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  • USDA releases new state-by-state ‘Made in Rural America’ report

    As part of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s commitment to strengthening rural economies, secretary Tom Vilsack announced a new state-by-state “Made in Rural America” report illustrating the impact of USDA investments in rural communities. Each ...
  • Crop Clinic set for Nov. 18-19 in Sterling

    Colorado State University Extension and Colorado’s Certified Crop Advisors Board will be conducting the 2014 Crop Clinic Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. 18-19, at the DeSoto Building, 1120 Pawnee Ave., Sterling. Program topics include nutrient management, ...
  • Business briefs

    Veronica Marroquin, Debby Banaka, Megan Gerk, Annie Stephens and Amanda Feely of Veronica’s Hair & Nail Salon in Holyoke attended a Fall Hair Show Oct. 4-5 at the Convention Center in Denver. Information for business briefs can be called to the E...
  • Club report

    Raising Ranchers 4-H Club Raising Ranchers 4-H Club met Monday, Oct. 27 in the Ortner Room at the Phillips County Event Center. The meeting was called to order by president Ty Camblin, and pledges were led by Cash Weber. Roll call and the secretary’s ...
  • HHS ends season with big loss to Burlington

    Playing in their final game this season, the Holyoke Dragon football team hit the gridiron against the Burlington Cougars Friday, Oct. 24. Holyoke celebrated Parents’ Night, honoring the parents of players on the field before the game. The Dragons fell...
  • Volleyball girls go 1-1 in districts to end season

    HHS varsity volleyball girls had to serve up some extra endurance as they played back-to-back games for the first round of district pool play Tuesday, Oct. 21, in Akron. The Lady Dragons beat Merino, but they lost to Akron. The loss kept them from advanci...
  • Severin to teach in Holyoke this Saturday

    Whole Heart Ministries is a ministry founded by Sarah Severin. She is from Akron, and since she lost her husband five years ago, the Lord has had her busy ministering to women with her teaching. Severin will be teaching in Holyoke this Saturday, Nov. 1, ...
  • Re-1J School Board meets Tuesday, Nov. 4

    Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education will meet Tuesday, Nov. 4 at 7 p.m. in HJHS Room No. 218. The superintendent’s report will include information on an innovation schools application. To read the full article, subscribe to our e-Edition....
  • Extension Corner

    Staying safe this Halloween Halloween is among the top three holidays producing the most emergency room visits, according to a nine-year study of pediatric emergency room visits between 1997 and 2006. Most of the injuries were to the finger or hand with...
  • Thinking About Health

    Beware the sales pitches during Medicare’s annual open enrollment Once again, it’s Medicare open enrollment season, the time for those on Medicare to choose how to cover the gaps in the government health program for seniors and people with disabiliti...
  • Keep public notices in the public

    Since statehood, Colorado citizens have relied on legal (or public) notice advertising in newspapers throughout the state to be informed of important governmental actions. State agencies, counties, municipalities and special districts post their legal no...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoOct. 29, 2009 The 5 inches of wet snow that fell last week was enough to close schools on Oct. 22, as county roads became muddy. Elisa Sagehorn, member of the Holyoke FFA chapter, recently received the American FFA Degree at the National F...
  • Shuttle loader takes Grainland to next level

    Project plans have come full circle as Grainland Co-op’s shuttle loader and circle track project has begun initial fill processes, with its first loads scheduled for early next year. The multi-million-dollar project takes Grainland, a locally controlle...
  • Shuttle loader takes Grainland to next level

    Project plans have come full circle as Grainland Co-op’s shuttle loader and circle track project has begun initial fill processes, with its first loads scheduled for early next year. The multi-million-dollar project takes Grainland, a locally controlle...
  • Family harvest time reaps rewards

    Holyoke’s economy is made up of all the common sectors of business, but farming is perhaps what this area is best known for. And it’s not all hired hands and large operations. Many farms around Holyoke are run by the family, and that can mean everyone...
  • Family harvest time reaps rewards

    Holyoke’s economy is made up of all the common sectors of business, but farming is perhaps what this area is best known for. And it’s not all hired hands and large operations. Many farms around Holyoke are run by the family, and that can mean everyone...
  • KCI to install broadband equipment on water tower

    By Isaac Kreider After several months of negotiations with Kentec Communications Inc. of Sterling, the Holyoke City Council made final arrangements for its agreement with the company at the Tuesday, Oct. 21, meeting. The agreement requires KCI to pay $1...
  • KCI to install broadband equipment on water tower

    By Isaac Kreider After several months of negotiations with Kentec Communications Inc. of Sterling, the Holyoke City Council made final arrangements for its agreement with the company at the Tuesday, Oct. 21, meeting. The agreement requires KCI to pay $1...
  • Around Town

    Daylight saving time ends this weekend Residents are reminded to set their clocks back one hour Saturday night, Nov. 1, as daylight saving time officially ends at 2 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 2.Holyoke Enterprise October 30, 2014...
  • Scoop’n the News

    City, school, community merit my supportHaving lived and worked in Holyoke for 35 years, I’ve gained a true appreciation for the sense of community that is so valuable and so evident in this place I’m proud to call home. I see it when one of our own ...