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Librarian Kathy Bornhoft, at left, and staff member Laura Krogmeier admire the chandelier, reportedly from South Africa, that hangs above the circulation desk. A photograph of Will E. Heginbotham can be seen on the wall of what used to be his formal dining room. China cabinets now hold books, and through the doorway patrons can see the original breakfast room with a Dutch mural on the wall. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

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Librarian Kathy Bornhoft, at left, and staff member Laura Krogmeier admire the chandelier, reportedly from South Africa, that hangs above the circulation desk. A photograph of Will E. Heginbotham can be seen on the wall of what used to be his formal dining room. China cabinets now hold books, and through the doorway patrons can see the original breakfast room with a Dutch mural on the wall. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

To the fine, upstanding citizens of Phillips County, you are cordially invited to a grand celebration Sunday, the 29th of September.

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Community members, supporters of Melissa Memorial Hospital and folks looking for a fun night on the town can start making their plans to put on the ritz for the Feb. 8, 2020, Legacy Event.

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Holyoke volunteer firefighters Sam Distefano and Lance Murray, pictured from left, are at the top of 1801 California Street in Denver.

One hundred ten flights of stairs. Three hundred forty three firefighters. These specific numbers carry great significance due to the Sept.

Sports

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Ethan Johnson follows his shot in the Holyoke Golf Invitational Thursday, Sept. 12. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

Wind was whipping out of the northwest all day Thursday, Sept. 12, making Holyoke Golf Course that much more difficult for the five teams competing in the Holyoke Invite.

Quail Dunes Golf Course in Fort Morgan presents some obstacles to navigate, and the Sept.

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Members of the 2019 Holyoke High School football team are pictured from left, front row, manager Angel Martinez, Angel Carrasco, Carlos Legarreta, Oscar Dominguez, Michael Ramos, Slaten Burris, Ivan Ponce, Gage Sprague, Luis Reynoso and Stephen Murray; second row, Seth Watson, Johny Quintana, Robert Soukup, Kevin Hermosillo, Kaison Kinnie, Oscar Aguiano-Mendoza, Ran Daikoku, Aaron Sierra and Jeffrey Espinoza; third row, Aidyn Shafer, Cade Killin, Miguel Soto, coach Bryan Beckner, coach Russ Sprague, coach Dusty Sprague, coach Aaron Sprague, coach Nic Balog, Victor Baeza, Emmanuel Vasquez and Alexis Vega; and back row, Miles Sprague, Hunter Bergstrom, Ethan Andersen, Andrew Rivera, Jaime Avila, Caleb Deaver, Joey Beckner, Kayden Porter, Luis Chafino and Blake Mosenteen. Not pictured are Cameron Skager and manager Cooper Goldenstein. — Jim Powell Photography

Holyoke High School football is 3-0, healthy and looking ahead to what’s next. A Sept.

Ag & Business

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This month, Deeona Johnston begins her job as a family and consumer sciences Extension agent in Phillips County. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

Small-town living, 4-H, FFA, dietetic studies, and a family and consumer sciences background are just a few of the things that made Deeona Johnston a perfect candidate for the Extension position in

A new CT scanner was approved by the East Phillips County Hospital District Board of Directors at a special meeting Tuesday, Sept. 10.

The Colorado and Wyoming Society for Range Management sections have teamed up to host an educational workshop event, Riding Toward the Future. It will be held Thursday, Oct.

School

Ballot wording for Holyoke School District’s mill levy override extension question was confirmed by the Board of Education at its Sept. 3 meeting.

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Ran Daikoku of Osaka, Japan, is the only foreign exchange student attending Holyoke High School this year. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

They say that opposites attract, and that seems to be the case for Ran Daikoku, Holyoke High School’s lone foreign exchange student for the 2019-20 school year.

Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education will meet Tuesday, Sept. 17, at 7 p.m. in the board meeting room at HJHS, room No. 218.

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