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  • Ralston is auto mech. top student

    Joshua Ralston of Berthoud was recently named Front Range Community College’s Outstanding Automotive Mechanics Student of the Year. His award plaque was presented by Rachel Pokrandt, dean of the secondary program “College Now” at Fort Collins. Ral...
  • College news

    Mallory Bennett has been named to the Dean’s List at the University of Denver for the winter quarter 2012. Bennett was also listed as a Hornbeck Scholar for the fall quarter 2011 and winter quarter 2012. This is the highest academic honor for undergrad...
  • Green and Growing

    People have found noticeable damage to the edges of wheat fields that are adjacent to introduced grass pastures or highway bar-ditches. Black grass bug, a native rangeland insect, is responsible for this crop injury. CSU Extension entomologists Bob Hammon...
  • H&B Home Service attends team summit

    Howard and Betty Hunter of H&B Home Service of Holyoke just returned from Orlando, Fla. after attending an annual team summit meeting for DISH Network retailers. At the recent meeting, about 3,000 DISH retailers from all over the United States heard ...
  • Backyard Conservation Camp to be held in June

    Haxtun Conservation District will be hosting its 6th Annual Backyard Conservation Camp June 4-5 for kids entering fourth through eighth grades. This year the camp will be traveling to the east edge of Phillips County to visit a site where prehistoric Ste...
  • Hospice of the Plains recognized as partners of "We Honor Veterans"

    It may surprise many people to learn that 25 percent of those who die every year in the U.S. are veterans. To help provide care and support that reflect the important contributions made by these men and women, Hospice of the Plains has become a national ...
  • Did you know?

    According to the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College University, men are now retiring later than they have in the past. In an analysis of data collected by the U.S. Census Bureau, the Center for Retirement Research found the average retiremen...
  • Yard theft prompts letter

    Dear Editor, In regards to the fine upstanding citizen of Holyoke who took four of my solar lights, I hope you are enjoying them. If you need more, I still have 13 left!   Carolyn FisherHolyoke Enterprise May 17, 2012...
  • Extension Corner

    4-H: positive youth development High school and college graduation season is upon us once again. Announcements seem to be filling up my family’s mailbox, with each one proudly showcasing this momentous occasion in each individual’s life. Phillips Co...
  • The Laughing Mom: humorous tales of motherhood

    Swimming babies Going swimming with a toddler and an infant is a lot of work. We managed to make it to the pool almost weekly last summer, but only with the help of friends and family. One particular time, my mother was helping me. At first, her job was...
  • Nursing and homework can kill

    Editor’s Note: Due to the length of this story, it was broken into two pieces. The first portion was printed in the May 10 issue of the Enterprise.  After what seemed like an eternity trying to keep up with the vacuum cleaner, I had sucked down so...
  • Peekin' into the past

    Five Years AgoMay 17, 2007 A Homecoming Celebration commemorating the 70th birthday of the Assembly of God Church in Holyoke will be held Saturday, May 20. SourceGas takes over Kinder Morgan as the local retail natural gas distribution utility. Effecti...
  • MV Equipment Community Calendar

    Holyoke Enterprise May 17, 2012...
  • Around Town

    Explore travel guide in paper Explore, a complete guide to travel and tourism fun throughout the High Plains, is inserted in this week’s edition. The Holyoke Enterprise is one of the six newspapers contributing to the publication.   Calendar eve...
  • 44 cross stage as newest HHS grads

    Sunday, May 13 was a special day in Holyoke as 44 Holyoke High School seniors crossed the stage in the gymnasium to receive their high school diplomas. Equally as special, mothers all around the United States were celebrating Mother’s Day. In Holyoke, ...
  • 44 cross stage as newest HHS grads

    Sunday, May 13 was a special day in Holyoke as 44 Holyoke High School seniors crossed the stage in the gymnasium to receive their high school diplomas. Equally as special, mothers all around the United States were celebrating Mother’s Day. In Holyoke, ...
  • New apartment building going up

    As is the case with many small communities around the area, Holyoke has a tough time offering rental properties. As a member of Phillips County Economic Development board, Tom Bennett said they receive calls each week inquiring about rental property in H...
  • New apartment building going up

    As is the case with many small communities around the area, Holyoke has a tough time offering rental properties. As a member of Phillips County Economic Development board, Tom Bennett said they receive calls each week inquiring about rental property in H...
  • Lynette Harms hanging it up after 20 years

    After 20 years of combined time spent in education, Holyoke Elementary special education teacher Lynette Harms is leaving the classroom. She is leaving the halls and the numerous kids for a much smaller number. She plans to spend some time with her two g...
  • Lynette Harms hanging it up after 20 years

    After 20 years of combined time spent in education, Holyoke Elementary special education teacher Lynette Harms is leaving the classroom. She is leaving the halls and the numerous kids for a much smaller number. She plans to spend some time with her two g...