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  • The Laughing Mom: humorous tales of motherhood

    What did I say? When my daughter Melise first started talking, she surprised me one day by saying “uh-oh.” It was cute, of course, but my first reaction was: Where did she learn that? I don’t say that, so she must have heard it somewhere else. But...
  • Young at heart

    With the closing of an old year, and the new year just around the corner, I can’t help but think of one word: change. Change seems to be everywhere at this time. Some embrace it, while in most of us, it causes stress. One thing we know for sure, change...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoDec. 8, 2005 Joy’s Cozy Cottage, owned by Eileen Moss, opened the doors to its first guests over Thanksgiving weekend. Inklings Book Store will be featuring three area authors—Caryl Harvey of Holyoke, Patricia Bremmer of Venango, Neb. ...
  • Parade lights up downtown

    MV Equipment won first prize in the Parade of Lights with their float. There were 11 entries in the parade this year as the excitement was back after cooler temperatures and snowy conditions canceled the parade last year.  —Enterprise photoRegent Pa...
  • Country Christmas kicks off holiday season

    Unlike last year, Santa and Mrs. Claus found their way to a little warmer Holyoke holiday celebration Monday, Dec. 6. Holyoke received a light snow Saturday night, Dec. 4 but most of it had melted by the time people hit the streets Monday night for the C...
  • Country Christmas kicks off holiday season

    Unlike last year, Santa and Mrs. Claus found their way to a little warmer Holyoke holiday celebration Monday, Dec. 6. Holyoke received a light snow Saturday night, Dec. 4 but most of it had melted by the time people hit the streets Monday night for the C...
  • Buon Natale: Holiday cooking made interesting with Italian traditions

    Most local families will enjoy something like ham or turkey with all the fixings at their special Christmas meal this holiday season. Elvira Krogmeier, on the other hand, has a much different idea! Krogmeier, a full-blooded Italian, has grown up with tra...
  • Buon Natale: Holiday cooking made interesting with Italian traditions

    Most local families will enjoy something like ham or turkey with all the fixings at their special Christmas meal this holiday season. Elvira Krogmeier, on the other hand, has a much different idea! Krogmeier, a full-blooded Italian, has grown up with tra...
  • '12 Days of Christmas' is Dec. 6 holiday event theme

    “The 12 Days of Christmas” serves as the theme for the Chamber of Commerce’s 2010 Country Christmas celebration in Holyoke this year. The celebration will be held Monday, Dec. 6 in downtown Holyoke with many fun events planned. Hopes for everyone...
  • Hospital approves 2011 budget

    East Phillips County Hospital District (EPCHD) board members approved the 2011 proposed budget during their meeting Tuesday, Nov. 23. EPCHD board members held a special meeting Monday, Nov. 22 to discuss the budget. Department managers throughout the h...
  • Homesteaders playground plans receive $5,000 Daniels Fund grant

    Phillips County Commissioners announced at their Nov. 23 meeting they have received a $5,000 Daniels Fund grant to support the Homesteaders Park playground improvement project. The county and the playground committee have been working on a project to ...
  • Fact or Fiction? Turkey Talk On Special Here Saturday October 29

    These stories from local history are sometimes so extraordinary it’s hard to believe they actually happened. Check out ‘fact or fiction’ stories: they’re actual Enterprise news clips reprinted from the past. Turkey kings and queens, regal speci...
  • Master Chorale to perform Dec. 12

    A Renaissance Christmas featuring the number “Here We Go A-Caroling” will open the “Nineteenth Noel,” a Christmas concert. The Master Chorale, under the direction of Don Johnson, will perform Sunday, Dec. 12, at 4 p.m., at the Dorothy Corsberg Th...
  • Medicines in development for Alzheimer's

    As the champagne corks are popping this New Year’s Eve, the first American Baby Boomers will turn age 65. Members of the demographic bulge that transformed American politics and culture are expected to usher in yet another momentous change—a huge incr...
  • Help slow the spread of sickness

    It’s cold and flu season again, so it’s time for a refresher course on what one can do to keep their family healthy. Most people know colds are less severe than influenza, but they’re often unsure about specific symptoms. For example, the flu is of...
  • Fact or Fiction? Bank robbers caught in hills near Holyoke

    These stories from local history are sometimes so extraordinary it’s hard to believe they actually happened. Check out ‘fact or fiction’ stories: they’re actual Enterprise news clips reprinted from the past.  The third and final suspect in...
  • Avoid food poisoning by properly handling and cooking food

    State health officials recently reminded Coloradans about the importance of properly handling and preparing foods to avoid getting sick from food this holiday season. Therese Pilonetti, program manager for the Colorado Department of Public Health and Env...
  • Ideas offered to survive grief during the holidays

    Once again, the cooler weather and falling autumn leaves remind us the holidays are fast approaching. Scenes of families gathered for Thanksgiving dinner and children eagerly rushing to the Christmas tree to open gifts fill our thoughts. But for those exp...
  • Fact or Fiction? One man near death as result of fight

    These stories from local history are sometimes so extraordinary it’s hard to believe they actually happened. Check out ‘fact or fiction’ stories: they’re actual Enterprise news clips reprinted from the past.  A free-for-all fight, which re...
  • Imperial's 2011 SCORE science camp will follow 'Days of Discovery' theme

    Science Camps Offer Rewarding Experiences, better known as SCORE in this area, is returning for its 14th year in June, 2011. Camp Director Marla Smith of Imperial, Neb. said one of the major changes includes camper attendance for three days instead of fi...