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  • Bike and Build riders return to Holyoke, stay at new Event Center

    After a 100-mile ride from McCook, Neb., 32 Bike and Build riders made their way into Holyoke Wednesday afternoon, July 21. Phillips County Event Center served as the group’s home Wednesday night. They were very appreciative of the hospitality as 100 m...
  • Plenty of contests offered for Phillips County Fair theme

    In addition to 4-H projects, rodeos, races and concerts, the Phillips County Fair is “Keepin’ It Growing” with a variety of special themes contests. Interview judging kicked off the fair on Tuesday, July 27. Activities will continue through Sunday,...
  • Five years of hard work end with unveiling of clock tower

    FBLA member Brooke Parker takes the plastic bags off to unveil the clock tower located in the southwest corner of the parking lot at Melissa Memorial Hospital.   —Enterprise photoThe clock/time capsule has been finished and for members of the Holyok...
  • Many attend Melissa Memorial Hospital anniversary

    During the MMH anniversary celebration Hospital Board president Steve Young and administrator John Ayoub welcomed community members, speaking on the importance of the community in reaching this great landmark. Ayoub, pictured above, presents Bette Lou McC...
  • 10-year-old has big heart and love for the outdoors

    There’s no mistaking those big brown eyes and the smile that lights up 10-year-old Danny Vernon’s face when he’s out and about, either enjoying outdoor activities or interacting with his friends at school. Born with cerebral palsy, this boy certain...
  • Another Perspective

    Must a bike riding experience include a helmet? I’ve really enjoyed bike riding this summer. Some days all it amounts to is riding to work, then home for lunch and back and maybe running some errands. But I figure that’s better than nothing, especia...
  • Police Chief caution public about traffic issues in Holyoke

    Holyoke Police Chief Phil Biersdorfer has a couple issues he would like the general public to be aware of concerning traffic. The first one deals with the stop signs for north and southbound traffic at the intersection of Campbell Ave. and Emerson St. Th...
  • Many events to entertain all ages during the Fair

    Theron Roll has a good time discussing his project with Gloria Bergner during Tuesday’s interview judging. Judging was held in Phillips County Event Center and was the first event to be held in the new building as part of the 2010 Phillips County Fair....
  • Many events to entertain all ages during the Fair

    Theron Roll has a good time discussing his project with Gloria Bergner during Tuesday’s interview judging. Judging was held in Phillips County Event Center and was the first event to be held in the new building as part of the 2010 Phillips County Fair....
  • School going for mill levy override election

    Holyoke School District Re-1J will be taking a mill levy override question to the voters in November. Considerable time was devoted to discussion of a mill levy election at the July 17 board retreat. At the July 20 board meeting, detail of the decision a...
  • School going for mill levy override election

    Holyoke School District Re-1J will be taking a mill levy override question to the voters in November. Considerable time was devoted to discussion of a mill levy election at the July 17 board retreat. At the July 20 board meeting, detail of the decision a...
  • City receives only one bid for airport apron expansion project

    Only one bid was received for the apron expansion project at Holyoke Municipal Airport, and it exceeded budgeted amounts, according to City Supt. Mark Brown. Council members agreed at their Tuesday, July 20 meeting to decline the bid and move forward wit...
  • City receives only one bid for airport apron expansion project

    Only one bid was received for the apron expansion project at Holyoke Municipal Airport, and it exceeded budgeted amounts, according to City Supt. Mark Brown. Council members agreed at their Tuesday, July 20 meeting to decline the bid and move forward wit...
  • Velma 101: Biddle nears her 101st birthday, spends a day in Holyoke with friends

    Becca Brandt, at right, shows Velma Biddle her city flag from Girls State. Brandt’s Girls State City was named the Biddle Naval Base in honor of Biddle’s service in the Navy, and the girls in the city signed a decorated flag to present to Biddle herse...
  • Velma 101: Biddle nears her 101st birthday, spends a day in Holyoke with friends

    Becca Brandt, at right, shows Velma Biddle her city flag from Girls State. Brandt’s Girls State City was named the Biddle Naval Base in honor of Biddle’s service in the Navy, and the girls in the city signed a decorated flag to present to Biddle herse...
  • Jolly Dozen FCE members win awards at state convention

      FCE members Marianne Sullivan and Clara O’Connor recently received awards at the state FCE convention in Greeley. Sullivan won the Outstanding FCE Family award and O’Connor won the FCE District North Star.  —Enterprise photo Two members o...
  • Barbershop chorus to perform at county fair next Thursday

     If fair-goers suddenly hear the sounds of four part harmony, it’s probably coming from this year’s featured entertainment: Cowboy Capital Chorus. The group is set to take the stage for a free concert at the Phillips County Fair Thursday, July 29 at...
  • Championship rings received by 2010 HHS state champs

      Members of the 2010 Class 2A state basketball champion Holyoke Dragon basketball team recently received their championship rings. Looking like a professional basketball or football ring, they display the player’s name, number, school, season recor...
  • Gymkhana to be held July 25

    Those interested in participating in a gymkhana and who would like to help out a good cause are urged to travel to the Haxtun Arena Sunday, July 25. This is the third year Janna Smith has organized Riding for Hope to benefit Type 1 Diabetes. Smith, a Typ...
  • Area players earn All-Conference for Buckley team

    Area athletes playing on the junior and senior Buckley Bombers baseball teams were recently recognized for making All-Conference teams in the Panhandle Baseball Conference. Logan Krueger was named the offensive player of the year for the seniors in the f...