports cover...
  • HHS track faces tough competition at Ogallala

    HHS trackster Alex Quintana competes in the 300 meter hurdles at last week's track meet in Ogallala, Neb.—Enterprise photoFor complete Dragon sports coverage, pick up a copy of this week's Enterprise or see our online E-edition....
  • Energy efficiency promoted; legislative contact encouraged

    Energy efficiency, as well as affordable electricity, were targeted as significant during the 72nd annual meeting of Highline Electric Association (HEA) Monday, April 5. Members were treated to a taste of new technology when “clickers” were handed ou...
  • Scoop'n the News — School is doing its homework

    Unforeseen scenarios crop up in any policy or procedure change, regardless of its magnitude. As a result, decisions involving significant change take some tweaking and certainly evaluation. Holyoke schools—from staff to administration to the board of e...
  • County receives grant for Invasives Project

    Phillips County Weed District and Soil Conservation District recently received the High Plains Invasive Project Matching Grant, reported Phillips County Commissioners at their March 31 meeting. Phillips County will be partnering with Sedgwick County in t...
  • County receives grant for Invasives Project

    Phillips County Weed District and Soil Conservation District recently received the High Plains Invasive Project Matching Grant, reported Phillips County Commissioners at their March 31 meeting. Phillips County will be partnering with Sedgwick County in t...
  • St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Amherst prepares for 100th anniversary celebration

    It began as a school in a building originally intended for use as a chicken house. Numbers grew and weekly Sunday worship services were conducted. In 1916 the first church building was dedicated. Fourteen years later, a second church was built and dedicat...
  • St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Amherst prepares for 100th anniversary celebration

    It began as a school in a building originally intended for use as a chicken house. Numbers grew and weekly Sunday worship services were conducted. In 1916 the first church building was dedicated. Fourteen years later, a second church was built and dedicat...
  • Medical marijuana dispensary moratorium extended by City

    A resolution extending the moratorium on the review of applications for medical marijuana dispensaries within the City of Holyoke was adopted at the April 5 City Council meeting. Council members voted to extend the moratorium, previously established to e...
  • Medical marijuana dispensary moratorium extended by City

    A resolution extending the moratorium on the review of applications for medical marijuana dispensaries within the City of Holyoke was adopted at the April 5 City Council meeting. Council members voted to extend the moratorium, previously established to e...
  • Holyoke grabs 2 wins against Sedgwick Co.

    The Dragons traveled to Sedgwick County, Saturday, March 27 looking for their first baseball victories of the season. They managed to capture those victories after two convincing wins over the Cougars. The two wins improve their record to 2-4. Holyoke...
  • HHS track team competes at Yuma in season opener

    2010 spring season kicked off for the HHS track team when they traveled to Yuma Tuesday, March 23 for their first meet this year. Coach Sandra Rahe was pleased with the results of the meet, noting Holyoke was few in numbers because a good portion of the ...
  • 'Breaking Up is Hard to Do' keeps audience laughing

    Taylor Haidle lets it loose and gets the crowd laughing as he opened the musical with his solo "Breaking Up is Hard to Do."From the first notes of "Breaking Up is Hard to Do," last weekend’s spring musical had the entire audience laughing, crying ... or...
  • See it like C Lee

    Oh, the madness Sixty-four. The number of teams in the NCAA tournament. March. A month in which cinderella stories and heartbreaks are made. This time of year is just another period of time when Vegas gets busy. Brackets are filled out, office pools are...
  • Easter services set

    A number of Easter services are scheduled at area churches this weekend. The following churches have planned special events: Assembly of God Friday, April 2, Holyoke’s Assembly of God Church will host a Good Friday service at 7 p.m. with communion and...
  • Four candidates vie for three City Council seats

    Three seats on Holyoke’s City Council will be filled after the upcoming April 6 election. Incumbent J.C. Peckham was appointed June 16, 2009 to fill a vacant seat left by Sara Bohrer and has decided to run for re-election. Frostteana Elmquist and Steve...