|Peekin' into the Past|
|Written by Holyoke Enterprise|
Five Years Ago
Phillips County Telephone Company, now d/b/a PC Telcom, celebrates its 100th anniversary.
Northeast Colorado Square Dance Council gathered in Holyoke recently for a square dance to celebrate their 50th anniversary.
Ten Years Ago
Local Boy Scout Scott Crowder places a new entrance marker at the Amherst Community Cemetery as one of his community service projects.
Colorado Rural Letter Carriers Association is holding its 99th annual state convention in Holyoke at the Peerless Center.
Delia Klatka and Winona Rouze are named Women of the Year by Iota Epsilon Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi.
Twenty-Five Years Ago
Brent Vieselmeyer of the Holyoke FFA Chapter was recently elected vice president of the Colorado FFA Association for the 1986-87 year.
Dale and Ann Glover will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary June 14.
David Sprague of Holyoke became the Democratic nominee in the 4th Congressional District with a unanimous vote by the delegates to the District Assembly held in Denver.
Forty Years Ago
Holyoke Volunteer Fire Department celebrates 50 years of service to the community.
HHS ecology program wins a Governor’s trophy for first place in the “Keep Colorado Beautiful” contest.
A tornado causes extensive damage to a TV tower, garage, grain bin and irrigation pipe at the Mickey Kramer farm last week.
Fifty Years Ago
Nancy Shafer, who has just completed her second year at Ozark Bible College, volunteered for service in the mission field in Jamaica this summer.
Larry Poos, who graduated from HHS this spring, was awarded the FFA Farm Mechanics award.
Approximately 500 children age 4-14 participated in the annual Huck Finn Day festivities Sunday at Wray.
The Conoco bulk plant business in Holyoke has been sold by Darwin Schafer to Leo Detamore of Julesburg.
Holyoke Enterprise June 9, 2011