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  • Centennial Ag recognized for national environmental respect

    Centennial Ag Supply Co.’s Yuma location has been named the 2014 National Environmental Respect Award winner. This recognition follows the company’s 2013 win for their Kersey location, making Centennial Ag Supply the first company in the nation to rec...
  • Support available

    U.S. Agriculture Deputy Secretary Krysta Harden has announced the implementation of new Farm Bill measures and other policy changes to improve the financial security of new and beginning farmers and ranchers. Harden also unveiled www.USDA.gov/newfarmers,...
  • Protect from flu: vaccinate early

    During the 2013-14 flu season, there were 1,759 hospitalizations in Colorado caused by the flu. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment advises people to get a vaccine as soon as possible to protect themselves from seasonal influenza. The...
  • It's the Pitts

    No one died today He is an Indian doctor—Indian as in the country, not as in Cherokee, Crow or Choctaw. Although he’d much prefer that you call him an “American doctor” because he was born in this country and has never owed his allegiance to any...
  • Extension Corner

    Earth-Kind® roses Texas AgriLife Extension Service designates select rose cultivars as Earth-Kind® roses through the Earth-Kind® landscape program. Any rose cultivar that gains this designated title has been through eight years of research and field t...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoSept. 24, 2009 Albert Bahler of Holyoke, the oldest man in Phillips County, celebrated his 100th birthday on Sept. 18. Colorado Rural Health Center is providing portable water purification systems to 73 acute care hospitals throughout rura...
  • Governor visits Holyoke

    Brittany Daniel, pictured at left, has Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper’s full attention during his stop at Storybrooke, Ink Friday afternoon, Sept. 19. Also pictured is Brianna Farnes, who told the governor about Enchanted Moments Art & Photography,...
  • Governor visits Holyoke

    Brittany Daniel, pictured at left, has Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper’s full attention during his stop at Storybrooke, Ink Friday afternoon, Sept. 19. Also pictured is Brianna Farnes, who told the governor about Enchanted Moments Art & Photography,...
  • Young farmers give perspectives on returning to Holyoke to farm

    Sayings such as “Farming is in my blood” and “It’s just what we do” are commonplace in an area like Holyoke. They are certainly true for many, and they have reared a perspective that often binds younger generations to the land they were raised o...
  • Young farmers give perspectives on returning to Holyoke to farm

    Sayings such as “Farming is in my blood” and “It’s just what we do” are commonplace in an area like Holyoke. They are certainly true for many, and they have reared a perspective that often binds younger generations to the land they were raised o...
  • School policies on table for revision

    Annual policy review for revisions proposed by Colorado Association of School Boards is on the Holyoke School District board agenda for the next few meetings. Five policies merit board discussion, noted Superintendent Bret Miles at the Sept. 16 board mee...
  • School policies on table for revision

    Annual policy review for revisions proposed by Colorado Association of School Boards is on the Holyoke School District board agenda for the next few meetings. Five policies merit board discussion, noted Superintendent Bret Miles at the Sept. 16 board mee...
  • Officer in line to hire

    Holyoke citizens will soon be seeing a new face around town in a police uniform, as the Holyoke Police Department once again held the key discussion point at the Sept. 16 City Council meeting. After recent resignations from two police officers, the depar...
  • Officer in line to hire

    Holyoke citizens will soon be seeing a new face around town in a police uniform, as the Holyoke Police Department once again held the key discussion point at the Sept. 16 City Council meeting. After recent resignations from two police officers, the depar...
  • Re-1J board calls special meeting

    Following through on the appointment of a term-limited school board member to fill a board vacancy, Holyoke School District Board of Education called a special meeting for Wednesday, Sept. 24, at 7 p.m. in the board room at HJHS Room No. 218. The issue o...
  • Re-1J board calls special meeting

    Following through on the appointment of a term-limited school board member to fill a board vacancy, Holyoke School District Board of Education called a special meeting for Wednesday, Sept. 24, at 7 p.m. in the board room at HJHS Room No. 218. The issue o...
  • Around Town

    Extension celebrates 100 A special section inserted in this week’s Enterprise celebrates the 100th anniversary of the nation’s Cooperative Extension Service. Seven newspapers, including the Enterprise, collaborated on the project, which includes feat...
  • Equally Delinquent quartet to perform anthem at stock show

    Always offering top-notch performances anywhere they are slated, the local vocal group Equally Delinquent has once again won the honor of performing on a grand stage. The barbershop quartet has been selected to sing the national anthem at the National We...
  • Phillips Co. youth shatter myths

    Over the past decade, through the active involvement of community leaders and educators, surveys have been completed by the Center for Rural Entrepreneurship with more than 30,000 middle school to high school youth across rural America and in Australia an...
  • Tight game leaves Dragons short against University

    Facing another large 2A team, the HHS football team fought tough on its home turf against the University Bulldogs Friday, Sept. 12. The Dragons stuck with the Bulldogs throughout the game, but ended up falling short with a final score of 7-16. Holyoke pu...