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Written by Holyoke Enterprise   
Wednesday, 08 February 2012 17:20

Five Years Ago
Feb. 8, 2007

I.C.E. (In Case of Emergency) Stix, Inc., the brainchild of George Dalton, is a new confidential processing service that downloads medical records information onto a memory stick for easy access to health care professionals.

Centennial Mental Health will be offering a hallucination seminar where participants will be able to experience the sensation of hallucinations akin to the experience of people who suffer from schizophrenia, using an instrument called the Virtual Hallucination Machine.


Ten Years Ago
Feb. 7, 2002

Holyoke Community Arts Council commemorates 25 years of providing arts and entertainment for the local community with a new quarter-century logo, designed by HHS senior Cami Moore.

Dan and Tim Ortner recently won first place in the no-till/strip-till irrigated division of the 2001 National Corn Growers Association’s corn yield contest in Colorado.

Local Bear and Wolf Scouts from Cub Scout Pack 32 in Holyoke attended a day of fun activities at the Winter Klondike in Wray on Jan. 12.


Twenty-Five Years Ago
Feb. 12, 1987

Harry and Amelia Oltjenbruns celebrated their 70th anniversary Feb. 8.

Sunday, Feb. 8., Larry Higgs made his second hole-in-one with a 136-yard drive at green number three at Holyoke Golf Course.

Seven Holyoke High School students competed in the State A and AA Speech Festival held in Denver Feb. 6 and 7.


Forty Years Ago
Feb. 10, 1972

Robert Grauberger of Haxtun was elected to the Colorado Wheat Advisory Committee, representing Phillips County, on Feb. 2. Clinton Keasling of Holyoke was elected as an alternate to the 32-member committee.

Burdette Krueger was elected chief of the Amherst Fire Department at their annual meeting held Jan. 20. Keith Rodeman is the retiring chief.


Fifty Years Ago
Feb. 8, 1962

The traffic lights at Holyoke’s main intersection were turned on Tuesday afternoon and have been in operation since then.

Dr. R. Moss Clark, Holyoke veterinarian for the past 16 and a half years, announced this week that he will terminate his practice on Feb. 15 to accept a civil service appointment with the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Girls of all ages will be given an opportunity to “show off” their favorite dolls at a doll show at the Peerless Theatre Saturday, Feb. 10.



Holyoke Enterprise February 9, 2012