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  • Homesteaders playground plans receive $5,000 Daniels Fund grant

    Phillips County Commissioners announced at their Nov. 23 meeting they have received a $5,000 Daniels Fund grant to support the Homesteaders Park playground improvement project. The county and the playground committee have been working on a project to ...
  • Fact or Fiction? Turkey Talk On Special Here Saturday October 29

    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. Turkey kings and queens, regal speci...
  • Master Chorale to perform Dec. 12

    A Renaissance Christmas featuring the number “Here We Go A-Caroling” will open the “Nineteenth Noel,” a Christmas concert. The Master Chorale, under the direction of Don Johnson, will perform Sunday, Dec. 12, at 4 p.m., at the Dorothy Corsberg Th...
  • Medicines in development for Alzheimer's

    As the champagne corks are popping this New Year’s Eve, the first American Baby Boomers will turn age 65. Members of the demographic bulge that transformed American politics and culture are expected to usher in yet another momentous change—a huge incr...
  • Help slow the spread of sickness

    It’s cold and flu season again, so it’s time for a refresher course on what one can do to keep their family healthy. Most people know colds are less severe than influenza, but they’re often unsure about specific symptoms. For example, the flu is of...
  • Fact or Fiction? Bank robbers caught in hills near Holyoke

    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.  The third and final suspect in...
  • Avoid food poisoning by properly handling and cooking food

    State health officials recently reminded Coloradans about the importance of properly handling and preparing foods to avoid getting sick from food this holiday season. Therese Pilonetti, program manager for the Colorado Department of Public Health and Env...
  • Ideas offered to survive grief during the holidays

    Once again, the cooler weather and falling autumn leaves remind us the holidays are fast approaching. Scenes of families gathered for Thanksgiving dinner and children eagerly rushing to the Christmas tree to open gifts fill our thoughts. But for those exp...
  • Fact or Fiction? One man near death as result of fight

    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.  A free-for-all fight, which re...
  • Imperial's 2011 SCORE science camp will follow 'Days of Discovery' theme

    Science Camps Offer Rewarding Experiences, better known as SCORE in this area, is returning for its 14th year in June, 2011. Camp Director Marla Smith of Imperial, Neb. said one of the major changes includes camper attendance for three days instead of fi...
  • 'Science on Wheels' program coming to SCORE camp in 2011

    One of the new presentations coming to the 2011 SCORE camps in Imperial, Neb. next summer will be an interactive chemistry and physics program. SCORE stands for Science Camps Offer Rewarding Experiences, and will mark its 14th year when it’s held in an...
  • Dragons look forward to another successful year on the ball court

    Returning letterwinners from last year’s state championship team include from left, front row, Preston King, Alex Quintana, Austin Killin and Brian DeBoer; and back row, Jeremy Loutensock, Reid Baumgartner, Cody Fricke and Willie Greenman.   &n...
  • HHS swimmers dive into 2010-11 season

    Eight HHS swimmers, as well as one from Haxtun and one from Julesburg, are practicing with the local girls as part of the Sterling High School swim team. They dive into their first competition this Saturday, Dec. 4 at the Valley Invite. Holyoke boasts f...
  • Wrestling team small but tough

    Returning letterwinners on the HHS wrestling team this year are pictured from left, Mark Edmonds, Skyler Dittmer, Ben Martinez and Broc Pelle. Not pictured is letterwinner Parker Redfern.­­          —Enterprise p...
  • Teamwork the focus of Lady Dragon basketball this year

    Holyoke’s Lady Dragon basketball team is back and ready for challenge as they open their 2010-11 season this Friday. “I am looking forward to this season and continuing the success we have had in the past few years,” said head coach Arlan Scholl. ...
  • HHS athletes garner awards for fall sports

    HHS athletes were recognized for efforts put forth during the fall sports season at the athletic awards program Monday, Nov. 22 at HHS. Sports recognized were golf, softball, volleyball and football. Academic All-State honors were also announced. HHS ath...
  • Burlington downs Wray for state title

    Burlington traveled to Wray Saturday, Nov. 27 and captured the class 1A title after a close 13-7 victory. The game was a rematch of a game played Sept. 10 which Wray won 21-14. The third seeded Cougars entered last Saturday’s game with an 11-1 record w...
  • USDA grant funds open to aquaculture

    The Colorado Department of Agriculture invites licensed aquaculture facilities in Colorado to apply for the 2009 Aquaculture Grant Program. The U.S. Department of Agriculture has announced availability of up to $20 million in assistance to administer a 2...
  • Energy Office to hold efficiency event Dec. 7

    Insulation and air-sealing professionals are encouraged to attend a two-hour event that will provide them with a toolkit of useful information on current consumer rebates as well as techniques on promoting and selling energy efficiency to their customers....
  • Test herds for bovine trichomoniasis

    The Colorado Department of Agriculture reminds cattle owners to test their herd for Bovine Trichomoniasis. “Testing and monitoring herds for trichomoniasis is the best method of controlling this infection,” said State Veterinarian, Dr. Keith Roehr. ...