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  • Many sites offered for National Day of Prayer in Holyoke

    A group of churches is coming together to offer numerous National Day of Prayer locations around Holyoke Thursday, May 5. The day will begin with prayer walks for the high school at 6:30 a.m. Linda Williamson is coordinating the walk. The main prayer ev...
  • Many sites offered for National Day of Prayer in Holyoke

    A group of churches is coming together to offer numerous National Day of Prayer locations around Holyoke Thursday, May 5. The day will begin with prayer walks for the high school at 6:30 a.m. Linda Williamson is coordinating the walk. The main prayer ev...
  • Heart Award: Núñez puts heart into closing language gap

    When Verónica Núñez moved from Mexico and entered eighth grade at Holyoke Junior High in 1994, she spoke no English. Today, she is using her own experiences to make a difference in the lives of many at Holyoke JR/SR High. Her heart goes out to those ...
  • Innovator of the Year: HHS counselor pioneers new ICAP course

    “Creativity is thinking up new things. Innovation is doing new things.”   —Theodore LevittMany people think of themselves as creative. Sure, they can think up new ideas, and yes, some of them might be really good. But how good is that idea...
  • Leader Among Us: Stumpf recognizes the people who surround him

    Appreciative of the recognition, Holyoke Elementary principal Kyle Stumpf believes the people that surround him make him the leader he is. Stumpf has been selected as the winner of the Leader Among Us award for the second annual Emerald Awards. In his ne...
  • HHS seniors get feet wet in careers of interest

    Editor’s note: This is the second article in a series of three, showcasing members of the senior class at HHS and their outreach into the community through a careers class. Seniors at HHS are given an option to participate in a careers class taught by ...
  • Eureka Club celebrates 60th anniv.

    Sixty years ago 13 women organized an Extension Club known today as the Eureka Club. Members gathered Tuesday, April 5 to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the club. Four of the original 13 members are still living today. They include Marjorie Colglazier...
  • Three home runs just not enough

    Three Dragons sent balls over the fence during Holyoke’s first game against Akron Tuesday, April 5. All three were greeted at home plate by their teammates following their home runs. Brian DeBoer hit the first home run of the game in the first inning, s...
  • Dragons and Rams split

    Three home runs in the first of two games against the Akron Rams weren’t enough to lift the Dragons as they fell 9-11 in game one of the doubleheader Tuesday, April 5 in Holyoke. The Dragons bounced right back as they did a week earlier against Merino ...
  • Holyoke 1-1 against Yuma

    Holyoke Dragons fell just one point short of a sweep of the Yuma Indians Monday, April 11. Taking a 6-4 lead into the final inning, Holyoke couldn’t add any security runs and Yuma managed to squeak by with three runs to take game one of the doubleheade...
  • Summer rec registration is scheduled April 11-26

    Summer baseball and softball seasons are just around the corner. Those interested in participating in Holyoke’s summer rec program should register between April 11-26. Registration forms can be picked up at the city office or at the elementary school, ...
  • HHS golfers play in Stratton tournament

    Four HHS golfers traveled to Stratton Thursday, April 7 to compete in their second tournament of the year. Makayla Spitz was the low Dragon after carding a 56. Her effort earned her fifth place as she was just four shots behind the winner. Dominique Sla...
  • Zach Krueger earns more RMAC honors

    As reported in the April 7 issue of the Enterprise, Zach Krueger was named Rocky Mountain Athletic Association (RMAC) player of the week for his baseball efforts March 25-26. Krueger, a senior at Metro State, was also named RMAC/Rawlings player of the we...
  • Dragons compete in Tri State Invite

    Holyoke High School track team traveled to Chappell, Neb. for the Tri State Invite Friday, April 8. Holyoke’s combined score of 58 points earned the team seventh place in the 18-team field. The girls finished sixth with 32 points while the boys’ 26 p...
  • JH tracksters kick off season

    Holyoke junior high track members traveled to Burlington Thursday, April 7 to begin their track season. The seventh grade boys turned in the best finish for Holyoke teams capturing second place. Track members earning gold medals were Marques Harvey, lon...
  • Plan now to participate in Relay For Life June 10-11

    Phillips County Relay For Life will be “10 on the 10th” this year, celebrating their 10th event Friday, June 10. Relay is less than two months away, so county residents should plan now to participate in the annual American Cancer Society event. Wheth...
  • Personal property declaration schedule deadline is April 15

    Phillips County assessor Doug Kamery reminds all persons, businesses and companies that own, possess or control taxable personal property (furnishings, equipment and other movable personal property) that the deadline for filing a Personal Property Declara...
  • Congressman Gardner to speak at Energy Expo 2011

    Congressman Cory Gardner is confirmed and will be the opening speaker for Energy Expo 2011. According to Tim Edgar, Community Energy Coordinator with CSU Extension, “Congressman Gardner sits on the House Committee for Energy and Commerce. This allows hi...
  • The Marlins to offer wide variety of music

    The Marlins, four brothers who have been playing together for over 25 years, will be performing in Holyoke Tuesday, April 19 at 7:30 p.m. The concert is presented by the Phillips County Arts Council and will be held in the auditorium at HHS. Local talen...
  • Carnival a rip-roarin' success

    Holyoke Elementary School halls and classrooms were packed Friday night, April 8 with giggles, squeals and laughter coming from kids of all ages at the Partners In Education Carnival for Technology. Twenty-two booths featured games of all kinds, with ever...