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  • It's the Pitts

    BOO! (Best of) Sometime in the not-so-distant future ... “Daddy, is there really such a thing as Halloween?” “There used to be, son. Sit up here on my lap and I’ll tell you the real meaning of Halloween. A long, long time ago, before you were e...
  • Texting and driving is an epidemic

    Of the many dangers on the road, text messaging while driving is one that is entirely preventable. Putting down the phone when driving can prevent thousands of injuries and even death. According to Students Against Destructive Decisions and Liberty Mutua...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoOct. 25, 2007 HHS teachers Dr. David Kagima and Tracy Trumper are sponsoring the Safari-Science Club as a way to expose students and community members to natural resource management on a local and global scale. 2007 HHS graduate Jes-c Bran...
  • Wind fuels large range fire north of Paoli

    No structures were harmed as a large fire six miles north of Paoli broke out Thursday morning, Oct. 18. At 10:05 a.m. the sirens sounded in Holyoke, summoning Holyoke Volunteer Fire Department to the mutual-aid fire. Shortly after, smoke filled the noses...
  • Wind fuels large range fire north of Paoli

    No structures were harmed as a large fire six miles north of Paoli broke out Thursday morning, Oct. 18. At 10:05 a.m. the sirens sounded in Holyoke, summoning Holyoke Volunteer Fire Department to the mutual-aid fire. Shortly after, smoke filled the noses...
  • Public raises questions over police tasers

    Holyoke City Council welcomed a group of five citizens during its regular meeting Tuesday, Oct. 16. Dorothy Ortner was joined by four others who had some questions and concerns for the council, as well as for Police Chief Doug Bergstrom, regarding the re...
  • Public raises questions over police tasers

    Holyoke City Council welcomed a group of five citizens during its regular meeting Tuesday, Oct. 16. Dorothy Ortner was joined by four others who had some questions and concerns for the council, as well as for Police Chief Doug Bergstrom, regarding the re...
  • Holyoke spooks up Halloween activities

    Beware of ghosts, goblins and all things scary in the next week as Halloween activities have sneaked up once again. All students K-6 are invited to participate in a pumpkin decorating/carving contest, sponsored by Jolly Dozen FCE Club. Entries may be dro...
  • Holyoke spooks up Halloween activities

    Beware of ghosts, goblins and all things scary in the next week as Halloween activities have sneaked up once again. All students K-6 are invited to participate in a pumpkin decorating/carving contest, sponsored by Jolly Dozen FCE Club. Entries may be dro...
  • Around Town

    Marching Band Showcase Thurs. Holyoke High School marching band will hold its 2012 Marching Band Showcase Thursday, Oct. 25 at 7 p.m. in the HHS auditorium. For questions, contact Miko Martinez at 854-2284, ext. 271.   Holly Daze Sat. Holly Daze,...
  • Holyoke Enterprise Community Calendar

    Holyoke Enterprise October 25, 2012...
  • Family Ed celebrates 20 years with open house

    Celebrating their humble beginning in 1992, Phillips County Family Education Services is hosting an open house for their 20th birthday. All community members are invited to stop by the Phillips County Event Center Biesemeier Room Thursday, Oct. 25 at 7 p....
  • Scary Colorado events remind parents to talk to kids about safety

    Recent events in Colorado have put parents on guard about child safety issues. 10-year-old Jessica Ridgeway was abducted Oct. 5 on her way to school from her home in Westminster, and two other incidences in Merino and Haxtun have been reported in the las...
  • Police dept. steps out of car and into classrooms

    “Can I see your gun?” Holyoke Police officer Larry Drake said this is a common question he has received from the young minds at Holyoke Elementary School. Drake has spent the last four weeks reading books to classes at the elementary school. As he ...
  • Wacky weather is the theme for October so far

    Halfway through the month of October and Holyoke has experienced some odd weather, to put it best. Friday, Oct. 5, residents woke to a light snow falling. The snow continued until late morning before it tapered off, making for a chilly homecoming footbal...
  • Dr. Stucky to speak in Wray

    During the summer of 2011 and early spring of 2012, Denver Museum of Nature and Science excavated a site in Phillips County. The Museum team lead by Dr. Richard Stucky, the DMNS curator of paleocology and evolution, recovered a nearly complete vertebral c...
  • I'm Just Cookin'

    Guilt FreeOne of the best parts about baking is getting a sneak peak of the tasty treat. We would all be lying if we didn’t admit to stealing a warm, gooey cookie off the cookie sheet or a lick of the frosting for the cake. And I’ll admit I’d be ly...
  • Bridge east of Wray to be replaced, detour planned

    The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) is moving forward on the bridge replacement project on US 34 east of Wray near mile marker (MM) 254. The former timber bridge over the North Fork of the Republican River is both functionally obsolete and s...
  • College student news

    Amy Krogmeier, daughter of Ernie and Stephanie Krogmeier, is attending Benedictine College in Atchison, Kan. Her major is undecided at this point, and she is involved with Ravens Respect Life and Hunger Coalition.Holyoke Enterprise October 18, 2012...
  • Volleyball Pink Out raises over $1,000

    More than $1,000 was netted by the Holyoke High School volleyball team in its Pink Out promotion Oct. 13 during National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This year’s funds will be given to Melissa Memorial Hospital Foundation to encourage women who can...