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  • Sewing bee leaves ladies in stitches

    There might have been more laughing than sewing going on, but a group of six women sure had fun at their old-fashioned sewing bee last Wednesday, March 20.Posing with their machines and a couple projects are Joene Crocker, Roene Fox, Tina Kramer, Kay Schm...
  • I'm Just Cookin'

    A sweet treat for my peepsThey say you know spring is here when you see robins in the trees, but really (let’s not lie to ourselves), you know it’s spring when you see those colorful, sugary PEEPS® lining the shelves of the grocery store. Five and a...
  • New law sets restrictions for disposing electronics

    Phillips County ahead of schedule for landfill restrictionsBeginning July 1, Colorado residents no longer may dispose of most electronic waste in their household trash because Colorado landfills no longer may accept e-waste. The change is the result of a ...
  • HPD warns citizens of scams

    Scammers posing as Medicaid or Medicare representatives have popped up in Holyoke with intentions of acquiring banking information. The Holyoke Police Department recently received a call from a concerned citizen who had been contacted by telephone by a p...
  • School Menu

    April 1-5 Elementary Breakfast Monday-Wednesday, April 1-3: No school. Thursday, April 4: Egg and cheese bagel, pancake with syrup or cereal with cheese stick, fruit, milk, juice. Friday, April 5: Sausage, egg and cheese bagel, breakfast burrito or br...
  • Oil companies seeking eminent domain and condemnation rights

    A legislative measure to grant eminent domain and condemnation rights to oil companies has finally made it out of its first committee, more than two months after beginning the process. Senate Bill 13-191 survived a close vote in the Senate Local Governme...
  • Ranchers, farmers celebrate Colorado Agriculture Day

    The Colorado Agriculture Council partnered with the American Culinary Federation Colorado Chefs Association to celebrate Colorado Agriculture Day Tuesday, March 19. As a part of National Agriculture Day, the event was designed to highlight agriculture’...
  • Newman Adventures receives first dollar

    Newman Adventures, which features guided hunts, a hunting lodge and hunting preserve south of Paoli, is presented a First Dollar of Profit from Holyoke Chamber of Commerce. Pictured from left are Chamber director Mary Tomky, Mindy Dickinson, Matt Newman a...
  • CHS successfully raises over 2 million meals

    Grainland Co-op held its 2nd annual Harvest for Hunger drive March 1-20. The drive collected 220 pounds of food and $1,775 in cash and grain. Donated items are pictured. The drive was in cooperation with the CHS Inc. goal of raising 2 million meals for fa...
  • FCCLA, FFA service sale is huge success

    HHS Family Career and Community Leaders of America and FFA held their annual service sale and Rocky Mountain oyster fry Monday, March 25. A new format for the auction proved quite successful as total funds raised from the sale almost doubled last year’...
  • FSA emergency loan availability announced

    With the publication of the final rule of the disaster designation on July 12, 2012, found at 7CFR 759, Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack designated 47 Nebraska counties as primary natural disaster areas due to a recent drought. Contiguous counties in...
  • Green and Growing

    Farm estate workshop offeredA Farm Estate and Transition Planning workshop will be held in Sterling, Monday, April 8 at Logan County Extension Office located at 508 S. 10th Ave., Suite 1. The workshop offers a discussion of business, family, tax and admi...
  • April Meet & Eat Menu

    Monday, April 1—White bean soup with chicken, cracker packet, confetti coleslaw, mandarin orange with bananas. Tuesday, April 2—Pork chop suey, rice, carrot coins, whole wheat roll, apple juice, pineapple tidbits. Wednesday, April 3—Hamburger on a...
  • Extension Corner

    Gardening trends for 2013 This year the Color of the Year is designated as emerald. It is also the year with annual plants showing off tropical bright hues such as melon, tangerine, turquoise, guava and yellow. If you like bold colors, 2013 is the year....
  • It's the Pitts

    Counterfeit cowboys You sure do see a lot of folks who were raised on pavement trying to look and act like cowboys and cowgirls. Us cowboys are all so cool, who can really blame them? There are sure signs of counterfeit cowboys, such as no spur marks on...
  • Peekin' into the past

    Five Years AgoMarch 27, 2008 With new regulations taking a toll on above-ground gas plants in the area, Grainland Co-op is eliminating the Amherst and Haxtun bulk plants and creating a huge underground bulk plant in Holyoke. A new part-time code enforce...
  • Services set for Holy Week, Easter Sunday

    Several Holy Week and Easter services are scheduled at area churches throughout the week. The following churches have events planned: First Christian Church Holyoke First Christian church will hold an Easter breakfast for the community Sunday, March 31 ...
  • Holyoke Enterprise Community Calendar

    Holyoke Enterprise March 28, 2013...
  • Around Town

    Easter egg hunt is set for this Saturday Children age 2 through fourth grade are invited to participate in the annual Easter egg hunt Saturday, March 30 at 1 p.m. The event is sponsored in three locations by Holyoke Lions Club, VFW Post #6482 and America...
  • First Baptist dedicates new facility to the glory of God

    Around 220 people gathered Sunday morning, March 24 for worship, fellowship and the dedication of the new First Baptist Church facility located on the southeast edge of town at 1000 E. Johnson St. The special service was a time to reconnect with current ...