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  • How busy is too busy?

    Balance is key when discussing the pros and cons of extracurricular activitiesThe alarm clock goes off far too early, and he’s out the door before he’s even fully awake. An hour of choir practice is already in the books before the school bell rings at...
  • Holyoke creates soccer program

    With over 115 Holyoke youth participating in soccer in Sterling and Julesburg last year, it has been deemed a very popular sport. As a result, a Holyoke Soccer Program has been created and is ready to roll for the 2015 season. Area coordinators are work...
  • Holyoke creates soccer program

    With over 115 Holyoke youth participating in soccer in Sterling and Julesburg last year, it has been deemed a very popular sport. As a result, a Holyoke Soccer Program has been created and is ready to roll for the 2015 season. Area coordinators are work...
  • Around Town

    Schedule blood draws now Blood draws prior to the Melissa Memorial Hospital health fair are set for Monday-Friday, March 2-6 and 9-13, from 6-9 a.m. at SunSet View community center. Call 970-854-2110. Scholarships are also available. Call 970-854-2241, ...
  • Brandt to swim at state

    Powering through conference finals Saturday, Feb. 7, for a personal best time, HHS junior Dani Brandt has qualified for the 4A state girls’ swimming championships in the 50-yard freestyle event. This is the first time a Holyoke girls’ team swimmer ha...
  • Library fence restoration begins

    City Superintendent Mark Brown described to the Holyoke City Council at the Tuesday, Feb. 3, meeting how the fence restoration at the Heginbotham Library has begun. Materials were recently purchased from Holyoke General Store, including new gates for the...
  • Survey to assess child care needs

    After a community dialogue meeting, a survey has been prepared to assess the needs of child care in Holyoke. Organizers are determining if a community child care center and/or additional licensed child care home providers are a necessity. Anyone who has ...
  • 2 duals heads HHS into regionals

    Dragon wrestlers traveled to Akron for dual action Tuesday, Feb. 3, and hosted Wray Thursday, Feb. 5, for the final action before the regional tournament Friday and Saturday, Feb. 13-14, at NJC in Sterling. Originally scheduled to compete in the Eaton Du...
  • Dragon boys fall to Caliche after foul trouble in overtime

    Facing a fast and focused Caliche team Friday, Feb. 6, Holyoke’s varsity basketball boys hosted the Buffs in a tight ball game that stretched into overtime. The Dragons fell with a final score of 59-64. After trailing 20-22 at halftime, Holyoke rallied...
  • HHS scores win in St. Francis

    Coming off the weekend loss to Caliche, Dragon varsity basketball boys earned a win Monday, Feb. 9, in St. Francis, Kan., beating the Indians 72-59. Holyoke grabbed the early lead and continued to build on it throughout the game, leading 40-25 at halftim...
  • Girls struggle in 3rd quarter

    Holyoke varsity girls’ basketball team fell short to Caliche on the home court Friday, Feb. 6, losing 47-60. Caliche outscored Holyoke in the first half, and the Lady Dragons were behind 22-29 at the halftime break. A big third quarter for the Buffs bo...
  • HHS Lady Dragons host Pink Out game this Friday, Feb. 13

    HHS Lady Dragon basketball’s annual Pink Out game is Friday, Feb. 13, when the girls host Chase County, Neb. The event is held to draw attention to the fight against breast cancer. “We will be wearing our pink uniforms and recognizing the fight,” s...
  • Strong defense leads Lady Dragons to big win in Kan.

    Lady Dragon varsity basketball girls earned a sizable win in St. Francis, Kan., Monday, Feb. 9. Holyoke defeated the Indians 43-23. Dominating the first half, the Lady Dragons comfortably entered halftime up 34-7. Second-half action was more calm, but th...
  • Thompson repeats as free-throw winner

    Defending his title from last year, Jeremy Thompson won the fathers’ free-throw competition Friday, Feb. 6, at halftime of the HHS girls’ basketball game with Caliche.To view the full article, consider an e-Subscription to the Enterprise. Call 970-854...
  • Joggin’ for Frogmen in May

    The second annual Imperial, Neb., Joggin’ for Frogmen 5K race will be back in May. Set for 9 a.m. on Saturday, May 30, at Campbell Park, the 2015 fundraising goal is $20,000. The 2014 race raised over $10,500. Registration will include custom finisher...
  • 100-year-old leaves lasting legacy in potato industry

    Louis E. Knoflicek, age 100, died Saturday, Jan. 24. He spent his career on the cutting edge of the potato industry and leaves a lasting legacy, including his founding of Western Potatoes, which has a branch in Holyoke. After earning a Bachelor of Scienc...
  • Corn Harvest Report indicates good quality for record crop

    The overall quality of the United States’ 2014 corn crop was good, with 88 percent of samples rating at grade No. 2 or better, according to the U.S. Grains Council’s 2014-2015 Corn Harvest Quality Report. “This year’s report shows for the second ...
  • Holyoke team wins 3rd consecutive Brain Bowl

    Holyoke’s A team won first place in its category at the ninth annual Brain Bowl Saturday, Feb. 7, for the third year in a row. Eighteen students from Holyoke Elementary School participated in three teams for the Brain Bowl, hosted by the Sunrise Optimi...
  • Measles outbreak underscores importance of immunization

    There were 102 cases of measles reported in 14 states during the first two weeks of 2015, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The outbreak continues to grow. Colorado had one confirmed case reported Jan. 5. “If you or your chil...
  • Indian expert to speak Sun.

    Tom Westfall of Logan County will present “Art and Culture of the Plains Indians” Sunday, Feb. 15, at 3 p.m. in the Quincy Gallery in St. Francis, Kan., as part of the Cheyenne Center for Creativity “Speaker in the Gallery Series.” The public is ...