The Methodist Church concession stand has been a fixture at the Phillips County Fair for longer than anyone can remember, and just about everyone who’s been to the fair has some recollection of
Fourth of July fundraising provides food, fun and more as kids attending the First Baptist Church fundraiser for Holyoke Volunteer Fire Department listen to the names drawn for chances to pop a balloon to see what level of cash might be theirs. Enjoying the activity are kids pictured from left, front row, Olivia Conde, Lucas Jordan and Connor Martchenke of Broomfield (visiting Abby Einspahr); and back row, Elizabeth Horsley, Emy Goldenstein, Rebekah Krieger and John Krieger. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications
Fourth of July in Phillips County opened with morning rain showers and closed with an 11 p.m. tornado touch-down southwest of Holyoke.
Morning rainfall and gloomy skies into mid-afternoon on the Fourth of July looked like racing at Phillips County Raceway might not happen.
Holyoke EMS to host family fun day
Phillips County was well represented in the Quilts of the Plains outdoor quilt show in Wray Saturday, June 22.