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  • 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...
  • 2011-12 school calendar draft now ready for board approval

    Several revisions in a second draft of the 2011-12 school calendar were identified at the April 5 school board meeting. Concerns and ideas were addressed, with the board agreeing to bring the calendar back for approval at the April 19 meeting. Based on f...
  • 2011-12 school calendar draft now ready for board approval

    Several revisions in a second draft of the 2011-12 school calendar were identified at the April 5 school board meeting. Concerns and ideas were addressed, with the board agreeing to bring the calendar back for approval at the April 19 meeting. Based on f...
  • 2011 Emerald Awards program to celebrate excellence in education

    Summer Maloney, Verónica Núñez and Kyle Stumpf will be recognized as Emerald Award winners in Holyoke School District’s second annual program. Scheduled Friday, April 15 at 7 p.m. in the HHS auditorium, the program will honor the three staff members...
  • 2011 Emerald Awards program to celebrate excellence in education

    Summer Maloney, Verónica Núñez and Kyle Stumpf will be recognized as Emerald Award winners in Holyoke School District’s second annual program. Scheduled Friday, April 15 at 7 p.m. in the HHS auditorium, the program will honor the three staff members...
  • Environmental health staff reaches out to daycares

    Health inspectors from the Northeast Colorado Health Department (NCHD) are reaching out to home daycare providers with food safety education. The project, which is funded by a grant from the Food and Drug Administration, is an outreach campaign developed ...
  • Don't overlook spots in cleaning routine

    Is the spring cleaning routine sufficient? Or is dirt suspected to be lurking in places never even put on the to-do list? If one is like most Americans, chances are they forgot some of these often overlooked spots while spring cleaning: In the kitchen ...
  • Trash truck purchased by Holyoke City Council

    Holyoke City Council members approved the purchase of a new trash truck during their Tuesday, April 5 meeting. Supt. Mark Brown has been researching options over the past few months and told council members purchasing a truck and compactor separately wou...
  • Trash truck purchased by Holyoke City Council

    Holyoke City Council members approved the purchase of a new trash truck during their Tuesday, April 5 meeting. Supt. Mark Brown has been researching options over the past few months and told council members purchasing a truck and compactor separately wou...
  • Hunters may now purchase small game licenses

    The Colorado Division of Wildlife is reminding hunters who want to take advantage of warming weather that 2011 small game licenses are now on sale. While seasons for the 40 species of small game that are hunted in Colorado run throughout the year, small ...
  • April is child abuse prevention month

    In 2011, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment and its partners will reach more families with proven strategies to help reduce and prevent child abuse statewide. Twenty programs serving populations of 22 counties, both large and small, ...
  • Colorado state legislators continue to deal with 2011-12 budget issues

    If you ever wanted to know why it’s important to have a legislator from eastern Colorado on the Joint Budget Committee, look no further than the deals made on the 2011-12 budget. Among the package of bills designed to help balance the 2011-12 budget: r...
  • Staff announced for science camps

    S.C.O.R.E. registration is continuing on the website as well as from mailed-in applications for this summer’s science camps in Imperial, Neb. Brochures have been mailed to area schools and are also available at business sponsors. Those interested may a...
  • School budget priorities examined

    Budget priorities from the school district’s budget and facilities committee will lead the Holyoke School Board into their work with budget parameters for the 2011-12 school year. Troy Mayfield reported for the budget and facilities committee at the Ap...
  • PC Telcom strategic planning goals discussed at annual meeting

    Despite a year where PC Telcom experienced an operating loss, board members and staff are excited for what the future has to offer. Members of PC Telcom met Thursday, April 7 for their annual meeting at HHS to see what progress has been made over the las...
  • FFA groups capture first at districts

    Holyoke FFA members brought home two first-place finishes from the Northeast FFA District competition Wednesday, April 6. The dairy judging team comprised of Jacinda Krueger, Logan Tharp, Kelsey Kramer, Caity Kramer, Tanner Smith and Elissa Baker took fi...
  • Rangeland meeting is Saturday, April 16

    The Savory Institute in cooperation with Burlington Conservation District (BCD), Three Rivers Alliance (TRA) and the Yuma Conservation District (YCD) are hosting a series of rangeland workshops to assist producers with rangeland and herd management. Wit...
  • 21 qualify for FCCLA nationals

    FCCLA members from HHS who attended the State Leadership Conference in Denver last week are pictured from left, front row, Becca Brandt, Briar Bergner, Catrina Krueger, Tia Huffman and Jordan Zeiler; second row, Ella Stewart, Marci Vasa, Cody Fricke, Mall...
  • Re-1J board meeting, work session Aril 19

    Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education will meet Tuesday, April 19 at 8 p.m. in Holyoke JH Room #218. A 7 p.m. work session to discuss the Education Jobs Fund Program will precede the regular meeting. In Supt. Bret Miles’ report, items will i...
  • Drumroll Please

    A different type of technology trend Last week I logged on to view the e-edition of the Enterprise and I was instantly drawn to an iPhone graphic paired with the headline “From luxury to necessity: cell phones dominate everyday life.” Boy, did that h...