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  • Reading gets IN TENTS this summer

    Leaping over logs and weaving through trees, participants race through a camping-themed obstacle course Wednesday, June 24, for this year’s Heginbotham Library Summer Reading Program. Gavin Skinner dives through the tent in the first portion of the obs...
  • Stein honored by Lions

    Longtime Lions Club member Larry Stein, pictured at right, is presented the Melvin Jones Fellowship Award by Holyoke Lions Club president Gene Bittner last Thursday, June 25. As decided upon by the local chapter, Stein received the award for his dedicatio...
  • Dani Brandt returns to New Way Singers for best year yet

    A seasoned pro at the tour life, HHS senior Dani Brandt joined the New Way Singers on a two-week experience for the third consecutive year. A love for singing and for New Ways runs in the family as Brandt follows in the footsteps of her dad, aunts, uncle,...
  • Haruf authors 1 last book

    Turns out Kent Haruf had one more novel in him. The celebrated author with a strong connection to Yuma and surrounding communities died of cancer last November. However, he spent a portion of his remaining days last year writing “Our Souls at Night,”...
  • 2 grants awarded to hospital

    Two grants were awarded to East Phillips County Hospital District by the State of Colorado, as announced by Melissa Memorial Hospital Administrator John Ayoub at the June 23 board meeting. An Emergency Medical Services grant was awarded in the amount of ...
  • Biking to feed the hungry

    Cyclists pass through HolyokeIn its 20th year, Nebraska United Methodist Bike Ride for Hunger rode into the State of Colorado this week to expand the horizon for the campaign to fundraise to combat hunger worldwide. They labeled it “The Boomerang Down ...
  • Bombers win Sidney tournament

    Buckley Bombers took top honors at the Sidney, Neb., tournament Saturday-Sunday, June 27-28. Winning all four of their games, the Bombers started the tournament off right, beating Sidney 8-6. As tournament play progressed, the Bombers faced Hershland, Neb...
  • Extreme distance runner to pass through on coast-to-coast run

    Community members are invited to run with extreme distance runner Aprylle Gilbert for a portion of her coast-to-coast trek across the country. She is expected to be in Holyoke Sunday evening, July 5, depending on how far she runs in the next few days. K...
  • Holyoke takes 10 records at Colby meet

    Northwest Kansas League to end season in Goodland July 2-3Holyoke swimmers were at it again in what can only be described as the summer of speed, posting 10 new records at the Colby, Kan., meet Saturday, June 27. This brings the season total to an impress...
  • 2 teams advance to tourney finals

    PeeWee Gold takes the goldHolyoke PeeWee Gold and Little League Green dominated the diamond to advance to the championships in the June 24-27 Border League baseball tournament in Haxtun. PeeWee Gold took the championship title and Little League Green plac...
  • State putting together comprehensive water plan

    It’s hard to imagine, in the midst of flooded fields and basements, the possibility that Colorado could face a major water shortage sometime in the next several decades. But Colorado this year is just now coming out of its latest drought, and another i...
  • This July 4, USDA wants to see cooks ‘#GrillingLikeaPRO’

    This Fourth of July weekend, many Americans will be celebrating the nation with family gatherings and summer cookouts. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service is reminding families to take extra care not to let foodborne ...
  • Drew Stewart elected to state 4-H officer team

    Drew Stewart, Phillips County 4-H member, was installed as the incoming District 5 president on the 2015-16 Colorado state 4-H officer team during the state 4-H conference awards ceremony Thursday evening, June 25. As part of the state officer team, Stew...
  • Enrollment begins for dairy margin protection program

    Agriculture Deputy Secretary Krysta Harden announced that starting July 1, dairy farmers can enroll in the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Margin Protection Program for coverage in 2016. The voluntary program, established by the 2014 Farm Bill, provid...
  • RRWCD meeting set for July 9

    Board of Directors of the Republican River Water Conservation District will be holding its regular quarterly meeting Thursday, July 9, from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at the Haxtun Community Center. Items on the agenda include approve minutes of previous meetings, a...
  • Quality of water important to area livestock operations

    One of the most important resources, water, is making headlines across the U.S., in government agencies and even here in Colorado. People do not always think about its importance, but water quality and supply will affect the productivity of livestock. A ...
  • BOBstock concert in Fort Morgan July 10-11

    For the eighth year, BOB FM station owner Media Logic is teaming up with Viaero Wireless to bring Morgan County residents and visitors the free BOBstock concert weekend featuring two headliners for the first time. Fort Morgan City Park is the site for th...
  • Local quilters win viewers’ choice award

    A “Remember Our Troops” quilt made by Kayla Kafka and quilted by Jan Hewitt tied for viewers’ choice honors in the small bed quilt category at the quilt show in Wray last weekend.To view the full article, consider an e-Subscription to the Enterprise...
  • Help wanted: young people now to lead in the future

    I’m only 13 years old, and I’m already preparing myself for the future. I’ve learned to drive a car, I work under the hood of a 1976 Monte Carlo in my spare time, and I’m awake at the crack of dawn preparing my market swine to be showcased at coun...
  • Thinking About Health

    If you knew how many calories in that sandwich, would you still eat it? Not long ago my husband showed up with a sandwich for lunch that he bought at a local supermarket. I thought it was going to be our usual: turkey and provolone with lettuce on a hard...