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  • Club report

    FCE Jolly Dozen Club FCE Jolly Dozen Club met at First Christian Church Tuesday, March 13. There were eight members and two guests present. Donna Watson served as hostess.Holyoke Enterprise March 22, 2012...
  • Another Perspective

    Dad’s legacy lives on after 10 years Sunday will mark 10 years since my father took his last breath on this earth and joined the angels. Oh how vividly I recall that day. It was bitter sweet as death of someone near and dear tugs at the heartstrings in...
  • It's the Pitts

    You gotta read this There’s one thing I simply must buy every year: The Old Farmer’s Almanac. In this digital age you’ll know it’s the end of the world when the Almanac ceases to exist or goes totally digital. The 2012 edition is the 220th consec...
  • The Laughing Mom: humorous tales of motherhood

    Alina’s antics Alina is my baby, although she’s almost 14 months old, so maybe she’s not much of a baby any more. When she was first born, she was quiet, calm and easy. Now, I’m afraid the pendulum is swinging the other direction! Alina took a l...
  • Healthy, quick breakfasts a possibility for busy mornings

    Breakfast has long been referred to as the most important meal of the day. This morning meal should be a high priority before rushing off to work. It’s also beneficial for students heading to school to enjoy a meal before they catch the bus. Studies ha...
  • Peekin' into the past

    Five Years AgoMarch 22, 2007 HHS athletes who received All-Conference Basketball designation are Zach Krueger, Landon Smith and Victoria Timm, with Austin Tharp, Danielle Olofson and Kristin Williamson receiving honorable mention. Several Holyoke JR/SR ...
  • Three fireman injured when wind shifts, fire covers stuck truck in Yuma County

    Holyoke VFD summoned to assist Haxtun Dept. in Phillips Co. fire during high winds SundayJennifer Struckmeyer of the Wages Volunteer Fire Department suffered second- and third-degree burns on 25 percent of her body in the Heartstrong Fire in Yuma County S...
  • Three fireman injured when wind shifts, fire covers stuck truck in Yuma County

    Holyoke VFD summoned to assist Haxtun Dept. in Phillips Co. fire during high winds SundayJennifer Struckmeyer of the Wages Volunteer Fire Department suffered second- and third-degree burns on 25 percent of her body in the Heartstrong Fire in Yuma County S...
  • Mayor, three council members to be elected Tuesday, April 3

    Residents of City of Holyoke will elect a mayor and three council members to four-year terms Tuesday, April 3 in a municipal election. Incumbent Orville Tonsing was the sole person to file for the mayor’s seat, which he has held since Aug. 17, 2010. I...
  • Mayor, three council members to be elected Tuesday, April 3

    Residents of City of Holyoke will elect a mayor and three council members to four-year terms Tuesday, April 3 in a municipal election. Incumbent Orville Tonsing was the sole person to file for the mayor’s seat, which he has held since Aug. 17, 2010. I...
  • Hospital district to host annual health fair Sat.

    East Phillips County Hospital District will host its annual health fair Saturday, March 24 from 9 a.m.-noon at Holyoke High School. Those who had their blood drawn will be able to pick up their lab results and visit with a provider about them that day. C...
  • Hospital district to host annual health fair Sat.

    East Phillips County Hospital District will host its annual health fair Saturday, March 24 from 9 a.m.-noon at Holyoke High School. Those who had their blood drawn will be able to pick up their lab results and visit with a provider about them that day. C...
  • 29th annual Community Night brings town together

    Holyoke’s 29th annual Community Night, sponsored and hosted by Holyoke Chamber of Commerce, received a good turnout Monday night, March 12 at Holyoke High School. The event saw 350 people enjoy the free meal while also visiting the many tables and orga...
  • Phillips County Art Show to be held March 22-25

    2012 Phillips County Art Show marks the 10th year this regional show has been sponsored by Phillips County Arts Council. The art show is Thursday-Sunday, March 22-25 at Holyoke High School, 545 East Hale Street. The work of artists of Colorado and Nebra...
  • School calendar set

    A calendar with 175 student days was adopted by Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education for 2012-13 at its March 6 meeting. The calendar includes a two-week Christmas break and a four-day break around Easter and incorporates 190 teacher contract...
  • It's about time I said this

    It was just another day, I thought, when I walked into my math class in the spring of 1959, knowing we were all going to take a test that day. Mr. Downing passed out the tests and sat down behind his desk, reached back and pulled his old D-28 Martin out ...
  • 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 ...