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  • Summer softball begins

    As kids look to go on summer break at the end of this week, Holyoke’s summer softball girls will have their eyes on the first games of the season Tuesday, May 26, with games at home against Ogallala, Neb. Holyoke once again has two softball groups, a 9...
  • Burlington in 2A semifinals

    Both Sedgwick County and Haxtun, who advanced to the 2A regional baseball tournament from District 7, were eliminated from playoff action last weekend. Burlington, seeded 14th in the 16-team regional/state tourney bracket, upset No. 3 Sedgwick County 6-3...
  • PIE awards 7 grants

    Seven applications for Carnival for Classrooms grant funds were rewarded by Partners in Education at the Friday, May 15, staff meeting in the Holyoke JR/SR High Commons Area. PIE president Jade Goldenstein announced the awards and thanked the teachers for...
  • MMHF recognizes donors, recipients of scholarships

    Melissa Memorial Hospital Foundation is honored to announce the recipients of its three scholarships for the 2015-16 academic year. All recipients of the MMHF scholarships are currently pursuing a degree in the medical field. MMHF Charla Berry Memorial S...
  • Ortner scholarship awards continuation of commitment

    Joseph W. and Theresa M. Ortner Family Scholarship funds were awarded for the first time a year ago, to then-HHS graduating senior Trevor Dalton. Family representative Dorothy Horrell noted that this year the scholarship award designates the continuation...
  • 70 students awarded Fix memorial funds

    Seventy college students from Phillips County have received Don Fix Memorial Scholarship funds in the 2014-15 school year. The trustees of the Leland Trust award Don Fix Memorial Scholarships to graduates of Haxtun and Holyoke high schools. Priority is ...
  • Bencomo earns master’s

    Johana Bencomo recently graduated from New Mexico State University with a Master of Social Work degree with honors. She began working as a community organizer with NM Comunidades en Accion y de Fe, a multi-faith, multi-cultural nonprofit in Las Cruces, N...
  • Berges graduates from rural medical program

    Dr. Chelsea Berges graduated from the University of North Texas Health Science Center — Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine in Dallas, Texas, May 16. She was in the rural osteopathic medical education program designed to prepare physicians for rural p...
  • College news

    Logan Zeiler was among 277 named to the Chadron State College president’s list for the spring semester of 2015. The president’s list requires a 4.0 cumulative grade point average, and students must be enrolled in 12 credit hours of coursework during t...
  • CSU Extension rates high with county commissioners

    Colorado State University Extension has been working with Colorado’s county commissioners for more than a century. The Extension’s new decentralized organizational structure is founded on this long-trusted relationship. The seventh annual survey summ...
  • USDA requires certification form

    Producers may need to take action to remain eligibleThe 2014 Farm Bill requires producers to file a Highly Erodible Land Conservation and Wetland Conservation Certification form (AD-1026) with their local USDA service center by June 1 in order to remain o...
  • USDA invests $6.5 million in Ogallala Aquifer region

    Money will be used to conserve water and improve water qualityColorado U.S. Senator Michael Bennet applauded U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack’s announcement of $6.5 million in funding for the Ogallala Aquifer region to help conserve ...
  • Area horticulturist to make site visits

    It is that time of year when the need arises for horticulture site visits. Due to last season’s extreme cold snap, there has been an overwhelming number of questions and/or concerns throughout the area. Golden Plains Area horticulture program associate...
  • Business briefs

    Julie Haake and Kim Young of Creative Traditions in Holyoke attended the International Quilt Market in Minneapolis, Minn., May 14-17. Information for business briefs can be submitted to the Enterprise by calling 970-854-2811 or emailing bbholent@chase3...
  • It's the Pitts

    Long time passing I read in the Wall Street Journal that children born today have a good chance of living until they are 150. Just imagine how the obituary page might read then. —Orpheous “Moldy” Ashbottom passed away at the Forever Dead Holding F...
  • Thinking About Health

    Prescription drug prices climb into the stratosphere There’s no getting around it. Americans are using more medications and spending more for them. The latest evidence just came from Express Scripts, the pharmacy benefit manager which acts as a middle...
  • Extension Corner

    Planning your garden — tomato cucumber salad With spring heading into summer, it is time to think about planning your garden. Common items to be grown are tomatoes, cucumbers, onions and spices, like oregano and basil. Here is just one simple idea of ...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoMay 20, 2010 Ace, a search dog, is the newest member of Phillips County Sheriff’s Office. Sheriff’s deputy Michael Grant is his primary handler. Abbey Christman and Michelle Chichester of Colorado Preservation Inc. will spend much of t...
  • 2015 ag-related bills highlighted

    While the General Assembly had one fewer farmer-legislator in its ranks in 2015, other rural lawmakers picked up the slack with a host of bills designed to help agriculture and related issues. One of the biggest fights of the session was on what to do ab...
  • Workouts mean commitment, overcoming excuses

    Staying healthy requires a daily commitment. It is not always easy to get out of bed for those early-morning workouts or jump on the treadmill at the end of the night when some free time finally opens up. But such efforts are a great way to maintain a hea...