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  • Drumroll Please

    First Time At this moment, I am in the midst of a unique first-time opportunity. I finally got to bring an out-of-towner to Holyoke for her first time. It doesn’t sound like much, but hear me out. While I was in college in Massachusetts, I constantly ...
  • The Senior Snippet

    Residents have the right to freedom from physical restraints and physical and verbal abuse. The topic of using restraints has been under intense and watchful eyes since the late 1980s, when it began with the public’s care and concern with regard to the...
  • City action draws response

    Dear Editor, Moving back to Holyoke has been a great experience for my family. Of course we had many reasons for coming back to our hometown (closer to family, lifestyle, community, etc. ), and one of the things we looked forward to most was the characte...
  • Around Town

    HVFD called Holyoke Volunteer Fire Department was called Monday, July 30 at 8:15 p.m. to assist the Phillips County Sheriff’s Office for a search and rescue of a lost child.Holyoke Enterprise Aug. 2, 2012...
  • Nothin’ beats fun at the fair

    It was all “Blue Jeans and Country Dreams” at this year’s Phillips County Fair July 24-29, and whether they were wearing Levi’s or Wranglers, everyone had some good country fun at the fair. Kaylee Camblin, Emma Roll and Kylie Purkeypile on their ...
  • Nothin’ beats fun at the fair

    It was all “Blue Jeans and Country Dreams” at this year’s Phillips County Fair July 24-29, and whether they were wearing Levi’s or Wranglers, everyone had some good country fun at the fair. Kaylee Camblin, Emma Roll and Kylie Purkeypile on their ...
  • Fair board is pleased with Blue Jeans and Country Dreams fair

    Phillips County Fair board members are pleased with how the 2012 edition of the county fair played out—despite the higher temperatures. Fair board president Ron Thompson said they knew it was going to be awfully hot during this year’s fair and they w...
  • Fair board is pleased with Blue Jeans and Country Dreams fair

    Phillips County Fair board members are pleased with how the 2012 edition of the county fair played out—despite the higher temperatures. Fair board president Ron Thompson said they knew it was going to be awfully hot during this year’s fair and they w...
  • Permit forms adopted for rights of way usage

    An application form for revocable encroachment of the City of Holyoke rights of way and an exhibit involving an excavation permit were approved at a special meeting of Holyoke City Council Tuesday, July 24. Attorney Russell Sprague, representing PC Telco...
  • Permit forms adopted for rights of way usage

    An application form for revocable encroachment of the City of Holyoke rights of way and an exhibit involving an excavation permit were approved at a special meeting of Holyoke City Council Tuesday, July 24. Attorney Russell Sprague, representing PC Telco...
  • Steve Deaver resigns from hospital board

    Citing schedule and time conflicts, East Phillips County Hospital Board member Steve Deaver resigned his position during the regular meeting Tuesday, July 24. Board chairman Steve Young read a letter from Deaver who was not in attendance. His resignation...
  • Steve Deaver resigns from hospital board

    Citing schedule and time conflicts, East Phillips County Hospital Board member Steve Deaver resigned his position during the regular meeting Tuesday, July 24. Board chairman Steve Young read a letter from Deaver who was not in attendance. His resignation...
  • Blister beetle infestation found in Phillips County

    Large swarms of three-striped blister beetles were reported from Phillips County in northeastern Colorado. Adults emerge from the soil throughout the growing season (May-September), but periods of peak activity vary with the species. Most species are mor...
  • Sign-up date announced for Highly Erodible Land Initiative

    Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack recently announced the U.S. Department of Agriculture began sign-up for the Highly Erodible Land Initiative under the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) on July 23. The purpose of this initiative, announced by Vilsack in...
  • Energy program to be offered in Logan Co.

    Various Colorado State University Extension offices across the state—including Logan County—are now offering a new Colorado Energy Master program to educate Coloradans and support volunteers interested in energy issues. Participants can take one or mo...
  • 1962 vintage Texaco fire truck ignites big surprise

    “That’s me!” Don Beckius couldn’t quite believe it when he stumbled upon an old photo of himself on the internet. He was browsing the web to see how much money his vintage Texaco toy fire engine from 1962 would be worth. He didn’t bargain on ju...
  • Fighting fires is a family thing

    It began in 1984 when Lee Struckmeyer got the ball rolling on creating a fire department in the Wages area southwest of Holyoke. He is quick to say it wasn’t just him that got the department started. There had been two homes in the area burn down which...
  • 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 ...