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  • Business Briefs

    Amanda Ferguson and Connie Ferguson are now taking appointments at The Headquarters in Holyoke. Both are currently attending barber school to expand their knowledge and expertise. If you have information for Business Briefs, call the Enterprise at 854...
  • Lady Dragon volleyball looks to Yuma in Homecoming match-up

    A busy week of volleyball left the Lady Dragons with one win and two losses. Last Tuesday, Sept. 25, the team defeated Sedgwick County in three sets, 25-22, 25-23 and 25-22. At Akron Thursday, they lost to the Rams 22-25, 11-25 and 14-25. On their home...
  • Deyten Klein turns in 85 on first day

    HHS senior Deyten Klein carded a first-day score of 85 at the Class 3A state golf tournament at Pinehurst Country Club in Denver Monday, Oct. 1. Klein, the sole Dragon qualifier, fired off an 82 at the Sept. 20 regional tournament in Boulder to make this...
  • School menu

    Oct. 8-12 Elementary Breakfast Monday, Oct. 8: French toast sticks or cereal choice with string cheese, orange slices, milk. Tuesday, Oct. 9: Breakfast burrito or fruit muffin with graham cracker, chilled pineapple, milk, juice. Wednesday, Oct. 10: Sa...
  • Thomas recognized by Hospice of the Plains

    Hospice of the Plains honors individuals who offer extraordinary service to their organization and to the families they serve each quarter. The Wray office recognizes the work done by J. Gordon Thomas from Paoli for the outstanding service he has provide...
  • Re-1J board meeting changed to Oct. 9

    Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education postponed its first meeting in October to Tuesday, Oct. 9 at 7 p.m. in HJHS Room #218. The meeting was changed from Oct. 2 due to the Young Americans program planned that evening. The superintendent’s re...
  • Warner hospitalized following accident

    Seth Warner, 26, of Holyoke, is in stable condition in the intensive care unit at Swedish Medical Center in Englewood following a Sept. 23 accident near St. Francis, Kan. According to Warner’s mom, Vickie, Seth was returning home from St. Francis early...
  • Dig into these pumpkin facts

    Pumpkins are a common sight this time of year. This fruit of the fall is often used in decorating the interior and exterior of homes, but can be an integral component of cooking and baking as well. Little thought is given to pumpkins and their makeup. Bu...
  • Help organizations succeed with these fundraising pointers

    Fundraising is an essential element of keeping charities and other nonprofit organizations afloat. In fact, for many schools, sports teams and nonprofit groups, fundraising is the single most effective way for these organizations to pay for the rising cos...
  • Branding 101: Tips to building a brand for small businesses

    Building a brand is essential for small businesses hoping to thrive in a competitive business market. Because consumers are still pinching pennies and looking to stretch every dollar, today’s market is as competitive as ever, but a brand can be used to ...
  • Budget a concern to reader

    Dear Editor, GOD BLESS AMERICA!!! I believe He has in the past and will again in the future; I still have hope. 2 Chronicles 7:14 says, “And My people who are called by My name will humble themselves and pray and seek My face and turn from their wicke...
  • Extension Corner

    Recharging our 4-H batteries As October draws near, 4-H members are focusing on completing one year and beginning a new one. This is a busy month for members, parents and club leaders alike. National 4-H Week is Oct. 1-7 and celebration preparations are...
  • The Senior Snippet

    Residents have the right to vote. Every year the National Consumer Voice for Quality Long-Term Care honors residents living in a long-term care facility by designating a month (October) as Residents’ Rights Month. This year the theme is: “My Voice, M...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoOct. 4, 2007 John Ayoub has been offered a contract for the CEO position at Melissa Memorial Hospital after serving as interim administrator since March 1. Phillips County Commissioners voice concern that time is running out to raise funds...
  • On the road again

    “I’m here to win souls for God and live a slower-paced life.” Randy Boehmer hit the road four and a half years ago with a couple covered wagons and his five mules: Frank, Jesse, Dick, Jack and Butch. Now, 20 states and dozens of newspaper interview...
  • On the road again

    “I’m here to win souls for God and live a slower-paced life.” Randy Boehmer hit the road four and a half years ago with a couple covered wagons and his five mules: Frank, Jesse, Dick, Jack and Butch. Now, 20 states and dozens of newspaper interview...
  • MMH hires family nurse practitioner

    A new family nurse practitioner was hired by MMH and was scheduled to begin orientation Monday, Oct. 1, according to MMH administrator John Ayoub. Ayoub informed East Phillips County Hospital Board members of the hire during their regular meeting Tuesday...
  • MMH hires family nurse practitioner

    A new family nurse practitioner was hired by MMH and was scheduled to begin orientation Monday, Oct. 1, according to MMH administrator John Ayoub. Ayoub informed East Phillips County Hospital Board members of the hire during their regular meeting Tuesday...
  • Meet the commissioner candidates

    Phillips County will elect two county commissioners Tuesday, Nov. 6. Republican candidate Harlan Stern of Holyoke is running unopposed for the District 2 seat while Republican Don Lock and unaffiliated candidate Carl Wirth, both of Haxtun, vie for the Di...
  • Meet the commissioner candidates

    Phillips County will elect two county commissioners Tuesday, Nov. 6. Republican candidate Harlan Stern of Holyoke is running unopposed for the District 2 seat while Republican Don Lock and unaffiliated candidate Carl Wirth, both of Haxtun, vie for the Di...