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  • Nationally-known speaker coming to Imperial's Catechism kickoff

    For the 10th year, St. Patrick Catholic Church in Imperial, Neb. will be hosting a Catechism kickoff program at Chase County Schools auditorium, to which area grade 7-12 students and adults are also invited. This year’s program will feature a national...
  • Race season wraps up in Phillips County

    Mike “Woody” Woodhead (88) won the Hobby Stock race by a couple of inches over Austin Davis Sunday night, Sept. 18. Woodhead was one of many local drivers who had a great year at Phillips County Raceway.  —Enterprise photoRacing action for the s...
  • Haxtun Corn Festival celebrates 90 years

    A 90-year tradition, Haxtun’s Annual Corn Festival is scheduled this weekend, Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 24 and 25. “90 Years of Golden Ears” is the theme for this year’s event. Sponsored by the Haxtun Chamber of Commerce, the Corn Festival open...
  • Boy Scouts gear up

    An organizational and recruiting meeting was scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 21 for any boy interested in Boy Scouts or Cub Scouts. Leader Michael Worley said a regional Boy Scout representative was scheduled to visit the schools Wednesday before the 7 p....
  • Club report

    FCE Jolly Dozen FCE Jolly Dozen Club met Tuesday, Sept. 13 at 1:30 p.m. at Phillips County Event Center in the Ortner Room. There were eight members and one guest present. Marianne Sullivan conducted the meeting. The program was given by Walt McKinstry ...
  • JH football splits at Burlington

    Holyoke’s junior high football team traveled to Burlington Thursday, Sept. 15 to face off against the Cougars. Holyoke’s eighth grade team came away with a big 64-6 victory while the seventh grade team fell 0-28 on a cold and damp day. The teams pla...
  • JH volleyball falls to Burlington, Caliche

    Holyoke junior high volleyball teams played back-to-back days last week and fell in all the games played. The team traveled to Burlington Thursday, Sept. 15 and fell in all four matches. The seventh and eighth grade teams were able to play both A and B ...
  • Tips offered for lodged corn

    With larger than average areas dealing with lodged or downed cornstalks in some Colorado fields due to rootworm issues and/or hail, it’s a good time to review steps to take when faced with harvesting significant areas of lodged corn. The only way to ev...
  • U.S. Labor Department proposes updates to child labor regulations

    The U.S. Department of Labor is proposing revisions to child labor regulations that will strengthen the safety requirements for young workers employed in agriculture and related fields. The agricultural hazardous occupations orders under the Fair Labor S...
  • Training in employment discrimination planned

    Colorado Workforce Center is bringing the Colorado Civil Rights Division to Holyoke to offer training regarding employment discrimination. The training is scheduled Wednesday, Sept. 28 from 9-10:30 a.m. at Inklings Bookstore in Holyoke. This training wi...
  • I'm Just Sayin'

    Cute as a button Craft shows. Craft fairs. Craft stores. Craft blogs. Craft parties. Craft retreats. You name it. We’ve got it. Did you know we spend billions of dollars on craft supplies every year? That’s a lot of money! And it seems like everyon...
  • Another Perspective

    9/11 tribute and impressive airshow spark emotions While in Lincoln, Neb, to cheer on the Huskers earlier this month, Russ wanted to seize the opportunity to watch the U.S. Navy’s Blue Angels flight demonstration team during an airshow the next day. We...
  • It's the Pitts

    The last laugh (Best of) The cattleman sitting in one of the padded seats at the Arkansas auction was ragged out in some fancy doodads. He looked like a walking-talking Shepler’s mail order catalog with his 100 percent pressed cotton shirt and boots so...
  • The Laughing Mom: humorous tales of motherhood

    Endearing odors Those bright eyes! The little coos and gurgles! The toothless smiles—oh, those smiles! I had forgotten what little babies are like. As I watch my little Alina from day to day, all these things come rushing back to me. But there is a da...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoSept. 21, 2006 Holyoke Chamber of Commerce sponsors the third annual Customer/Producer Appreciation Day Sept. 16. Ten Years AgoSept. 20, 2001 Construction crews break ground for the new park and playground in Amherst over Labor Day week...
  • Recent moisture slows bean harvest, winter wheat drilling

    Area bean harvest has been a bit unusual due to recent moisture. Some beans have yet to be harvested due to summer storms that forced some farmers to replant the crop.         —Enterprise photoRecent moisture put ...
  • Recent moisture slows bean harvest, winter wheat drilling

    Area bean harvest has been a bit unusual due to recent moisture. Some beans have yet to be harvested due to summer storms that forced some farmers to replant the crop.         —Enterprise photoRecent moisture put ...
  • 1941 paper uncovers memories, connections

    Old newspapers are great for reliving the past, recalling former school chums and reminiscing about that café downtown, but one rare 1941 newspaper certainly stole the show this month. Margaret (Beins) Caldwell spent the first semester of her junior yea...
  • 1941 paper uncovers memories, connections

    Old newspapers are great for reliving the past, recalling former school chums and reminiscing about that café downtown, but one rare 1941 newspaper certainly stole the show this month. Margaret (Beins) Caldwell spent the first semester of her junior yea...
  • Pressure ulcers need to be talked about regularly

    Personal health is on the minds of everyone who walks down the street these days. Whether it is nutritional health or physical health, it is all important. Something that doesn’t get talked about very often—or at all—are pressure ulcers. Pressure ...