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  • McClellan competes in national pedal pull

    5-year-old Savannah McClellan of Holyoke entered National Pedal Tractor Pull competition Saturday, Sept. 25 in Mitchell, S.D. McClellan first competed at the Phillips County Fair pull on July 31, then placed third at the state pull in Yuma to qualify for...
  • Fact or Fiction? Fire Threatens Business District Tuesday Morning

    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.   Fire completely destroyed the ...
  • Tips offered for an encore career

    Whether out of necessity or to follow their dreams, many people are changing careers after establishing themselves in a different field. Over eight million Americans between 44 and 77 are embarking on new careers. And new research from the nonprofit Civi...
  • Texting while driving not a smart idea

    It’s a common visual: A driver glances to the car that’s pulled up alongside it at a stoplight to find that driver with cell phone in hand typing a message on the keypad. Many drivers do not even wait until coming to a stop before texting—they simpl...
  • Vasa named NFCA HS Player of the Week

    HHS softball player Marci Vasa was named National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) High School Player of the Week Monday, Oct. 18. Despite playing just one game last week, Vasa made sure each at bat counted by going three-for-five with four runs, fou...
  • Lady Dragon volleyball lands big win over Yuma

    Spirits were high in the HHS gym Friday night, Oct. 15 when Holyoke nailed a big win over Yuma in three sets 25-23, 25-23 and 25-19. A large crowd was there, clad in pink attire, to cheer on the girls in their “Dragons Dig Pink” game in support of br...
  • Dragons fall to tough Yuma team

    Holyoke took to Max Bernard field Friday, Oct. 15 to host the 1A defending state champion Yuma Indians and lost 16-55. A week earlier, Holyoke faced a run-dominant Akron team turned pass oriented. This time Holyoke squared off against the Indians who ran...
  • Jayvees fall to Yuma

    Holyoke junior varsity softball players gained experience Thursday, Oct. 14 when they hosted Yuma in a doubleheader. The visitors claimed two victories, 17-5 and 15-14. “Another great opportunity presented itself for the Dragons to improve their game ...
  • Holyoke to meet Valley HS Friday

    With a 12-4 record, Holyoke enters the state 3A softball tournament as the #10 seed. The Lady Dragons will meet #7 Valley (17-5) at 12:15 p.m. Friday, Oct. 22 at Aurora Sports Park in Aurora. Four games will be played at 10 a.m. Friday and four more at ...
  • Area businesses celebrate National Cooperative Month

    On the outside, cooperatives look like any other business, but unique behind-the-scenes characteristics of the five area co-ops make them a valuable addition to the community. Grainland Co-op, Highline Electric Association, Holyoke Community Federal Cred...
  • EPA's approval of E15 for 2007-10 model vehicles is positive move

    The Colorado Corn Growers Association is pleased with the EPA’s approval of E15 for model year (MY) 2007 and newer vehicles. E15 is a fuel blend of 85 percent petroleum fuel and 15 percent ethanol. The EPA is expecting results from the Department of Ene...
  • New findings confirm Ethanol has no adverse effect on older model cars

    New findings, released Thursday, Sept. 16 by internationally renowned automotive engineering firm Ricardo Inc., confirm what industry experts have been reporting for years: “Ethanol has no adverse effects on the internal parts of your engine or specific...
  • High school seniors urged to apply for Daniels scholarship by Nov. 30

    The Daniels Fund has launched the application process for Daniels Scholarships to be awarded in spring 2011. High school seniors in Colorado should ask their high school counselors for information or visit www.danielsfund.org. The deadline to apply is Nov...
  • Cast and blast clinic teaches safety Oct. 30

    Phillips County and Sedgwick County Pheasants Forever, Whiskey Springs Ranch, Jerry Haynes and Colorado Division of Wildlife are sponsoring a free Cast and Blast clinic Saturday, Oct. 30 at the Whiskey Springs Ranch, north of Jumbo Reservoir. Kids will l...
  • Study finds teens not exposed to diverse driving experience

    In advance of National Teen Driver Safety Week (Oct. 17-23), AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety has released the first naturalistic study using in vehicle cameras to capture teenage drivers and their parents during their supervised driving phase. Nearly h...
  • Driving on rural roads can be dangerous for unfamiliar drivers

    Lions and tigers and bears ... oh my! It’s probably a safe bet that a driver navigating North America’s rural roads will not experience lions and tigers, but bears, deer, livestock and other animals certainly are a possibility. Individuals who live i...
  • Four county officials run unopposed

    Three of the four unopposed Republican candidates on the 2010 Phillips County ballot are incumbents. The fourth, Joe Kinnie, is seeking the County Commissioner District One seat currently held by Susan Roll Walters, who chose not to seek re-election. The...
  • Four county officials run unopposed

    Three of the four unopposed Republican candidates on the 2010 Phillips County ballot are incumbents. The fourth, Joe Kinnie, is seeking the County Commissioner District One seat currently held by Susan Roll Walters, who chose not to seek re-election. The...
  • Pumpkins, pumpkins and more pumpkins

    Fall not only brings golden leaves, corn harvest and cooler temperatures, it also brings the sights of Halloween. This is evident eight miles southeast of Holyoke where “Pumpkins and More” is located. “Thousands,” Jackie Thompson said. She doesn...
  • Pumpkins, pumpkins and more pumpkins

    Fall not only brings golden leaves, corn harvest and cooler temperatures, it also brings the sights of Halloween. This is evident eight miles southeast of Holyoke where “Pumpkins and More” is located. “Thousands,” Jackie Thompson said. She doesn...