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  • HEA encouraged to spread 'affordable electricity' message

        Affordable electricity was the clear message of the 71st annual meeting of Highline Electric Association (HEA) Monday evening, April 6 in the Holyoke HS auditorium.    Members were encouraged to contact legislators, not about where they stand on...
  • Holyoke High School musical cast amazes audience with 'My Fair Lady'

      By George, they’ve done it! Once again the HHS drama department dazzled the stage in an impressive production of My Fair Lady. Audiences witnessed everything from cheering at horse races and waltzing at a ball to endless speech lessons and even a mo...
  • Supt. qualifications identified

        Qualifications for the Holyoke School District Superintendent search were identified by school board, staff and community in March 17-18 meetings with Colorado Association of School Boards representative Bob Cito.    CASB posted the superintende...
  • Grandma's New to You now open at Deavers

        Grandma’s “New to You” has captured the front portion of Deaver Hardware’s north side at 110 S. Interocean Ave. in Holyoke.    Attractive displays of antiques and collectibles are now in place in the new store section, where housewares u...
  • Assembly of God church welcomes new pastor

     Having arrived in Holyoke only a couple weeks ago, Max and Karen Hines have found it easy to adjust to the new community and church. As the Assembly of God’s new pastor, Max notes, “The people, not just the congregation, they’ve all been very fri...
  • Live kidney donor sought

        An article published in the Holyoke Enterprise in February titled “Increase in organ donors,” caught my attention. This article talked about the increase of lives saved through the Donor Alliance program. The people who donated their organs/tis...
  • Another Perspective

    Cough etiquette requires new learning curve for adults    Aaaaahhhhchooo!! Sneezing and coughing aren’t uncommon gestures these days. I’ve done my share as I caught one of those doozer of a colds when I was trying to function on too little sleep. ...
  • Health is not a condition of matter, but of mind

    Exercise your right… to exercise.      When was the last time you felt great? Think about this for a moment. When you felt like you were on top of your game, when you felt quick mentally and strong physically, when you were in such a good mood it ri...
  • It's the Pitts

    How To Be Cheap    Now that we’re officially in a recession economists say we all have to live more cheaply. It just so happens that being cheap is something I’m very good at.     When you don’t have any money you learn how to live on less. Wh...
  • FCCLA project draws life-saving blood donors

      Proving he’s a good sport off the court as well as on, John Baumgartner is pictured at left with Jeremy Loutensock as he prepares to donate blood at the Holyoke Community Blood Drive held at the Lion’s Den Wednesday, March 25. This month’s blo...
  • Colorado transparency bills cause contention

        Among the almost 600 bills that have been introduced in the Colorado Legislature this year, a handful are so-called transparency bills to make government records from school boards to state agencies more accessible to the public.    Most are bei...
  • HEA meeting April 6

        Highline Electric Association will host its annual meeting Monday, April 6 at Holyoke High School.    The evening will begin with a complimentary meal at 5 p.m., in the old gym, followed by a business meeting at 6:30 p.m. in the auditorium.   ...
  • CDA applicator exam goes high-tech

        Colorado Department of Agriculture is proud to announce that two new online services are now available to those needing a Private Pesticide Applicator (PPA) license.PPA Exam    Those wishing to receive a PPA license may choose between a mail-in ...
  • Baseball team falls to Wiggins in March 24 doubleheader

        The visiting Holyoke Dragon baseball team faced two defeats in varsity double-header action at Wiggins on Tuesday, March 24. The losses were Holyoke’s first of the season, bringing the team record to 2-2.    Having already been postponed from ...
  • HHS Dragon winter sports athletes recognized

        Athletes in HHS cheerleading, girls’ basketball, boys’ basketball and wrestling programs, as well as Holyoke swimmers on the Sterling girls’ swim team were recognized Sunday, March 29 for their participation in the 2008-09 winter sports seaso...
  • 'Judy's Petunias' is Best of Show

        For the second straight year, local Nancy Dee of Haxtun won Best of Show honors in the Phillips County Arts Council’s recent show with her watercolor entitled “Judy’s Petunias.”    A nice display of art from area residents was entered in...
  • Final Health Fair for Caring and Sharing

      Ever since Melissa Memorial Hospital started hosting the annual Holyoke Health Fair, members of the Caring and Sharing organization have volunteered their time, preparing meals, snacks and beverages and distributing them to workers at the event. How...
  • Thrivent members honored for community service

        The Rocky Mountain Regional Financial Office of Thrivent Financial for Lutherans announced the Phillips County Chapter has earned a “Chapter of Excellence” award for its contributions to the local community in 2009. The award honors the chapter...
  • Sagehorn awarded Dordt College scholarships

        Elisa Sagehorn, daughter of Keith and Diane Sagehorn of Holyoke, has been awarded a Dordt College Presidential Scholarship and a Vermeer Foundation Agriculture Scholarship at Dordt College in Sioux Center, Iowa for the 2009-10 academic year.    ...
  • Holyoke High School musical cast amazes audience with 'My Fair Lady'

     By George, they’ve done it! Once again the HHS drama department dazzled the stage in an impressive production of My Fair Lady. Audiences witnessed everything from cheering at horse races and waltzing at a ball to endless speech lessons and even a moc...