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  • Fires devastate Colorado

    A second body was pulled last Friday from what is being considered the most destructive wildfire in Colorado history. A list was posted online last Friday night of the homes destroyed or damaged by the 26-square-mile Waldo Canyon fire near Colorado Sprin...
  • Fires devastate Colorado

    A second body was pulled last Friday from what is being considered the most destructive wildfire in Colorado history. A list was posted online last Friday night of the homes destroyed or damaged by the 26-square-mile Waldo Canyon fire near Colorado Sprin...
  • No worries, they are just gathering information

    They aren’t the FBI. They aren’t trying to burglarize homes. They are just looking, photographing and taking notes. Over the past few weeks, a small group of people have been “creeping” around town with cameras and clipboards. The cops have been ...
  • No worries, they are just gathering information

    They aren’t the FBI. They aren’t trying to burglarize homes. They are just looking, photographing and taking notes. Over the past few weeks, a small group of people have been “creeping” around town with cameras and clipboards. The cops have been ...
  • You’ve been chopped!

    Teen chefs competed for the top spot in the Heginbotham Library’s Chopped showdown Friday, June 15 as part of the teen summer reading program, “What’s Cookin’ at the Library?” Just like the popular TV show, teams were given baskets filled with s...
  • Books, buccaneers and buried treasure

    Little pirates gathered at Heginbotham Library Wednesday, June 13 for the “Books Ahoy” summer reading program. Participants were surprised with their very own pirate bandanas and eye patches. Teen helper Ashlyn Churchwell helps her younger brother, Br...
  • Sterling Heroes of World War II book launches July 4

    With an estimated 1,100 World War II veterans dying daily in the United States, telling their stories becomes critical to the preservation of that era, said Dr. John Elliff of Sterling. “It’s like the little kid in class. The teacher says, ‘we are ...
  • I'm Just Cookin'

    Cute watermelon cookie recipe ripe for the picking Last summer when I saw a giant watermelon cookie in the display case of a cookie bakery at the mall, I was inspired to try my hand at my own juicy summer creation. OK, watermelon-shaped sugar cookies are...
  • Rodeo Bible Camp a good experience for local youth

    Area youth recently participated in the seventh annual Platte Valley Rodeo Bible Camp at the fairgrounds in Julesburg. Rodeo contestants are awarded points throughout the week based on their ability to listen, follow instruction, pay attention in chapel, ...
  • Family Ed. Summer School kids enjoy variety of local activities

    Phillips County Family Education Summer School youth enjoy reading books and making butterflies with residents at Carriage House during the recent summer camp fun. Camp started June 4 and concluded last Thursday, June 21. Among those attending the camp we...
  • Two delegates enjoy Boys State experience

    Soon to be HHS seniors Ben Martinez and Ryan Stark came back from the 63rd annual Colorado Boys State June 3-9 with more knowledge of how government and the law making process works in the United States. Martinez and Stark spent six days on the CSU Puebl...
  • IFYE immerses Austrian in agricultural work experience

    Franz Winkler traveled from Austria to Holyoke to take part in the IFYE program. A highlight of the trip was helping with wheat harvest and seeing new kinds of equipment, like the sprinkler in the background, in action.  —Enterprise photo“I’ve f...
  • Rec program donates back to ball park project

    Tom Bennett presented council members with a report during last Tuesday’s Holyoke City Council meeting outlining expenses from state and regional baseball tournaments that have been held in Holyoke the past few years. Bennett said from proceeds from th...
  • Mosquito surveillance reveals West Nile virus in 3 counties

    The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment recently announced that mosquito samples in Delta, Larimer and Weld counties have tested positive for West Nile virus. No cases of human illness have been reported. Department officials advise peop...
  • Tight school budget adopted for 2012-13

    “This is the tightest budget I’ve ever been involved in building,” said Re-1J Supt. Bret Miles as the school board adopted the 2012-13 budget at its June 19 meeting. It’s a solid budget, with much of the trimmings whittled off. General Fund expen...
  • School board retreat set for Monday, July 2

    Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education will hold a retreat Monday, July 2 from 6-10:30 p.m. in the board room at HJHS. Among the retreat topics are Destination 2016 update, board/superintendent team self-assessment reflection and superintendent...
  • Shedd joins MMH Specialty Clinics

    Melissa Memorial Hospital recently announced pulmonologist Michael Shedd, M.D. will be seeing patients through its Specialty Clinic. Shedd graduated from University of Rochester School of Medicine in New York and completed his internship and residency at...
  • Kruegers celebrate

    Monday evening, June 25, family visited Jay Dean and Joyce Krueger to celebrate Joyce’s birthday. The guests were Norb and Juline Badding of Holyoke; Michael Badding of Fort Worth, Texas; David, Holli, Catrina, Shaylee and Rachel Krueger of Holyoke; Ro...
  • Schutz receives master’s

    David Schutz, 1997 graduate of Estes Park High School, received his master’s degree in anthropology at Colorado State University in May. He is the son of Dave and Cheryl (Oltjenbruns) Schutz of Estes Park and the grandson of Milton and Leona Oltjenbrun...
  • Hundred Hole Hike eclipses $200K

    Nine golfers braved the 107-degree weather and strong winds Monday, June 25 during the Hundred Hole Hike held at Ballyneal Golf Club southeast of Holyoke to help raise over $200,000 in pledges. Participating golfers are pictured Sunday night, from left, f...