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  • Pheasant season opens Sat.

    Ring-necked pheasant and northern bobwhite quail season begins Saturday, Nov. 13. Phillips County Pheasants Forever will host their annual banquet and auction Saturday, Nov. 13 at Phillips County Event Center. The event will begin at 5 p.m. with a social ...
  • Pheasant season opens Sat.

    Ring-necked pheasant and northern bobwhite quail season begins Saturday, Nov. 13. Phillips County Pheasants Forever will host their annual banquet and auction Saturday, Nov. 13 at Phillips County Event Center. The event will begin at 5 p.m. with a social ...
  • Lions and tigers and bears, oh my!

    Costumes were judged in 11 divisions in the Holyoke Lions Club annual contest Sunday, Oct. 31 in the HHS old gym. Everything from soldiers to machines, animals, historic characters, products and more took center stage for judging in the annual event. Pri...
  • Holyoke's super-sized gift show puts shoppers in a daze

    It was certainly a sight to be seen as endless rows of homemade crafts, delicious foods and popular gift items greeted shoppers at Jolly Dozen FCE Club’s 47th Annual Holly Daze. Nearly 90 vendors from Colorado, Nebraska, Kansas and Wyoming displayed eve...
  • Lady Dragon volleyball ends season at Districts

    Entering post-season play, a win Tuesday, Oct. 26 in the pigtail game against Yuma secured the Lady Dragons a spot in the District volleyball tournament at NJC Friday. “We played very well against Yuma in the last three games,” said coach Sandra Rahe...
  • Football season comes to close with loss to Wray

    Coming off a win over Highland a week earlier, Holyoke traveled to Wray with hopes of upsetting the Eagles’ undefeated season Friday, Oct. 29. The final game of the Dragons’ season saw Holyoke fall 0-41 to the only undefeated team left in Class 1A. ...
  • Three Dragons are softball All-Conference team picks

    Seniors Makenzie Ault and Marci Vasa, as well as junior Ashley Campbell, were recently selected for the District 4 All-Conference softball team following their 2010 season. Additionally, senior Macey Pierce was recognized as an Honorable Mention All-Conf...
  • Ault competes well in All-State game

    HHS softball standout Makenzie Ault was selected by coaches from around the state to participate in the 2010 Colorado Coaches of Girls Sports (CCGS) All-State softball game Sunday, Oct. 31. Ault played on the 3A white team and was coached by Kyle Schuyle...
  • Jr. high football finishes season

    Holyoke junior high football teams finished the 2010 season with games at Wray Tuesday, Sept. 21 and Yuma Saturday, Sept. 25. At Wray, both the seventh and eighth graders came away with victories. The seventh graders shut out the Eagles 28-0. Edgar Cruz ...
  • Four North Central teams make playoffs

    Four of the eight North Central conference teams earned spots in the Class 1A state football playoffs. Wray (9-0) earned the #1 seed, Akron (6-3) is #10, Yuma (6-3) #13 and Wiggins (4-5) #14. Playoffs begin Saturday, Nov. 6. Wray will host Rocky Ford, Y...
  • JH boys' b-ball season opens

    Holyoke junior high basketball teams opened up the 2010 season by hosting Sedgwick County Monday, Nov. 1. The A team came away with a 37-20 victory while the B team lost 17-38 with C falling 12-18. Coach Jim Yakel said he was proud with how the A team h...
  • County applies for tire grant

    Phillips County recently applied for a Waste Tire grant from the State of Colorado to help fund the Homesteaders Park playground project, reported commissioners at their Oct. 29 meeting. Plans for a universally accessible playground at Homesteaders Park ...
  • CDOT makes repairs on Interocean

    Colorado Department of Transportation employees are busy working on a concrete replacement project Thursday, Oct. 28. The project took place one block north of the stoplight at the intersection of Carnahan and Interocean.  —Enterprise photo...
  • Save the date for a Baby Bear Hugs group playdate

    Stephanie Unruh (at right) spends some time with her son Miles at the Baby Bear Hugs playgroup held each Thursday morning at the Methodist Church.  —Enterprise photoAll parents in the Holyoke area need to save the date for a playdate with Baby Bear ...
  • FCCLA attends fall conference session

    On Oct. 6, 25 FCCLA members, one guest and one advisor attended the FCCLA Fall Conference at Northeastern Junior College in Sterling. The theme of the conference was “Dream the Impossible with FCCLA.” After registration and opening session, members a...
  • Comedy in Ogallala

    A comedy program will be held Thursday, Nov. 11 in Ogallal, Neb. featuring a New York troupe, “Parallel Exit.” The show will be presented at the Ogallala High School Theatre at 7 p.m as part of the Ogallala Arts Council current series of performances...
  • Cooperatives cooperate to host appreciation breakfast for customers

    A large crowd of 269 people turned out for the Cooperative breakfast held at Phillips County Event Center Saturday, Oct. 23. Five area cooperatives came together to serve the meal to recognize National Cooperative Month. PC Telcom, Holyoke Community Feder...
  • Ballyneal Golf Club recognized for environmental excellence

    Ballyneal Golf Club has achieved designation as a “Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary” through the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program for Golf Courses, an Audubon International program. Dave Hensley, Course Superintendent, has led the effort ...
  • Wheat program to be held by Jolly Dozen

    Join Jolly Dozen for their monthly program on Tuesday, Nov. 9 at 1:30 p.m. at the Phillips County Event Center in the Ortner Room. John Stromberger, the CSU Senior Research Associate who deals with wheat breeding in the Department of Soil and Crop Scienc...
  • Two-gene wheat varieties show improved tolerance to herbicide

    Clearfield wheat technology has been available for several years. It has generally helped producers gain improved control of feral rye, downy brome, jointed goatgrass and other hard-to-control grasses, especially in continuous wheat or wheat-fallow system...