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  • 3 medley relay records broken

    Holyoke Swim Club dominated the medley relay competition with three new records at the Colby, Kan., swim meet Saturday, June 21. The 9-10 mixed 100 m medley relay team, comprised of swimmers Evan Jones, Elise Krogmeier, Kristin Vieselmeyer and Lauren Her...
  • HHS sends 2 to All-State games

    Maddie King and Logan Tharp represented Holyoke High School one last time as the pair competed in the Colorado High School Coaches Association 58th All-State Games at Adams State University in Alamosa Saturday, June 14. The recent HHS graduates made the ...
  • Border League tournament under way in Chappell, Neb.

    Border League baseball players will duke it out for the tournament title beginning Wednesday, June 25 in Chappell, Neb.   PeeWee players start the tournament Round one of the PeeWee tournament kicked off Wednesday with action between No. 8 Holyoke...
  • Summer Scores

    Tuesday, June 17 Holyoke 9-12 softball 0, Sedgwick County 11. Wednesday, June 18 Holyoke-2 PW 10, Fleming 2. Holyoke-4 PW 11, Holyoke-3 PW 7. Holyoke LL 14, Fleming 4. Thursday, June 19 Holyoke 9-12 softball 14, Haxtun 7. Holyoke 13-15 softball 5, Ha...
  • Salute to the King (Kinser) to kick off July 3-4 fun

    A salute to the king and plenty of fireworks accompany three IMCA series for Thursday, July 3, and Friday, July 4, shows at Phillips County Raceway in Holyoke. PCR hosts the Salute to the King farewell tour with Steve Kinser in Holyoke on opening night. ...
  • Kids on track to reading adventure

    Local children have been chuggin’ along on a great ride during this year’s Heginbotham Library Summer Reading Program, “All Aboard for a Reading Adventure.” Crafts, activities and lots of books make the program memorable, running from June 4 to Ju...
  • Dee’s watercolor wins Award of Excellence

    Winning artworks by several Cheyenne County, Neb., Art Guild members were part of the Association of Nebraska Art Clubs annual conference held in McCook, Neb., June 11-14. A watercolor painting titled “Amherst Market” by Nancy Dee of Haxtun won an Aw...
  • 2 more initiatives seek signatures

    With two more ballot initiatives now on the streets for petition signatures, the chances are getting stronger that the fight over tighter rules on oil and gas hydraulic fracturing will be decided by voters rather than by legislators. In the past week, th...
  • Boys State students gain much experience June 8-14

    By Dylan Kotch I was honored to represent Holyoke’s Legion at Boys State. During my stay at CSU Pueblo, the people were split into cities, counties and political parties. Then we elected city officials to represent us. My job was to write the city’s...
  • Colorado Access to serve NE CO

    Colorado Access, a local, nonprofit health plan, is excited to announce that it has won two contracts to serve as the behavioral health organization for both the City and County of Denver and 12 counties in northeast Colorado. In this role, Colorado Acces...
  • Retirement ends Haskell’s 34-year career at HCFCU

    Thirty-four years of service at Holyoke Community Federal Credit Union will mark the retirement of manager/president Dolores Haskell June 30. In an HCFCU 75th-anniversary story last June, Haskell said the main focus of the credit union is people serving ...
  • Planting peas gains popularity

    As July approaches, people all over the Great Plains region gear up for wheat harvest. Almost everywhere one can see fields full of grain but west of Holyoke, hidden from view, are 200 acres of peas in full bloom. Larry Haynes planted the legume for the ...
  • The Joy Mission to broadcast conference in Julesburg next week

    Once again, The Joy Mission, Third and Maple streets in Julesburg, is offering Kenneth Copeland’s Southwest Believer’s Convention Monday-Saturday, June 30-July 5. There is no charge for the event, which will be broadcast live by Internet from Fort Wor...
  • The Addict’s Mom

    Is marijuana harmful? In elections across the country, voters are deciding if marijuana (pot) should be legalized in their states, a topic which is both controversial, and for many, tragic. The decision becomes even more difficult when the President of t...
  • Extension Corner

    “America’s Best” at the Phillips County Fair According to Wikipedia, a fair is a gathering of people to display or trade produce or other goods, to parade or display animals and often to enjoy associated carnival or fun fair entertainment, and if o...
  • Thinking About Health

    Pushing back against high-priced medicines Many Americans have begun to realize they’re paying too much for prescription drugs. And maybe—just maybe—a national conversation on the topic has begun, sparked by the introduction last year of Sovaldi, t...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoJune 25, 2009 Howling winds from the west brought with them pounding rain and hail to the Holyoke and Amherst area Thursday night, June 18, resulting in a 27 percent loss to the county wheat crop. Greg Was officially began his role as CFO ...
  • Holyoke to pursue application under Innovation Schools Act

    During the five-hour school board retreat that followed the short board meeting last Tuesday, June 17, the Re-1J board reviewed a proposal from Superintendent Bret Miles on the Rural Agility Project. Miles was asked to follow through with an application ...
  • Around Town

    Primary results to appear in next week’s Enterprise No local races were seen in the Colorado primary election held Tuesday, June 24. Next week’s Enterprise will carry information regarding the Phillips County vote as compared to the outcome on the s...
  • Storm misses Holyoke; tornado confirmed

    Severe storms have been no stranger to this part of the country in the month of June, but Holyoke residents are counting themselves lucky when the worst of a June 18 thunderstorm missed the city. Other parts of the county were not as lucky. Haxtun and ru...