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  • Club report

    FCE Jolly Dozen Club FCE Jolly Dozen Club met Tuesday, Jan. 10 at First Christian Church. There were seven members and three guests present. Officers for 2012 are Dreama Poe president, Mary Tomky vice president, Beverly Townsend secretary and Bijie Ande...
  • Hospice honors volunteers

    Hospice of the Plains honors individuals who offer extraordinary service to the organization and to the families it serves. The Wray office would like to recognize the work done by the pharmacists who provide medication and education for those who are on...
  • Williamson named branch manager at Bank of the West

    After nearly 19 years of working for the same bank, Deb Williamson has assumed the branch manager position at Bank of the West in Holyoke. “I’m very excited,” Williamson said during her second full day on the job. She officially assumed the new ro...
  • No-till and cover crop workshop to be held in Holyoke Feb. 16

    A “No-till and Cover Crops Part 2” workshop will be held Thursday, Feb. 16, at the Phillips County Event Center in Holyoke. Registration will begin at 9 a.m. and the workshop will run from 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Lunch will be provided. There is no regis...
  • Grant funding available for Colorado entities that recycle

    The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is accepting grant applications for waste diversion and recycling projects in Colorado. The application deadline is 3 p.m. March 2. Approximately $1.2 million in grant funding is available for 2012....
  • Peekin' into the past

    Five Years AgoJan. 18, 2007 Grace Kristine Hubbard, daughter of Gabriel and Jill Hubbard of Holyoke, claimed honors as first baby of the year for 2007 when she was born Jan. 9 at MMH. Buzzz Stop Patio Cafe reopened under new management Jan. 15. Paul and...
  • I'm Just Sayin'

    Quite the catch Well, the Broncos aren’t going to the Super Bowl, and this year’s season is a quickly fading memory in most people’s minds. But everyone else seems to be reporting on this Denver team, so I might as well throw on my orange and blue ...
  • Drumroll Please

    Camel whisperer Not long ago someone donated two baby camels to the school I work at. Yes, I know that sounds ridiculous. I also know it sounds only marginally less crazy when you know the school is situated on a functioning farm. It’s certainly not u...
  • Extension Corner

    Proven winners for your landscape What is a proven winner? Plants that have this brand are considered to be the best annuals, perennials and shrubs in the world. These plants are chosen as top performers because they survived extensive trials and tests ...
  • Community support helps

    Dear Editor, It is my greatest honor to represent Holyoke and to be recognized so many times by the Holyoke Enterprise and the supportive communities of Holyoke, Haxtun, Amherst and all of northeastern Colorado! I am so very blessed to have been influenc...
  • Falcolners hit Phillips Co. for mini meet

    This past weekend, residents may have been driving around the countryside and come upon people standing out in fields, dressed in hunting clothes, looking up at the sky. These people didn’t have guns. Instead, they had large gloves on one hand. Seven f...
  • Falcolners hit Phillips Co. for mini meet

    This past weekend, residents may have been driving around the countryside and come upon people standing out in fields, dressed in hunting clothes, looking up at the sky. These people didn’t have guns. Instead, they had large gloves on one hand. Seven f...
  • Online ranking no surprise to district

    Colorado schools continue to get accreditation ratings and performance plans from the state, but a new independent website has parents and community members asking, “Does my school make the grade?” Colorado School Grades, a coalition of 18 community ...
  • Online ranking no surprise to district

    Colorado schools continue to get accreditation ratings and performance plans from the state, but a new independent website has parents and community members asking, “Does my school make the grade?” Colorado School Grades, a coalition of 18 community ...
  • Taste of Ag to offer products from area

    Phillips County is sponsoring the fourth ‘Taste of Agriculture’ event on Monday, Jan. 23 from 4-7 p.m. at the Phillips County Event Center at the fairgrounds in Holyoke. The event is held to showcase agricultural products raised on the high plains. ...
  • Taste of Ag to offer products from area

    Phillips County is sponsoring the fourth ‘Taste of Agriculture’ event on Monday, Jan. 23 from 4-7 p.m. at the Phillips County Event Center at the fairgrounds in Holyoke. The event is held to showcase agricultural products raised on the high plains. ...
  • Dragons duel for the home crowd

    Spotlights shined on the Dragon wrestling mat Thursday, Jan. 5 when the HHS team hosted St. Francis, Kan. in a dual planned just two days earlier. A good-sized crowd turned out to watch the Dragon wrestlers in their first home event of the 2011-12 season...
  • HHS Lady Dragons start 2012 with two nice wins

    Lady Dragon basketball started off 2012 with two wins, defeating both Chase County, Neb. and Wiggins last weekend. “It was great to get these two wins after being off for the long Christmas break,” said coach Arlan Scholl. “The girls worked hard th...
  • Dragons split with Chase County and Wiggins

    Coming off the winter break, the Holyoke Dragons knew they would need to be at the top of their game as they faced two tough opponents. Friday night, Jan. 6 the Dragons traveled across the state line to face Chase County in Imperial, Neb. Holyoke came aw...
  • Wrestlers 8th in Ft. Collins tourney

    Eight Dragon varsity wrestlers competed in the Arnold Torgerson Invitational Tournament at Fort Collins High School Saturday, Jan. 7, taking 8th out of 16 teams. Dragon Broc Pelle pinned his way through the tourney to win the 170-lb. class. Mark Edmonds ...