Ag & Business

The passage of Colorado’s Amendment 70 in 2016 greatly accelerated the statewide minimum wage growth. The amendment specified four hikes to be implemented annually, starting January 2017, until the minimum wage reaches $12 in 2020. — Graph by The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

City of Holyoke rides out minimum wage hikes; 50-plus prosper

    About two years ago, the first minimum wage hike scheduled by Amendment 70 went into effect, raising the floor from $8.31 to $9.30 per hour for untipped workers.

Golden Plains Recreation Center/Peerless Theatre board members are pictured, from left, front row, Tricia Michael, secretary Jane Eurich, vice president Erin LeBlanc, Cathy Edge, treasurer Jolene McCallum and Lillian Garcia; and back row, president Jerry Brandt, Jeff Michael, Richard Hielscher, Taiit Dixon and Chris Mattson. — Photo by The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

Peerless Theatre attendance climbs; Brandt steps down

    At their annual meeting Nov.


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