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  • School spirit shines

    Some crazy characters are roaming the halls of HHS this week as everyone put on their school spirit for Homecoming week. 2012 dress up days were Twin Day on Monday, TV Day on Tuesday, Zombie Day on Wednesday, Class Colors on Thursday and Green & Gold ...
  • Dragons make it three in a row

    It was looking like Holyoke was going to come up short Saturday afternoon on their home field against Resurrection Christian. The Cougars scored a go ahead touchdown with 1:00 left on the clock. After a successful PAT, Resurrection Christian led 28-21. T...
  • Lady Dragons stick it to Limon

    “Holyoke really stuck it to Limon on the offensive side of the game,” said HHS softball coach Ashley Clayton after Holyoke’s 27-16 and 15-4 wins at Limon Saturday, Sept. 29. “Offense continues to get stronger and really makes the Dragons tough co...
  • Dragons pound Akron

    Two big wins were recorded by the HHS Dragon softball team when the girls defeated Akron 21-2 in four innings and 15-3 in five innings Tuesday, Sept. 25. “It was nice to see the Dragons rise to the occasion and come ready to play, right off the bat,”...
  • Youth celebrate National 4-H Week

    No, this hay bale didn’t just role off a passing truck and end up painted as a barn. Members of the Raising Ranchers 4-H Club decorated it as they celebrate National 4-H Week Oct. 1-7. All of the area 4-H clubs have decorated hay bales which are spread ...
  • Phillips Co. Courthouse steps nearly complete

    New steps on the west side of Phillips County Courthouse are finished except for the handrail, reported commissioners at their Sept. 28 meeting. County forces, led by Mike Salyards and Garold Roberts, removed the existing steps, and former county employe...
  • I'm Just Cookin'

    What a hoot!Owls are everywhere. And no, I don’t mean in your barn or in the tree in the backyard. They are on backpacks and cards and necklaces and even perched on your bedside table. But really, “hoo” doesn’t love a cute little owl? Our adorabl...
  • 2012-13 HHS marching band

    Members of the 2012-13 HHS marching band are pictured from left, front row, Taylor Goldenstein, Shaylee Krueger, Eva Penzing, Meg Strauss, Anastasia Conklin, Lindsay Helgoth, Kaylee Ham and Camille Elliott; and back row, Morgan Golden, Molly Brandt, Alyss...
  • Rural Solutions receives grant

    Proceeds from the inaugural Pedal The Plains bicycle tour across the plains of northeastern Colorado event held Sept. 21-23 were awarded to the Denver Community Foundation. The foundation is a Denver-based nonprofit and they chose to re-grant the funds t...
  • It’s time to get the annual flu vaccination

    Dr. Rachel Herlihy, director of the immunization program at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, is urging Coloradans to get their annual flu vaccination. To get immunized for flu, contact a health care provider or visit http://flush...
  • College student news

    Marissa Smith, daughter of Dave and Rhonda Smith, is a junior at Colorado State University in Fort Collins. She is majoring in health and exercise science with a minor in business administration. Smith is a varsity athlete on the CSU track and field team....
  • You tell me

    Lynda Hagemann of Holyoke found a couple of interesting vegetables when she went searching through her garden recently. At right, this zucchini seems to have taken the shape of a sea horse, or some kind of bird or even a platypus. Below, this yellow tomat...
  • Green and Growing

    Oct. 1 was a milestone for Extension in Colorado. On this date 100 years ago, Logan County hired the first Farm Management Extension Agent, D.C. Bascom. El Paso County Commissioners had been the first to authorize funding for Extension in early September...
  • Anthrax update: quarantine released

    The Colorado Department of Agriculture’s State Veterinarian’s office has released four quarantines associated with the recent anthrax cases in Logan County; no premises remain under quarantine. The original case was announced Aug. 8. In all, approxim...
  • RRWCD to hold regular meeting

    The board of directors of the Republican River Water Conservation District will be holding its regular quarterly meeting in Wray Thursday, Oct. 11 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at the Wray Ambulance Facility. Items on the agenda include receiving program updates a...
  • Business Briefs

    Amanda Ferguson and Connie Ferguson are now taking appointments at The Headquarters in Holyoke. Both are currently attending barber school to expand their knowledge and expertise. If you have information for Business Briefs, call the Enterprise at 854...
  • Lady Dragon volleyball looks to Yuma in Homecoming match-up

    A busy week of volleyball left the Lady Dragons with one win and two losses. Last Tuesday, Sept. 25, the team defeated Sedgwick County in three sets, 25-22, 25-23 and 25-22. At Akron Thursday, they lost to the Rams 22-25, 11-25 and 14-25. On their home...
  • Deyten Klein turns in 85 on first day

    HHS senior Deyten Klein carded a first-day score of 85 at the Class 3A state golf tournament at Pinehurst Country Club in Denver Monday, Oct. 1. Klein, the sole Dragon qualifier, fired off an 82 at the Sept. 20 regional tournament in Boulder to make this...
  • School menu

    Oct. 8-12 Elementary Breakfast Monday, Oct. 8: French toast sticks or cereal choice with string cheese, orange slices, milk. Tuesday, Oct. 9: Breakfast burrito or fruit muffin with graham cracker, chilled pineapple, milk, juice. Wednesday, Oct. 10: Sa...
  • Thomas recognized by Hospice of the Plains

    Hospice of the Plains honors individuals who offer extraordinary service to their organization and to the families they serve each quarter. The Wray office recognizes the work done by J. Gordon Thomas from Paoli for the outstanding service he has provide...