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  • Couples honored for 50-plus married years

    Zion Lutheran Church recently honored couples married 50 years and longer. Those recognized are pictured from left, front row, Milton and Leona Oltjenbruns and Elsie and Leo Fisbeck; second row, Carroll and Irene Bussell, Bryce and Louise Worley, Phyllis ...
  • Rodriguez photo featured in calendar

    Nathan Rodriguez’s prickly pear cactus photo is featured on the December page of the 2013 Frenchman Valley Co-op calendar. Rodriguez earned the honor by placing second in the junior division of the cooperative’s photo contest. The 12-year-old took a ...
  • U.S. Fish and Wildlife to consider status for lesser prairie-chicken

    Based on scientific evidence that the lesser prairie-chicken and its habitat are in decline, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced recently it is initiating a process to consider whether the species should be recognized as a threatened species unde...
  • Highline Electric approves capital credit refunds

    Mark Farnsworth, general manager of Highline Electric Association in Holyoke, has announced the Highline board of directors approved a capital credits refund of approximately $2,100,000 to the membership. In addition, Highline retired capital credits of ...
  • FSA announces loans

    USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) state executive director Trudy Kareus announced that funds are now available for Guaranteed Conservation Loans. Conservation loans allow farmers and ranchers to implement conservation practices on their land that will help p...
  • More thoughts offered on dogs

    I have read with interest the articles on dogs. I really don’t think the breed matters. My son had a Rottweiler that the kids crawled all over and used as a nap pillow. My neighbors have Chihuahuas that have crawled under my fence. The first time they...
  • Owner closes chapter on dog shooting incident

    Close your eyes and envision a vicious dog attack on another dog. What do you see? I see the gashing of teeth, torn flesh hanging, blood all over the dogs from the wounds inflicted on each other. There was none of that the day our dog supposedly attacked...
  • Extension Corner

    The common cold: To supplement or not to supplement, you be the judge It seems like the last few months I have been hit with some sort of ailment that puts me “under the weather” for at least a week. Being that I have a small child at home, I just at...
  • It's the Pitts

    Half-made men Men, I don’t know about you, but I’m getting sick and tired of reading articles, usually written by women, about so-called men who have become lacto-ovo vegetarians, who are having spa treatments and pedicures, and who aren’t embarras...
  • Peekin' into the past

    Five Years AgoDec. 6, 2007 Elisa Sagehorn, a senior at HHS, is among four other individuals and two projects that will receive a Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Humanitarian Award Thursday, Jan. 17. Denise Swanson, manager for the Haxtun Conservation Distric...
  • Large crowd turns out for Country Christmas

    The weather couldn’t have been any better. There was a slight nip in the air, but compared to a year ago, Monday night’s Dec. 3 Country Christmas and Parade of Lights was paradise. High winds earlier in the day calmed not long before activities downt...
  • Large crowd turns out for Country Christmas

    The weather couldn’t have been any better. There was a slight nip in the air, but compared to a year ago, Monday night’s Dec. 3 Country Christmas and Parade of Lights was paradise. High winds earlier in the day calmed not long before activities downt...
  • Coyman joins medical staff

    Dr. Patricia Coyman remembers talking with her father years ago about being a small-town doctor—one where she joked about getting paid in chickens and pie. That dream has become a reality as she has joined the medical staff at Melissa Memorial Hospital...
  • Coyman joins medical staff

    Dr. Patricia Coyman remembers talking with her father years ago about being a small-town doctor—one where she joked about getting paid in chickens and pie. That dream has become a reality as she has joined the medical staff at Melissa Memorial Hospital...
  • Paoli Post Office closes the doors

    “I really feel badly that I let my people down, but I feel like I served them well for 46 years,” former Paoli Postmaster Marilyn Miller said Monday morning, Dec. 3. Miller closed the Paoli Post Office, which was located on the west side of her home,...
  • Paoli Post Office closes the doors

    “I really feel badly that I let my people down, but I feel like I served them well for 46 years,” former Paoli Postmaster Marilyn Miller said Monday morning, Dec. 3. Miller closed the Paoli Post Office, which was located on the west side of her home,...
  • Around Town

    Lighting contest to be judged Dec. 10-13 The City of Holyoke and Holyoke Enterprise are sponsoring the community’s 21st annual holiday lighting contest, which will be judged Dec. 10-13. To be included for judging, residents should simply have their li...
  • Holyoke Enterprise Community Calendar

    Holyoke Enterprise December 6, 2012...
  • Height and speed an advantage for 2012-13 girls' basketball team

    Twenty-four HHS student athletes have hit the gym hard this month and are looking forward to a very competitive year on the girls’ basketball court. “Our team has a good mixture of height and speed,” said head coach Arlan Scholl. “Playing in a le...
  • HHS boys eager to hit the court

    HHS boys’ basketball head coach Scott Dille is excited for the upcoming basketball season. Having lost a solid group of seniors to graduation, the coach is confident the younger players on the team are ready to step up and pick up from where they left o...