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  • Equine Herpesvirus confirmed in Colorado

    Nine cases of Equine Herpesvirus (EHV-1) have been confirmed in Colorado, reported Colorado Department of Agriculture last week. Gale Wiebers said Holyoke’s CJRA rodeo set for June 4-5 has been canceled and will not be rescheduled due to the risk of sp...
  • Equine Herpesvirus confirmed in Colorado

    Nine cases of Equine Herpesvirus (EHV-1) have been confirmed in Colorado, reported Colorado Department of Agriculture last week. Gale Wiebers said Holyoke’s CJRA rodeo set for June 4-5 has been canceled and will not be rescheduled due to the risk of sp...
  • Renquist ends 20-year career

    Susan Renquist will end a 20-year teaching career Friday when students walk out the front door of the elementary school in Holyoke. Renquist, who lives in Julesburg, said she has reached that point in life where she needs to spend some more time with her...
  • Performance, development, grading studied by school leadership team in 2010-11

    Student performance plans, professional development and a grading pilot were the three major topics covered by Holyoke School District Re-1J’s leadership team in 2010-11. Teacher Angie Powell reported on the leadership team activity at the May 17 schoo...
  • Performance, development, grading studied by school leadership team in 2010-11

    Student performance plans, professional development and a grading pilot were the three major topics covered by Holyoke School District Re-1J’s leadership team in 2010-11. Teacher Angie Powell reported on the leadership team activity at the May 17 schoo...
  • Memorial Day means more than barbecues and the start to summer

    For many, Memorial Day is a symbol of backyard barbecues, sales at the shopping mall and the official start to summer. But really, what should Americans be paying tribute to on this May holiday, besides, of course, a day off work? The origins of Memor...
  • Memorial Day means more than barbecues and the start to summer

    For many, Memorial Day is a symbol of backyard barbecues, sales at the shopping mall and the official start to summer. But really, what should Americans be paying tribute to on this May holiday, besides, of course, a day off work? The origins of Memor...
  • Facebook pages receive a big thumbs up

    770 billion. That’s how many page views Facebook receives every month. So it’s no surprise that Facebook is now the most visited site on the web. Some Enterprise readers are strong enough to admit they have a Facebook addiction, while others are sti...
  • Holyoke JH/HS choirs end year on a good note

    Holyoke junior high, high school and Select choirs celebrated the end of the school year with their annual spring concert Thursday, May 12 at HHS auditorium. Vocal students were under the direction of Marcia Dalton. Also helping out at the concert were M...
  • Bands entertain in spring concert

    Music filled the school as Holyoke band students entertained in their spring concert Tuesday, May 10 in the HHS auditorium. Under the direction of band instructor Stuart Potter, the concert featured the fifth-grade, sixth-grade, junior high, high school ...
  • Class opens opportunities for senior class members

    Editor’s note: This is the final article in a series of three, showcasing members of the senior class at HHS and their outreach into the community through a careers class. Fifty HHS seniors crossed the stage Sunday afternoon to receive their high schoo...
  • Feed My Starving Children event gets boost with grant

    Organizers for the Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) mobile event in Imperial, Neb. this summer got a big boost in their fund-raising efforts last week with a $10,000 matching grant. The Southwest Nebraska Meals for God’s Children (SNMGC) will hold a FM...
  • Grade 5-6 camp offers wide variety

    In a little over a month, over 300 students will participate in the “Days of Discovery” SCORE camps presented by the Chase County Schools Education Foundation. Parents have until Monday, June 6, final registration day, to register their children, pro...
  • Maddie Starkebaum a 2011 NJC graduate

    Madeleine Starkebaum graduated Summa Cum Laude from Northeastern Junior College in Sterling Friday, May 13, earning her associate degree in business. She is a member of Phi Theta Kappa and was also in the honors program at NJC. Starkebaum was awarded th...
  • Crist earns business administration degree

    Sharon Crist of Holyoke graduated Summa Cum Laude from Northeastern Junior College in Sterling Friday, May 13 with an associate of applied science degree in business administration. She earned the Armilda W. Dowis award which recognizes outstanding gradu...
  • Baucke graduates from the Marines

    Justin Baucke graduated from Marines Basic School for officers on Thursday, May 5 at Quantico, Va. with honors, being in the top 10 percent of 280 second lieutenants. He is the son of Dan and Jan Baucke. Future plans include attending field artillery sch...
  • B.I.G. changes coming to Holyoke

    Founded and fully funded by Ray and Teresa Robles is the latest B.I.G. thing to happen here in Holyoke for our children. B.I.G. is not your average peewee wrestling club. The name was meant to encourage children to try something new and different. B.I.G....
  • Camp Rocky is an outdoor environmental adventure

    Camp Rocky is an outdoor educational opportunity for youth ages 14 through 19 who are looking for an outdoor adventure. Camp Rocky, sponsored by the Colorado Association of Conservation Districts (CACD), the Conservation Districts of Colorado, U.S. Burea...
  • Technology in the classroom

    It is sure that technology in the classrooms is changing from old blackboards to the new ActivInspire Promethean boards, notebooks are being replaced with computers, and pencil and paper is changing to the new and exciting Glogster EDU. Fund-raisers It ...
  • Japan's disaster ties in with community member

    “We are a very strong people, and we will rebuild.” This was something that was said to Linda Jelden from a friend in Japan after the recent earthquake and tsunami that hit Honshu, Japan. The first thing that came into Jelden’s mind when she first ...