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  • HHS duals Cougars

    Only three matches were wrestled in the dual wrestling competition at Burlington Thursday, Jan. 22, but the Dragons won two of the three and picked up the dual win. Nick Ortner won his 138-lb. match with a pin in 1:28 over Nathan Foos. Luke Stewart pinn...
  • Colorado legislative week reviewed

    Supt. Miles among those testifying for HB 1058 concerning negative factorConnect for Health Colorado, the state’s health benefits exchange, could go under the microscope under a bill approved last week by the Senate Health and Human Services Committee. ...
  • School board meeting set for Tuesday, Feb. 3

    Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education will meet Tuesday, Feb. 3, at 7 p.m. in HJHS Room No. 218. The superintendent’s report will include the 2015-16 school calendar, PARCC assessment waiver and gift acknowledgement. To view the full articl...
  • Camblin, Vieselmeyer sell steers at Stock Show

    Several Holyoke youth competed at the National Western Stock Show held Jan. 10-25 in Denver. A record-setting attendance on opening day led to a fantastic show all around. In addition to the results reported in last week’s Enterprise, results follow fo...
  • New year, new business possibility in county with Haxtun sewing center

    The new year brings possibilities for a new main street business in downtown Haxtun. Several dozen community members attended a Jan. 5 meeting hosted by the Phillips County Economic Development Corporation to discuss the likelihood of establishing an appa...
  • The Farming Evolution 2015 to be in Holyoke Feb. 12-13

    Mark the calendar and plan to be at Phillips County Event Center in Holyoke Feb. 12-13, for The Farming Evolution 2015 — an exciting, informative and motivational day with Gabe Brown and Ray Archuleta. Thursday, Feb. 12, will have a farming focus from ...
  • No-till conference is Feb. 3-4

    Balancing the needs of a large membership is the goal of the 27th annual High Plains No-Till Conference Feb. 3-4 in Burlington. With members who are considering no-till and members who have been implementing no-till for 20 or more years, offering them al...
  • FFA members set for district competition

    Holyoke High School’s FFA chapter recently conducted its local speaking events in preparation for district competition. Four students presented the FFA creed from memorization. Freshmen Taylor Hendrix and Tobin Moore will be moving on to districts to c...
  • USDA reminds livestock producers of deadline for disaster assistance

    Leland Swenson, state executive director of the Colorado Farm Service Agency, reminds livestock producers that the Jan. 30 deadline to request assistance for losses suffered from Oct. 1, 2011, through Dec. 31, 2014, is fast approaching. Applications for ...
  • Guest Column

    Bertrand Russell, a British philosopher born in the 1800s once said, “With the introduction of agriculture, mankind entered upon a long period of meanness, misery and madness, from which they are only now being freed by the beneficent operation of the m...
  • Extension Corner

    4-H promotes community pride activities 4-H members have various requirements they need to achieve in order to have a complete project. Each project has its own project completion requirements. Each 4-H club has its own set of guidelines for club complet...
  • It's the Pitts

    Cattle barons Being a son of a proud member of the Daughters of the American Revolution, it pains me to say this, but the British played a big role in the founding of the range cattle industry in this country. Because the No. 1 son in England inherited ...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoJan. 28, 2010 Seeking to avoid reducing students’ grades due to attendance, a JR/SR high attendance committee has drafted a new policy for consideration that makes attendance a behavior issue, not an academic one. HHS freshman Trae McCal...
  • Amp up comfort food favs

    Packed with nostalgia and mouthwatering flavors that bring people back to mom’s home cooking, comfort food offers warm feelings on even the most bitter cold days. However, those time-honored recipes are usually packed with calorie- and fat-laden ingredi...
  • Plans for new Mini Park begin

    As many have probably noticed, the Lions Club Mini Park at the stoplight in Holyoke has been largely deconstructed. Tuesday morning, Jan. 20, city workers began the removal of the long-standing structure that had been declining in appearance as well as sa...
  • Plans for new Mini Park begin

    As many have probably noticed, the Lions Club Mini Park at the stoplight in Holyoke has been largely deconstructed. Tuesday morning, Jan. 20, city workers began the removal of the long-standing structure that had been declining in appearance as well as sa...
  • Worley resigns as PCED director

    Phillips County Economic Development board president Nici Akey addressed the Holyoke City Council at its regular meeting Tuesday, Jan. 20, announcing that PCED executive director Julie Worley has resigned from her position. According to Akey, Worley wil...
  • Worley resigns as PCED director

    Phillips County Economic Development board president Nici Akey addressed the Holyoke City Council at its regular meeting Tuesday, Jan. 20, announcing that PCED executive director Julie Worley has resigned from her position. According to Akey, Worley wil...
  • Holyoke joins BOCES districts for louder voice

    Emphasizing its belief in the value of coming together with area school boards to take a formal position on statewide graduation requirements and state assessments, the Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education finalized some position points at its...
  • Holyoke joins BOCES districts for louder voice

    Emphasizing its belief in the value of coming together with area school boards to take a formal position on statewide graduation requirements and state assessments, the Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education finalized some position points at its...