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  • West Nile virus circulating in state

    Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment reported June 19 that mosquitoes collected in Adams, Boulder, Delta, Mesa and Weld counties are carrying West Nile virus. The department expects more counties to find infected mosquitoes as the summer p...
  • Community Service Award applications now being accepted

    For the 17th year in a row, Group Publishing is giving away cash awards to a variety of northern Colorado charities. Every year, Group gives a portion of its profits back to the community. Since 1997, Group has donated over $1 million to charitable organ...
  • CDOT promotes motorcycle safety with Ride Wise campaign

    Motorcycle crashes killed 86 riders and passengers on Colorado roadways last year, and 69 percent of the motorcyclists were at fault. As motorcyclists across the state gear up for riding season, the Colorado Department of Transportation announces a motor...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoJuly 2, 2009 Five Holyoke High School students, led by teacher Tracy Trumper, went on a nine-day Education First tour of some of Italy and Greece’s most famous tourist attractions last month. HHS graduate Josi Kramer designed and created...
  • It's the Pitts

    RonRon When I was growing up, most kids had nicknames. I think the reason for this is because our parents gave us names that were last popular in the Millard Fillmore administration. Who wants to go through life being called Millard, Rudyard, Melvin, Pe...
  • Too early to tell if drought is over

    Wow! These recent rainstorms have been tremendous, haven’t they? As of Tuesday, June 24, the Wray National Weather Service COOP station has reported 10.05 inches of total precipitation since Oct. 1 of last year. The Yuma station has reported 8.69 and t...
  • Around Town

    Fireworks, races on 4th of July The annual fireworks show coordinated by Holyoke Volunteer Fire Department will light up the Holyoke sky Friday, July 4, southeast of City Park at approximately 9:30 p.m. Prior to the fireworks display, Phillips County Ra...
  • Hospital explores dental options

    Through the community health needs assessment, the East Phillips County Hospital District has been able to zero in on the needs of those in the area. During the Tuesday, June 24, board meeting, Melissa Memorial Hospital administrator John Ayoub announced...
  • Hospital explores dental options

    Through the community health needs assessment, the East Phillips County Hospital District has been able to zero in on the needs of those in the area. During the Tuesday, June 24, board meeting, Melissa Memorial Hospital administrator John Ayoub announced...
  • Better-than-average area wheat yields projected

    Thanks to the recent spells of moisture, area producers are looking at a promising year for wheat. “We got some rains when we really needed it,” Grainland Co-op grain merchandiser Steve Young said. “It should be a decent harvest.” Young said he ...
  • Better-than-average area wheat yields projected

    Thanks to the recent spells of moisture, area producers are looking at a promising year for wheat. “We got some rains when we really needed it,” Grainland Co-op grain merchandiser Steve Young said. “It should be a decent harvest.” Young said he ...
  • Beauprez, Buck win primaries

    Bob Beauprez and Ken Buck won the GOP gubernatorial and 4th Congressional District primaries, respectively, in the June 24 Colorado primary election. Phillips County Republicans also favored the two candidates in the unofficial vote count released last w...
  • Beauprez, Buck win primaries

    Bob Beauprez and Ken Buck won the GOP gubernatorial and 4th Congressional District primaries, respectively, in the June 24 Colorado primary election. Phillips County Republicans also favored the two candidates in the unofficial vote count released last w...
  • Whipping winds and lightning hit Holyoke

    Sirens were a common occurrence in Holyoke late last week as extreme weather caused the horns to blow for four separate events. Throughout the week, rainstorms were accompanied by lightning shows that filled the night sky with colorful explosions. Unfort...
  • Whipping winds and lightning hit Holyoke

    Sirens were a common occurrence in Holyoke late last week as extreme weather caused the horns to blow for four separate events. Throughout the week, rainstorms were accompanied by lightning shows that filled the night sky with colorful explosions. Unfort...
  • Cox kicks off Hundred Hole Hike with 9 holes Sunday

    A crowd of about a dozen people gathered around Ballyneal Golf Club’s 10th tee box at 8 a.m. Sunday, June 22, as Ben Cox returned to the course he used to caddie at. For most golfers playing Sunday, it was just another sunny day on the links, but for Co...
  • Young players shine at T-ball, machine pitch games

    D.J. Murray puts a hard swing into his T-ball at bat.Mason Powell gets in front of a ground ball during machine pitch game action.­—Enterprise photos from June 13 action with Chappell, Neb.Subscribe to our e-Edition to get the full story! Call 970-854-...
  • 3 medley relay records broken

    Holyoke Swim Club dominated the medley relay competition with three new records at the Colby, Kan., swim meet Saturday, June 21. The 9-10 mixed 100 m medley relay team, comprised of swimmers Evan Jones, Elise Krogmeier, Kristin Vieselmeyer and Lauren Her...
  • HHS sends 2 to All-State games

    Maddie King and Logan Tharp represented Holyoke High School one last time as the pair competed in the Colorado High School Coaches Association 58th All-State Games at Adams State University in Alamosa Saturday, June 14. The recent HHS graduates made the ...
  • Border League tournament under way in Chappell, Neb.

    Border League baseball players will duke it out for the tournament title beginning Wednesday, June 25 in Chappell, Neb.   PeeWee players start the tournament Round one of the PeeWee tournament kicked off Wednesday with action between No. 8 Holyoke...