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  • Kiessling to speak

    It’s a challenging question but Rebecca Kiessling has the right to ask it. Conceived in a rape and nearly aborted by her mother, Kiessling explores a question: “Have you ever considered how really insulting it is to say to someone, ‘I think your mo...
  • Honor Choir performs in Haxtun

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  • B-I-N-G-O, not just a song, but a form of entertainment

    “B-12, N-34, O-68 and I-19.” All combinations heard being called by Gene Hinck Sunday night, Jan. 10. Of course those combinations were BINGO numbers and roughly 38 people anxiously awaited for the numbers on their cards to be called. Sunday night bi...
  • Downtown daily whistles eliminated

    Businesses and residents near the downtown area noticed something different on Wednesday, Jan. 6. The daily whistle that sounds at 7 a.m., 12 noon and 6 p.m. didn’t make a sound in the downtown location. City Council members voted at their Jan. 5 meeti...
  • Jeremy Perez Ortiz is 1st baby

    Arriving a couple of weeks early led to the first baby of the year being born at Melissa Memorial Hospital (MMH) early in the morning Saturday, Jan. 9. Luis and Dalia Perez welcomed a third son to their family as Jeremy Fernando Perez Ortiz was born at 1...
  • Jeremy Perez Ortiz is 1st baby

    Arriving a couple of weeks early led to the first baby of the year being born at Melissa Memorial Hospital (MMH) early in the morning Saturday, Jan. 9. Luis and Dalia Perez welcomed a third son to their family as Jeremy Fernando Perez Ortiz was born at 1...
  • No more excuses! Grab a buddy and start exercising

    With all this cold weather lately, it’s easy to give in to the television and snack foods and say, “I’ll start following my New Year’s resolution to lose weight next month...or the month after...or...oh forget it!” It is never too late to start...
  • No more excuses! Grab a buddy and start exercising

    With all this cold weather lately, it’s easy to give in to the television and snack foods and say, “I’ll start following my New Year’s resolution to lose weight next month...or the month after...or...oh forget it!” It is never too late to start...
  • Event Center opens for business

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  • Event Center opens for business

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  • Caption Contest Winners

    Caption Contest Grand Prize WinnersTroy Stewart — $25 Holyoke Scrip (adult)Claudia Krogmeier — Peerless Movie Passes (youth)Thank you to everyone who submitted captions!*Because of the limited number of youth entries, all captions were combined into t...
  • Caption Contest

    Caption Contest Rules We all know a picture’s worth a thousand words, so here’s your chance. Tell us what you think these photos from the Holyoke Enterprise archives are saying. (Note: no need to use a thousand words, a clever line or two will suffice...
  • Michaels to travel to Uganda on missions trip

    Jeff and Tricia Michael of Holyoke are in the final stages of preparation for a two-week missions trip to Africa. The couple will be traveling with eight other men and women from Evangelical Free Church in Grant, Neb. Behind this particular missions trip...
  • County adopts 2010 budget

    Phillips County Commissioners adopted the 2010 county budget Dec. 11. The county mill levy has remained at 28.28 since 1992, and commissioners again adopted the mill levy of 28.28. Phillips County’s assessed value has increased $9,351,724 from $48,975,...
  • Fisbeck earns MMC designation

    Holyoke Deputy City Clerk/Treasurer Tillie Fisbeck recently was notified she earned the prestigious Master Municipal Clerk (MMC) designation from the International Institute of Municipal Clerks (IIMC). “I’m happy and excited about it,” Fisbeck said...
  • 2009 experiences wild weather

    Some of the wettest months in recent years were experienced by residents of Phillips County this past year as large amounts of rain and snow covered the area. One example many remember was the night of June 1 when nearly 3.5 inches of rain fell within a ...
  • Radon grants presented to cities, counties and extension services

    The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment issued 14 indoor radon grants totaling $139,814 to local entities this fall, including cities, county health departments, university extension services, a research center and a teacher training prog...
  • Missoula Children's to perform 'The Pied Piper'

    Take a trip to Hamelin Town on Saturday, Jan. 16, with the Missoula Children’s Theatre (MCT) and over 50 Ogallala, Neb. area students as they perform an original musical adaptation of the classic tale, The Pied Piper. Among the roles to be cast are the...
  • See it like C Lee

    The wait 240. That’s the number of days this loyal college football fan has to wait until the next college football game. Bowl season is over. 34 games in 17 days. One big holiday of sorts. No more Saturday football games, no more College GameDay, n...
  • Another Perspective

    Imagination creates the best entertainment That time has come and gone when people from around the world spend an intense period of time shopping, shopping and shopping more to buy just the right things for others. Sometimes people settle for something ...