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  • Enterprise Poll: Do stricter gun laws create safer cities?

    “I don’t think that by itself will lead to safer cities. I think child rearing is big. If kids aren’t taught self-respect and respect for others in a loving environment, all of the gun laws in the world won’t help.” —Carolyn Sperber“No....
  • Entertainment announced for Chase Co. Fair

    This year’s Chase County Fair in Imperial, Neb. will feature another exceptional lineup of entertainment for the 2013 event. Fair board president Dave Schilke and entertainment chair Alex McNair said the fair board’s excited about this year’s varie...
  • Congress puts brakes on USPS 5-day delivery

    Plans to eliminate a five-day mail delivery system were halted Tuesday, April 9 when the United States Postal Service Board of Governors met to discuss the Continuing Resolution recently passed by Congress. In March, Congress inserted language into the C...
  • FCCLA qualifies 2 teams for nationals

    Two Holyoke High School FCCLA teams made up of 11 students qualified for the FCCLA National Leadership Meeting in Nashville, Tenn. July 5-11. They earned their national-qualifying rank at the FCCLA State Leadership Conference held at the Denver Marriott ...
  • Joseph Yungen accepted to Juilliard School in NYC

    Joseph Yungen is on track to earn master’s degrees in solo piano performance and collaborative piano performance at the end of May from Eastman School of Music in Rochester, N.Y., but two advanced degrees won’t be the end of his academic pursuit. Yun...
  • HHS track continues to improve at Berthoud meet

    Members of the HHS track and field team faced stiff competition over the weekend as they traveled to the Max Marr Spartan Classic in Berthoud Saturday, April 13. Of the 23 schools in attendance at the meet, Holyoke represented one of just four teams who ...
  • Renewable energy bill hotly debated in Senate

    Rural electric co-ops say a bill to increase use of renewable energy sources will instead cause unaffordable spikes in electricity bills for their customers. The Senate State, Veterans and Military Affairs committee recently approved a bill that would re...
  • I'm Just Cookin'

    Best of both worldsCookies versus brownies. It’s a never-ending feud in the baking world. Which one is better? And when you have a choice between the two, which do you pick? Pick both! That’s what I say! (It’s just horrible being an indecisive pers...
  • PC Telcom prepares for more changes in the upcoming year

    Members of PC Telcom gathered Thursday, April 11 in the HHS auditorium to discuss how the company fared in 2012, what the future holds for members and to elect two members to fill the rural and urban seats. Vince Kropp, PC Telcom CEO/general manager, des...
  • First dollar presented to Holyoke Pharmacy

    Holyoke Pharmacy was presented with its first dollar of profit from Holyoke Chamber of Commerce Wednesday, April 10. Pictured from left are owners Jamie Hanes and Jason Burke, with Chamber executive director Mary Tomky. —Enterprise photoHolyoke Enterpr...
  • Tri-State announces expansion at Logan County wind facility

    Colorado’s newest renewable energy facility is already growing. The current 67-megawatt Colorado Highlands Wind project—from which Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association receives 100 percent of the power—is expanding to 91 megawatts. Cons...
  • Advice offered to manage spring wheat freeze injury

    Spring freezing of wheat can be a problem in Colorado. Freeze injury can cause crop losses through reduced leaf area, weakened stems and lodging, sterility, uneven maturity and shriveled kernels. However, the severity of freeze injury and resulting crop ...
  • County farmers eligible for loan

    A number of Colorado counties are eligible for an emergency loan to deal with the effects of drought. Along with 89 primary counties and three contiguous counties from Nebraska, and contiguous counties from Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, South Dakota and Wyomin...
  • Kayak master to teach at SCORE

    The man known as Kayakjak, Marty Hughes of Benkelman, Neb., will lend his expertise to the SCORE—Science Camps Offer Rewarding Experiences—this June. He will teach individual sessions at Champion Lake in Nebraska June 12-14. Students in grades 1-4 wi...
  • Community plays part in preventing child abuse, promoting well-being

    April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. This month and throughout the year, Baby Bear Hugs encourages all individuals and organizations to play a role in making Phillips County a better place for children and families. By ensuring parents have th...
  • Phillips County assessor reminds citizens about objection deadlines

    Phillips County Assessor Doug Kamery would like Phillips County citizens to know that Colorado law requires the county assessor to hear objections to real property classifications and valuations beginning no later than May 1. Objections to the valuation ...
  • More health facilities meet or exceed infection rate standard

    Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment’s annual Health Facility-Acquired Infections report shows more health facilities in the state met or exceeded (better than) the national standard for infection rates in 2012. There were 528 facilitie...
  • College news

    Brooke Parker of Holyoke is the recipient of a scholarship in the seventh annual Future Mental Health Professional Scholarship Program developed by Centennial Mental Health Center. The program is an effort to raise awareness of career opportunities in the...
  • BOCES receives Wally Bruce Science Award

    The Haxtun Conservation District has awarded this year’s Wally Bruce Science Award to Northeast Colorado Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES). Career and tech education coordinator Gary Koch submitted a request for “Ecological Principles...
  • It's the Pitts

    Gentleman on parade (Best of) I love a parade. Just the other day I was asked what I wanted to do when I grew up. I replied that some day “I would like to be in a parade.” The Great Grand Marshall in the Sky must have heard me because I was invited ...