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  • Race season under way in Holyoke

    The roar of engines filled the Holyoke air again as the race season sped to a start Sunday, May 29 at Phillips County Raceway. Results are as follows: Modified: Will Brack, Mead; Dominic Ursetta, Arvada; Matt Brack, Mead; Ryan Gaylord, Lakewood; Beau Sp...
  • Swimming pool now open for summer

    Holyoke Swimming Pool opened for summer swim hours Wednesday, June 1. A full staff of qualified lifeguards is led by manager Karla Pargas. Open swim hours for the summer include Tuesday through Sunday from 1-5 p.m. and Tuesday and Thursday from 7-8:30 p....
  • Holyoke hosting swim meet Sat.

    Holyoke Swim Team will kick off the summer competitive schedule when they host the Northwest Kansas Swim League’s opening meet Saturday, June 4, beginning at 8 a.m. Holyoke Swimming Pool will be closed to the public Friday and Saturday, June 2-3 to acc...
  • Krueger earns All-Conf.

    In addition to his all-region postseason honor, Metro State senior outfielder Zach Krueger was named to the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) All-Conference first team. Krueger led the RMAC in conference games in runs scored and total bases. He a...
  • Yahn, Haupt win local best ball golf tourney

    Jeff Yahn and Chuck Haupt carded a 134 to win the May 28-29 Art Vollmer Memorial Day Best Ball Golf Tournament in Holyoke. The duo won the 2009 Memorial Day tourney in Holyoke and finished as runners-up last year. Sixty-eight golfers competed in the wee...
  • 3-5 grade soccer team finishes No. 1

    Fifteen Holyoke third-fifth graders came home with championship medals from Sterling’s soccer tournament Saturday, May 21. Coaches Dawn and Mike Worley said they were very proud with how the kids played not only at the tournament, but throughout the se...
  • Hospital board listening

    While reaching out and answering questions from the community, East Phillips County Hospital District board members are listening and taking concerns into consideration. Board members discussed the possibility of making the emergency sign at the hospital...
  • New farm truck safety regulations are outlined

    Farmers and ranchers who operate commercial vehicles will need to understand the current truck regulations that will be enforced during the upcoming season. Enforcement will be the responsibility of the Colorado State Patrol Motor Carrier Safety Section. ...
  • On-site computer repair offered

    Jon Sutton of rural Holyoke is offering on-site computer repair in northeastern Colorado and western Nebraska. Sutton handles anything from bugs, viruses and wireless hook-ups to new PC installs. He even said he works on smartphones. He mainly works wit...
  • Last day of school greeted with big smiles

    Fifth-graders Alyson Lenhart and Kaitlyn Kent are all smiles as they walk out of school Friday, May 27.           —Enterprise photoSixth-grader Erick Zink breathes a big sigh of relief as he walks out the door on the fi...
  • Kalin Noel graduates from Alma College

    Kalin Noel graduated from Alma College in Alma, Mich. at the 2011 commencement ceremony Saturday, April 23. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology. Dr. Davidson L. Hepburn, president of the 35th Session of the United Nations Educational, Scien...
  • Denney graduates with diesel tech degree

    On Friday, May 20, Mitch Denney graduated from Northwest Kansas Tech with his Associate of Applied Science degree in diesel technology. Denney will be working full time for Powell Trucking in Yuma as well as farming and ranching for them. Many of his fa...
  • Imperial SCORE science camp schedule noted for grades 1-2

    Registration is continuing for the SCORE (Science Camps Offer Rewarding Education) in Imperial, Neb. Director Marla Smith said the grade 5-6 camp is full, but applications are still being taken for the grades 1-2 and 3-4 camps. Final registration is Monda...
  • Class of 1951 celebrates 60-year reunion

    Those attending their 60th class reunion Saturday, May 28 are pictured from left, front row, Bijie Wernet Anderson of Holyoke, Judy Smythe Schliep of Holyoke, Esther Douglass Poe of Holyoke, Ruth Conklin Hinnegan of Fort Collins and Mary Belle Worley Rafe...
  • Class of 1981 meets for 30th reunion

    Those meeting from the class of 1981 Saturday are pictured from left, front row, Aaron Worley of Holyoke, Robie Adams of Holyoke, Curt Lebsack of Holyoke, Rance Ferguson of Holyoke and Shawn O’Neal of Evergreen; middle row, Tammy Dubbert Kroeger of Holy...
  • Free family fishing day at Stalker Lake

    A free family fishing day is planned at Stalker Lake west of Wray Sunday, June 5, sponsored by the Division of Wildlife, Wray Museum and East Yuma Co. Historical Society. Registration starts at 1:30 p.m., followed by a Huck Finn and Becky Thatcher costum...
  • Re-1J board meets Tuesday, June 7

    Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education will meet Tuesday, June 7 at 8 p.m. in HJHS Room 218. Work sessions will be held both before and after the meeting. At 7 p.m., the work session topic is 2011-12 preliminary budget. The 9:30 p.m. work sess...
  • Huss' address shared

    Kurtis Huss will be in Indianapolis, Ind. for up to two months for stem cell transplant and chemotherapy treatments. Correspondence is much appreciated. His address is: Kurtis Huss Extended Stay Hotel 5350 W. Southern Ave. Room #106 Indianapolis, IN 4624...
  • HHS athletes recognized for spring performances

    This year’s recipients of the three sports/four years awards are pictured from left, Patricia Adams, Mallory Bennett, Brian DeBoer and Marci Vasa. Not pictured is Becca Brandt.         —Enterprise photoHolyoke H...
  • Seven HHS baseball players recognized by Lower Platte

    HHS baseball players recognized by the Lower Platte Activities Association (LPAA) for the 2011 season are pictured from left, front row, All-Conference players Brian DeBoer, Reid Baumgartner and Jaydin Goldenstein; and back row, All-Conference Honorable M...