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  • Did you know?

    Even people who don’t own pets may have pet dander in their homes. Pet dander is the tiny, sometimes microscopic skin shed by cats, dogs and other warm-blooded animals, such as rodents and birds. Pet dander can be carried into homes on people’s cloth...
  • Scholarship to be offered to Colorado ag woman

    Colorado Master Farm Homemaker Guild is offering a $500 scholarship this year to a Colorado woman with an agriculture background. Known by the guild as the “Second Chance Scholarship,” it will be given to someone who has had her college education int...
  • Over 4,000 pounds of hazardous chemicals collected for disposal

    CSU Extension Golden Plains Area agronomist Ron Meyer and area director Dennis Kaan recently teamed up to conduct a Pest Sweep Program in the Golden Plains Area counties. Over a period of four days, over 4,000 pounds of chemicals were collected for dispos...
  • Sun, smiles and soccer!

    Warm weather helps kids kick off inaugural seasonAs warmer spring weather is starting to show sure signs of sticking around, this week seemed like a fitting time to get the Holyoke Youth Soccer program kick-started. More than 150 local kids, ages 4-14, a...
  • Sun, smiles and soccer!

    Warm weather helps kids kick off inaugural seasonAs warmer spring weather is starting to show sure signs of sticking around, this week seemed like a fitting time to get the Holyoke Youth Soccer program kick-started. More than 150 local kids, ages 4-14, a...
  • Child care dialogue to continue Tuesday

    Survey confirms desire for more child care optionsAfter survey results from February showed a clear majority of survey responders would use child care services now and in the future if they were available, the next step in Holyoke’s child care needs ass...
  • Child care dialogue to continue Tuesday

    Survey confirms desire for more child care optionsAfter survey results from February showed a clear majority of survey responders would use child care services now and in the future if they were available, the next step in Holyoke’s child care needs ass...
  • Oils can be an essential part of a healthy livestyle

    “Essential” is a word that is often thought to mean necessary — such as essential vitamins and minerals. However, the word’s use in “essential oils” refers to the powerful essence of a particular plant or its basic nature and all the intrinsic...
  • Oils can be an essential part of a healthy livestyle

    “Essential” is a word that is often thought to mean necessary — such as essential vitamins and minerals. However, the word’s use in “essential oils” refers to the powerful essence of a particular plant or its basic nature and all the intrinsic...
  • New city regulations set for shipping containers, carports

    Members of the Holyoke Planning Commission have agreed on new regulations relating to storage containers and carports within the city. Holyoke City Council and Planning Commission member Kevin Scott informed the council of the finalized new bylaws at the ...
  • New city regulations set for shipping containers, carports

    Members of the Holyoke Planning Commission have agreed on new regulations relating to storage containers and carports within the city. Holyoke City Council and Planning Commission member Kevin Scott informed the council of the finalized new bylaws at the ...
  • Around Town

    ‘Have the Time of Your Life’ inserted The four Johnson Publications newspapers have partnered together for “Have the Time of Your Life,” a special section inserted in this week’s Enterprise that celebrates those age 50 and up with special featu...
  • Dragons win consolation championship

    Winning one of the closest games of the state tournament, the Holyoke Dragon basketball boys were named 2A state consolation champions Saturday, March 14, after defeating the Meeker Cowboys 48-47. “Our boys really represented this community well,” s...
  • Boys storm T-bolts to play for consolation title

    Displaying their strengths and ability to play with the best of them, the Dragon varsity basketball boys showed why they were one of the top eight teams in the 2A division at the state tournament last weekend at Colorado State University-Pueblo’s Massar...
  • Young baseball team hits the field

    With 12 underclassmen on a 20-person roster, the HHS baseball team is young. Even so, coach Sherman Kage sees a lot of good things for the upcoming season which begins Saturday, March 21, when Holyoke hosts Haxtun for a doubleheader beginning at 11 a.m. ...
  • Tracksters looking at rebuilding year

    Looking to have a constructive season this year, Holyoke High School track and field team members raced, jumped and threw themselves into practice recently. They are looking forward to their upcoming opening meet, Yuma’s early qualifier Saturday, March ...
  • Spring golf swing entices newcomers

    Six beginners join three more experienced team members as the 2015 HHS girls’ golf team swings into its spring season. Senior Alex McCallum is the only returning letterwinner. Also bringing some golf experience to the team are fellow senior Kaylee Ham ...
  • All-Conf. basketball announced

    As the basketball season came to an end over the weekend, three Holyoke basketball players were named by the Lower Platte Activities Association for All-Conference recognition. Seniors Tito Fierro and Megan Vieselmeyer and junior Jesus Loya all were name...
  • Submit Phillips County Art Show entries next Thursday, March 26

    The 2015 Phillips County Art Show, sponsored by the Phillips County Arts Council, will be held Thursday-Sunday, March 26-29, at Holyoke High School, 545 E. Hale St. Artists of Colorado and Nebraska will display their work. Area artists, from beginners to ...
  • Farm and Home Show draws crowd

    A variety of agriculture, home and craft vendors were on hand Saturday, March 14, for the Farm and Home Show sponsored by Star 92.3 at Phillips County Event Center. Cory Umphlett, pictured above in center, explains to Ron and Carrie Anderson the benefits...