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  • College news

    Northeastern Junior College in Sterling recently released its honor roll list for the 2012 fall semester and reported 198 full-time students were given high academic achievement recognition, including 85 students who made the President’s List by earning...
  • School menu

    Feb. 11-15 Elementary Breakfast Monday, Feb. 11: Breakfast burrito or cereal with string cheese, fruit, milk. Tuesday, Feb. 12: Sausage and egg bagel or fruit muffin with graham cracker, fruit, milk, juice. Wednesday, Feb. 13: Cheesy scrambled eggs or...
  • Tomky named managing editor

    Dedicated Holyoke Enterprise employee Darci Tomky has accepted the role as managing editor as of Feb. 1. In her four years as a full-time employee at the Enterprise, Tomky has continued to refine her skills and add to her weekly responsibilities. Publis...
  • Chamber welcomes Strandz Salon

    Holyoke Chamber of Commerce presents a First Dollar of Profit at newly-opened Strandz Salon at 101 E. Emerson St. in Holyoke last week. Chamber director Mary Tomky is pictured in center with Strandz owners Misti Redman, at left, and Holli Purkeypile. ...
  • Keller joins firm

    Otis, Coan & Peters, LLC is pleased to welcome attorney Jenna H. Keller to the OCP team. Keller has been practicing law in the real estate and natural resources areas since 2006. She has a particular interest in farm and ranch matters since she grew ...
  • Burlington to host wheat summit

    Colorado State University Extension is hosting a Wheat Production Summit Thursday, Feb. 28, beginning at 8:30 a.m. and continuing to 4 p.m. Topics and speakers are: wheat crop status in the U.S. and globally, Darrell Hanavan, Colorado Wheat; Colorado wh...
  • Colorado Corn hands out awards

    Colorado Corn honored legislators, fellow farmers and an innovator in the ethanol industry during the organization’s annual meeting and banquet Tuesday night, Jan. 29, in Loveland. The banquet was highlighted with a presentation by former Denver Broncos...
  • Horticulture workshop Feb. 23 in Burlington

    Learning how to “Grow Plants Successfully on Challenging Sites” is the topic of the horticulture workshop being held Saturday, Feb. 23 at the Burlington Community Center from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Rhonda Janke, an Extension specialist from the Department ...
  • Koberstein twins join American Angus

    Kanin and Kinsley Koberstein of Holyoke are new junior members of the American Angus Association®, reported Bryce Schumann, CEO of the national organization with headquarters in Saint Joseph, Mo. Junior members of the Association are eligible to registe...
  • Can diet soda cause weight gain?

    For decades, people have turned to diet soft drinks as a healthier alternative to regular soft drinks. However, consuming diet soda on a regular basis may have some serious health ramifications, including weight gain. It may seem counterintuitive to sugg...
  • Water rights addressed by House committee

    The House Agriculture, Livestock and Natural Resources Committee spent a long afternoon last week plowing through the first of a dozen bills on water issues expected in the 2013 legislative session. The committee unanimously approved House Joint Resoluti...
  • Coloradans urged to change lifestyle and prevent diabetes

    The fallout from the obesity epidemic sweeping Colorado and the nation includes an alarming rise in diabetes. If trends continue, one in three Americans will have type 2 diabetes by 2050, costing the nation trillions in health care and leaving those with ...
  • It's the Pitts

    Cowboy’s revenge (best of) Uncle Sam sat fidgeting in the lobby of the Cattleman’s Bank. Finally the receptionist announced, “Mr. Loan A. Ranger will see you now.” Uncle Sam walked timidly into the mahogany paneled office. With his cowboy boots ...
  • Extension Corner

    Dark chocolate—the sweet for your sweetie? With Valentine’s Day coming up, the conversation about chocolate is completely appropriate. The University of California, Berkeley reports in their wellness letter that chocolate derived from the seeds of th...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoFeb. 7, 2008 This past month, the Board of County Commissioners received word that the Phillips County Courthouse was listed on the National Register of Historic Places by the U.S. Department of the Interior on Dec. 26. Office headquarters...
  • Keep homes warm this winter with help from LEAP program

    Winter has arrived in Colorado bringing cold weather and leaving many Coloradans struggling with the costs of heating their homes. Colorado’s Low-income Energy Assistance Program offers help to eligible Coloradans by providing financial assistance with...
  • Chamber honors those dedicated to Holyoke

    A handful of Holyoke residents and organizations were recognized Monday night, Feb. 4 for their dedication to bettering the community as well as their continuous helpful and courteous nature. The event, which was emceed by Greg Was, was also a celebratio...
  • Chamber honors those dedicated to Holyoke

    A handful of Holyoke residents and organizations were recognized Monday night, Feb. 4 for their dedication to bettering the community as well as their continuous helpful and courteous nature. The event, which was emceed by Greg Was, was also a celebratio...
  • Ryel takes over as manager for district wildlife

    In her search for a higher quality and slower pace of life, Aimee Ryel has taken over as the new district wildlife manager for Phillips and Sedgwick counties. Having spent the past 13 years in Loveland as the district wildlife manager and the two years p...
  • Ryel takes over as manager for district wildlife

    In her search for a higher quality and slower pace of life, Aimee Ryel has taken over as the new district wildlife manager for Phillips and Sedgwick counties. Having spent the past 13 years in Loveland as the district wildlife manager and the two years p...