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  • My, my has that garden grown

    Get creative when needing to use up all of those extra backyard veggiesColorado offers the full spectrum of seasons throughout the year, including a plentiful gardening season. But for some people — especially the amateur gardener — the hefty produce ...
  • Participation soars in mini triathlon, fitness challenge

    Participation numbers showed a marked increase from last year in both the eight-week fitness challenge and the mini amateur triathlon competition day. Both are sponsored by Melissa Memorial Hospital Foundation, with MMH as a co-sponsor. With fitness as t...
  • Rural Philanthropy Days coming to Holyoke next June

    Since 2000, Rural Philanthropy Days has brought foundations and funding possibilities to rural Colorado once every four years under the Community Resource Center in Denver in conjunction with the Anschutz Foundation. Through the efforts of community peopl...
  • Smiles, hugs, selfies and more captured on first day of school

    John Krieger and his dad, Jeremiah, take time for a selfie before John heads to his first-grade classroom.—Enterprise photoTo view the full article, consider an e-Subscription to the Enterprise. Call 970-854-2811.Holyoke Enterprise August 27, 2015...
  • Softball opens Tues. at Chase Co.

    HHS softball kicks off its 2015 season early next week when the girls travel to Imperial, Neb., Tuesday, Sept. 1, to take on the Chase County Longhorns in a doubleheader. With 15 on the roster, the team is as large as it’s been in a long time, and coac...
  • Golfers compete at Burlington, Sterling

    Moving into its second week of competition, the HHS boys’ golf team teed off in the Burlington tournament Tuesday, Aug. 18, and in the Sterling tournament Friday, Aug. 21. Senior Xander Nelson placed third while the varsity team finished fourth at Bur...
  • JH volleyball opens Aug. 27 at Haxtun

    Fifteen girls comprise the Holyoke Junior High volleyball roster as they look to open their season Thursday, Aug. 27, at the Haxtun Gymboree starting at 4:30 p.m. Havilah Andersen took over as head coach for the season, and she is assisted by Heather Mon...
  • Karen Ortner is new Enterprise reporter

    Karen Ortner joined the Holyoke Enterprise staff this week and will be handling reporting duties for the newspaper. Publisher Brenda Brandt cited that Ortner is well-rounded and adaptable with experience in high school teaching, secretarial office work, ...
  • Gerks pass funeral home business to Tennant family

    In the month of August, Gerk Funeral Home announced a change of ownership, handing over their businesses in Holyoke and Haxtun to Tennant Funeral Homes and Crematory. Owner Dave Tennant, along with sons David and Justin Tennant, operate Tennant Funeral H...
  • Carper joins Lighthouse Real Estate as broker associate

    Paula Carper has recently joined the Holyoke real estate field after passing the state and national exams and completing 168 hours of prelicensing classes. She earned her real estate license this month and is now working under Julie Wiebke of Lighthouse R...
  • CCGA urges implementation delay, withdrawl of WOTUS rule

    As the Aug. 28 implementation date approaches for the Environmental Protection Agency’s “Waters of the U.S.” rule, the Colorado Corn Growers Association and many others across the nation are demanding that the EPA postpones implementing its controve...
  • Vieselmeyer elected alternate

    Brent Vieselmeyer of Amherst has been elected as an alternate delegate to the 132nd annual American Angus Association® Convention of Delegates Nov. 5 at the Overland Park Convention Center in Overland Park, Kan. Vieselmeyer, a member of the American Ang...
  • Courthouse windows offer glimpse into county history

    The windows of the Phillips County Courthouse provide an analogy of a glimpse into the proverbial soul of local county government as they have become more transparent through a grant from the Colorado Historical Fund. The project cost $157,521. The Color...
  • School board work session to precede regular meetings

    Starting immediately, a work session will precede regular meetings of the Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education on the first and third Tuesdays of each month. Final approval for the agenda addition was made at the Aug. 18 board meeting. Durin...
  • Re-1J school board to meet Tuesday, Sept. 1

    Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education will meet Tuesday, Sept. 1, in the board meeting room at HJHS room No. 218. A new teacher reception is set for 6 p.m., with a work session at 6:45 and the regular meeting at 7 p.m. To view the full articl...
  • Kidney Smart webinar set for Thurs., Sept. 10

    People with diabetes have an increased risk for developing chronic kidney disease, also known as chronic kidney failure — the gradual loss of kidney function. Those interested in this topic are encouraged to attend the Kidney Smart diabetes webinar Thu...
  • Ag nutrient program in the works

    Colorado could become the next state to take on what’s called “the Gold Standard” in agriculture environmental assurance. But it will have to overcome objections from those who are wary of sharing agricultural practices. The Colorado Water Congress...
  • Extension Corner

    Principles of home canning Home canning is making a come-back because of the concern for the nutritional value of foods consumers are buying. Consumers are concerned about foods being unprocessed, non-GMO, natural, whole foods. Because foods start to lo...
  • It's the Pitts

    Then and now I’m starting to feel older than dirt, and I swear there is soil in our garden that I knew when it was rocks. Oh, how a few decades can change your outlook on life. At age 25 ... “Sure I can ride that horse. Haven’t you got anything to...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoAug. 26, 2010 Mayor Pro Tem Orville Tonsing was voted to take over as mayor of Holyoke during the Aug. 17 City Council meeting following the resignation of David Nygaard at the Aug. 3 meeting. Plans for the renovation of Homesteaders Park ...