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  • Kinnie elected chairman of commissioner board

    Joe Kinnie was elected chairman for 2013 for the Phillips County Board of Commissioners. Newly-elected commissioners Harlan Stern and Don Lock have jumped in to their roles on the board following their swearing-in ceremony in January to continue county b...
  • Kinnie elected chairman of commissioner board

    Joe Kinnie was elected chairman for 2013 for the Phillips County Board of Commissioners. Newly-elected commissioners Harlan Stern and Don Lock have jumped in to their roles on the board following their swearing-in ceremony in January to continue county b...
  • Around Town

    Chocolate Affair is Sunday at museum Community members are invited to sample oodles of chocolate goodies at the Phillips County Historical Society’s annual Chocolate Affair this Sunday, Feb. 10 from 2-4 p.m. at the Phillips County Museum in Holyoke. &...
  • Holyoke Enterprise Community Calendar

    Holyoke Enterprise February 7, 2013...
  • Donahue gets down to business about abstinence education

    A Caring Pregnancy Resource Center Banquet’s 2012 guest speaker Shelly Donahue returned again this year for a no-nonsense talk on abstinence education. A large crowd gathered at Phillips County Event Center Saturday, Jan. 26 for the annual fundraising ...
  • Redman, Purkeypile open Strandz Salon

    As of Monday, Jan. 28, sisters Misti Redman and Holli Purkeypile were open and ready for business at the new Strandz Salon, located at 101 E. Emerson in Holyoke. The two are partners in this new business venture, a modern salon offering family haircuts, ...
  • Re-1J welcomes Mr. Bruce

    Chuck Bruce is looking forward to becoming a permanent fixture in the business and technology department at Holyoke JR/SR High as he prepares to step into a number of roles within the Re-1J School District. For the past month, Bruce has been shadowing Kr...
  • Eagle outing taken in memory of Mabel Denbo

    Mabel Denbo had a wish to take her friends at Meet & Eat in Haxtun, Phillips County AARP Chapter 1480 and Haxtun Berean Bible Church to see the eagles over at the Eagle Viewing Station at Little Ogallala Reservoir just east below the Kingsley Dam. She...
  • Holyoke hosts honor band

    Twelve Holyoke students participated in the 49th annual honor band in Holyoke Monday, Jan. 21. High schoolers who auditioned and participated in the honor band are pictured above, from left, front row, Ben Martinez, percussion; Alyssa Cordova, percussion;...
  • I'm Just Cookin'

    Mix it upNeed to add some variety to your snacks? Check out the Chex Party Mix website at chex.com/recipes for dozens of ideas. These recipes literally take 15 minutes in the microwave and are great for the Big Game this weekend or a family movie night a...
  • Wrestlers third at Kiowa Classic

    With one runner-up and five third-place finishers, the Dragon varsity wrestlers captured third place in team standings at the Kiowa High School Classic Saturday, Jan. 26. Coach Jack Garrison said it was nice to bounce back after last week’s matches at ...
  • Dragons extend win streak to five

    Despite a slow start in the Jan. 25 match-up against the Wiggins Tigers, the Dragons held on for their fifth straight win by a score of 64-51. After falling behind 10-0 in the first four minutes of the game, Holyoke’s bench players provided the spark n...
  • Lady Dragons to host Pink Zone game Saturday

    This Saturday, Feb. 2 is the annual Pink Zone game to support the fight against breast cancer. The Lady Dragons will be sporting their pink uniforms and will be taking donations for Melissa Memorial Hospital Foundation in support of their local work to er...
  • Swimmers defeat Northridge, lose to Estes Park in triangular

    HHS swimmers fared well in their triangular with Northridge and Estes Park Thursday, Jan. 24. The girls defeated Northridge, but fell to Estes Park. In relay competition, LaKyla Moore, Lori McWilliams, Dani Brandt and Jayden Durbin took third in both the...
  • Fifth-grade cagers win tourney

    Members of Holyoke’s fifth-grade girls’ basketball team that placed first in the Sutherland, Neb. tournament Sunday, Jan. 27 are pictured from left, front row, Taylor Trumper, Lauren Herman and Emily Jelden; and back row, Taeryn Trumper, Shianne Willm...
  • College news

    Becca Brandt was named to the Hastings College Dean’s List for the 2012 fall semester by posting a grade point average at or above 3.7. Students must be enrolled in full-time course work to be eligible for the recognition. Becca is the daughter of Jerr...
  • Board of Health reorganizes, welcomes new commissioners

    The Northeast Colorado Board of Health welcomed new commissioners to its membership during its Jan. 23 meeting. Phillips County Commissioner Joe Kinnie replaced outgoing commissioner Bud Beisemeier; and returning after a four-year absence, Logan County C...
  • School menu

    Feb. 1-8 Elementary Breakfast Friday, Feb. 1: Egg and cheese muffin or cereal with string cheese, fruit, milk. Monday, Feb. 4: Breakfast burrito or cereal with yogurt, fruit, milk. Tuesday, Feb. 5: Pancake with syrup or fruit muffin with graham cracke...
  • EPA offers tips on CO poisoning

    It’s getting cold in the Rocky Mountain and Plains region, and the arrival of winter means people are firing up their gas furnaces and wood-burning stoves to warm homes. When people use their furnaces and stoves and spend more time indoors, they are at...
  • Widespread norovirus circulating in Colorado

    The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is reporting widespread gastrointestinal illness (norovirus) throughout Colorado, including in nursing homes, assisted living facilities, schools and child care centers. Everyone is encouraged to in...