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  • Brittney shares a Christmas smile

        Christmas this year was undoubtably unlike any the Ferguson family could have imagined. During this holiday season, though, the Fergusons were blessed with an amazing Christmas present: Brittney’s smile. Connie described her daughter’s smile as...
  • 5 wrestle in Rocky Mountain Nationals

        A first-time national championship was earned by HHS Dragon wrestler Chad Stroh when he won the 18 and under, 125-lb. class in the Rocky Mountain Nationals Who’s That Tournament Saturday, Jan. 3.    In the same tourney, HHS freshman Mark Edmon...
  • European tour planned

     Holyoke High School Science Club is looking for people in the community to join them on an educational tour from Athens to Rome May 27-June 4. So far seven people have signed up for the European trip, according to Tracy Trumper, local science teacher...
  • Lost items returned, local resident inspired

        Nobody likes to hear bad news, but sometimes the good news that comes with it can be a huge inspiration.     Dorothy Ortner recently ran into her own share of bad news, but fortunately it was coupled with not only good, but with great news.   ...
  • Health is not a condition of matter, but of mind

    Resolute Resolutions    Before the New Year becomes not so new and the resolutions begin to fade into forgetfulness, this week’s article harps again on the benefits of exercise. I hope that by learning a bit about exercise and its benefits for your b...
  • It's the Pitts

    What Would Grandpa Say?    I don’t know quite what to say or think about what is going on in this country, although I do wonder what great leaders like Abraham Lincoln, George Washington and Ronald Reagan would say. I bet Will Rogers and Mark Twain w...
  • Message for Xmas thieves

    Dear Editor,    A note to those Christmas thieves who took our ornamental concrete donkey: You left the cart and the man that goes with it. You might as well complete your despicable thievery and take everything.    P.S. It was a special gift from a...
  • It's all about the economy

    By K.C. Mason    DENVER—That’s the consensus of the four Republican men and one Democratic woman who will be representing most of northeastern Colorado in the 2009 General Assembly that convenes Wednesday in Denver.    To be sure, Sens. Greg Bro...
  • Commissioners adopt 2009 budget

        Phillips County Commissioners adopted the 2009 county budget Tuesday, Dec. 9. The county mill levy has remained at 28.28 since 1992, and the commissioners again adopted the mill levy of 28.28.                          2008 Mill...
  • Memories of Depression era shared by Regent Park residents

        Drought, starvation, grasshoppers, rabbits and, above all else, dust. These are the recurring subjects mentioned over and over by those recalling the hard years of the 1930s, or “dirty thirties.”    Life during the years of the Great Depress...
  • 2008 weather largely similar to last year

        The 2007 weather report depicted the year as mild, and predicted similar weather for 2008. This year has, however, brought higher highs, more precipitation and an equally chilling low. Most striking were the higher amount of variation in temperatur...
  • Be prepared for the switch to DTV

     The Feb. 17 date set for the transition from analog to digital television is quickly approaching. All major full power television stations are being required by Congress to convert to digital broadcasting.  Region One Translator Association, which af...
  • County updates project progress

        Besides working on the 2009 budget, Phillips County Commissioners were also involved with several construction projects during the month of December. Updates on these projects were given by the board when they met Wednesday, Dec. 31.    First, t...
  • Christopher Hansen claims Holyoke's 1st Baby of the Year honors on Jan. 3

    By Brenda Johnson Brandt    “Okay, Cowboy,” said a proud J.J. Hansen as he carried his son Christopher to his wife Samantha so they could participate in the “First Baby of the Year” photo shoot at Melissa Memorial Hospital.    Christopher Ma...
  • Deaths reported in 2008

        Kathy Spelts, Haxtun, Jan. 1.    Myrtle Hahlweg, Julesburg, Jan. 2.    Jay Rasmussen, Julesburg, Jan. 11.    Michael Anderson, Wichita, Kan., Jan. 14.    Ruth Fulton, Monte Vista, Jan. 18.    Kathi Lightsey, Fort Collins, Jan. 19. ...
  • 2008 births reported in The Holyoke Enterprise

        Cliff and Leslie (Krueger) Hart, Eureka, Calif., a daughter, Ella Christine Hart, Oct. 15, 2007.    Jeffrey and Sara McCune, Cincinnati, Ohio, a son, Joshua Robert McCune, Dec. 19, 2007.    Ryan Frye and Connie Carthy, Ogallala, Neb., a son, ...
  • Depression era in Phillips Co. chronicled

        As 2008 draws to a close, recent newspaper headlines predicting economic doom and gloom make people anxious for what 2009 may bring. Wall Street bailouts, the mortgage crisis and the bankruptcy of major corporations have people wondering if the wor...
  • Larson leaves MMH; interim CFO hired ’til replacement found

        Shelly Larson has decided to step down from her position as Melissa Memorial Hospital’s CFO. Until a more permanent employee can be found to replace her, Jim Rush of Oregon will be acting as interim CFO.    A resolution allowing the temporary ...
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  • Former residents support the troops

      Former Holyoke residents Gordan Miller (of Greeley), pictured in center, and Bill Harmon (of Garden City, Kan.), at right, feel honored to have been contacted by Steaks for Troops to show support for the U.S. troops.  An organization called Stea...