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  • Scoop'n the News

    Elected official accountability at stake if recent Appeals Court ruling holdsState open meetings laws protect us by requiring public business to be handled in public. The process lends accountability to the elected officials. Or so we thought. A major b...
  • Grading pilot preview

    As administrators in a small rural district with an ongoing decline in operating funds, there are many challenges and many different aspects of our jobs that require us to make decisions that positively impact students in our buildings and often their fam...
  • It's the Pitts

    That time in life It is my conviction that people are either acquirers or they are liquidators. I happen to fall, most assuredly, in the acquiring camp. I’m not so extreme that you’ll soon be seeing me star in that hoarding show on TV, but I have be...
  • Mouse races successful for local wrestling club

    What an exciting and fun-packed 2011 Phillips County Fair we experienced last week! Many thanks and applause goes to the Fair Board for their efforts and personal touches to the events. Holyoke Wrestling Club held the 2nd Annual Mouse Races on Thursday, ...
  • Airport expansion project moves forward despite partial FAA shutdown

    City Supt. Mark Brown informed Holyoke City Council members at their Tuesday, Aug. 2 meeting that funding for the airport apron expansion project coming from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) was on hold due to current federal government issues. ...
  • Airport expansion project moves forward despite partial FAA shutdown

    City Supt. Mark Brown informed Holyoke City Council members at their Tuesday, Aug. 2 meeting that funding for the airport apron expansion project coming from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) was on hold due to current federal government issues. ...
  • Internal procedures document for grading pilot is work in progress

    Internal procedures for the Holyoke School District grading pilot program were reviewed by secondary school staff members Aug. 1. Emphasizing the internal procedures document is a work in progress, Supt. Bret Miles said after the recent review and update,...
  • Internal procedures document for grading pilot is work in progress

    Internal procedures for the Holyoke School District grading pilot program were reviewed by secondary school staff members Aug. 1. Emphasizing the internal procedures document is a work in progress, Supt. Bret Miles said after the recent review and update,...
  • Great baseball showcased throughout tournament

    Iowa’s bat boy Maddex Kennedy, 4, quickly became a crowd favorite with his happy personality. He even busted out some dance moves.   —Enterprise photoThere were plenty of great plays made throughout the six-day tournament including this ...
  • Great baseball showcased throughout tournament

    Iowa’s bat boy Maddex Kennedy, 4, quickly became a crowd favorite with his happy personality. He even busted out some dance moves.   —Enterprise photoThere were plenty of great plays made throughout the six-day tournament including this c...
  • Mice take the cheese, provide fun

    People of all ages enjoyed the second annual mouse race event Thursday night. Pictured from left are Kristin Vieselmeyer, Haley Van Overbeke and Regan Van Overbeke as they cheer during one of the races. The girls cheered for their favorite mouse during ea...
  • Hanging out in the shade

    This hawk was drawing a lot of attention Monday afternoon, Aug. 1. The Holyoke Enterprise office received numerous phone calls about the bird. The hawk didn’t seem to be injured and was relaxing in the shade in the front yard of Tom and Barbara Holtzman...
  • Booster seat violations now being enforced

    Aug. 1 marked the one-year anniversary of the expanded child passenger safety law in Colorado, which means law enforcement has started pulling over and giving $82 citations to drivers transporting children under age 8 who are not in a car seat or booster ...
  • Band camp to be held

    New Holyoke band director Shauna Close has set up a marching band camp scheduled for Aug. 8-12 at HHS. Interested students are asked to meet at the band room Monday, Aug. 8 at 5 p.m. The camp will be held from 5-8 p.m. during the week. A community perf...
  • Class of 1971 celebrates 40-year reunion

    Members of Holyoke High School Class of 1971 who enjoyed a 40-year class reunion in Holyoke this past weekend are pictured from left, front row, Harvey Colglazier of Holyoke, Nancy Lindgren Colglazier of Holyoke, Connie Prottsman Saunders of Sterling, Jan...
  • Truth be told: myths and facts about suicide outlined

    Over the next few months, I would like to raise your awareness of what we in the suicide prevention community know about suicide and why it remains the most preventable form of death. The majority of information that will be provided is from QPR (questio...
  • Holyoke Assembly of God to host concert

    Holyoke Assembly of God Church will host a concert Sunday, Aug. 14 at 7 p.m. at the church. The concert will feature Don Francisco with his wife Wendy and guest Mike Banta. The love offering concert is sure to impress as the three musicians have played ...
  • Orphan Grain Train truck takes clothing donations at brat feed

    Bob Thompson throws in a load of clothes in the Orphan Grain Train clothing donation truck at Saturday’s bratwurst feed in Holyoke. The truck was nearly full by the end of the feed as many residents generously donated to the cause. Orphan Grain Train is...
  • 'Leftover' hunting licenses available beginning Aug. 9

    Thousands of big game hunting licenses that did not sell during the license application and draw process will go on sale to the public at 9 a.m., Tuesday, Aug. 9 at wildlife offices and Colorado Parks and Wildlife license retailers statewide. In addition...
  • Farmers need to remember restrictions regarding seed

    Throughout the ages, farmers have planted seed saved from their previous wheat crop. When making wheat seed decisions, they selected the best quality seed from the highest yielding varieties. With the advent of hybrid crops like corn, farmers discovered ...