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  • City Council approves excavation permit fee

    Holyoke City Council approved a $50 fee for excavation permits during their regular meeting Tuesday, Aug. 21. The council voted last Tuesday to set the $50 fee per segment after some discussion. Councilmen David Churchwell and Steve Moore cast dissenting...
  • City Council approves excavation permit fee

    Holyoke City Council approved a $50 fee for excavation permits during their regular meeting Tuesday, Aug. 21. The council voted last Tuesday to set the $50 fee per segment after some discussion. Councilmen David Churchwell and Steve Moore cast dissenting...
  • First-day student count remains stable in Re-1J

    Enrollment figures during the first few days of school in Holyoke School District Re-1J remained the same as the numbers recorded one year ago as the school year began. Students started classes Wednesday, Aug. 22, and additions and deletions to class lis...
  • First-day student count remains stable in Re-1J

    Enrollment figures during the first few days of school in Holyoke School District Re-1J remained the same as the numbers recorded one year ago as the school year began. Students started classes Wednesday, Aug. 22, and additions and deletions to class lis...
  • Holyoke Happenings reports success

    Holyoke Happenings was the name coined by Trisha Herman, the director of Phillips County Family Education Services, for the community guide that was developed and distributed at the schools and around the town of Holyoke this May. The idea of having one ...
  • Motocross gains traction with local racers

    “If you like stuff that goes fast, this is your sport, definitely,” said Gunnar Kroeger, a junior higher with an ornery grin and a need for extreme sports. Motocross isn’t a typical afterschool sport, but a few brave souls from Holyoke are getting ...
  • I'm Just Cookin'

    Real men don’t eat quiche Chocolate, Diet Dr. Pepper and yogurt are all stereotypical female foods, and competing for a top spot on this girly food list is our feature food today—quiche. (Guys, it’s OK if you want to stop reading now. We won’t ju...
  • Club report

    FCE Jolly Dozen Club FCE Jolly Dozen Club had their annual family potluck dinner at the Christian Church Tuesday, Aug. 14. Fourteen people attended, and everyone had a good time eating and visiting.Holyoke Enterprise Aug. 23, 2012...
  • Dragon’s Wagon Preschool to start 32nd year Sept. 4

    Dragon’s Wagon Preschool will kick off its 32nd year Tuesday, Sept. 4 at their Phillips County Event Center location. Director Marcia Walter said there are a couple of open spaces, and those interested in enrolling their child should call the preschool...
  • Brittany Daniel earns master’s in teaching

    Brittany Daniel graduated from Western Governor’s University July 14 with her Master of Arts in teaching the social sciences. She received her bachelor’s degree in history from Colorado State University in 2010. After graduating from CSU, Daniel and ...
  • School Menu

    Aug. 27-31 Elementary Breakfast Monday, Aug. 27: Breakfast burrito or cereal choice with yogurt, fruit cocktail, milk. Tuesday, Aug. 28: Ham and cheese muffin or muffin choice, pears, milk, juice. Wednesday, Aug. 29: Sausage biscuit with gravy or cere...
  • Softball opens Tuesday at home

    Playing to a home crowd, the HHS softball team will kick off its 2012 season Tuesday, Aug. 28, hosting Chase County, Neb. at 4 p.m. Six of last year’s 10-member team graduated, but senior Chandler Gerk moved into recruit mode, and several Sedgwick Coun...
  • Golfers representing Holyoke HS well

    HHS head golf coach Garrett Gordon is very pleased with the progress his golfers have made thus far this season. Monday, Aug. 20 the team traveled to Yuma where they captured first place after shooting some impressive rounds. Deyten Klein took top honor...
  • Class 1A football has different look

    Holyoke Dragon football players will see a different look this year as a revamped Class 1A football classification is put into place. The CHSAA Board of Control gave its approval for the newly-aligned leagues in January. The new enrollment parameters of...
  • JH volleyball set to begin season

    Sixteen Holyoke junior high volleyball girls have been busy preparing for their first game of the season which will take place Monday, Aug. 27 when the team travels to Yuma. Coaches for the year are head coach Kelsey Reimink and assistant Scott Dille. Bo...
  • JH football kicks off

    Holyoke Junior High football players will begin their season Monday, Aug. 27 when they host Yuma at Max Bernard Field at 4 p.m. Both A and B team games will be played. Players hit the practice field much earlier this year. They usually don’t touch the ...
  • MV Equipment Community Calendar

    Holyoke Enterprise Aug. 23, 2012...
  • Vieselmeyer represents Colorado at LEAD conference

    The 2012 Leaders Engaged in Angus Development (LEAD) Conference is one for the record books. White water rafting, a challenging high ropes course and top livestock industry speakers made the Rocky Mountain landscape an ideal setting to bring Angus juniors...
  • Peekin' into the past

    Five Years AgoAug. 23, 2007 So far, the energy boom that has hit western states such as Texas, Wyoming, Utah and western Colorado has had relatively little effect on Phillips County, but this could soon be changing. Eighteen home gardens from Amherst to...
  • Around Town

    School set to have late start every Friday A change to this year’s school schedule, Re-1J schools will have 9 a.m. late starts every Friday throughout the school year for staff meetings.   Appraisal Day at museum Sun. Community members are invi...