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  • Coyman joins medical staff

    Dr. Patricia Coyman remembers talking with her father years ago about being a small-town doctor—one where she joked about getting paid in chickens and pie. That dream has become a reality as she has joined the medical staff at Melissa Memorial Hospital...
  • Paoli Post Office closes the doors

    “I really feel badly that I let my people down, but I feel like I served them well for 46 years,” former Paoli Postmaster Marilyn Miller said Monday morning, Dec. 3. Miller closed the Paoli Post Office, which was located on the west side of her home,...
  • Paoli Post Office closes the doors

    “I really feel badly that I let my people down, but I feel like I served them well for 46 years,” former Paoli Postmaster Marilyn Miller said Monday morning, Dec. 3. Miller closed the Paoli Post Office, which was located on the west side of her home,...
  • Around Town

    Lighting contest to be judged Dec. 10-13 The City of Holyoke and Holyoke Enterprise are sponsoring the community’s 21st annual holiday lighting contest, which will be judged Dec. 10-13. To be included for judging, residents should simply have their li...
  • Holyoke Enterprise Community Calendar

    Holyoke Enterprise December 6, 2012...
  • Height and speed an advantage for 2012-13 girls' basketball team

    Twenty-four HHS student athletes have hit the gym hard this month and are looking forward to a very competitive year on the girls’ basketball court. “Our team has a good mixture of height and speed,” said head coach Arlan Scholl. “Playing in a le...
  • HHS boys eager to hit the court

    HHS boys’ basketball head coach Scott Dille is excited for the upcoming basketball season. Having lost a solid group of seniors to graduation, the coach is confident the younger players on the team are ready to step up and pick up from where they left o...
  • HS Swim Team revived for 2012-13

    After a year’s reprieve from girls’ swimming as an option for Holyoke High School, a team has been revived for 2012-13. Led by volunteer coach Luke Thomas, the team includes 12 swimmers­—nine from Holyoke, two from Haxtun and one from Julesburg. ...
  • Wrestlers number 25-strong

    Led by six returning seniors, the HHS 2012-13 wrestling team is 25 members strong for the largest team in quite some time. The Dragon wrestling squad is four members larger than last year and close to triple the size of the nine-member 2010-11 team. Aft...
  • 8 Dragons earn All-Conf.

    Eight Holyoke Dragon football players have been recognized by the North Central Conference for their efforts on the football field during the 2012 season. Additionally, HHS senior Brett Cumming has been named Co-Player of the Year—an honor shared with ...
  • Cedaredge pulls upset for 1A title

    The Cedaredge Bruins held on to a two-point lead Saturday, Nov. 24 for an 18-16 victory over the Buena Vista Demons for the Class 1A state football championship. The game was played at Buena Vista High School. The Bruins entered the playoffs as the No. 3...
  • Youth bball tourney to be held in Wray

    Area youth will gather in Wray Saturday, Dec. 22 for the 2012 Holiday Youth Basketball Tournament. The double-elimination five-on-five tournament will be held in the gyms at Wray High School. The tournament will be held for boys and girls in third throu...
  • 60 years later, unforgettable Holyoke football season still lingers in minds

    As Cedaredge wrapped up a fantastic season Saturday, Nov. 24 with a win over Buena Vista in the Class 1A state championship game, the minds of some gentlemen with ties to Holyoke have been thinking back to memories made some 60 years ago. The 1952 Philli...
  • Students win top math honors

    Sumdog math contest winners are pictured from left, front row, Tamara Penzing, Emmanuel Vasquez, Cade Killin, Alexis Vega Llanas, Ashley Rahe, Tate Dille, Miles Sprague and Rachel Krueger; second row, Gage Sprague, Elby Kropp, Jimena Nuñez, Heather Ander...
  • Wildlife officers seek info in Akron-area poaching incident

    Colorado Parks and Wildlife is seeking information about a poaching incident in northeastern Colorado. The carcasses of four deer were found dumped in a field west of the town of Akron. The field is located about one and a half miles south of Highway 34 o...
  • Colorado part of historic water treaty with Mexico

    In a major show of cooperation between the United States and Mexico, representatives from the Colorado River Basin states, the United States government and the government of Mexico signed a historic agreement that furthers the commitments of both countrie...
  • Baby Bear Hugs to participate in Colorado Gives Day Dec. 4

    Baby Bear Hugs announces its participation in Colorado Gives Day 2012—an initiative to increase philanthropy in Colorado through online giving to Colorado charities. Presented by Community First Foundation and First Bank Colorado, Colorado Gives Day is...
  • 'Tis the season of giving

    Packed with love, 12 shoe boxes are now on their journey around the world to bless underprivileged kids during Christmas this year. Saturday, Nov. 17, a group of moms and kids got together at First Christian Church to prepare the boxes for Operation Chris...
  • School Board meets Dec. 4

    Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education will meet Tuesday, Dec. 4 at 7 p.m. in HJHS Room #218. Items on the superintendent’s report are 2011-12 audit, CASB convention, final budget discussion and construction report. Action items on the agend...
  • News of servicemen

    Matthew Wittman graduated from the Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego, Calif. Friday, Nov. 16, 2012. He will continue his SOI (School of Infantry) training at Camp Pendleton for 30 days and then head to Camp Lejeune, N.C. for combat engineering trai...