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  • Summer Scores

    Thursday, May 31 Holyoke 13-15 softball 3, Chappell 10. Wednesday, June 6 Holyoke Green PW 3, Sedgwick County 1. Holyoke Gold PW 0, Sedgwick County 8. Holyoke LL 1, Sedgwick County 17. Holyoke Babe Ruth 3, Sedgwick County 13. Friday, June 8 Holyoke G...
  • I'm Just Sayin'

    50 Fun Things to Do in Holyoke I think we’ve all been guilty a time or two of saying, “There’s nothing to do in Holyoke!” We may be a small town, but that doesn’t mean there’s nothing to do. Lucky for you, the crew here at the Enterprise has...
  • Drumroll Please

    A love not meant to be Summer break found me with two weeks off work, so I headed to the hottest vacation destination—Holyoke. OK, so maybe there aren’t the usual tourist attractions, but I wouldn’t have spent my time off anywhere else. It was del...
  • The Laughing Mom

    Sorry, Mom Every parent waits anxiously for the day that their kids are capable of doing things independently. We grow weary of feeding, dressing and navigating all these extra bodies, right? But then, they start saying, “Me do it!” Suddenly, it se...
  • Extension Corner

    Wind energy drying device Do you have a wind energy drying device? Sure you do. It is called a clothesline. If you are one of the few Americans who hang their clothes on the line, then you are saving up to six percent of household electricity consumption...
  • Peekin' into the past

    Five Years AgoJune 14, 2007 Heavy rains Monday night, June 11 caused flood-like conditions that washed out roads and caused several road closures in the area. Holyoke Cooperative Association held its final meeting June 5 after closing the final chapter ...
  • Around Town

    Stick horse rodeo, open house this Sat. Community members are invited to Camp Machasay this Saturday, June 16 for a day of fun for all ages. Kids ages 3-6 can participate in the stick horse rodeo and will get to keep their free stick horse. Registration ...
  • Wheat harvest is just around the corner

    Wheat harvest may begin as soon as the end of this week, making it one of the earliest harvests in a long time. Grainland Co-op grain merchandiser Steve Young said the early ’90s was the last time he could remember wheat harvest beginning so early. A la...
  • Wheat harvest is just around the corner

    Wheat harvest may begin as soon as the end of this week, making it one of the earliest harvests in a long time. Grainland Co-op grain merchandiser Steve Young said the early ’90s was the last time he could remember wheat harvest beginning so early. A la...
  • City reminds public about fireworks rules

    Holyoke Police Department said people can be ticketed for violating the city ordinance outlining fireworks. During the Tuesday, June 5 City Council meeting, mayor Orville Tonsing said he was recently contacted by a community member asking about fireworks...
  • City reminds public about fireworks rules

    Holyoke Police Department said people can be ticketed for violating the city ordinance outlining fireworks. During the Tuesday, June 5 City Council meeting, mayor Orville Tonsing said he was recently contacted by a community member asking about fireworks...
  • Preston and Amanda Randall lose home in High Park Fire

    Preston and Amanda (Bennett) Randall lost their home to the High Park Fire Sunday night, June 10. Amanda is the daughter of Mike and Susan Bennett of Holyoke and is a 2005 HHS grad. She and her husband Preston, who were only married Aug. 11 last year, li...
  • Preston and Amanda Randall lose home in High Park Fire

    Preston and Amanda (Bennett) Randall lost their home to the High Park Fire Sunday night, June 10. Amanda is the daughter of Mike and Susan Bennett of Holyoke and is a 2005 HHS grad. She and her husband Preston, who were only married Aug. 11 last year, li...
  • New school staff on board

    An elementary school counselor, four teachers, elementary secretary and one-on-one paraprofessional were hired for the 2012-13 school year at the June 5 meeting of Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education. With several years counseling experience...
  • New school staff on board

    An elementary school counselor, four teachers, elementary secretary and one-on-one paraprofessional were hired for the 2012-13 school year at the June 5 meeting of Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education. With several years counseling experience...
  • Ballots go out for June primary

    Colorado voters will vote in the state’s first-ever June primary. Ballots were mailed out toward the end of last week to registered Democrats, Republicans and American Constitution party members for the Tuesday, June 26 primary that features only one re...
  • Ballots go out for June primary

    Colorado voters will vote in the state’s first-ever June primary. Ballots were mailed out toward the end of last week to registered Democrats, Republicans and American Constitution party members for the Tuesday, June 26 primary that features only one re...
  • Seaboard mill site work is under way

    Work has been busy the last few weeks west of Holyoke at the new Seaboard Foods mill site. With the hopes of offering a more centralized mill to their live operations, Seaboard Foods is constructing a $13 million facility two miles west of town on a 33-ac...
  • NRCS announces EQIP cutoff

    The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in Phillips County recently announced an application cutoff date of Monday, July 2 in order to be considered for 2013 funding in the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP). Submitted eligible app...
  • No till field days to be held later this month in Neb.

    The Panhandle No Till Partnership will host a series of no-till field days the last week of June. Everyone is welcome to join these informational and informal discussions on all aspects of no till crop production. Lunch will be provided at all. The first...