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  • Extension Corner

    4-H promotes community pride activities 4-H members have various requirements they need to achieve in order to have a complete project. Each project has its own project completion requirements. Each 4-H club has its own set of guidelines for club complet...
  • It's the Pitts

    Cattle barons Being a son of a proud member of the Daughters of the American Revolution, it pains me to say this, but the British played a big role in the founding of the range cattle industry in this country. Because the No. 1 son in England inherited ...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoJan. 28, 2010 Seeking to avoid reducing students’ grades due to attendance, a JR/SR high attendance committee has drafted a new policy for consideration that makes attendance a behavior issue, not an academic one. HHS freshman Trae McCal...
  • Amp up comfort food favs

    Packed with nostalgia and mouthwatering flavors that bring people back to mom’s home cooking, comfort food offers warm feelings on even the most bitter cold days. However, those time-honored recipes are usually packed with calorie- and fat-laden ingredi...
  • Plans for new Mini Park begin

    As many have probably noticed, the Lions Club Mini Park at the stoplight in Holyoke has been largely deconstructed. Tuesday morning, Jan. 20, city workers began the removal of the long-standing structure that had been declining in appearance as well as sa...
  • Plans for new Mini Park begin

    As many have probably noticed, the Lions Club Mini Park at the stoplight in Holyoke has been largely deconstructed. Tuesday morning, Jan. 20, city workers began the removal of the long-standing structure that had been declining in appearance as well as sa...
  • Worley resigns as PCED director

    Phillips County Economic Development board president Nici Akey addressed the Holyoke City Council at its regular meeting Tuesday, Jan. 20, announcing that PCED executive director Julie Worley has resigned from her position. According to Akey, Worley wil...
  • Worley resigns as PCED director

    Phillips County Economic Development board president Nici Akey addressed the Holyoke City Council at its regular meeting Tuesday, Jan. 20, announcing that PCED executive director Julie Worley has resigned from her position. According to Akey, Worley wil...
  • Holyoke joins BOCES districts for louder voice

    Emphasizing its belief in the value of coming together with area school boards to take a formal position on statewide graduation requirements and state assessments, the Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education finalized some position points at its...
  • Holyoke joins BOCES districts for louder voice

    Emphasizing its belief in the value of coming together with area school boards to take a formal position on statewide graduation requirements and state assessments, the Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education finalized some position points at its...
  • Conklin 5th in state VOD speech contest

    At a special presentation last weekend, Anastasia Conklin was awarded fifth place in the state competition for her Voice of Democracy speech. As a top-five finalist in the state, Conklin participated in a fun weekend in the Denver area Jan. 23-25, which ...
  • Conklin 5th in state VOD speech contest

    At a special presentation last weekend, Anastasia Conklin was awarded fifth place in the state competition for her Voice of Democracy speech. As a top-five finalist in the state, Conklin participated in a fun weekend in the Denver area Jan. 23-25, which ...
  • Around Town

    Wear green this Saturday Dragon fans are reminded to get out their green gear this Saturday, Jan. 31, for the Green Out basketball game. Holyoke takes on Akron beginning at 2 p.m. in the HHS gym.   Friends of the Library to host luncheon Friends ...
  • Texas barbecue ‘meats’ Colorado catering

    R & B’s barbecue works its way into Phillips County’s hearts ... and belliesThe minute a local event advertises a meal prepared and cooked by R & B Catering, they can be sure to get a crowd. This Texas barbecue business has fanned the flames ...
  • Rueter elected fire chief

    Holyoke Volunteer Fire Department has wrapped up its 2014 year and looks ahead to 2015. Stacy Rueter was elected fire chief for 2015, with John Durbin as first assistant chief and Ken Hoch as second assistant chief. In 2015, Steve Young will serve as th...
  • Wrestlers win Wiggins Invitational

    All nine Dragon wrestlers placed at the Wiggins Invitational Saturday, Jan. 17, to bring home the first-place team plaque. Coach Brady Walter said it was nice to win matches in the late rounds, an area in which the team has struggled this season. As a W...
  • O’Neal shares evolution of love for music with new album

    When Jake O’Neal was last interviewed by the Enterprise about his musical ventures in the summer of 2013 he expressed, “I’ve always wanted to do something that’s me — uniquely me.” At the time, he was working with his band Summa. Now O’Neal...
  • Inauguration, governor’s speech highlight week

    The inauguration of Gov. John Hickenlooper for his second term and his State of the State speech Thursday, Jan. 15, highlighted the first full week of the 2015 legislative session. In his inaugural address, Hickenlooper reflected on the good and the bad ...
  • Locals show western spirit at Stock Show

    Once again, Holyoke has been having strong representation at the 2015 National Western Stock Show in Denver. This year’s NWSS runs Jan. 10-25 and posted attendance of 47,207 on opening day — the biggest first-day tally in the show’s century-plus his...
  • P Pod, Creative Traditions welcomed

    It was a grand day for celebration Saturday, Jan. 17, when two new Holyoke businesses, The P Pod and Creative Traditions, were presented first dollar of profit plaques from the Holyoke Chamber of Commerce. Located in the former Bill’s TV building at 11...