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  • GPS game interests those who stumbled upon it

    Most people enjoy playing games. Board games, card games, video games and online games are the most common. Others take time for traveling, patience, skill and a little device known as a GPS (Global Positioning System). Many people today use GPS units t...
  • GPS game interests those who stumbled upon it

    Most people enjoy playing games. Board games, card games, video games and online games are the most common. Others take time for traveling, patience, skill and a little device known as a GPS (Global Positioning System). Many people today use GPS units t...
  • Search for police chief continues to move along

    Holyoke’s search for a chief of police is ongoing as members of the police committee continue to weed out applicants and conduct interviews. The committee gave a brief update during the Tuesday, June 7 City Council meeting. Mayor Orville Tonsing said t...
  • Holyoke VFD Family Fun Day June 12

    Kids of all ages enjoy the Super Slip & SlideAubrey Bieber, pictured at right, delights in the splashing antics of her cousin, Emma Thompson.Holyoke Volunteer Fire Department chief Phil Wirges takes his turn at the dunk booth and is pictured going in....
  • 2011-12 Arts Council concert series membership drive kicks off Saturday

    Membership drive for the 2011-12 concert series will be held at Dandelion Daze Saturday, June 18. The series is sponsored by Phillips County Arts Council (PCAC) and Prairie Winds Art Center. The incredible lineup of performances that are scheduled for th...
  • Phillips County Fairgrounds will get a workout next week

    Next week the scenery in Holyoke will look a bit more like an RV Park rather than the peaceful little town residents are used to. Between 70-90 campers are expected to make a week’s stop in Holyoke Sunday-Friday, June 19-24. The Red Dale Wagon Train RV...
  • Sharon Greenman donates hair to Locks of Love

    A 12-inch braid of hair is on its way to Locks of Love after Sharon Greenman decided to chop off a healthy amount of her hair Wednesday, June 8. Greenman, who participated in the Phillips County Relay for Life this past weekend, decided about two weeks ag...
  • Austin named NLCSD fellow

    Natalie Austin is a 2011 recipient of the National Leadership Consortium in Sensory Disabilities fellowship to pursue her Ph.D. in Deaf Education at the University of Northern Colorado. The consortium involved in this fellowship program consists of 25 un...
  • Gordon Penfold earns doctorate

    Pastor Gordon Penfold recently graduated from Biola University, Talbot School of Theology in La Mirada, Calif. Friday, May 27. Penfold received his Doctor of Ministry degree. His dissertation was “Characteristics of Turnaround Pastors Among Evangelica...
  • Steps offered for propane safety

    Wildfires can spread quickly and destroy or damage homes and property. If a home or business uses propane to generate heat or run appliances, there are a few simple steps one can take to keep the family safe and avoid potential dangers. —Clear at least...
  • College student news

    Kyle Carper received the Pflieger/Olson GPAC Scholar-Athlete honor for the 2010-11 academic school year at Doane College in Crete, Neb. Carper played varsity basketball for the Doane Tigers as a freshman this past season. To receive the honor, a student...
  • 4-H helps raise science awareness

    America faces a future of intense global competition with a startling shortage of scientists. In fact, only 18 percent of U.S. high school seniors are proficient in science (National Assessment of Educational Progress 2005) and a mere five percent of curr...
  • Study shows 4-H youth are healthier than their peers

    According to recent findings from Tufts University, 4-H youth are engaging in positive, healthy living behaviors more often than youth who do not participate in 4-H. According to the study, 4-H’ers, regardless of their background, socio-economic status...
  • Ballyneal member set to play 108 holes of golf to benefit Cox

    On Monday, June 20, Ballyneal Golf Club member Jim Colton will set out on a mission to walk 108 holes of golf in one day to raise money for the health care of Ben Cox, a Ballyneal caddie who was paralyzed from the chest down following a downhill skiing ac...
  • Cumming, Goldenstein earn Hon. Men. in Class 2A baseball

    HHS sophomore baseball players Brett Cumming and Jaydin Goldenstein were recently named to the 2A Honorable Mention list in Colorado baseball’s Best of the Best.         Brett Cumming     &nbs...
  • Swimmers 5th at Wray meet

    Holyoke Swim Club tallied 156 points to place 5th in the Northwest Kansas Swim League meet in Wray Saturday, June 11. Coach Adria Colver had high praise for the efforts of the local swim club. She said they had a strong meet with great technique. “The...
  • Results reported from Sunday races

    Phillips County Raceway was home to more exciting racing action Sunday, June 12. A welcomed addition to the lineup were the Rocky Mountain Lightning Sprints. Also for a change of pace, a BST two-seater modified race car was on hand to give rides to eager...
  • Holyoke PeeWees play ball June 15

    Green catcher Trey Bennett snags a wild pitch during Monday’s game.  —Enterprise photoGold player Mason King fires a pitch towards home during Holyoke’s Green and Gold PeeWee game.              ...
  • Remembering 1969 All-State team

    With the hopes of putting together a documentary remembering a 12-man Colorado North AA-A All-State basketball team, Steve Lebsack of Chicago, Ill. made a quick stop in Holyoke Friday, June 10 with his camera to grab some footage. Lebsack was a member of...
  • Youth volleyball camp scheduled July 5-7

    Holyoke High School volleyball players and coaches are planning a youth volleyball camp July 5-7 to raise money to attend a HS team camp later this summer at CU-Boulder. The camp will be held in the new HHS gym and will feature basic fundamental volleyba...