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  • Tharp appointed to school board

    Jeff Tharp was appointed by Holyoke School District Re-1J board president Kris Camblin to fill the board vacancy created by the resignation of Kim Killin. The appointment was made at the Aug. 19 board meeting after three motions for appointing candidates...
  • School looks to refinance bonds, go for mill levy override election

    With mill levy relief of about two mills in a potential bond refinance, Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education prepares for a mill levy override question on the Nov. 4 ballot. Two representatives from the banking firm George K. Baum explained d...
  • School looks to refinance bonds, go for mill levy override election

    With mill levy relief of about two mills in a potential bond refinance, Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education prepares for a mill levy override question on the Nov. 4 ballot. Two representatives from the banking firm George K. Baum explained d...
  • Around Town

    Schafer’s 40 years celebrated In recognition of Phillips County Administrator Randy Schafer’s 40th year with Phillips County, the community is invited to an open house Friday, Aug. 29, from 2-4 p.m. at the courthouse.   Register for Family Ed ...
  • Softball season warming up

    A 12-member HHS softball team began practices Aug. 11 and will open the Dragon season at a tournament in Wray Saturday, Aug. 30. In a throwing warmup drill last week, three of the four senior leaders are pictured, from left, Taylor Goldenstein, Leigha Ter...
  • HHS volleyball girls all set for great fall season

    After their first practice Aug. 11, Lady Dragon volleyball players have hit the court hard in preparation for their fall season. From left, Megan Humphreys, Peyton Dittmer and Megan Vieselmeyer are pictured last week during a three-person setting drill. ...
  • Gridders tackle first days of football practice

    Dragon football players are gearing up for the 2014 season with over a week of practice under their belts. Bradley Cumming, pictured above, carries the ball during a practice drill Monday, Aug. 18. Players are working hard under the direction of head coac...
  • Golfers invite here Aug. 21

    Following last week’s golf tournaments in Eaton and Sterling on the first two days of school, Dragon golfers prepare for the Holyoke varsity and junior varsity invitational Thursday, Aug. 21, starting at 9 a.m. Xander Nelson again led the HHS team in b...
  • Weight room winners recognized for efforts

    Competition for the summer weight room challenge wrapped up with 24 athletes being recognized for their dedication. Made up of teams selected in May during the football team draft, athletes were rewarded points for attending each summer session. Individu...
  • JH football is 27 strong this year

    Holyoke’s junior high football team has grown in numbers this year, fielding a 27-man team for the fall season. The players will be split into two teams, with Clay Christensen leading as head coach, assisted by Brady Walter. Players will see their fir...
  • Junior high volleyball kicks off Thursday

    Eighteen junior high girls have been busy preparing for the fall volleyball season, with their first game this Thursday, Aug. 21, in Haxtun. Head coach Jordan Stone said she hopes to compete with three teams this year. She is assisted by coach Heather Mo...
  • Basketball officials needed in N.E. Colo.

    Anyone in northeast Colorado interested in becoming a basketball official for junior high and high school games will soon have the opportunity. Classes for new officials will be held at Akron High School beginning in September. The classes will be held a...
  • Koberstein gains peace of mind in reconnecting with accident victim

    At 6 a.m. Saturday, July 23, 2011, Carolyn Koberstein and Chip Scheunemann of Holyoke were the first on the scene of a terrible accident on Interstate 80, 10 miles west of Chappell, Neb. Koberstein still shudders when thinking about the state of the youn...
  • Local team wins state bowling tourney

    Holyoke’s Bank of Colorado bowling team won first place in the Colorado State Bowling Tournament in Denver this past spring. Team members are pictured from left, Steve Mort, Jay O’Gorman, Bob Thompson, Bill Riley and Todd Thompson. For their team win...
  • Healthy gluten-free diet options, challenges unwrapped

    Colorado State University Extension provides reliable, research-based information, research capabilities and resources to Coloradans from all walks of life. Extension is dedicated to serving current and future needs by providing educational information an...
  • Farmers sow artwork for international project

    Oltjenbruns collaborates with artists for Vancouver Biennale “I Have a Dream” exhibition Excitement is growing around the world among art circles as farmers and artists come together to collaborate on the “I Have a Dream” project, with one Philli...
  • Kreider joins Enterprise staff

    Isaac Kreider joins the Holyoke Enterprise staff this week as a general-assignment reporter. A welcome addition to the news staff, Kreider will cover some sports, City Council, East Phillips County Hospital District and other varied news/feature writing ...
  • Phillips Co. qualifies for drought loans

    In accordance with 7 CFR 759.5(a), Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack designated 15 Colorado counties as a primary natural disaster area due to drought. According to the U.S. Drought Monitor, the 15 counties have suffered from a drought intensity value ...
  • All-Holyoke picnic held in Northglenn

    Close to 40 enjoyed the All-Holyoke picnic at E.B. Rains Jr. Memorial Park in Northglenn Saturday, Aug. 16. Those attending at photo time are pictured from left, front row, Rick Nierman, Kathy Nierman, Shirley Glover Ahnstedt, Carmen Martin Holloway and V...
  • Autumn art workshop planned in Nebraska

    Celebrating its 47th consecutive year, the Annual Autumn Art Workshop in Halsey, Neb., will once again give artists the opportunity to be inspired and hone their skills in the Nebraska National Forest Sept. 13-21. There will be two sessions. The five-da...