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  • Brittney Ferguson healing progresses at home

        After spending close to six months in hospitals following her Sept. 25 vehicle accident, Brittney Ferguson is glad to be home.    While she doesn’t talk yet, her family has skillfully learned to interpret her reactions to assess her feelings. ...
  • Headway made on Event Center building

         Construction on the Phillips County Event Center building is moving along at a steady pace. The framing is complete and concrete was poured for the flooring last week. Still, commissioners are not ready to say the building will be finis...
  • Headway made on Event Center building

         Construction on the Phillips County Event Center building is moving along at a steady pace. The framing is complete and concrete was poured for the flooring last week. Still, commissioners are not ready to say the building will be finis...
  • Markey visits school; answers tough questions

        Obviously worried about what kind of economic situation the current generation in power will leave them, Holyoke junior high and high schoolers had some tough questions for Congresswoman Betsy Markey when she addressed them at an assembly Monday af...
  • Markey visits school; answers tough questions

        Obviously worried about what kind of economic situation the current generation in power will leave them, Holyoke junior high and high schoolers had some tough questions for Congresswoman Betsy Markey when she addressed them at an assembly Monday af...
  • Another Perspective

    He lives within my heart . . .    I spotted the ice cold sugar-free caffeine-free A&W root beer in the cooler and knew Austin, my grandson, would enjoy the treat. Although restrictions aren’t as stringent as they were when he first started a medical ...
  • Psychobabble

        For the past fifty years or so a rumor has been floating around that “shrinks” and therapists tend to be nuts.  It tends to be the student body joke within psychology departments and unfortunately, a fair number of professors in the field walk...
  • Public health is public wealth

        The first week in April is National Public Health Week and this year’s theme is Building the Foundation for a Healthy America.      While the national theme is really geared more towards building on the foundation of public health successes o...
  • Twenty-nine FCCLA members claim gold at State Leadership Conference

     Twenty-nine out of 32 Holyoke High School students brought home gold medals from the FCCLA State Leadership Conference held April 2-4 at the Denver Marriott Tech Center. “Heroes Happen Here” was the theme of the conference, and FCCLA members comp...
  • More Art Show results

        Winning entries in the beginner section of the photography category for the Phillips County Arts Council’s Art Show, held at Holyoke High School March 27-29, were inadvertently omitted from the list given to The Holyoke Enterprise. They are liste...
  • Aniela Finch joins Holyoke Enterprise staff

        Aniela Finch has the friendly, new voice at The Holyoke Enterprise, having recently joined the local newspaper staff as receptionist.    In addition, Finch handles classified advertising and other tasks, as well.    Aniela (pronounced on-yell...
  • Bremmer opens hypnotherapy practice

    By Lauren Smith-Kuckkahn    People working to lose an extra 10 pounds, or trying to kick unhealthy habits like smoking, may be happy to hear that a new service is available in the area that can help with everything from curbing unwanted behaviors to en...
  • PC Telcom meeting set

        It’s annual meeting time for the local communications company, PC Telcom. The company’s meeting is scheduled for Monday, April 13.    The event will be held in the Holyoke High School auditorium at 6:45 p.m. A complimentary meal will be serv...
  • Service sale is success

        Holyoke High School’s Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) and FFA held their annual service sale and Rocky Mountain Osyter Fry Tuesday, March 31.    The service of 56 members was sold, including three who are members of both...
  • Holyoke JH music students attend Ogallala, Neb. contest

        On Saturday, March 28, 42 students representing Holyoke vocal and instrumental music departments, grades 6-8, attended the Ogallala, Neb. Invitational Solo and Ensemble Contest.     Students prepared solos and/or ensembles, and then presented th...
  • School finance bill hits roadblock

        A school finance bill that was rammed through the Colorado Senate at lightning speed last week has hit a roadblock in a key House committee.    “We’re not going to fast track something that’s so important,” said Rep. Judy Solano, D-Brigh...
  • AWANA grand prix car race to be held April 18

     Holyoke AWANA Club is hosting a grand prix car race Saturday, April 18. Races will take place at Camp Machasay, located 14 miles east of Holyoke toward Amherst, 1.2 miles on County Road 40. Registration begins at 9:30 a.m. with races kicking off at 1...
  • Sunday sun leads to fun time in the snow

      Mason Powell, 2, is very proud of his first snowman, which he and his dad Aaron made in his back yard Sunday afternoon, April 5. High winds accompanied Saturday’s snow, causing unusual drifting in places and no snow at all in others. Road and stre...
  • Kotch brothers wrestle at Reg'l, State Middle School tourneys

        Competing in the Colorado Middle School State Regional Tournament March 27-28 in Fort Lupton and the Colorado Middle School State Championships in Denver April 3-4 were Holyoke junior high students Spencer and Dylan Kotch.    At both tournaments...
  • Snow cancels, postpones events

        A number of school events were canceled, postponed or delayed as a result of the April 4 snowstorm.    The HHS track team was scheduled to travel to Burlington Saturday. That event was rescheduled for April 23. Since Holyoke already has meets on...