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  • Event Center receives new gardens

    Many people were involved with the newest part of Phillips County Event Center. Some of those involved are pictured from left, front row, José Muñoz, Linda Langelo and Chuck Stroh; and back row, Dave Hensley, Jim Fricke, Rodolfo Muñoz and Antonio Tapia...
  • First day of school is met with a smile

    As new and returning students at Holyoke Elementary School arrived for the first day of the 2010-11 school year, emotions ran the gamut from nervous to ecstatic. Following a quick recess for those arriving before the first bell, students line up with thei...
  • First day of school is met with a smile

    As new and returning students at Holyoke Elementary School arrived for the first day of the 2010-11 school year, emotions ran the gamut from nervous to ecstatic. Following a quick recess for those arriving before the first bell, students line up with thei...
  • Ballot details set for mill levy override

    One ballot question, seeking a 7.5 mill increase in local school funding, will appear on the Nov. 2 ballot for Holyoke School District Re-1J. Within that question, however, there will be two different sunset provisions. The 7.5 mill levy override will be...
  • Ballot details set for mill levy override

    One ballot question, seeking a 7.5 mill increase in local school funding, will appear on the Nov. 2 ballot for Holyoke School District Re-1J. Within that question, however, there will be two different sunset provisions. The 7.5 mill levy override will be...
  • Orville Tonsing takes over as new mayor

    Mayor Pro Tem Orville Tonsing was voted to take over as mayor of Holyoke during the Tuesday, Aug. 17 city council meeting. The position became vacant when David Nygaard resigned his spot at the Aug. 3 council meeting. Nominations were made for Tonsing a...
  • Orville Tonsing takes over as new mayor

    Mayor Pro Tem Orville Tonsing was voted to take over as mayor of Holyoke during the Tuesday, Aug. 17 city council meeting. The position became vacant when David Nygaard resigned his spot at the Aug. 3 council meeting. Nominations were made for Tonsing a...
  • Re-1J first-day student count drops by 19

    Enrollment in Holyoke School District Re-1J fell by 19 students compared to first-day numbers from the beginning of the 2009-10 school year. Historically, a few students enroll or withdraw right after Labor Day, noted Supt. Bret Miles. As a result, they ...
  • Re-1J first-day student count drops by 19

    Enrollment in Holyoke School District Re-1J fell by 19 students compared to first-day numbers from the beginning of the 2009-10 school year. Historically, a few students enroll or withdraw right after Labor Day, noted Supt. Bret Miles. As a result, they ...
  • More than splashing around: a day in a lifeguard's life

     Lifeguards at the pool in  Holyoke carry two main pieces of equipment while keeping an eye on people in the pool. The first is a whistle and the other is this flotation device.   —Enterprise photo A day in the life of...A Holyoke pool lifegua...
  • CHSAA begins 90th year of HS activities

    Colorado High School Activities Association’s 90th year of sanctioning high school athletics in the state began when boys’ golf athletes took to the practice greens Monday, Aug. 9. All other sports begin formal practice Monday, Aug. 16. Practices in ...
  • Aug. 15 races feature flag presentation

      Dominic Ursetta, left, leads Will Brack around turn three during the modified main Sunday, Aug. 15. The two finished first and second respectively.  —Enterprise photo The second to last night of racing this summer took place Sunday, Aug. 15...
  • HHS golf season sees a quick start

      Boys’ golf coach Garrett Gordon, pictured at right, goes over some details with a few of the golfers before they head out for a practice round Wednesday, Aug. 11. Pictured from left are Caleb Kafka, Chris Bieber, Keaton Arkulari and Brian DeBoe...
  • Locals enjoy Amherst Fire Department Fun Day

      Those attending the Amherst Fire Department Fun Day Saturday, Aug. 14 enjoyed a noon meal. Along with good food and company, many events were offered including swimming pools, softball and a water keg fight.  —Enterprise photo  Cody Fri...
  • Museum hosts antique appraisal

      Phillips County Museum hosted an antique appraisal Sunday, Aug. 15. A number of people of all ages, from both Holyoke and out of town, brought a variety of items. Lloyd Michael, of Michael Auction Service in Julesburg, was the appraiser for the ...
  • Financial Peace University offers debt eliminating classes

    Want to eliminate debt, save for the future and give like never before? Those interested are invited to attend one of three preview sessions for Financial Peace University (FPU). Preview sessions are scheduled at First United Methodist Church in Holyoke ...
  • Upcoming area wheat and bean programs scheduled

    The annual Wheat Planting Decision Meetings will be held at five locations across northeastern Colorado, Aug. 17-19. The Colorado Wheat Administrative Committee (CWAC) and Colorado Wheat Research Foundation (CWRF) host this annual series of meetings in co...
  • Holyoke couple devoted to helping children of Uganda

     One Holyoke couple’s heart for missions has gone hand in hand perfectly with their heart for Africa. In the last several months, Jeff and Tricia Michael have become involved in a program focused on the children of Kayango, Uganda, including two trips...
  • Another Perspective

    Comfort comes with focusing on faith rather than superstition I try not to be superstitious, however I did find myself noticing that this month had a Friday the 13th. In elementary school, we got to chew gum whenever Friday the 13th hit. What logic ...
  • Response to mayor's resignation

    The City of Holyoke is facing a sad day with the resignation of the mayor caused by a life-threatening confrontation to him and his family. It is hard enough to find citizens to serve the city or any of the volunteer committees, let alone have to worry a...