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  • It's the Pitts

    Miss management I just read an article that said women want to take a more active interest in ranch and farm operations. That’s great, I was thinking, I’m all for women feeding hay out the back of the truck while I drive, hoeing invasive weeds and di...
  • The Laughing Mom: humorous tales of motherhood

    Kids say the darnedest things Before Melise was 3 years old, she was a jabber-box! No matter what we’re doing or where we are, she just keeps talking. I can’t count the amount of times people have said, “My, she has a lot to say.” Often, when sh...
  • Extension Corner

    4-H through the eyes of a Cloverbud One of the greatest joys of a 4-H agent’s job is having the opportunity to work with youth of all ages. Each age group is unique, and each has different needs and abilities. All ages are fun to work with, but there ...
  • MV Equipment Community Calendar

    Holyoke Enterprise May 31, 2012...
  • Around Town

    HVFD called Holyoke Volunteer Fire Department responded to a vehicle fire in the 1300 block of East Johnson Street in Holyoke Thursday, May 24 at 7:25 p.m. The fire was extinguished and no one was injured.  Holyoke Enterprise May 31, 2012...
  • Holyoke honors, remembers the fallen

    The wind was blowing due east which made for a pretty sight heading to Holyoke’s Memorial Park Monday, May 28. The flags, flying at half staff, were evenly blowing toward the cemetery, which was the setting for the annual Memorial Day service. About 60...
  • Holyoke honors, remembers the fallen

    The wind was blowing due east which made for a pretty sight heading to Holyoke’s Memorial Park Monday, May 28. The flags, flying at half staff, were evenly blowing toward the cemetery, which was the setting for the annual Memorial Day service. About 60...
  • Bustin' out, vacation begins

    Angel Rojo RamirezAlexeya BohlenderThere were cheers of happiness in Holyoke Thursday, May 24 when the doors of the schools opened and students rushed out to begin their summer vacation. Above, Marlon Turcios, in front at left, heads out with friend Kayde...
  • Bustin' out, vacation begins

    Angel Rojo RamirezAlexeya BohlenderThere were cheers of happiness in Holyoke Thursday, May 24 when the doors of the schools opened and students rushed out to begin their summer vacation. Above, Marlon Turcios, in front at left, heads out with friend Kayde...
  • Re-1J Foundation board pleased with 2011 results

    Partnering with the Holyoke School District, the Re-1J Foundation, Inc. board of directors is pleased with progress made in the past year for the local schools. Major areas of impact include the effort to put Promethean Boards (electronic white boards) i...
  • Re-1J Foundation board pleased with 2011 results

    Partnering with the Holyoke School District, the Re-1J Foundation, Inc. board of directors is pleased with progress made in the past year for the local schools. Major areas of impact include the effort to put Promethean Boards (electronic white boards) i...
  • Grounds to be blessed at PV Cemetery

    Pleasant Valley Cemetery is one of several rural cemeteries in Phillips County, and community members are invited to gather there for a special occasion this Memorial weekend. Ceremonies will be conducted Sunday, May 27 at 4:30 p.m. at the cemetery locat...
  • Fan appreciation night draws large crowd to the race track

    A very large crowd packed into the stands at Phillips County Raceway Friday, May 18 for Fan Appreciation Night. Despite overcast skies and some visible lightning, the races continued as fans were treated to a full lineup of fast cars. Making their first...
  • Girl Scouts hold bridging ceremony

    Members of the local Girl Scout troop who took part in the bridging ceremony last Thursday are pictured from left, front row, Alicia Torres and Charlotte Kramer; second row, Riann Worley, Tyla Knutson, Eva Kramer, Marysol Astorga and Ana Esquer Castro; an...
  • Peerless Theatre to host free DVD series this summer

    Both old movie favorites and recently released titles are coming to life again on the big screen this summer during the Peerless Theatre’s free DVD movie series. Adding to the community’s summer entertainment options, the DVD series is a great way fo...
  • Committee making progress on dog pound

    Plans are steadily moving forward with a dog pound/holding facility to be built and utilized in Holyoke. Council members heard an update during the Tuesday, May 15 regular meeting from those on the committee researching the project. Councilman Steve Moo...
  • Awards ceremony recognizes PCFES student achievement

    Phillips County Family Education Services, Inc. (PCFES) held its 11th annual awards night Thursday, May 17 at the Phillips County Event Center. The awards program is planned each year to recognize the achievements of students who participated in adult En...
  • Motorcycle accident claims life

    The Wauneta, Neb. community got rocked with yet another tragedy Monday afternoon, May 21 when Wauneta native Terrin Barnard, 28, died after losing control of the motorcycle he was driving. According to Chase County, Neb. Sheriff Kevin Mueller, Barnard wa...
  • Bagged salads recalled recently

    All bags have been pulled and destroyed, according to Kenny Owens of Holyoke Marketplace, in regards to a recent recall of bagged salads. River Ranch Fresh Foods, LLC of Salinas, Calif. has voluntarily recalled bagged salads due to potential contaminatio...
  • Grant helps fight childhood obesity

    The Colorado Farm to School Task Force received a $105,000 grant from the Colorado Health Foundation (www.coloradohealth.org) to help schools, local farmers and communities bring fresh local food into K-12 school meal and snack programs. “Farm-to-schoo...