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  • Quilts sought

    High Plains Heritage Quilters are in the planning stages for the 2012 Haxtun Corn Festival quilt show. The group is currently seeking quilts for the show. Quilts that have been entered before in previous shows may be entered again. Antique quilts, made ...
  • HHS track in busy week

    HHS tracksters are in the thick of things as a busy track week marks the middle of the season. Coach Sandra Rahe said the kids are progressing nicely. The only concern she has is that a few are still nursing knee and leg injuries. “I am hoping we can o...
  • Dragons drop tough one to Front Range Christian

    Holyoke baseball team dropped a tough game in extra innings to a team they just haven’t been able to figure out the past few years. Holyoke traveled to Denver Saturday, April 14 to face Front Range Christian in a non-league contest and came up just sho...
  • JH tracksters kick off season

    Holyoke junior high track members traveled to Burlington Thursday, March 29 to begin their track season. Results were not available from the meet. The team traveled to Grant, Neb. Thursday, April 12 where the eighth-grade boys finished in a tie for sec...
  • Summer rec registration is scheduled April 16-25

    Summer baseball and softball seasons are just around the corner. Those interested in participating in Holyoke’s summer rec program should register between April 16-25. Registration forms can be picked up at the city office or at the elementary school a...
  • Quintana signs to run track for CO Mesa

    HHS senior Alex Quintana signed a letter of intent Thursday, April 12 to run track for Colorado Mesa University in Grand Junction. Quintana is pictured front row, at right, with his mother Gloria. HHS track coaches are pictured in back, from left, Luke Th...
  • Baumgartner on All-State basketball list

    HHS senior Reid Baumgartner earned honorable mention All-State basketball honors for his performance on the court this past season. As reported in the Denver Post Wednesday, April 11, Baumgartner is one of a few area players to earn All-State honors. Ak...
  • Continual changes and regulations on the minds of PC Telcom staff

    Despite a year where PC Telcom experienced an operating loss, board members and staff are excited for what the future has to offer. Members of PC Telcom met Thursday, April 12 for the annual meeting at HHS. PC Telcom CEO/General Manager Vince Kropp paint...
  • Green and Growing

    Stripe rust of wheat has been creeping northward this spring. Reports are coming in of stripe rust in the southwestern and west central parts of Kansas. This is cause for concern but not panic for us in Colorado. The weather over the past weekend may hav...
  • Grainland buys the year 2011 in NJC's Club 1941

    Grainland Cooperative began its merger with CHS Inc. in 2011, so general manager Rick Unrein agreed that 2011 was the perfect year to purchase when the company was approached about joining Northeastern Junior College’s Club 1941 in support of the Hope ...
  • Green and Growing

    Insect development has been accelerated in the high plains due to above average temperatures. Alfalfa weevils are now active in many alfalfa fields. Most alfalfa weevils overwinter as adults and become active as temperatures increase. Adult alfalfa weevi...
  • Helpline available for support

    The National Megan’s Law Helpline 888-ASK-PFML, 888-275-7365, is available to provide support to communities on issues related to accessing sex offender registration information, responsible use of information, sexual abuse prevention resources and crim...
  • Brandt, Cumming earn medals at math/science contest

    HHS junior Molly Brandt and eighth-grader Bradley Cumming brought home medals from the Northeastern Junior College math and science contests. Junior high students competed Tuesday, April 10 and high schoolers competed Wednesday, April 11. Brandt took seco...
  • Gardner, Shaffer accept nominations for CD 4

    Congressman Cory Gardner, Republican, and Colorado State Senate president Brandon Shaffer, Democrat, have both accepted nominations for U.S. Representative for the 4th Congressional district and will be on the Nov. 6 ballot. Gardner, the Republican nomin...
  • Club report

    FCE Jolly Dozen Club FCE Jolly Dozen Club met Tuesday, April 10 at Phillips County Museum. There were six members present and they enjoyed a salad luncheon and a tour of the museum.Holyoke Enterprise April 19, 2012...
  • Drumroll Please

    Lessons learned from children There are some days I can’t imagine what Jesus was thinking when he told his disciples they should be like the little children. Children get everything dirty. Their hands seem always to be sticky. They wake you up at the ...
  • The Laughing Mom: humorous tales of motherhood

    The day the TV broke Last summer, I recall arguing with my 2-year-old Melise about the TV. It had been a long, stressful day. I had used the TV to distract her throughout the day while I got work done. By the evening, I was ready to take my turn in fron...
  • Extension Corner

    Begin a conversation about money with children With April being Financial Literacy Month, it is the perfect time to begin a conversation about money with your child or children. The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland offers a helping hand in their guide, ...
  • Peekin' into the past

    Five Years AgoApril 19, 2007 High school senior Jared Sullivan was recently selected for the Western Golf Association Evans Eisenhower Scholarship. Through the caddie scholarship, he will receive a full-ride tuition scholarship to the University of Color...
  • Strong winds do damage

    Strong wind gusts put a damper on people’s weekend activities Sunday, April 15 when wind gusts upward of 50 mph were recorded for much of the day. This tree located just north of the Holyoke School District administration office succumbed to the wind an...