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  • Baby-sitting training offered in April

    As a certified teaching site, Sterling Regional MedCenter Wellness Services in cooperation with the CSU Extension Service will be offering Safe Sitter, a one-day baby sitter training program on Wednesday, April 3, from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Safe Sitter’s sloga...
  • Times They Are A-Changin'

    For the past four weeks I have shared with you my view that public education in our state is going through a great deal of change all at once. While my career as a Colorado educator has only spanned 18 years so far, when I talk with people that have been...
  • Tips offered for coping with drought

    By D. Bruce Bosley, Extension agent/cropping systems, Colorado State University Extension—Sterling Many area corn farmers are facing reduced water supplies for irrigation this coming season. Two proposals for coping with drought and short water supplie...
  • Extension Corner

    Resistance exercise training guidelines part I Also known as weight or strength training, resistance training is part of creating a well-rounded, total body exercise program. Muscular strength, muscular endurance, cardiovascular endurance, flexibility, b...
  • Peekin' into the past

    Five Years AgoMarch 20, 2008 Next weekend, March 28-29, when HHS presents “The Music Man,” it will be Clark Ginapp’s last production in the school system. He has directed 70-plus shows in the last 30 years at HHS. After 15 years of ministering at ...
  • It's easy to save energy at home

    Reducing energy usage is a good way to help the environment and save money along the way. Saving energy can be done in a variety of ways, many of which do not require significant effort can lead to significant savings. —Stop using the dishwasher to dry...
  • Holyoke Enterprise Community Calendar

    Holyoke Enterprise March 21, 2013...
  • Around Town

    Phillips County Art Show is this weekend Phillips County Art Show, sponsored by Phillips County Arts Council, will be open for public viewing at Holyoke High School Friday, March 22 from 3-10 p.m., Saturday, March 23 from 9 a.m.-10 p.m. and Sunday, March...
  • Highline Electric to celebrate 75 years Tuesday

    It’s been 75 years of history in the making, and Highline Electric Association is set to celebrate its anniversary at the annual meeting Tuesday, March 26 at Phillips County Event Center in Holyoke. The celebration kicks off with a meal at 5 p.m., allo...
  • Highline Electric to celebrate 75 years Tuesday

    It’s been 75 years of history in the making, and Highline Electric Association is set to celebrate its anniversary at the annual meeting Tuesday, March 26 at Phillips County Event Center in Holyoke. The celebration kicks off with a meal at 5 p.m., allo...
  • Amid drought, local ranch is optimistic

    It’s calving season for many cattle operations in northeast Colorado, and the severe drought conditions have ranchers sitting on the edge of their seats. “We’re still optimistic that this drought will lessen,” said Gale Haynes. “A lot depends o...
  • Amid drought, local ranch is optimistic

    It’s calving season for many cattle operations in northeast Colorado, and the severe drought conditions have ranchers sitting on the edge of their seats. “We’re still optimistic that this drought will lessen,” said Gale Haynes. “A lot depends o...
  • New pope chosen as locals plan for World Youth Day in Rio

    After a puff of white smoke came from the Sistine Chapel chimney in the Vatican City, it was official. The world had a new pope. Wednesday, March 13, a gathering of Catholic cardinals chose Jorge Mario Bergoglio, the cardinal from Argentina, to be the ne...
  • New pope chosen as locals plan for World Youth Day in Rio

    After a puff of white smoke came from the Sistine Chapel chimney in the Vatican City, it was official. The world had a new pope. Wednesday, March 13, a gathering of Catholic cardinals chose Jorge Mario Bergoglio, the cardinal from Argentina, to be the ne...
  • Republican camaraderie endorsed at Lincoln Day Dinner

    Bad weather and a non-election year minimized the attendance at this year’s Phillips County Lincoln Day dinner, but those attending enjoyed the Republican camaraderie. Secretary of State Scott Gessler, State Senator Greg Brophy, State Representative Je...
  • Holyoke city workers staying busy this spring

    City workers have been busy the past few weeks dealing with snow and preparing for the spring and summer, reported City Superintendent Mark Brown at the March 5 City Council meeting. Snow caused the most work as city workers removed it from the streets b...
  • Holyoke PeeWee wrestlers take the mat

    Despite the snowy conditions, dozens of young wrestlers flocked to HHS Saturday, March 9 to compete. Payton Ferguson, pictured, goes on the attack during one of many matches of the day.  Eduardo Solis looks up for some advice from his coaches while try...
  • Timm, UNC Bears set sights on NCAA tournament berth

    It will take two wins to get Victoria Timm, a 2008 graduate of HHS, and the University of Northern Colorado women’s basketball team back to the Big Sky Conference Championship. Last year the Bears fell to Idaho State by just three points in the champio...
  • HHS spring sports begin this weekend

    With the conclusion of basketball last weekend, Holyoke High School spring sports are busy gearing up for their 2013 season. High school baseball, track and girls’ golf all have practices in full swing now, and team members are looking forward to their...
  • Gerk to play at Central Christian

    Chandler Gerk will be a Tiger next year as she recently signed to play softball for Central Christian College in McPherson, Kan. Gerk, seated at left, was joined by softball coach Ashley Clayton, seated at right, and parents Brad and Chris Gerk. Gerk was...