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  • Walter earns B.A. degree from CCU

    Marcia Walter earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in early childhood education from Colorado Christian University Dec. 17, 2011. She completed her student teaching at Holyoke Elementary School in the fall of 2011 before returning to the Dragon’s Wagon P...
  • Gov. signs bill eliminating trans-fats in school meals

    Governor John Hickenlooper signed SB-12-068 Monday, June 4, which requires the elimination of industrially produced trans-fats such as vegetable shortening, margarine or any type of partially hydrogenated vegetable oil that contains more than zero grams o...
  • I'm Just Sayin'

    Game on! It’s summer. Doesn’t that just make you smile? It’s summer and that means watermelon and corn on the cob and flip flops and sparklers. Whether you are at a family reunion, up at the cabin or at your church picnic, summer is a time for ha...
  • The Senior Snippet

    The Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program (Ombudsman Program) assists residents of licensed long-term care facilities in protecting their health, safety, welfare and rights. In Colorado, long-term care ombudsmen are advocates for residents of nursing homes, a...
  • The Laughing Mom: humorous tales of motherhood

    Oreos for Mommy I have a sweet tooth, it’s true. I try to be a good mom by not exposing my children to too many sweets, which makes it difficult for me to indulge in them myself. So I go long stretches without having sweets, and I sigh like a martyr wh...
  • Extension Corner

    Bicycle safety is very important The summer months have brought much activity around town. There are kids riding their bikes around in front of their houses or around town to get to baseball practice, to the pool or library. Even adults are riding their ...
  • Colorado in full bloom

    There is certainly no mistaking the thousands of yucca plants in full bloom in northeast Colorado this time of year, standing tall with their recognizable bloom of pale yellow flowers. These yucca plants are just two of many that can be seen in the sandhi...
  • Colorado in full bloom

    There is certainly no mistaking the thousands of yucca plants in full bloom in northeast Colorado this time of year, standing tall with their recognizable bloom of pale yellow flowers. These yucca plants are just two of many that can be seen in the sandhi...
  • Work begins on Family Dollar

    Dirt work began this past weekend at the site of a new Family Dollar store one block west of the stoplight in Holyoke. The building will be built where the old Baldwin Chevrolet dealership once stood. Drake Real Estate Services, Inc. is the owner of the b...
  • Work begins on Family Dollar

    Dirt work began this past weekend at the site of a new Family Dollar store one block west of the stoplight in Holyoke. The building will be built where the old Baldwin Chevrolet dealership once stood. Drake Real Estate Services, Inc. is the owner of the b...
  • Gary Rahe, Harlan Stern take oath

    Gary Rahe and Harlan Stern were sworn into office Tuesday, May 22 during the regular meeting of East Phillips County Hospital District. Rahe begins his second four-year term while Stern begins his first. He was appointed in 2010 to fill the last two year...
  • Gary Rahe, Harlan Stern take oath

    Gary Rahe and Harlan Stern were sworn into office Tuesday, May 22 during the regular meeting of East Phillips County Hospital District. Rahe begins his second four-year term while Stern begins his first. He was appointed in 2010 to fill the last two year...
  • Rural education challenges addressed by Colorado panel

    Community leaders from around the state were given the opportunity to more fully understand the challenges facing rural Colorado public schools at “The Rural Education Challenge” forum at the School District 27J Training Center in Brighton last Thursd...
  • Rural education challenges addressed by Colorado panel

    Community leaders from around the state were given the opportunity to more fully understand the challenges facing rural Colorado public schools at “The Rural Education Challenge” forum at the School District 27J Training Center in Brighton last Thursd...
  • Park enhancement continues

    Work on the final phase at Homesteaders Park is nearing completion, reported Phillips County commissioners at their May 31 meeting. They are hoping the majority of the enhancement project will be done by the end of June. Curb and gutter work is scheduled...
  • Park enhancement continues

    Work on the final phase at Homesteaders Park is nearing completion, reported Phillips County commissioners at their May 31 meeting. They are hoping the majority of the enhancement project will be done by the end of June. Curb and gutter work is scheduled...
  • County launches new website

    A website containing everything from commissioners minutes to rental forms was recently launched and unveiled by Phillips County. Just about everything anyone would need to know about the county is now available at www.colorado.gov/phillipscounty. It’...
  • Veteran service honored

    Holyoke veteran Louie Murray, pictured in center, talks about his service in the U.S. Army with D’Nae Clinkenbeard, EMT and coumadin clinic associate, pictured at left; and Megan Apolius, at right.  —Enterprise photoHolyoke’s coumadin clinic was...
  • Here fishy, fishy, fishy

    Nearly 30 kids grabbed their poles and tackle boxes Friday afternoon, May 25 for a four-hour fishing camp held at Holyoke Lions Club Fishing Pond.The weather wasn’t ideal but the kids had a great time anyway.    —Enterprise photo Jack Wiela...
  • Swimming pool now open for summer

    Lifeguards at Holyoke Swimming Pool are pictured from left, front row, Malena McWilliams, Tanner Smith, Laura Gerk, Ashley Humphreys and Alyssa Roll; middle row, Jeremy Loutensock, Kaylee Groshans, Lindsay Helgoth, Molly Brandt, Jordan Zeiler and Erin Vie...