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  • Pamida to close July 20; Abts Pharmacy to remodel for prescription pickup

    Shopko Stores announced this week they will be closing the Pamida Pharmacy located at 118 S. Interocean Ave. in Holyoke, effective at 5:30 p.m. Friday, July 20. The pharmacy’s prescription files will be placed at Abts Pharmacy in Julesburg. Beginning M...
  • State fire ban is lifted

    Local fireworks not rescheduled as of yet As of Sunday, July 8, the fire ban put in place in Colorado was lifted by Governor John Hickenlooper. Hickenlooper said favorable weather allowed him to ease the statewide ban that came June 14 as wildfires rage...
  • State fire ban is lifted

    Local fireworks not rescheduled as of yet As of Sunday, July 8, the fire ban put in place in Colorado was lifted by Governor John Hickenlooper. Hickenlooper said favorable weather allowed him to ease the statewide ban that came June 14 as wildfires rage...
  • MMHF prepares for triathlon

    The weather will probably be hot, but it shouldn’t keep people from participating in Melissa Memorial Hospital Foundation’s eighth annual Amateur Triathlon 120 Club competition Saturday, July 14. Registration for the event will be held from 7-7:45 a....
  • MMHF prepares for triathlon

    The weather will probably be hot, but it shouldn’t keep people from participating in Melissa Memorial Hospital Foundation’s eighth annual Amateur Triathlon 120 Club competition Saturday, July 14. Registration for the event will be held from 7-7:45 a....
  • Blue Jeans and Country Dreams

    Phillips County 4-H members are getting excited about this year’s fair, so they sat down to answer a few questions about their “Blue Jeans and Country Dreams!” Look for more interviews in the next couple of weeks before the Phillips County Fair, Jul...
  • Be prepared: evacuation plans, supply kits essential for every household

    With fires raging in every corner of the state, many Coloradans are asking themselves what they would do if their home was in danger of fire or another natural disaster. Depending on time, what should be packed and how should the house be left? What abou...
  • I'm Just Cookin'

    Flower Power I was super excited this summer when the Heginbotham Library called me up to ask me to be a judge for their Teen Summer Reading Program Chopped Competition. After the first round of this mock TV show, the kids not only had sticky, frosting-...
  • Haxtun Corn Festival Quilt Show coming up

    High Plains Heritage Quilters are reminding all quilters to get busy and round up or finish their new quilts for the 2012 Haxtun Corn Festival Quilt Show Sept. 29 at the Haxtun Community Center, 125 E. Wilson, Haxtun. The show will be open from 11 a.m.-4:...
  • Board of health approves new rabies regulations

    Members of the Board of Health kicked off their June meeting with a public hearing to discuss proposed changes to the Northeast Colorado Health Department’s rabies regulations. With no objections raised, the board moved forward to adopt the new regulati...
  • Women of Faith sign-up available

    Women of Faith’s 2012 conference is coming up Friday-Saturday, Sept. 28-29 in Denver, and now’s the time to get signed up for the annual event. This year’s theme is “Celebrate What Matters 2012.” Compelling stories, world-class music, authentic...
  • Family connections many in history of Lamar, Neb.

    The Woodmancy, Hall and Wallin family names hold a lot of history and were some of the predominant families living in Lamar, Neb. in its early years. And, often, the families also have ties to important structures and buildings in the community at that t...
  • Lamar sets July 15 celebration

    There is a lot of history to be told about the village of Lamar, Neb., 16 miles east of Holyoke. This year is a special one for the community of 18 residents as Lamar will celebrate its 125th birthday. Carolyn Wallin, who has deep roots in the community...
  • New cafe offers healthier options

    Gano Cafe owners are pictured in their new business from left, Dalia Ortiz, Ricky Quintana and Carmen Ramirez. The partners opened their new cafe at 125 1/2 N. Campbell Monday morning, July 2.  —Enterprise photoAt 5 a.m. Monday, July 2 Gano Cafe off...
  • Supreme Court upholds healthcare law provisions

    Colorado Republicans who decried the Thursday, June 28 health care ruling said the state did the right thing by beginning to create insurance exchanges required under the law, rather than waiting for the federal government to create one. Democrats said t...
  • Rural Entrepreneurs sought

    Applications are currently being accepted for the CSU Extension 2012 Rural Entrepreneurship Academy (Project REI). Project REI is a leadership program focused on educating entrepreneurs and start-up businesses about the full scope of planning and launchin...
  • RRWCD to meet July 12 in Holyoke

    The board of directors of the Republican River Water Conservation District will be holding its regular quarterly meeting in Holyoke Thursday, July 12 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at Phillips County Event Center, Biesemeier Room. Public comment will be held at 1 p...
  • CHA receives grant for national quality initiative

    The Colorado Hospital Association (CHA) has received a $1.6 million grant that will enable 61 Colorado hospitals to participate in the Partnership for Patients campaign, a national initiative that aims to reduce inpatient harm by 40 percent and avoidable ...
  • Water conservation outlined

    According to Waskom and Neibauer at Colorado State University Extension, water supply planners estimate that a typical household needs approximately 150,000 gallons of water per year to satisfy the demand for water in the house and for the landscape. Sinc...
  • Ben Cox enjoys some time on course with dad

    As Ben Cox was wiggling his way into his customized golf cart Tuesday, June 26 at Ballyneal Golf Club, some of the troopers from a day earlier were waking up after a full day of golf. “I feel a lot better than I did last night,” one of them said when...