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  • Power Up Electrical takes over translators

     Board members of the Region One Translator Association were saddened by the news of the recent passing of John Rietz, owner of RTZ Systems out of Yuma. The Translator Association has contracted with Rietz and his company for many, many years to maintai...
  • West Nile virus season is here

    The recent flooding and high temperatures across northeast Colorado have produced what appears to be a bumper crop of mosquitoes, which should be a reminder that West Nile virus season is here. According to officials at the Northeast Colorado Health Depa...
  • West Nile virus season is here

    The recent flooding and high temperatures across northeast Colorado have produced what appears to be a bumper crop of mosquitoes, which should be a reminder that West Nile virus season is here. According to officials at the Northeast Colorado Health Depa...
  • Area runners invited to run in Imperial

    Area runners are invited to help Imperial, Neb. celebrate its 125th birthday this weekend, and enjoy some early morning running, as well. Early this week, 32 people were preregistered for the Saturday, July 3, 5K, mile run/walk and kids’ half-mile race...
  • Just another flippin' day in the life of a Lion

      Chris Gerk takes her turn at the grill in the Lions ballpark concession stand flipping those legendary burgers. Gerk is one of many volunteers who periodically spend a day of their lives as a ballpark burger flipper and concession stand worker. ...
  • Harshest possible penalties handed down for NRD meter violations

    Landowners who were actively bypassing irrigation water flow meters will suffer the harshest penalty possible—permanent retirement of irrigation on the affected land. In a special meeting Tuesday, June 22, members of the Upper Republican Natural Resour...
  • 4th of July races to be held Sunday

    Drivers will take to the track at Phillips County Raceway Sunday, July 4 with action scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. Races will pick up again during the Phillips County Fair July 30. Results for modified, sport mod, stock and hobby stock from Sunday, June ...
  • HSC completes regular season

    Holyoke Swim Club continued their season with the Oakley, Kan. meet Saturday, June 26. The meet marks the end of the regular season for the Northwest Kansas Swim League. Coach Adria Colver said the meet went well, with strong races from all ages. Seth Wa...
  • Holyoke Babe Ruth team is Border League runner-up

    Holyoke Gold Babe Ruth team came up one point short of winning the Border League championship Saturday, June 26. After a bye in the first round and a 12-2 victory over Wray, Holyoke narrowly lost to Oshkosh 3-4 in the final. The team took an 8-2 record i...
  • Grand Marshalls excited for fair

      Elsie and Leo Fisbeck of Paoli are serving as this year’s Phillips County Fair Grand Marshalls.  —Enterprise photo  “We were excited when they came and told us we were the Grand Marshalls,” said Elsie Fisbeck.  This year’s Phil...
  • Grand Marshalls excited for fair

      Elsie and Leo Fisbeck of Paoli are serving as this year’s Phillips County Fair Grand Marshalls.  —Enterprise photo  “We were excited when they came and told us we were the Grand Marshalls,” said Elsie Fisbeck.  This year’s Phil...
  • Misunderstood: living with paranoid schizophrenia

      Dan Goddard wears his usual dark hat and glasses as he rides his scooter around Holyoke, but there’s more to this resident than meets the eye.  —Enterprise photo It’s not unusual to see this man, clad in a dark hat and sunglasses, ridin...
  • Misunderstood: living with paranoid schizophrenia

      Dan Goddard wears his usual dark hat and glasses as he rides his scooter around Holyoke, but there’s more to this resident than meets the eye.  —Enterprise photo It’s not unusual to see this man, clad in a dark hat and sunglasses, ridin...
  • Hospital dist. audit reviewed

    Overall it was good news for members of East Phillips County Hospital District after hearing a report from Rick Steen of Eide Bailly on the 2009 audited financials. Steen reported everything looked good, but there were a couple of things he pointed out w...
  • Hospital dist. audit reviewed

    Overall it was good news for members of East Phillips County Hospital District after hearing a report from Rick Steen of Eide Bailly on the 2009 audited financials. Steen reported everything looked good, but there were a couple of things he pointed out w...
  • Fireworks, races set for Sunday

     Highlighting this year’s Independence Day festivities are stock car races and fireworks Sunday, July 4.  Don’t miss the races at the Phillips County Raceway at the fairgrounds at 6 p.m. Scheduled events are S&W Auto Supply IMCA Modifieds, Sp...
  • Fireworks, races set for Sunday

     Highlighting this year’s Independence Day festivities are stock car races and fireworks Sunday, July 4.  Don’t miss the races at the Phillips County Raceway at the fairgrounds at 6 p.m. Scheduled events are S&W Auto Supply IMCA Modifieds, Sp...
  • Brandt completes final New Way tour

    Highlighting Nicole Brandt’s summer vacation for the past four years has been touring with New Way Singers. She first auditioned for the choir as a freshman in high school, and has been accepted every year since. New Way Singers is a traveling choir co...
  • Council looks into ball park

    A work session to discuss restrooms at the ball field was held after a brief Holyoke City Council meeting Tuesday, June 15. Councilman Kevin Scott brought the issue to the attention of the council at the May 13 meeting. Instead of looking into the restr...
  • Raceway sees plenty of action over busy weekend

    Phillips County Raceway was invaded by sprint cars Friday, June 18 as the Colorado 1200 outlaws, URSS sprints and mini sprints all came to town. Two nights later, racing action picked back up with the modifieds, sport mods, hobby stock and stock cars taki...