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  • Bullock shares his voice

    “I’ve sung all over the world and told these stories time and time again.” Now it’s time these stories find their place on the pages of magazines, newspapers and maybe even a book some day. Musician Verne Bullock saw an ad on the internet a few ...
  • Audience in awe of a cappella artists

    There was a master class held at Holyoke High School auditorium last Thursday night, March 8 as the six-member group, Street Corner Symphony, schooled an enthusiastic audience in the ways and means of a cappella singing. And masters they were! The Nashvi...
  • County Express receives medical grant

    Chris Wiant, CEO for the Caring for Colorado Foundation, has announced a grant of $42,000 for County Express to provide non-emergent medical transportation in Northeast Colorado. In announcing the grant award, Wiant noted, “That mission of the Caring f...
  • Jack's Bean joins NJC's Club 1941

    This year marks the 10th anniversary for Jack’s Bean Company with their current ownership, but there’s more to the operation than just a decade of being “full of beans.” Back in 1932, Jack’s Bean Company was first started in Fort Morgan. Since ...
  • Prescribed burning outlined

    Last week the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) held a prescribed burn workshop in Holyoke. The training was offered to NRCS staff, local volunteer fire departments and others who were seeking training to design burn plans in order to conduct ...
  • Economic Dev. meeting March 21

    Phillips County Economic Development Corporation (PCEDC) will hold its annual meeting Wednesday, March 21 at Phillips County Event Center. The social will begin at 5:30 p.m. with the dinner and program following at 6 p.m. Current PCED board members are ...
  • HEA annual meeting to be held March 20

    Highline Electric Association will host its annual meeting Tuesday, March 20 at Phillips County Event Center at 6:30 p.m. A complimentary meal and registration will kick off the evening at 5:30 p.m. with the business meeting to follow. Reports by office...
  • Heirloom vegetable workshop to be held

    Those wishing to learn about heirloom vegetables are encouraged to attend a workshop Monday, March 26 at 1 p.m. at Phillips County Event Center. Participants in the workshop will learn about the choices they have for growing heirlooms, learn best practic...
  • Join the Arbor Day Foundation

    The Arbor Day Foundation is making it easier for everyone to celebrate the arrival of spring through planting trees. Join the Arbor Day Foundation in March and receive 10 free white flowering dogwood trees. “White flowering dogwoods will add year-roun...
  • Local musicians compete at Solo and Ensemble

    Six Holyoke music students performed at Fort Morgan’s Solo and Ensemble contest Saturday, March 3. Pictured from left are Whitney Powell, I rating on flute solo; Lindsay Helgoth, I rating on tenor sax jazz solo; Natasha Peregoy, II+ rating on vocal solo...
  • Fact or fiction? Chief catches big bunch of domino gallopers in car

    These stories from local history are sometimes so extraordinary it’s hard to believe they actually happened. Check out ‘fact or fiction’ stories: they’re actual Enterprise news clips reprinted from the past.  Loud and strange noises coming...
  • Dragons thump Bulldogs on opening day

    It was a great March day for the first pitch—even if it was a bit breezy. It didn’t slow the boys in green and gold down however, as they flew by Haxtun in dominating fashion Saturday, March 10. The Holyoke Dragon baseball team won both games of the ...
  • Dragons kick off track season

    “Train like you are second and race like you are first.” Thirty-one HHS athletes are looking to run faster, jump higher and throw farther as they embark on the 2012 track and field season. “We are a pretty young squad, so I look forward to getting ...
  • Holyoke Dragons return strong lineup to the baseball diamond

    After last year, Holyoke baseball coach Kyle Bules doesn’t know what to think about the upcoming year. A very strong lineup returns after Holyoke graduated two seniors. There are 24 on this year’s team. The 2011 squad had a fantastic year but it ab...
  • HJHS places 13 in league wrestling

    Holyoke Junior High wrestling ended the 2012 season with a second-place finish at the LPAA League tournament in Akron Monday, March 5. Thirteen Dragons placed in the top four in the tournament to end what coach Jack Garrison called a great season. Only ...
  • Chuckwagon dinner Saturday in Haxtun

    Members of The Long Run band plan to invade Haxtun Schools for the 39th annual Haxtun Lions Club Chuckwagon Dinner and Show Saturday, March 17. This year’s event includes all the favorites—family entertainment and the usual roast beef dinner with all...
  • Contest open to local poets

    Central Point Fine Arts is sponsoring a poetry contest which is free and is open to Holyoke residents. There are 50 prizes totaling $5,000 with a $1,000 grand prize for the last poet standing. Poems of 21 lines or fewer on any subject and in any style wi...
  • School Board set to meet March 20

    Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education will meet Tuesday, March 20 at 7 p.m. in HJHS Room #218. In the superintendent’s report, Bret Miles will discuss performance plans for elementary and high school, construction grant update and gift ackno...
  • PeeWee wrestling tourney is huge success

    The Holyoke PeeWee Wrestling Tournament has been dubbed a tremendous success by organizers. There were tears and cheers but when all was said and done, everyone was happy with the turnout. Following a parade of teams, grapplers hit the mat for five hours...
  • Reader questions reporting

    Dear Editor: I’m proud of my roots in Phillips County and often brag about how I was raised, the type of people and community I represent and the results of those interactions that make me who I am today. This is often met by a chuckle and comments abo...