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  • Holyoke Enterprise Community Calendar

    Holyoke Enterprise January 10, 2013...
  • Around Town

    VFD called to accident Holyoke Volunteer Fire Department was summoned early Thursday morning, Jan. 3, at 4:30 a.m., to a single-vehicle rollover accident six miles east of Holyoke. No extrication was needed, and the VFD assisted with traffic control.Holy...
  • Newman Adventures hunting hits target

    With a decrease in the natural pheasant population due to weather conditions in northeast Colorado, one local company has found a way to keep the tradition of pheasant hunting alive. Within the last year, Matt Newman has kicked off Newman Adventures—gu...
  • Newman Adventures hunting hits target

    With a decrease in the natural pheasant population due to weather conditions in northeast Colorado, one local company has found a way to keep the tradition of pheasant hunting alive. Within the last year, Matt Newman has kicked off Newman Adventures—gu...
  • City Council adopts marijuana, parking, nuisance ordinances

    Following a public hearing at the Jan. 2 City Council meeting, three ordinances involving parking of motor vehicles in residential areas, public nuisances and prohibiting marijuana facilities were adopted with unanimous approval. All three ordinances wer...
  • City Council adopts marijuana, parking, nuisance ordinances

    Following a public hearing at the Jan. 2 City Council meeting, three ordinances involving parking of motor vehicles in residential areas, public nuisances and prohibiting marijuana facilities were adopted with unanimous approval. All three ordinances wer...
  • Reynolds returns as Social Services director

    As of the beginning of January, Jackie Reynolds has returned as the director of Phillips County Social Services. Reynolds held the director position for about six years before moving to Sterling where she served as the executive director for Rural Soluti...
  • Reynolds returns as Social Services director

    As of the beginning of January, Jackie Reynolds has returned as the director of Phillips County Social Services. Reynolds held the director position for about six years before moving to Sterling where she served as the executive director for Rural Soluti...
  • Stern, Lock take oaths of commissioner offices

    Newly-elected Phillips County Commissioners Harlan Stern, pictured in center, and Don Lock, at right, are sworn into their offices by Judge Dave Colver at a Tuesday morning, Jan. 8 ceremony at the Phillips County Event Center. Stern and Lock were elected ...
  • Stern, Lock take oaths of commissioner offices

    Newly-elected Phillips County Commissioners Harlan Stern, pictured in center, and Don Lock, at right, are sworn into their offices by Judge Dave Colver at a Tuesday morning, Jan. 8 ceremony at the Phillips County Event Center. Stern and Lock were elected ...
  • I'm Just Cookin'

    The mother of all grainsIt’s 2013 and it’s time to shed those holiday pounds and get back on track! I am super pumped for the CSU Extension 12-week Healthier Weigh competition (which starts Jan. 14), and I think all of you should join me in the progra...
  • Holyoke athletes prepare to gear back up

    As school resumes within the Holyoke School District, local athletes are preparing to get back to work. Basketball players, wrestlers and swimmers will soon be back in the realm of competition. High school basketball teams will play host to Chase County...
  • County adopts budget; assessed value increases $3.8 million

    Phillips County Commissioners adopted the 2013 county budget Dec. 7. The county mill levy has remained at 28.28 since 1992. Commissioners again adopted the mill levy of 28.28. Phillips County’s assessed value has increased $3,825,272 from $56,488,730 ...
  • Healthy living class to be offered

    A healthy living class will begin Tuesday, Jan. 15 in Holyoke at the new Baptist Church. Baby Bear Hugs is providing the seven-week class with the help of a grant through The Colorado Health Foundation. Classes will be held every Tuesday from 1:30-3 p.m....
  • School Menu

    Jan. 7-11 Elementary Breakfast Monday, Jan. 7: Breakfast burrito or cereal with yogurt, fruit, milk. Tuesday, Jan. 8: Pancake with syrup or fruit muffin with graham cracker, fruit, milk, juice. Wednesday, Jan. 9: Breakfast on a stick or cereal with ch...
  • Tri-State boosts its renewables with 67 megawatts of power

    Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association celebrated the completion of Colorado’s newest renewable energy facility Thursday, Dec. 20 at the dedication of the Colorado Highlands Wind project in northeast Colorado. Tri-State was joined at the eve...
  • Tri-state cow/calf symposium to be held in McCook, Neb.

    Successfully managing the cow herd in the course of drought will be the focus for the 2013 Tri-State Cow/Calf Symposium and Trade Show Jan. 8. Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m. Central time with opening remarks beginning at 9 a.m. and the program conc...
  • Locals participate in CHS forum

    Adam Einspahr, Joseph Krogmeier, Aaron and Desiree Mosenteen and Aaron and Angela Powell, all from the Hoyoke area, learned about the opportunities and challenges facing cooperatives, agriculture and rural America as participants in the recent CHS New Lea...
  • RRWCD to meet

    The board of directors of the Republican River Water Conservation District will be holding its regular quarterly meeting in Burlington Thursday, Jan. 10 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at the Burlington Community and Education Center. Items on the agenda include rep...
  • It's the Pitts

    Let’s be honest I hate to quibble with the pontificators of ancient wisdom, but I’ve found that a lot of the old bromides that we repeat as undeniable truths are flat out lies. Take this one: “Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wea...