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  • The Joy Mission to broadcast conference in Julesburg next week

    Once again, The Joy Mission, Third and Maple streets in Julesburg, is offering Kenneth Copeland’s Southwest Believer’s Convention Monday-Saturday, June 30-July 5. There is no charge for the event, which will be broadcast live by Internet from Fort Wor...
  • The Addict’s Mom

    Is marijuana harmful? In elections across the country, voters are deciding if marijuana (pot) should be legalized in their states, a topic which is both controversial, and for many, tragic. The decision becomes even more difficult when the President of t...
  • Extension Corner

    “America’s Best” at the Phillips County Fair According to Wikipedia, a fair is a gathering of people to display or trade produce or other goods, to parade or display animals and often to enjoy associated carnival or fun fair entertainment, and if o...
  • Thinking About Health

    Pushing back against high-priced medicines Many Americans have begun to realize they’re paying too much for prescription drugs. And maybe—just maybe—a national conversation on the topic has begun, sparked by the introduction last year of Sovaldi, t...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoJune 25, 2009 Howling winds from the west brought with them pounding rain and hail to the Holyoke and Amherst area Thursday night, June 18, resulting in a 27 percent loss to the county wheat crop. Greg Was officially began his role as CFO ...
  • Holyoke to pursue application under Innovation Schools Act

    During the five-hour school board retreat that followed the short board meeting last Tuesday, June 17, the Re-1J board reviewed a proposal from Superintendent Bret Miles on the Rural Agility Project. Miles was asked to follow through with an application ...
  • Around Town

    Primary results to appear in next week’s Enterprise No local races were seen in the Colorado primary election held Tuesday, June 24. Next week’s Enterprise will carry information regarding the Phillips County vote as compared to the outcome on the s...
  • Storm misses Holyoke; tornado confirmed

    Severe storms have been no stranger to this part of the country in the month of June, but Holyoke residents are counting themselves lucky when the worst of a June 18 thunderstorm missed the city. Other parts of the county were not as lucky. Haxtun and ru...
  • Storm misses Holyoke; tornado confirmed

    Severe storms have been no stranger to this part of the country in the month of June, but Holyoke residents are counting themselves lucky when the worst of a June 18 thunderstorm missed the city. Other parts of the county were not as lucky. Haxtun and ru...
  • KCI requests use of Holyoke water tower for broadband

    During a brief meeting Tuesday, June 17, Holyoke City Council members discussed the possibility of placing broadband Internet equipment from Kentec Communications, Inc. out of Sterling on the city water tower. City Superintendent Mark Brown noted that Ch...
  • KCI requests use of Holyoke water tower for broadband

    During a brief meeting Tuesday, June 17, Holyoke City Council members discussed the possibility of placing broadband Internet equipment from Kentec Communications, Inc. out of Sterling on the city water tower. City Superintendent Mark Brown noted that Ch...
  • Lost in translation

    Rachel Schneider translates 29th German book as surprise for local WWII veteran The lives of one concentration camp prisoner and one paratrooper have consumed the life of Rachel Schneider as she begins her summer break after her first year at Washington ...
  • Lost in translation

    Rachel Schneider translates 29th German book as surprise for local WWII veteran The lives of one concentration camp prisoner and one paratrooper have consumed the life of Rachel Schneider as she begins her summer break after her first year at Washington ...
  • Budget authorizes salary payment from beginning balance

    Adopting the June budget for 2014-15, Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education authorized the use of $60,000 from the beginning fund balance for a one-time staff salary payment. Action on the budget was handled at the June 17 board meeting, which...
  • Budget authorizes salary payment from beginning balance

    Adopting the June budget for 2014-15, Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education authorized the use of $60,000 from the beginning fund balance for a one-time staff salary payment. Action on the budget was handled at the June 17 board meeting, which...
  • 56 vehicles make Dandelion Daze biggest in 10 years

    Fifty-six vehicles made up this year’s 14th annual Dandelion Daze car show Saturday, June 14, making it one of the biggest turnouts for the event in a decade. The weather was warm with a slight breeze during the day as car owners made sure their vehicl...
  • Youth pastor interns at First Christian

    This summer, youth ministry is the focus for Robert White, a senior at Summit Christian College in Gering, Neb. He is settling in at First Christian Church in Holyoke as an intern under Pastor Merle Powell, who used to be a professor at the college. Whit...
  • Hospice honors Keith Rundall for military service

    It was “Anchors Aweigh” last week at Hospice of the Plains. World War ll Navy veteran Keith Rundall, pictured at right, was honored by Hospice of the Plains staff and American Legion Service Officer Fred Kubitz, at left, with a Certificate of Apprecia...
  • Henderson returns for Circle of Friends

    Circle of Friends women’s ministry continues with their “Stand Firm When Life Changes” series with an event Friday, June 20, from 7-9 p.m. at SunSet View Community Room, 700 block of South Bowman Avenue in Holyoke. Stephanie Henderson is back as th...
  • Neugebauer named judge in Sedg. Co.

    Gov. John Hickenlooper recently appointed Tera Neugebauer to the Sedgwick County Court. The vacancy is due to the resignation of the Honorable Tawna Holmstedt. Neugebauer is currently a sheriff’s deputy at the Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office. From 2...