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  • Relay For Life set in Haxtun June 7-8; teams to register at health fairs

    “Decades of Hope” is the theme for the 12th annual Phillips County Relay For Life event set for Friday-Saturday, June 7-8. A big change for this year is that the Relay has moved to the Haxtun Baseball Field, where teams will camp out and walk the tra...
  • Relay For Life set in Haxtun June 7-8; teams to register at health fairs

    “Decades of Hope” is the theme for the 12th annual Phillips County Relay For Life event set for Friday-Saturday, June 7-8. A big change for this year is that the Relay has moved to the Haxtun Baseball Field, where teams will camp out and walk the tra...
  • Holyoke Enterprise Community Calendar

    Holyoke Enterprise March 14, 2013...
  • Musicians orchestrate success in Smorgasbord Concert

    “Music Education Orchestrating Success” was the focus at the annual Smorgasbord Concert held Friday, March 1 in the HHS auditorium. School bands and choirs combined for the musical entertainment and played to a packed auditorium crowd. Junior high a...
  • Local Baptist congregation marks 125th anniversary

    First Baptist Church kicks off month of celebration Over 250 community members and visitors gathered in a gorgeous new church at 1000 E. Johnson St. Sunday, March 3 to celebrate the 125th anniversary of First Baptist Church of Holyoke. Giving the mess...
  • Dragon hoopsters are regional-bound

    Holyoke High School girls’ and boys’ basketball teams have both extended their seasons another week by qualifying for 2A regional tournament action this weekend. The girls’ and boys’ teams both finished fourth in the District 2 tournament at NJC ...
  • HHS Lady Dragons go 1-2 at districts

    Needing to win one game to qualify for the regional tournament beginning Friday, the Holyoke girls’ basketball team knocked off Burlington Tuesday, Feb. 26 before falling to Yuma Thursday, Feb. 28 and Wray Saturday, March 2. The post season has been he...
  • Boys enter regionals playing best ball of season

    After taking fourth at the 2A District 2 Tournament over the weekend, the Dragons are preparing to face the Sierra Grande Panthers in the first round of the regional tournament. HHS began the district tournament picking up the 77-54 regional qualifying w...
  • Holyoke students excel at National History Day regional competition

    Holyoke was represented by 17 students at the regional National History Day contest at the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley Saturday, March 2. In total, there were 147 entries from Northeastern Colorado. Participants entered essays, documentari...
  • Scholarships offered by CAWG for seniors

    The Colorado Association of Wheat Growers will award two $1,000 scholarships to Colorado high school seniors. The applicants’ parents, grandparents or legal guardians must be current or new members of CAWG or the applicant must be nominated by a curren...
  • I'm Just Cookin'

    There's always room for Jell-O“America’s Most Famous Dessert” has been a classic in U.S. households for over 100 years, and Jell-O continues to make us smile with its wiggly jiggliness and bold fruit flavors. Apparently I’ve been living under a r...
  • Scholarships offered for northeast Colorado

    The Ruth Henderson Memorial Scholarship Fund established at the Community Foundation of Northern Colorado will provide significant financial assistance to one or more students who are current seniors at, or recent graduates of, high schools located in Mor...
  • Holyoke Pharmacy to open this month

    Having received licensure for Holyoke Pharmacy on March 1, owners Jamie Hanes and Jason Burke announced they will be opening their local store later this month. The owners were in Holyoke last week to begin to stock the store shelves, and said they will ...
  • Dickinson Land Surveyors opens in Holyoke

    Branching out from their established business in Ogallala, Neb., Dickinson Land Surveyors, Inc. opened a Holyoke office on the second floor of the Peerless Center at 212 S. Interocean Ave. in Holyoke last Friday, March 1. Ryan and Mary Dickinson founded ...
  • Angus Association recognizes members

    Vision Angus of Amherst has been recognized nationally by the American Angus Association® for having four registered Angus cows and one registered Angus bull included in the Association’s 2013 Pathfinder® Report. Holyoke’s Gale and Cynthia Haynes w...
  • Forestry conference March 14 in Brush

    The 2013 Eastern Colorado Community Forestry Conference is set for Thursday, March 14 from 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. in Brush at the Jaycee Building, 400 Ellsworth St. Helping put on the conference are Colorado State Forest Service, CSU Extension, Colorado Tree C...
  • Tips offered at March 14 workshop

    A Manure and Dead Animal Management workshop will be held Thursday, March 14 at First Presbyterian Church, on the corner of Birch and 4th streets in Wray from 1-3:30 p.m. No registration is required. There are two very certain facts about raising animals...
  • Methodist Church stands at corner of Furry and Phelan for 125 years

    The Holyoke Enterprise’s feature photo for the March page in their 125th anniversary calendar is the First United Methodist Church, an establishment that has had a strong presence in Holyoke since the city’s beginning. The church first organized July...
  • School lunch menu guidelines updated

    Schools across the country are launching a campaign to inform parents and students of the recent lunch program changes and are requesting families to take another look at school menus. At the start of the 2012 school year, the United States Department of...
  • SourceGas warns customers of scams

    SourceGas customers should be aware of a variety of nationwide billing scams targeting utility customers. The scams range from an individual trying to obtain personal information from a customer to attempts to illegally obtain payments from customers. So...