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  • Council aims to solve stray animal problem

    After years of working to get an animal shelter in Holyoke, it appears as though the planning will finally come to fruition. During the Jan. 15 Holyoke City Council meeting, members discussed the future possibilities. The planned shelter will be located ...
  • Around Town

    Citywide power outage Monday A citywide power outage is planned for Monday, Jan. 28 from 1-3 p.m. for maintenance on the Holyoke substation by Western Area Power.   Community pep band set for February Musicians are needed for a community/alumni p...
  • Holyoke Enterprise Community Calendar

    Holyoke Enterprise January 24, 2013...
  • Two come-from-behind wins for HHS

    With boys’ basketball road victories over Wiggins and Burlington, the Dragons pushed their record to 4-4, winning four of their last five matches.   Holyoke 72, Wiggins 64 Tuesday, Jan. 8, the Dragons hit the road to face the Wiggins Tigers. Alt...
  • Swimmers dive into final month

    HHS swimmers dove right back into the competition this past week, heading into their final month of the 2012-13 season. The Dragons competed in a dual with Eaton Tuesday, Jan. 8 and at the Valor Invitational at Colorado School of Mines Saturday, Jan. 12....
  • Weather cancels wrestling meets

    HHS wrestlers unexpectedly had the weekend off when the Chase County Invitational in Imperial, Neb. and the Fort Collins JV tournament were canceled due to weather conditions Saturday, Jan. 12. This week, the varsity team will compete in a dual at Merino...
  • Erin Vieselmeyer tops 30 points in Wiggins

    Holyoke girls scored a big win Tuesday, Jan. 8 when they defeated Wiggins 49-21, with a standout 31 points put up by senior Erin Vieselmeyer. They followed up the win with a game in Burlington Saturday, Jan. 12, a disappointing 31-46 loss. “This past ...
  • Cheer Clinic is Jan. 26

    Holyoke High School cheerleaders have scheduled their annual Cheer Clinic Saturday, Jan. 26. Open to youth age 3 through sixth grade, the clinic will be held in the HHS auditorium. Participants in grades 4-6 will go from 9:30-noon, while all others will ...
  • First Baptist makes move to Johnson St.

    After nearly a year and a half of construction, the congregation of First Baptist Church of Holyoke is ready to make the move to the new church facility at 1000 E. Johnson St. The first official services will be held there this weekend, Jan. 19-20. The c...
  • First Baptist makes move to Johnson St.

    After nearly a year and a half of construction, the congregation of First Baptist Church of Holyoke is ready to make the move to the new church facility at 1000 E. Johnson St. The first official services will be held there this weekend, Jan. 19-20. The c...
  • 4-year-old donates to Locks of Love

    Jackelin Santiesteban, the 4-year-old daughter of Adaluz Santiesteban, recently donated her hair to Locks of Love. Since she was about 2 years old, Santiesteban saw the TV commercials of children with no hair. She would cry for them as her mom explained ...
  • Holyoke train depot the 'largest and best between Lincoln and Denver'

    Featured on the January calendar page in the Enterprise’s commemorative 125th anniversary calendar is the train depot in Holyoke, a building that played a special role in the birth of the town. In the summer of 1887, according to “Those were the Days...
  • Holyoke train depot the 'largest and best between Lincoln and Denver'

    Featured on the January calendar page in the Enterprise’s commemorative 125th anniversary calendar is the train depot in Holyoke, a building that played a special role in the birth of the town. In the summer of 1887, according to “Those were the Days...
  • Residents to sign up cell phones for alerts

    Phillips County residents can now self-register cell phones and email addresses to receive emergency notifications, announced Kenny Gaskill, director of Phillips County Communications Center. About a year ago, the county purchased WENS, a Wireless Emerge...
  • Residents to sign up cell phones for alerts

    Phillips County residents can now self-register cell phones and email addresses to receive emergency notifications, announced Kenny Gaskill, director of Phillips County Communications Center. About a year ago, the county purchased WENS, a Wireless Emerge...
  • Around Town

    Honor band concert is Mon. Holyoke will be hosting an honor band concert with several area schools Monday, Jan. 21, beginning at 6:30 p.m. in the HHS auditorium. Guest clinicians are Phuong Nguyen of Eaton High School and Peter Toews of Mountain View Hi...
  • Peekin' into the past

    Five Years AgoJan. 17, 2008 With the bylaws approved and officers appointed, the new Partners in Education organization is ready to get parents and community members more involved in the school system. Angel Sebastian Gutierrez Cid took first baby of th...
  • RRWCC moves questioned

    Time to put the spotlight on some issues for your information. First is the lawsuit filed by the Cures in US District Court against the Secretary of Agriculture and administrator of FSA. The complaint is 12 pages in length and I am reserving comment unti...
  • Extension Corner

    Family and Consumer Sciences in Phillips County Summary Report for 2012 Nutrition and Health Disease prevention and increasing awareness of nutrition and fitness benchmarks for Phillips County residents of all ages continues to be a primary area of prog...
  • School Menu

    Jan. 21-25 Elementary Breakfast Monday, Jan. 21: Breakfast burrito or bagel with toppings, fruit, milk. Tuesday, Jan. 22: Sausage gravy with biscuit or cereal with graham cracker, fruit, milk, juice. Wednesday, Jan. 23: Breakfast burrito or fruit muff...