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  • Dragons face Yuma next

    A cold night on the third home game of the season for the Holyoke football team proved to be another tough match up as the Akron Rams visited Max Bernard Field. After the first half of play, the Rams led 49-0 which would end up being the final score of th...
  • Lady Dragons find victory in Sedgwick Co. but fall to Akron

    All three Dragon volleyball teams brought home wins from Sedgwick County Tuesday, Sept. 29 but fell to Akron on their home court Friday, Oct. 2. Holyoke vs. Sedgwick County “It was great to have a sweep at Ovid,” said coach Sandra Rahe. Varsity, JV ...
  • Spitz tackles state course

    Coleton Spitz participated in the state golf tournament at Cougar Canyon Golf Course in Trinidad on Oct. 5-6. He carded a 106 on the first day of the tournament. Full results will appear in the next issue of the Enterprise. Fleming results reported Gol...
  • Drum line provides halftime entertainment

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  • 'Nag Me to Click It' to get tweens buckled up

    Nearly seven out of 10 children, ages 8 to 12, killed in motor vehicle crashes in Colorado since 2004 were not wearing seat belts. That’s why Child Passenger Safety (CPS) Team Colorado is launching a new campaign with a goal of getting more of these s...
  • Public health is public wealth

    With influenza-like-illness on the rise and H1N1 vaccine on the way, I thought I’d share some of the most frequently asked questions we’re getting at your local public health agency, in the hopes that a little knowledge will go a long way. Why won’...
  • Hendrix shows passion, enthusiasm for 4-H

    With a love of horses and a surprising drive and determination for a 9-year-old, Taylor Hendrix joined six million young people across the country in pledging her head, heart, hands and health to 4-H this year. “Unspeakable” was the only way Taylor c...
  • Asthma a part of life

    Asthma affects one out of six people in eastern Colorado, according to the High Plains Research Network. Holyoke resident Mary Bohlender has lived with asthma for about 50 years. It wasn’t until she was 24 that she began to feel a tightness in her ches...
  • Commissioners plan new budget

    At the Phillips County commissioners meeting Tuesday, Sept. 29, commissioners reported planning county’s budget has kept them busy during the month of September. This year, county property was reappraised by county assessor Doug Kamery, a process that ...
  • One vehicle accident claims young life

    A one-vehicle accident took the life of an 18-year-old male Tuesday, Sept. 22. Alberto Montez-Aragon of Cope died after being ejected from a 1999 Chevrolet Tahoe. Two others, Daniella Soto, 16 of Holyoke and Ramon Nevarres, 20 were in the vehicle at the ...
  • H1N1 reported in county

    H1N1 virus has been detected in Phillips County according to hospital officials and members of the Northeast Colorado Health Department (NCHD). As of last week there had been no hospitalized cases in Phillips County. With flu season just around the corne...
  • Flu committee formed, budget issues discussed

    It was reported Melissa Memorial Hospital (MMH) has created a flu committee as a result of recent H1N1 cases in Holyoke at the East Phillips County Hospital District board meeting Tuesday, Sept. 22. Director of Nursing Claudia Powell said they are urging...
  • Ferguson re-evaluated one year after accident

    Pain, happiness, gratefulness and hope only begin to describe the emotions the Ferguson family has faced in the past year. Friday, Sept. 25 marked the one-year anniversary of 20-year-old Brittney’s auto accident. Brittney, a college student at the Univ...
  • Canadian group takes stage in Holyoke

    Phillips County Arts Council will kick off its 2009-10 season on Saturday, Oct. 3 at the Holyoke High School auditorium with “Everything Fitz.” The Fitzgerald family presents a high-energy fiddling and percussive step dancing of four of Canada’s fi...
  • Free dinner, concert to be held in Wray

    A free community concert and free dinner is coming to the Sand-hiller Restaurant, 411 West North Railroad in Wray Sunday, Oct. 4. C.C. Turner will be providing uplifting music, loads of laughs and great give-aways throughout the fun-filled, hour-long prog...
  • Drunk driving accident recalled

    On Feb. 27, 1993 I was precisely 16 years, 11 months and 4 days old; this marks a date that I will never forget. For reasons that I cannot explain, numbers seem to float around in my head, so I did the math and figured that I would be exactly twice that a...
  • Providing opportunities requires planning

    "It takes a village to raise a child” is a familiar saying, and one that carries a slightly different message depending upon the individual hearing it. To some of us it reminds us of why we want to live in a small town, so when our child is caught doin...
  • Blow to Colorado's nursing homes

    While most people are focused on the big picture question of how we should reform our health care system, not enough attention is being paid to the particulars of what is currently being proposed. I’m concerned that a huge mistake is about to be made in...
  • Natural gas is America's fuel in 21st Century

    Colorado is a leader in promoting the use of American natural gas as a transportation fuel. The Center for American Progress recently unveiled their report “Natural Gas: A Bridge Fuel for the 21st Century.” The report noted the recent discoveries of n...
  • Master Gardeners talk butterfly

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