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  • Construction progresses for school-start deadline

    Construction progress in Holyoke School District Re-1J has moved steadily in the 81-day window from May 28-Aug. 18. Supt. Bret Miles reported at the Aug. 7 School Board meeting, noting most of the project will be complete this week. While there have been...
  • EAGLE-Net reps address City Council

    Holyoke City Council listened to representatives from EAGLE-Net during their Tuesday, Aug. 7 regular meeting. Dale Briggs, vice president of operations for EAGLE-Net, spoke on behalf of the company, which is looking to get permission to build their fiber...
  • EAGLE-Net reps address City Council

    Holyoke City Council listened to representatives from EAGLE-Net during their Tuesday, Aug. 7 regular meeting. Dale Briggs, vice president of operations for EAGLE-Net, spoke on behalf of the company, which is looking to get permission to build their fiber...
  • Boerners thankful for community support

    It’s been three years since Lindsay (Bieber) Boerner found out she had a cancerous brain tumor, and this Phillips County family is thankful to be living life one day at a time. “You think about it every day,” said Lindsay. “It’s just good to p...
  • Boerners thankful for community support

    It’s been three years since Lindsay (Bieber) Boerner found out she had a cancerous brain tumor, and this Phillips County family is thankful to be living life one day at a time. “You think about it every day,” said Lindsay. “It’s just good to p...
  • Phillips County Players take the stage with ‘Mousetrap’

    Suspense is building as Phillips County Players prepare to hit the stage this weekend with a good old-fashioned murder mystery called “Mousetrap.” Co-directed by Eric Conklin and Penny Dockins, the play is set for Friday, Aug. 10 at 8 p.m., Saturday,...
  • I'm Just Cookin'

    Summer creations so good you’ll beg for s’more! Chocolate. Marshmallows. Graham crackers. Yes, my friends, that is the sweet taste of summer. Summer wouldn’t be summer without the smell of a campfire and the ooey gooey stickiness of a s’more in ...
  • High temps mean high utility bills during hot, dry summer

    If City of Holyoke residents were surprised by their utility bill for the month of July, they were certainly not alone. Many people have grumbled about their utility costs, but it should have been expected due to the hot, dry weather Holyoke has been exp...
  • Workshop offered to look into health and wealth

    Small Steps to Health and Wealth Colorado is a new program offered by Colorado State University Extension and sponsored by Haxtun Hospital District that addresses how financial problems can affect health and how poor health can affect finances. The three...
  • Quilters invited to ‘Tales of First Ladies’ presentation

    On Friday, Aug. 24, High Plains Heritage Quilters are sponsoring a special presentation by Pat Knoechel, who will demonstrate Quilt-In-A-Day’s newest book, “Tales of the First Ladies,” at Immanuel Lutheran Church, 200 N. Colorado in Haxtun, from 6-8...
  • Autumn art workshop to be held Sept. 15-23

    For the 45th consecutive year, artists will once again be given the opportunity to be inspired and hone their skills at the annual Autumn Art Workshop to be held in the Nebraska National Forest at Halsey, Neb. Sept. 15-23. There will be two sessions. The...
  • Smith-Daniels reunion held Aug. 4

    The Smith-Daniels family reunion was held Saturday, Aug. 4 at the Lions Den in Holyoke with an attendance of 43 people. Those who traveled for the reunion include: Bob and Sharon Smith of Sterling; Melody McClure and Blake Peterson of Denver; Ted and Di...
  • Pipeline dedication scheduled for Aug. 16

    The Republican River Water Conservation District will be hosting the public dedication ceremony of the Compact Compliance Pipeline on Thursday, Aug. 16 beginning at 7 p.m. The location of the ceremony will be at the outfall structure near County Road SS e...
  • FSA announces loan availability

    Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper requested a disaster designation on June 27 for all eligible or qualifying Colorado counties due to drought and related disasters that have occurred in 2012. USDA has determined that there were sufficient production lo...
  • Notice issued to well owners

    The State of Colorado is required to take any and all actions necessary to meet its obligations pursuant to the Republican River Compact. This effort requires assurance that all wells within the Northern High Plains be operated within the confines of thei...
  • Green and Growing

    Grazing standing corn eliminates the costs of harvesting, transporting, drying and storing grain. Expenses for cutting stalks for hay or chopping silage also are avoided. Plus, letting cattle do the harvest eliminates yardage expenses, manure hauling and ...
  • Early weaning can help hungry beef cows

    As our 2012 drought continues, cattle producers are beginning to be concerned about forage supplies and what potential supplements exist in the area. Many locations are running out of grass to graze, and the options are lease pasture, sell cows, ship cow...
  • Business Brief

    Connie Ferguson is now taking appointments at Ardie’s Beauty Barr in Holyoke.   If you have information for Business Briefs, call the Enterprise at 854-2811.Holyoke Enterprise Aug. 9, 2012...
  • Get the family organized for back-to-school time

    Back-to-school season is the ideal time for families to re-establish routines and get organized—both at home and on the go. But before hitting the stores for supplies, take time to plan ahead with shopping lists that meet both the children’s and famil...
  • Peekin' into the past

    Five Years AgoAug. 9, 2007 After spending a mere 10 days with his first child, Sophie, Jason Greenman had to say goodbye. He left July 20 for his second deployment to Iraq, scheduled to last 15 months. Thirteen NE Colorado students take a mission trip w...