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  • Extension Corner

    Do you like cabbage or broccoli? How about spinach? These are just a few of the cool season crops you can grow in your garden, if you are not too tired from growing all the cool season crops in spring and then the warm season crops in summer. If you donâ...
  • Has served, is serving and will serve

    It’s sort of a family thing. Although they never felt pressured from their family, Jason, Adam and Willie Greenman have, or will be, associated with the military. Oldest son Jason, 28, has served his time. His service ended in October last year after h...
  • I'm Just Cookin'

    I’m Just Cookin’ goes international In honor of the Olympics, it is my pleasure to bring to you this special installment of I’m Just Cookin’ International Edition. Get out your hand-knit scarves, cheese slicers and troll figurines because we are ...
  • Helicopters called in time of need

    When it is needed, Melissa Memorial Hospital has the capability of calling a helicopter to help transport patients to other health care facilities in Colorado. MMH is partnered with numerous organizations that offer either a fixed wing or helicopter serv...
  • Better Beef Makers are parade champions

    Showing off their “Blue Jeans and Country Dreams,” Better Beef Makers 4-H Club took grand champion honors at the July 28 Phillips County Fair parade. The parade, cruising down Holyoke’s Interocean Avenue, kicked off the Pioneer Seed Family Day at t...
  • Livestock achievement highlighted at 2012 County Fair

    FFA and 4-H livestock exhibitors at the Phillips County Fair were all winners in terms of effort and responsibility. Those earning Grand Champion (GC) and Reserve Grand Champion (RGC) honors for their livestock projects at the 2012 Fair follow: Showman ...
  • 4-H effort rewarded by judges at ’12 Fair

    4-H members in Phillips County work especially hard as they enter projects in the County Fair. All participants should be commended for the effort extended for the 2012 Fair. Grand Champion (GC) and Reserve Grand Champion (RGC) efforts in food, booths, c...
  • Event packs more than 500,000 meals for starving children

    Worldwide, 400 million children go hungry each day; 18,000 of those children will die each day from hunger, according to Feed My Starving Children. Last week, nearly 1,500 people from 51 different communities in Nebraska, Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma, Iowa...
  • Back-to-school starts early with two new testing days

    New to this year’s August schedule are two testing days prior to the start of school, an innovative change that the Re-1J district anticipates will be beneficial to both students and teachers. Letters are being sent out this week to inform students in ...
  • Re-1J schools’ free and reduced meal eligibility announced

    Holyoke School District recently announced its policy for determining eligibility of children who may receive free and reduced price meals served under the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs. Local school officials will use the following ...
  • Band director announces dates

    Newly hired Holyoke band director Mitsuko Martinez has announced dates for upcoming camps prior to the start of school. A band member and parent open house is scheduled for Thursday, Aug. 2 at 7 p.m. A high school drum line camp will be held Tuesday, Au...
  • School Board set to meet Tuesday, Aug. 7

    Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education will meet Tuesday, Aug. 7 at 8 p.m. in HJHS Room #218. In the superintendent’s report, Bret Miles will cover the construction project, 2012-13 board calendar, quarterly financials, 2012-13 meal prices an...
  • MV Equipment Community Calendar

    Holyoke Enterprise Aug. 2, 2012...
  • New dry cleaning machine here

    New to Holyoke Cleaners this week is a dry-cleaning machine that doubles the capacity of the current machine used in Dave and Sheila Johnson’s dry cleaning business at 105 S. Baxter Ave. Dave Johnson is pictured at left as Rusty Triplette maneuvers the ...
  • Karen Weaver joins Regent Park staff

    Karen Weaver recently joined the staff at Regent Park Nursing & Rehab and Carriage House Assisted Living Facility as the new marketing director. Weaver has over 25 years experience in the health care industry. Weaver and husband Jeff have lived in H...
  • CSU offering reduced-cost irrigation efficiency audits

    Colorado State University’s new Center for Agricultural Energy (CAE) is now accepting applications for reduced-cost irrigation efficiency audits for agricultural producers in northeastern Colorado. Each audit will assess the efficiency of up to three p...
  • Peekin' into the past

    Five Years AgoAug. 2, 2007 Close to 700 people took a chance on the new event at the Phillips County Fair, the combine derby. With only two combines competing, it still proved to be a real crowd-thriller. After working in Holyoke hospitals for nearly 50...
  • Drumroll Please

    First Time At this moment, I am in the midst of a unique first-time opportunity. I finally got to bring an out-of-towner to Holyoke for her first time. It doesn’t sound like much, but hear me out. While I was in college in Massachusetts, I constantly ...
  • The Senior Snippet

    Residents have the right to freedom from physical restraints and physical and verbal abuse. The topic of using restraints has been under intense and watchful eyes since the late 1980s, when it began with the public’s care and concern with regard to the...
  • City action draws response

    Dear Editor, Moving back to Holyoke has been a great experience for my family. Of course we had many reasons for coming back to our hometown (closer to family, lifestyle, community, etc. ), and one of the things we looked forward to most was the characte...