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  • New school staff on board

    An elementary school counselor, four teachers, elementary secretary and one-on-one paraprofessional were hired for the 2012-13 school year at the June 5 meeting of Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education. With several years counseling experience...
  • Ballots go out for June primary

    Colorado voters will vote in the state’s first-ever June primary. Ballots were mailed out toward the end of last week to registered Democrats, Republicans and American Constitution party members for the Tuesday, June 26 primary that features only one re...
  • Ballots go out for June primary

    Colorado voters will vote in the state’s first-ever June primary. Ballots were mailed out toward the end of last week to registered Democrats, Republicans and American Constitution party members for the Tuesday, June 26 primary that features only one re...
  • Seaboard mill site work is under way

    Work has been busy the last few weeks west of Holyoke at the new Seaboard Foods mill site. With the hopes of offering a more centralized mill to their live operations, Seaboard Foods is constructing a $13 million facility two miles west of town on a 33-ac...
  • NRCS announces EQIP cutoff

    The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in Phillips County recently announced an application cutoff date of Monday, July 2 in order to be considered for 2013 funding in the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP). Submitted eligible app...
  • No till field days to be held later this month in Neb.

    The Panhandle No Till Partnership will host a series of no-till field days the last week of June. Everyone is welcome to join these informational and informal discussions on all aspects of no till crop production. Lunch will be provided at all. The first...
  • Holyoke swimmers break three relay records

    Three relay records fell when Holyoke swimmers took to the water Saturday, June 2 in the season opener of the Northwest Kansas Swim League. Held in Holyoke, the opening meet featured 235 swimmers from eight teams. Holyoke earned 230 points to capture 2nd...
  • 13-15 Holyoke softball team gets season under way with game against Wray

    Brenna Sullivan looks to throw out a Wray runner after fielding a ball in right field Tuesday, May 29.  —Enterprise photoAlyssa Killin fires a pitch toward home plate during Holyoke’s loss to Wray last Tuesday. Teammate Nicole Wilkening looks on f...
  • Ride ’em cowgirls!

    Holyoke hosted dozens of young cowboys and cowgirls for the CJRArodeo at the Phillips County Fairgrounds Saturday and Sunday, June 2-3.Taylor Hendrix rounds a barrel for a great finish in the barrel racing event.—Enterprise photoA young cowgirl keeps he...
  • Camps announced

    Volleyball and basketball camps have been announced for the months of June and July. A volleyball camp for grades 2-8 will be held Monday-Wednesday, June 11-13 for those interested. Athletes who will be in grades 2-5 next year will meet from 9-11:30 a.m....
  • Summer Scores

    Tuesday, May 29 Holyoke 13-15 softball 7, Wray 19. Holyoke Babe Ruth 7, Akron 1. Holyoke Babe Ruth 3, Akron 13. Wednesday, May 30 Holyoke Babe Ruth 6, Haxtun 4. Monday, June 4 Holyoke Gold PW 3, Oshkosh 1. Holyoke Green PW 5, Oshkosh 4. Holyoke LL 2,...
  • Photography tricks exposed by the pros

    The Enterprise is kicking off the “Tips from a Pro” series with some photography tips for moms, hobbyists, amateurs and inspiring professionals from professional photographer Britney Higgs. Tip #1: Get off auto It is becoming popular for parents, ou...
  • NCHD forging ahead with new look and plan

    With a new leader at the helm and a new strategic plan for delivering public health services in the works, the Northeast Colorado Health Department is also rolling out a new look with an updated logo. “We’re very excited about this new logo because i...
  • 3 Wages firefighters to be recognized Sunday

    Three Wages Volunteer Firefighters will be honored for their service Sunday, June 10 during the department’s annual fundraiser at the Wages Firehouse. Darren Stewart, Damon Struckmeyer and Jennifer Struckmeyer will be presented plaques honoring them fo...
  • URSS Sprint Cars make first appearance

    Another great crowd turned out to Phillips County Raceway Friday, June 1 to witness fast racing action. It was the first time this season the crowd was introduced to the URSS Sprint Cars. Eighteen Sprint Cars tore around the track with Pat Bourke taking ...
  • Rodeo Bible Camp offered for youth

    Whether rodeo is one’s way of life or there’s an interest in trying a rodeo event, Rodeo Bible Camp is a great opportunity. The Fellowship of Christian Cowboys Platte Valley Chapter will host the seventh annual Platte Valley Rodeo Bible Camp June 17-...
  • Ash Hollow historical pageant scheduled for June 15-16

    The 20th Ash Hollow historical pageant will be held Friday-Saturday, June 15-16 at Ash Hollow State Historical Park near Lewellen, Neb. The spirit of the American West is embodied in the story of the pioneers who crossed the country in the 1840s and ’5...
  • Sweetest baby to be named

    Phillips County Baby Bear Hugs is taking submissions for their sweetest baby/toddler contest. The contest is open to any child born on or after July 1, 2009. A completed entry form and two photos must be submitted by Wednesday, June 20. Entries and phot...
  • Opportunity to become licensed provider offered

    There is an exciting opportunity for people wanting to stay home with their own children and earn an income for their family. The Northeast Colorado Child Care Resource and Referral is holding the approved 15-hour pre-licensing training, “There’s No ...
  • State health dept. alerts people to measles risk

    With the summer vacation season approaching and a large number of people expected to travel to Europe for the 2012 Olympics in London, travelers may be exposed to measles in countries where transmission is ongoing. Dr. Rachel Herlihy, director of the imm...