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  • City Council looks into safety at Lions Club Mini Park

    Holyoke City Council members hope to form a committee to conduct some research to see what can be done with safety issues at the Lions Club Mini Park located near the stoplight in Holyoke. The decision comes after discussion at their Tuesday, Dec. 6 meeti...
  • City Council looks into safety at Lions Club Mini Park

    Holyoke City Council members hope to form a committee to conduct some research to see what can be done with safety issues at the Lions Club Mini Park located near the stoplight in Holyoke. The decision comes after discussion at their Tuesday, Dec. 6 meeti...
  • 70th anniversary of Pearl Harbor attack brings out the flags

    Dec. 7, 1941 is a date most every American knows by heart. Every year on Dec. 7, flags are flown around the United States for National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day. In Holyoke, Lions Club members were out and about early last Wednesday, placing flags alon...
  • 70th anniversary of Pearl Harbor attack brings out the flags

    Dec. 7, 1941 is a date most every American knows by heart. Every year on Dec. 7, flags are flown around the United States for National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day. In Holyoke, Lions Club members were out and about early last Wednesday, placing flags alon...
  • County breaks ground for new park facilities

    Phillips County officially kicked off construction on the Homesteaders Park playground project at a groundbreaking ceremony Friday, Dec. 2. The Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) project includes a new universally accessible playground, an artificial turf fie...
  • Fun had by all on chilly Country Christmas

    CSU Extension staff Linda Langelo, at left,  and Carrie Anderson make their way through the parade Monday night. Their entry earned them the prize for originality and creativity. Helping them make their way down the street were Blaze and Harlo.  ...
  • 8 receive All-Conference football honors

    Eight Holyoke Dragon football players received All-Conference honors for the 2011 season. Those earning North Central All-Conference are seniors Reid Baumgartner and Broc Pelle, junior Brett Cumming and sophomore Logan Tharp. Honorable mention honors we...
  • Pelle selected for All-State game

    Holyoke senior Broc Pelle has been selected for the Colorado High School Coaches Association (CHSCA) All-State football game which is scheduled for next summer. Pelle was one of five players from the North Central Conference to be selected in a skill pos...
  • HHS fall sports athletes honored for achievement

    HHS athletes were recognized for their efforts during the 2011 fall sports season at the athletic awards program Tuesday, Nov. 29. Students were rewarded for their participation in football, volleyball, golf and softball. Additionally, Academic All-State...
  • Dragons breeze through first two games of season

    Two impressive performances led to two victories for the Holyoke Dragon boys’ basketball team Friday and Saturday, Dec. 2-3. Friday night, the Dragons traveled to Haxtun for round one of the Phillips County Shootout and came away with a nice 62-37 win ...
  • Lady Dragons dominate in Phillips Co. Shootout

    Holyoke Lady Dragon basketball certainly started the season off with a bang, bringing home two wins over Haxtun and Idalia last weekend. “This was a great way to start out our season,” said coach Arlan Scholl. “The girls played hard and earned two ...
  • Wrestlers open at Wizard duals

    While HHS lost its four duals in terms of team points at the Wizard Wrestling Duals in Windsor Saturday, Dec. 3, coach Jack Garrison was well-pleased with the Dragon performance. “I’ve never been so happy to be 0-4 in my life,” he said after the se...
  • HHS cancels Sat. tourney

    Due to participation of teams and level of competition, the Larry Stroh Duals Wrestling Tournament in Holyoke scheduled for this Saturday, Dec. 10, has been canceled. Several home duals will be scheduled instead, and one will be designated to the memory ...
  • Athlete of the week recognizes outstanding performances

    Two years ago, The Holyoke Enterprise began recognizing athletes of the week during sports seasons. Most weeks, two Holyoke High School athletes are chosen by Enterprise staff members to be recognized for their outstanding efforts while competing with Hol...
  • Boys' JV beats Haxtun

    HHS boys’ JV basketball opened the season with a nice 41-18 win over Haxtun Friday, Dec. 2. There wasn’t a junior varsity game played in Idalia Saturday, Dec. 3. The Dragons jumped to a 10-6 first-quarter lead and managed to hold the Bulldogs scorele...
  • JV girls win opener

    The Lady Dragon junior varsity basketball team landed a win in Haxtun Friday, Dec. 2 in their season opener. Scores were tied at three at the end of the first quarter, but a big 10 points for Holyoke in the second period gave them a seven-point lead at h...
  • Girls C team falls in Neb.

    Holyoke C team girls’ basketball traveled to Imperial, Neb. for their first game of the season Monday, Dec. 5. The Lady Dragons fell to Chase County 7-53. Eva Penzing, Shobi Burris and Ashley Humphreys made two points apiece, with Stefani Razo adding o...
  • Headquarters revived at new main street location

    Ron Koch is no stranger to cutting hair, but a new shop is providing a change of scene for this local stylist. With nearly 40 years of experience under his belt, Koch recently opened Headquarters at the newly remodeled 114 E. Denver, just east of the sto...
  • Banaka celebrates 30 years at Ardie's

    Debby Banaka is pictured with the angel gift she received from Ardie Besse, in celebration of her 30-year anniversary as a stylist at Ardie’s Beauty Barr in Holyoke.—Enterprise photo Banaka graduated from Bernel Beauty School in Fort Collins in 1981 ...
  • Pro Farmer Profit Briefing event in Holyoke Tuesday

    A one-day profit-briefing conference by the Professional Farmers of America is being brought to Holyoke Tuesday, Dec. 13 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Phillips County Event Center. Pro Farmer editors and industry experts will share what lies ahead for land p...