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  • Dragons struggle at plate in losses

    For the first time this season, the HHS baseball squad lost consecutive games, falling to Sedgwick County 0-11 and 1-15 at home Thursday, April 17.   Holyoke 0, Sedgwick County 11 Holyoke batters came into Thursday’s home doubleheader with Sedgw...
  • JV baseball squad posts 2-3 record

    Holyoke junior varsity baseball had a jam-packed week with games against Caliche, Haxtun, Limon and Merino. The Dragons earned a 2-3 record, splitting two games with Merino, beating Haxtun and losing to Caliche and Limon. HHS opened the week with a trian...
  • Confined space rescue class promotes community safety

    Twenty-six grain industry workers and fire department personnel from five states completed a 32-hour confined space rescue course in Holyoke last week. Coordinated by CHS/Grainland through instruction from Safety & Technical Rescue Association, the A...
  • Phillips Co. Economic Development annual meeting is April 29

    The 13th annual membership meeting for Phillips County Economic Development Corporation is set for Tuesday evening, April 29. A barbecue buffet dinner begins at 6 p.m. at Haxtun Community Center, followed by the program. The guest speaker for the evening...
  • The pipeline delivers

    The Compact Compliance Pipeline delivered 4,000 acre feet of water to the North Fork of the Republican River in early 2014. Kansas Division of Water Resources Chief Engineer David Barfield negotiated in late 2013 with Dick Wolfe, Colorado state engineer,...
  • FFA members shine in April

    Holyoke High School FFA members had a successful April. During the April 2 district career development events at Northeastern Junior College in Sterling, the ag mechanic team took first place. Members on the team include Luke Stewart, Brenden Mayden, Cav...
  • Phillips County farms qualify for assistance due to recent drought

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture has designated eight counties in Nebraska as primary natural disaster areas due to the recent drought. The counties are Chase, Hayes, Keith, Perkins, Frontier, Hitchcock, Lincoln and Red Willow. “Our hearts go out to...
  • Cutworms still on the move

    The open plains of eastern Colorado are being host to the caterpillar stage of the infamous army cutworm, Euxoa auxiliaris, through the end of April. The adult stage of this insect is the miller moth. What does this mean for homeowners? These army cutwor...
  • Brackhan Electric receives first dollar

    Master electrician Ryan Brackhan, pictured at right, accepts a first dollar of profit certificate for Brackhan Electric, LLC from Holyoke Chamber of Commerce director Mary Tomky last Wednesday, April 16.  —Enterprise photoHolyoke Enterprise Apri...
  • Kayla Marshall places at UNC World Language Day

    Holyoke High School sent 11 students to Greeley for the annual World Language Day competition at the University of Northern Colorado Wednesday, April 16. Freshman Kayla Marshall closed out the day with a fourth-place finish in the level II show and tell ...
  • You Got Talent is canceled in Holyoke

    Because of logistics, Colorado You Got Talent will not be holding auditions in Phillips County, previously scheduled for Tuesday, May 6 in Holyoke. Instead, competitors will be able to head straight to the regional competition, set for Sept. 13 at Burling...
  • Wray art exhibit set

    Wray Art Guild’s 45th annual art exhibit and sale is set for May 1-4 at the Wray City Hall, 245 W. 4th St. The public is invited to attend the exhibit with viewing hours Saturday, May 3 from 1-5 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. and Sunday, May 4 from 1-5 p.m. To rea...
  • League of Women Voters to meet Sunday

    Sterling Area League of Women Voters will host a meeting Sunday, April 27 at 4 p.m. in Kelly Hall at Faith United Methodist Church, 230 Williams Place in Sterling. Attendees should go in the north door, turn to the left and go up the steps to the church f...
  • May 8 seminar covers diabetes and oral health

    The 2014 Regional Diabetes Seminar—Diabetes and Oral Health—will be presented by Dr. Neil Schoemaker Thursday, May 8 from noon-1 p.m. This program is available simultaneously in nine northeast Colorado locations as Schoemaker will present using an in...
  • Planning for Droughts

    Earlier I said grazers need to walk each of their pastures to determine how good the range might be this year. Since acres do not feed cows—only grass feeds cows—we need to determine how much grass is out there. You should take a yardstick and a came...
  • It's the Pitts

    Fear of feathers I’ve made a career of making fun of chickens and the people who raise them. I take some small degree of pride and pleasure in the fact that my second best-selling book was “I Hate Chicken Cookbook.” And I really do. Hate chicken, ...
  • Extension Corner

    Emerging new use for seed coats Emerging research from the U.S. Department of Ag Agricultural Research Service suggests that using seed coats in the most literal sense of the word—to keep seeds warm and dry as an actual coat—may be beneficial in earl...
  • Investor Guide

    Baby boomer women and money: Part 2! A previous article, “What Baby Boomer Women Should Know About Money!” was published in The Holyoke Enterprise. The article covered four major topics: 1. You should not depend on a marriage certificate for your d...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoApril 23, 2009 Colorado U.S. Route 6 Heritage Corporation will sponsor its second annual car show and historical presentation Saturday, April 25. A Model T and Model A car show will take place across the street from the Peerless Center. Af...
  • Food preservation workshop is May 2

    On Friday, May 2 from 5:30-8 p.m. at the Holyoke First Baptist Church, CSU Extension agents from the Golden Plains Area will be presenting a workshop to teach water bath food preservation techniques. The workshop will begin with instruction on home canni...