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  • I'm Just Cookin'

    Cookies you can’t live without A bowlful of chocolate chip cookie dough, a glass of milk and The Bachelorette. Mmmm ... life is good. (It’s OK to give in every once in a while, right?) When I think of chocolate chip cookies, I think of my mom’s pu...
  • Golden, Loutensock earn 9News award for project

    Jeremy Loutensock and Matt Golden of Holyoke traveled to Denver Friday, July 20 where they received a 9News “Agents of Change Award” for their leadership and work in Health Advocacy at the Alan D. Laff Scholarship and Advocacy Awards Ceremony. They r...
  • Gear Tech camp deemed successful

    “I want to be an engineer.” “The future is with robots.” “It would help me with mechanics.” “This will help me with college.” “It will help me in a career.” “It was amazing!” “It was awesome.” “It was fun.” These are just ...
  • Work progresses on alley

    City crews have been set back a bit with recent rains but work has been progressing on the alley paving project between Highway 6 (Denver) and Carnahan. The alley runs behind KarDale’s Restaurant and continues to Holyoke Community Federal Credit Union. ...
  • Jacoby moves to Craig Hospital

    Family and friends of Dale Jacoby were encouraged this week when Jacoby made progress to move to Craig Rehabilitation Hospital in Englewood. It’s been four months since the March 27 accident southeast of Holyoke that critically injured Jacoby. After t...
  • Arts council set to kick off membership drive

    The Phillips County Arts Council is excited to announce performances for the2012-13 concert series. This year offers a variety of entertainment that will engage and entertain audiences of all ages and interests. PCAC is kicking off its membership drive ...
  • Blackwood Legacy to perform Aug. 6

    The Blackwood Legacy Quartet, comprised of Rick Price, Luke Yates, Daniel Rivera and Daniel Childs, will be presenting a special concert at the Holyoke Assembly of God Church Monday, Aug. 6 at 7 p.m. The award-winning group is one of the most successful...
  • Mice provide the excitement

    Excitement could be seen on the faces of many last Friday night, July 20 during Holyoke Wrestling Club’s annual mouse races. Terry Andersen, at left, celebrates after his mouse Reckless won a heat race. Also pictured are Michele Cochran (back turned), L...
  • Border League All Stars win state tournament

    Border League All-Stars captured the state championship Monday, July 23 after a 10-5 victory over East Central. The tournament was held in McClave. Three Holyoke players are on the team which will now head to the regional tournament in Lamar Aug. 3-8. T...
  • Wray to host co-ed softball tournament

    “The Chicken Hopper” co-ed slow-pitch softball tournament is scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 4 at Baker Field in Wray. The tournament will begin at 11 a.m. Teams must be registered by Wednesday, Aug. 1 to participate. The tournament will consist of pool...
  • Tournament added to Wray Daze events

    The first annual Wray Daze youth 3-on-3 tournament will be held at City Hall Park in Wray Friday, July 27 from 3-5 p.m. Registration will begin at 2:30 p.m. The tournament will consist of boys and girls divisions and possibly a co-ed division. Divisions...
  • College news

    Jordan Zeiler, a 2012 HHS graduate, recently received notice of award of the 2012 Restoration Logistics Colorado Fire Service Scholarship. A representative from Restoration Logistics Property Repair visited Holyoke in late June to present Zeiler with a $2...
  • It's the Pitts

    Say “cheese” Many people got upset over the report that the Environmental Protection Agency is using drones to spy on feedlots in Nebraska and Iowa, but it wasn’t true. It was just a rumor. The EPA vehemently denied it and said, no, they are not u...
  • Extension Corner

    Echinacea disease Ever heard of a phytoplasma? These are single celled microorganisms that live in the phloem of plants. This phytoplasma is similar to a bacterium. This phytoplasma has no cell wall. It can infect over 300 plants in 48 different familie...
  • The Laughing Mom

    Working mom For a little while this summer I was working full-time hours between two jobs. It was an interesting experience, to say the least. I would wake up at the crack of dawn and hastily turn off the alarm clock. Most mornings I would have to sneak...
  • Family Dollar store a concern

    Dear Editor, I thought it strange that the town of Holyoke would go out of their way to welcome some, maybe unfair, competition for two or more existing Holyoke businesses. As reported in the Enterprise, the town of Holyoke will, with taxpayer’s money...
  • Citizen confused about accident

    Dear Editor, Did you know that if a city vehicle hits your vehicle they are exempt? They do not have to fix your vehicle. I am a “senior citizen” and have lived all my life in Holyoke and have always found it a wonderful place to live. Now, I don’...
  • MV Equipment Community Calendar

    Holyoke Enterprise July 26, 2012...
  • Peekin' into the past

    Five Years AgoJuly 26, 2007 A weighted grading scale in which Advanced Placement and Post Secondary classes are based on a 5.0 scale instead of 4.0 will be eliminated at HHS, effective with this year’s juniors, the Class of 2009. Mid America Agri Prod...
  • Todd Peckham aids injured in Aurora tragedy

    “It’s moments like these when you decide to fight or flight, and we decided to fight.” That’s what Todd Peckham told his friend Justin Baker as they were leaving the Century 16 Movie Theater at the Aurora Town Center early Friday morning, July 20...