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  • Out with the old, in with the new

    Top news headlines of 2014 recappedJan. 2, 2014 Phillips County Players present a 1940s radio station version of “It’s a Wonderful Life.” Tips offered for computer maintenance as January is designated National Clean Up Your Computer Month. Produc...
  • Experience Colorado’s Scenic and Historic Byways in 2015

    A journey along Colorado’s Scenic and Historic Byways can combine new and old interests for a multi-day trip, or an adventure with one specific purpose in mind. Here are a few wintertime thought starters for your 2015 resolutions: —Theaters and opera...
  • Snow piles up over break

    For those dreaming of a white Christmas, their wish almost came true. According to local weather observer Dan Kafka, 2.2 inches of snow fell the day after Christmas, Dec. 26. Cold weather set in over the weekend, and Holyoke got another 2.4 inches of sno...
  • Snow piles up over break

    For those dreaming of a white Christmas, their wish almost came true. According to local weather observer Dan Kafka, 2.2 inches of snow fell the day after Christmas, Dec. 26. Cold weather set in over the weekend, and Holyoke got another 2.4 inches of sno...
  • Around Town

    Family Education begins semester Registration for second semester GED, ESL and early childhood classes at Phillips County Family Education Services is Monday, Jan. 5. Those interested can stop by any time between 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Their after-school program...
  • Adopt-a-family packages fill Zion Lutheran Church

    Christmastime is a chance to celebrate many things — the birth of Jesus Christ, special times with family and loved ones and the many other joys of this life. Though, sometimes, the holidays can be a financial struggle, and everyone can use a little hel...
  • Lighting contest is tough to judge, makes tie for 3rd

    Second-place winner in the 2014 Holyoke Decorating and Lighting Contest is pictured, 525 S. Sheridan Ave., Tom and Julie Andersen.—Enterprise photoTo view the full article, consider getting an e-Subscription to the Enterprise. Call 970-854-2811.Holyoke ...
  • Grace is defining aspect for Browns’ management service

    Striving to honor God by providing creative strategies and unique solutions for clients’ success with integrity is a strong statement. This is Grace Management Services, Inc.’s vision statement. Business operators Steve and Cherrie Brown are wrapping...
  • Sounds of the season ring out in school band concert

    From the jazz band’s “The Herald Angel Swing” to the HHS band’s “Brighter Side of Christmas,” holiday music and more rang through the rafters in the HHS auditorium at the Thursday, Dec. 18, school band concert. Decked out in black and white, ...
  • Lady Dragons sneak past Haxtun, fall to Sedg. Co.

    Holyoke High School varsity basketball girls went 1-1 on back-to-back nights, earning a close 47-44 win against county rival Haxtun Friday, Dec. 19, but falling to Sedgwick County 30-39 Saturday, Dec. 20.   Holyoke 47, Haxtun 44 Friday night, the ...
  • B-ball boys bash Bulldogs, come up short vs Sedg. Co.

    Dragon basketball boys claimed a big victory on the home court Friday, Dec. 19, beating the county rival Haxtun Bulldogs 69-42. However, the boys lost on the road the following night to Sedgwick County by a score of 51-59.   Holyoke 69, Haxtun 42 ...
  • JV boys drop 2 games before going on break

    Holyoke junior varsity boys went 0-2 over the weekend, losing to Haxtun at home 23-40 Friday, Dec. 19, and falling to Sedwick County on the road 21-35 Saturday, Dec. 20.   Holyoke JV 23, Haxtun 40 Holyoke struggled to get the score rolling Friday ...
  • JV/C b-ball girls go 2-1 in close games

    Holyoke’s junior varsity basketball girls went 1-1 over the weekend, falling to Haxtun 26-30 at home Friday, Dec. 19, and topping Sedgwick County 18-17 on the road Saturday, Dec. 20. HHS C team girls picked up a win over Haxtun on the home court, nudgi...
  • HHS swimmers dual with Skyline team

    HHS kicked off the Skyline swimming dual Tuesday, Dec. 16, with a huge win in the 200-yard medley relay. Team members included Dani Brandt, Jayden Durbin, Emily Krogmeier and Lori McWilliams. From there, the girls fought hard to maintain their season’s...
  • Dragons 2nd at Wray Invite

    Holyoke trailed Sedgwick County/Fleming by a mere 6.5 points to take runner-up honors in the Bob Smith/Wray Invitational Wrestling tournament Saturday, Dec. 20. Eric Rojo at 106 and Nick Ortner at 138 lbs. won champion honors in their weight divisions. ...
  • HHS FBLA hosts volleyball tourney

    Holyoke FBLA students organized a community volleyball tournament fundraiser Saturday, Dec. 13, with three teams participating. Winning all of their games with skill was the first-place team, Notorious D.I.G. Team members included Greg Wakeman, Jagu...
  • Skin Essentials by Michele offers services at Ron’s

    Skin Essentials by Michele has recently expanded its services to include the Holyoke area. Located at Ron’s, 145 E. Denver St., Michele Grace is offering a variety of skin care solutions on Thursdays and Fridays by appointment only. Services include fa...
  • Highline announces capital credits refund

    Mark Farnsworth, general manager of Highline Electric Association in Holyoke, has announced that the Highline board of directors approved a capital credits refund of approximately $2.4 million to the membership. In addition, Highline retired capital cred...
  • Colo. Agri-Women accept schol. apps.

    Colorado Agri-Women are currently accepting scholarship applications. One scholarship will be awarded to a Colorado high school senior girl majoring in any agriculture area who attends a vocational or tradition college program in 2015. The simple applic...
  • Manage holidays after loss

    As the holidays arrive, this can be a difficult time as grief does not suddenly disappear as traditional festive activities are held. No matter when a person is grieving for a loved one, it is never easy, but the holidays seem to deepen sorrow, lonelines...