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  • What's the Scoop? Has it gone poop?

    A group of spectators wait patiently for Lucky to do its duty at the inaugural Cow Patty Bingo. After hours of waiting, one might have said the Cow Patty Bingo was a flop, but it turned out to be quite a “plop” in the end! Ron Goldenstein was the ...
  • Special theme contests attract interest

    Decorate a Vegetable  8 & under: 1st, Lily Goodemote; 2nd, Blye McCallum; 3rd, Ethan Schneller; 9-13, 1st and Best of Show, Anna Jelden; 2nd, Keegan Shaw; 3rd, Tyler Loutensock. Build Your Best Lego  1st, Cole LeBlanc, Kenton Bogan, Landon Boga...
  • Wiebers goes behind the scenes in Phillips County

      Phillips County Maintenance Supervisor Gale Wiebers maneuvers his tractor while cleaning up at the Fairgrounds last week.   —Enterprise photoA day in the life of...A Phillips County maintenance supervisor  Hundreds of people flock...
  • Collectors enjoy Sunday toy show

      Eighteen toy enthusiasts displayed collections ranging from dolls and bears to tractors and cars at Phillips County Historical Society’s sixth annual toy show Sunday, Aug. 8. “It’s just a fun afternoon showing toys,” said event organizer Ste...
  • Baby Bear Hugs names 2010 sweetest baby-toddler winners

      Winners of this year’s Baby Bear Hugs Sweetest Baby-Toddler Contest are Aria Ann Brunick, Bryson David Burnett and Claire Hubbard.   —Enterprise photo  Aria Ann Brunick, Claire Hubbard and Bryson David Burnett were named the winn...
  • Students round off the season in "Gymnastics Fever"

      Allie Thompson holds Ella Coffin as she does a cartwheel in their gymnastics routine Tuesday, Aug. 3.   —Enterprise photo  Students at M&K Gymnastics showcased all they had learned in a Gymnastics Fever recital Tuesday, Aug. 3. Six ...
  • Elvis has left the building; legend lives on

    Do You Remember When...Some trivia sources claim that Elvis Presley ranks with Jesus Christ and Richard Nixon as one of the most well known western names in China. Whether it’s true or not, there is no denying Elvis is an international icon. Aug. 16 wi...
  • Students head back to school Thursday

    The days of running through the sprinklers, going to the pool or lake and playing ball with friends are drawing near a close. Students in the Holyoke school district will head back to school Thursday, Aug. 19. Back-to-School night is scheduled for Wednes...
  • Dry bean field day Aug. 24

    Agriculture producers will have the opportunity to get up-to-date on dry bean developments during the Colorado Dry Bean Field Day. Colorado State University and the Colorado Dry Bean Administrative Committee will hold a Dry Bean Field Day at three sites i...
  • Herman is new director at PC Family Education Services

    There’s a new face in Holyoke and at Phillips County Family Education Services. Trisha Herman, formerly of Yuma, started the position of executive director Aug. 2, and has since been busy familiarizing herself with the new setting. Herman’s move to P...
  • Hunter safety set for Aug. 20-22

    Those interested in taking a hunter safety course will be given the opportunity Aug. 20-22. Classes will be held from 6-9 p.m. Friday, Aug. 20; 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, Aug 21; and 1-6 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 22. All classes will be held at the CSU Cooperative...
  • Seal coat program happens

     City of Holyoke employees were busy last week Aug. 4-6 applying seal coat to streets around town. Streets involved were East Akron, East Furry, West Hargreaves, East Jules, South Sheridan Avenue, South Worley Avenue, South Coleman Avenue, West Hal...
  • See it like C Lee

    How sweet it is The time is upon us. It has started and for this loyal fan, it’s the time of year I can’t get enough of. It’s football season! That’s right, this past Sunday was the official start of the football season. The annual NFL Hall of F...
  • Electronic Medical Records implemented at clinic

      Judy Sudmeier, FNP, pictured at right, and Family Practice office director Melissa Mayden demonstrate what it looks like in exam rooms now that the Electronic Medical Records have been implemented at Family Practice of Holyoke. Staff will now ent...
  • High risk obstetrical helicopter makes special stop at hospital

      One of the helicopters used for high risk obstetrical patients made a brief stop in Holyoke Thursday, Aug. 5. The helicopter is part of North Colorado Med Evac out of Greeley. The normal staff on board includes a pilot, critical care RN and a lab...
  • Random drug testing reviewed for 2009-10

    A total of 184 tests were conducted in the 2009-10 random drug testing (RDT) program for Holyoke JR/SR High. Details of the school’s second year for RDT were reported by Principal Susan Ortner at the Aug. 3 meeting of the Board of Education. Ortner po...
  • Random drug testing reviewed for 2009-10

    A total of 184 tests were conducted in the 2009-10 random drug testing (RDT) program for Holyoke JR/SR High. Details of the school’s second year for RDT were reported by Principal Susan Ortner at the Aug. 3 meeting of the Board of Education. Ortner po...
  • Mayor Nygaard resigns

    Citing the safety and well-being of his family, Mayor David Nygaard resigned his position effective Wednesday, Aug. 4 at the conclusion of the Tuesday, Aug. 3 Holyoke City Council meeting. “I have served on the council for over eight years, and tried t...
  • Mayor Nygaard resigns

    Citing the safety and well-being of his family, Mayor David Nygaard resigned his position effective Wednesday, Aug. 4 at the conclusion of the Tuesday, Aug. 3 Holyoke City Council meeting. “I have served on the council for over eight years, and tried t...
  • Japanese exchange students get a taste of American life

      Holyoke’s three Japanese exchange students recently had the opportunity to spend time at the Phillips County Fair and even got to help decorate the Challengers 4-H Club parade float. 4-H members and exchange students are pictured from left, fro...