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Kids are pictured from left, top row, Wes Kramer and Bode Fust; middle row, Brodyn Daniel, Bryce Worley with grandpa Curt Lebsack, and Dawsyn Daniel with dad Dylon Daniel; and bottom row, Miller Fust and Bryce Kramer.

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Executive director Holly Ferguson is in the process of setting up a new office for the Holyoke Chamber of Commerce at 118 N. Interocean Ave. She said people can enter through the south door of the State Farm building any time between 10 a.m.-5 p.m. on Wednesdays or by appointment. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

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Paramedic Lisa Werts tests a community member for COVID-19 at the drive-up testing event May 20 in front of Sunset View. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

With tests funded by the State, Melissa Memorial Hospital was able to offer a free testing event for COVID-19 last Wednesday, May 20.

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Kids are pictured from left, top row, Wes Kramer and Bode Fust; middle row, Brodyn Daniel, Bryce Worley with grandpa Curt Lebsack, and Dawsyn Daniel with dad Dylon Daniel; and bottom row, Miller Fust and Bryce Kramer.

Empty grocery store shelves. Limits on milk and eggs. Processing plants shut down. Unusually high prices for meat.

As our counties begin to open again and we have access to more options and opportunities, it is exciting to start participating and doing some normal things again.

Sports

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With hundreds of lakes, ponds, creeks, rivers and reservoirs, Colorado is an ideal place to get in some fishing, be it a single day, a long weekend or a year-round hobby.

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Ballyneal Golf Course is currently listed as Golf Digest’s No. 1 course in Colorado.

The best golf course in the state is right here in Holyoke’s backyard.

In an email sent to Colorado High School Activities Association member schools last week, commissioner Rhonda Blanford-Green informed the membership that on June 1 the moratorium against in-person

Ag & Business

It took some back-and-forth, but finally on May 20, Phillips County was granted a variance from Colorado’s Safer at Home orders.

Checks were distributed last week to 19 local business owners and 98 employees from the Help Holyoke fund that was set up the first week of April to assist businesses that were mandated to close in

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Executive director Holly Ferguson is in the process of setting up a new office for the Holyoke Chamber of Commerce at 118 N. Interocean Ave. She said people can enter through the south door of the State Farm building any time between 10 a.m.-5 p.m. on Wednesdays or by appointment. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

The role of a chamber of commerce can be confusing, especially during this crazy time of the COVID-19 pandemic.

School

Until school districts get the word on funding from the State, preliminary budgets for 2020-21 that were to be completed June 1 will be delayed.

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Student Austin Durbin, pictured at left, and paraprofessional Letty Penzing engage in an e-learning session as coordinated by teacher Nancy Miles during Holyoke’s online schooling.

Parents, students and staff embraced a whole lot of learning beyond classroom topics in the e-learning world of English as a second language and special education as reported by teachers and parapr

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The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

The calendar listed the last day of school as Friday, May 22, but students had their laptops shut down earlier in the week as they concluded virtual learning for the 2019-20 school year.

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