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  • USDA reminds of closing date for noninsurable crops

    USDA Colorado Farm Service Agency (FSA) state executive director, Trudy Kareus, reminds producers that they have until Tuesday, Sept. 4 to purchase coverage through the Noninsurable Crop Disaster Assistance Program (NAP). The sales closing date is actual...
  • FSA provides assistance to livestock producers

    USDA Colorado Farm Service Agency (FSA) State Executive Director Trudy Kareus announced that special provisions are made to the FSA emergency loan program and to the Risk Management Agency (RMA) federal crop insurance program in order to provide greater f...
  • Health department warns people who have contact with infants

    Dr. Chris Urbina, chief medical officer and executive director of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, said Monday, Aug. 20, “We are alerting the public to an epidemic number of pertussis cases in Colorado and are urging Coloradans ...
  • Extension Corner

    Vegetable gardening in September and October Harvesting! Most vegetables are at their best for a short period of time. This means the vegetables are palatable and have nutrition. Peas, corn, beans and cucumbers are at their best for a short time. Harves...
  • It's the Pitts

    Roundup Dos and Don’ts Ranchers are inviting city folks to their brandings to educate them about our business. I applaud this move but realize that there’s never been any direction given as to how the townies are to conduct themselves. Until now, tha...
  • The Laughing Mom

    The big move A few weeks ago, I packed up our things and headed for California. That may seem like a drastic move for most people, but for me it was a return to my parents and my hometown. This last year and a half has been really hard on my daughters a...
  • Peekin' into the past

    Five Years AgoAug. 30, 2007 Dr. Maria L. Soto has joined the staff at Melissa Memorial Hospital as the new family practice physician. A total of 23 teams participated in this year’s Relay For Life event Aug. 24-25. An unofficial tally of $47,000 was r...
  • MV Equipment Community Calendar

    August 30, 2012...
  • Around Town

    Enterprise asks for early copy Because of the Labor Day holiday Monday, Sept. 3, staff members at The Holyoke Enterprise would appreciate having information for news stories and advertisements for the next issue by Friday, Aug. 31.   No school Mon...
  • 2012 'Magic of Relay' raises nearly $30,000

    Friday night, Aug. 24 was filled with magic as community members walked the track, celebrated with cancer survivors and raised funds for the American Cancer Society at the 2012 Phillips County Relay For Life. The 12-hour “Magic of Relay” event kicked...
  • 2012 'Magic of Relay' raises nearly $30,000

    Friday night, Aug. 24 was filled with magic as community members walked the track, celebrated with cancer survivors and raised funds for the American Cancer Society at the 2012 Phillips County Relay For Life. The 12-hour “Magic of Relay” event kicked...
  • Goodbye summer, hello to a new school year

    The school bells were turned back on Wednesday, Aug. 22 as students in Holyoke packed their backpacks and headed back to school. Above, new elementary school counselor Sharon Jones greets Braxten and Ashlyn Churchwell as they enter the building last Wedne...
  • Goodbye summer, hello to a new school year

    The school bells were turned back on Wednesday, Aug. 22 as students in Holyoke packed their backpacks and headed back to school. Above, new elementary school counselor Sharon Jones greets Braxten and Ashlyn Churchwell as they enter the building last Wedne...
  • City Council approves excavation permit fee

    Holyoke City Council approved a $50 fee for excavation permits during their regular meeting Tuesday, Aug. 21. The council voted last Tuesday to set the $50 fee per segment after some discussion. Councilmen David Churchwell and Steve Moore cast dissenting...
  • City Council approves excavation permit fee

    Holyoke City Council approved a $50 fee for excavation permits during their regular meeting Tuesday, Aug. 21. The council voted last Tuesday to set the $50 fee per segment after some discussion. Councilmen David Churchwell and Steve Moore cast dissenting...
  • First-day student count remains stable in Re-1J

    Enrollment figures during the first few days of school in Holyoke School District Re-1J remained the same as the numbers recorded one year ago as the school year began. Students started classes Wednesday, Aug. 22, and additions and deletions to class lis...
  • First-day student count remains stable in Re-1J

    Enrollment figures during the first few days of school in Holyoke School District Re-1J remained the same as the numbers recorded one year ago as the school year began. Students started classes Wednesday, Aug. 22, and additions and deletions to class lis...
  • Holyoke Happenings reports success

    Holyoke Happenings was the name coined by Trisha Herman, the director of Phillips County Family Education Services, for the community guide that was developed and distributed at the schools and around the town of Holyoke this May. The idea of having one ...
  • Motocross gains traction with local racers

    “If you like stuff that goes fast, this is your sport, definitely,” said Gunnar Kroeger, a junior higher with an ornery grin and a need for extreme sports. Motocross isn’t a typical afterschool sport, but a few brave souls from Holyoke are getting ...
  • I'm Just Cookin'

    Real men don’t eat quiche Chocolate, Diet Dr. Pepper and yogurt are all stereotypical female foods, and competing for a top spot on this girly food list is our feature food today—quiche. (Guys, it’s OK if you want to stop reading now. We won’t ju...