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  • Boys C team wins

    Holyoke boys’ C basketball team came away with a nice 42-17 victory over Wray Saturday, Feb. 4. The Dragons jumped ahead early and never let the Eagles back into the game. They led 23-4 at the half. Holyoke’s biggest quarter came in the third when th...
  • HHS C girls lose to Wray

    In a two-quarter C team game Saturday, Feb. 4, Holyoke Lady Dragons fell to Wray 10-26. Jentry Andersen and Stefani Razo each scored four points with Kaylee Ham adding two.Holyoke Enterprise February 9, 2012...
  • Jack's Bean hosts yellow pea meeting

    Nebraska no-till educator Mark Watson speaks to a crowd of producers Thursday, Feb. 2 at Phillips County Event Center. Jack’s Bean Company hosted a yellow pea meeting for area producers to explain the concept behind yellow peas. Six speakers presented w...
  • Grainland Cooperative patrons share in CHS cash distribution

    More than 375 eligible patrons of Grainland Cooperative will share in the distribution of $207,000 in CHS cash patronage and equity during 2012, based on business they’ve conducted with the company. “We’re extremely proud that we can provide this t...
  • Private pesticide recertification sessions to be held Feb. 16

    Colorado State University Extension is planning to host two private pesticide applicator’s recertification sessions in February. The events will take place Thursday, Feb. 16. These sessions will provide all seven private pesticide applicator credits ne...
  • Four Bovine Trichomoniasis locations found in Colorado

    The Colorado Department of Agriculture reminds cattle owners to test their herd for Bovine Trichomoniasis. As of Jan. 30, there were four positive “trich” locations in Colorado (Custer, Kit Carson, Las Animas and Otero counties). Three of the four ca...
  • NRCS funding available for protection and enhancement

    USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) state conservationist Phyllis Ann Philipps recently announced that funding is available for wetland protection, restoration and enhancement activities on eligible lands in Colorado. Proposals for project...
  • Cattle producers to meet in Julesburg

    Colorado State University Extension will be hosting a cattle producers’ coffee Wednesday, Feb. 15 at 10 a.m. at the Sedgwick County Extension Office in Julesburg. Producers are invited to join other cattle producers for coffee, socializing and a brief ...
  • Friends show library love this year

    Hearts and valentines overflowed at the Friends of the Library’s “I Heart My Library” annual salad luncheon Monday, Feb. 6 at the Phillips County Event Center. New members were welcomed to the group while volunteers and supporters were honored for ...
  • Matt Wilcox earns 4th in state VOD contest

    Haxtun High School junior Matt Wilcox is pictured (middle) receiving a plaque and certificate after being named the fourth-place finisher in state Voice of Democracy contest. Wilcox, who took runner-up honors at the local level and first in the district, ...
  • Monte Green claims championship

    Haxtun resident and racer Monte Green is the National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) Champion for 2011 in the Top Sportsman class in NHRA’s Division V. Green has competed in the class, which is the quickest and fastest of the sportsman “door car” (non-...
  • Speaker, recording artist featured at Imperial ladies' retreat

    “Jesus—the song in my heart” is the theme of the annual Imperial, Neb. Bible Church Ladies’ Retreat Saturday, Feb. 18. In keeping with that theme, women’s speaker and inspirational “Top 10” recording artist Ginger Millermon has been invited ...
  • Scott Woods brings fiddle variety show to Holyoke

    Upbeat and uplifting. These two words could well describe the Scott Woods Show coming to Holyoke Friday, Feb. 17 at 7:30 p.m. The outstanding fiddle show is brought to town as part of the concert season being presented by Phillips County Arts Council and ...
  • Fact or fiction? Local couple is married and jailed

    These stories from local history are sometimes so extraordinary it’s hard to believe they actually happened. Check out ‘fact or fiction’ stories: they’re actual Enterprise news clips reprinted from the past.  Glenn Lewis and Miss Gladys I. P...
  • House sends Sonnenberg's CLEAR Act to Senate

    The House of Representatives passed the CLEAR Act recently, with bipartisan support. House Bill 1002, or the Creating Level Expectations for Application Review Act, ensures that the rules governing an application filed with a state agency stay in place f...
  • Club report

    Better Beef Makers 4-H Better Beef Makers 4-H Club held a meeting Nov. 15. Austin Vieselmeyer called the meeting to order, and pledges were led by Hunter Razo. Roll call and meeting minutes were handled by Megan Vieselmeyer, and Trent Huffman gave the tr...
  • Winter has come at last!

    With months of practically no snow, many were thrilled to find several inches steadily coming down Friday, Feb. 3. Dozens of kids took advantage of the winter wonderland at the sledding slopes Saturday. Pictured above is Jillian Warren with Hailey and Reb...
  • I'm Just Sayin'

    Enough is enough Shoppers are always looking for great bargains and that amazing sale of the century. It gives us a thrill to show off our new $100 coat that we practically stole from the store for $20. We clip coupons like nobody’s business. I’m al...
  • Drumroll Please

    Outsmarted Since the rise in cell phone popularity, I have always been a bit behind the curve. I still remember when the first of my friends got a cell phone in elementary school. It was the biggest news since the Spice Girls. In retrospect, that phone ...
  • It's the Pitts

    Name droppers Here are the names of the dogs I see on a regular basis: Emma, Katy, Lilly and Judy. Do you notice anything about their names, other than being girl names and BORING? They are all people names. Whatever happened to more traditional dog nam...