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  • Headquarters revived at new main street location

    Ron Koch is no stranger to cutting hair, but a new shop is providing a change of scene for this local stylist. With nearly 40 years of experience under his belt, Koch recently opened Headquarters at the newly remodeled 114 E. Denver, just east of the sto...
  • Banaka celebrates 30 years at Ardie's

    Debby Banaka is pictured with the angel gift she received from Ardie Besse, in celebration of her 30-year anniversary as a stylist at Ardie’s Beauty Barr in Holyoke.—Enterprise photo Banaka graduated from Bernel Beauty School in Fort Collins in 1981 ...
  • Pro Farmer Profit Briefing event in Holyoke Tuesday

    A one-day profit-briefing conference by the Professional Farmers of America is being brought to Holyoke Tuesday, Dec. 13 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Phillips County Event Center. Pro Farmer editors and industry experts will share what lies ahead for land p...
  • HEA board approves capital credits fund

    Mark Farnsworth, general manager of Highline Electric Association in Holyoke, announced the Highline board of directors approved a capital credits refund of approximately $1,544,000 to the membership. In addition, Highline retired capital credits totaling...
  • Semifinalists named for NJC pres

    The Colorado Community College System announced recently the search committee has named five semifinalists for consideration to become the permanent president for Northeastern Junior College (NJC) in Sterling. The national search for a president for NJC ...
  • Alex Vieselmeyer joins American Angus Assoc.

    Alex Vieselmeyer of Amherst is a new junior member of the American Angus Association, according to Bryce Schumann, CEO of the national organization with headquarters in Saint Joseph, Mo. Junior members of the association are eligible to register cattle i...
  • Peekin' into the past

    Five Years AgoDec. 7, 2006 Dr. Greg Holst, who has been with the East Phillips County Hospital District for five and a half years, has taken a position as a partner in a private practice in Eureka, Calif. and will be leaving Jan. 31, 2007. Members of th...
  • Another Perspective

    Kids’ vocabulary can prove entertaining Grandpa (my husband) took our 8-year-old grandson, Austin, on a nighttime shopping excursion when we were in Lincoln, Neb. recently. They hit the jackpot by finding a birthday present Austin was excited about, th...
  • It's the Pitts

    Amarillo Ann Before I met Ann I was as refined and had as much culture as a rotting coyote carcass. And what culture I had been exposed to I didn’t like very much. Ann called me out of the blue one day and said she’d written a book about her husband...
  • The Laughing Mom: humorous tales of motherhood

    Rise and shine “The sun, Mommy! The sun!” That is what I woke up to almost every morning last summer at the crack of dawn. “Yes, Melise, the sun is up,” I responded groggily. It was always the grey-orange of sunrise when she woke up. I’m not e...
  • Extension Corner

    Holidays and food go hand in hand If you follow a gluten-free lifestyle or will be with someone who does, the holiday season can present challenges. Gluten is the protein in many cereal grains (wheat, rye, barley, spelt, kamut or triticale and foods tha...
  • The 20th Noel concert in Sterling Dec. 11

    The 20th Noel, a Christmas Concert, will be presented by The Master Chorale under the direction of Don Johnson at 4 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 11 at the Dorothy Corsberg Theater at NJC in Sterling. The Master Chorale will be completing its 20th year, and for its...
  • Harms marks 50 years as Town of Paoli mayor

    Virgil Harms has called roughly 600 meetings of the Paoli Town Board to order. That has to be a far-reaching record. He was 34 years old when he became the mayor of Paoli. Five decades later, he’s still in charge of the gavel at the monthly meetings of...
  • Harms marks 50 years as Town of Paoli mayor

    Virgil Harms has called roughly 600 meetings of the Paoli Town Board to order. That has to be a far-reaching record. He was 34 years old when he became the mayor of Paoli. Five decades later, he’s still in charge of the gavel at the monthly meetings of...
  • 2-year adventure takes couple around the world

    Roughly 30 countries, 26 months, 119 beds and 35,000 photographs. Those are just a few of the statistics one young couple kept while on their lengthy “vacation.” Jonathan and Carrie (Roll) Kraft recently returned from a two-year excursion that is sur...
  • 2-year adventure takes couple around the world

    Roughly 30 countries, 26 months, 119 beds and 35,000 photographs. Those are just a few of the statistics one young couple kept while on their lengthy “vacation.” Jonathan and Carrie (Roll) Kraft recently returned from a two-year excursion that is sur...
  • Cold doesn't stop holiday festivities

    It took every glove, scarf, coat and hat one could find to stay warm, but the annual Country Christmas and Parade of Lights was deemed a success. “It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas” served as the theme for the Parade of Lights—and feel ...
  • Cold doesn't stop holiday festivities

    It took every glove, scarf, coat and hat one could find to stay warm, but the annual Country Christmas and Parade of Lights was deemed a success. “It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas” served as the theme for the Parade of Lights—and feel ...
  • New notification system a possibility for comm center

    Phillips County Communications Center is considering a new notification system, reported county commissioners at their Nov. 22 meeting. County administrator Randy Schafer said after three demonstrations of different products, they are looking at WENS (Wi...
  • Thanksgiving Day: food, family, and, of course, football!

    With temperatures close to 70 degrees last Thursday, Nov. 24, plenty of families got to spend their Thanksgiving holiday outdoors. Whether they were playing an intense family football game, hanging up Christmas lights or walking off all the stuffing they ...