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  • Girls' C team wins

    Holyoke girls’ C team landed a big 35-18 win over Brush Friday, Dec. 17. Brush held a 13-11 lead over the Dragons at halftime. After a low-scoring third period, the Dragons finished strong with 20 points in the fourth quarter. Freshman Audi Peña naile...
  • NECALG board adopts 2011 budget

    The regular meeting of the Board of Directors of the Northeastern Colorado Association of Local Governments (NECALG) was held Dec. 15 in Fort Morgan. A Resolution adopting the 2011 budget was distributed to the board of directors. Following are the highl...
  • HHS student shares art talent

    HHS junior Leo Ochoa stands in front of the bulletin board he created and also holds a drawing of a dragon he made for homecoming. The bulletin board, located in the HHS library, was created after HS/JH library aide Nancy Pillard presented Ochoa with the ...
  • Cease-and-desist order issued by board of health

    At their Dec. 15 meeting Northeast Colorado Board of Health members issued a cease-and-desist order at the conclusion of a public hearing for an onsite wastewater violation. The order was issued to a Washington County landowner who moved two mobile homes...
  • Adopt-a-Family packages delivered this week

    Forty-seven packages were delivered to adopted families in Holyoke Monday, Dec. 20. Each package, weighing roughly 50 lbs. not including the turkey, milk and gifts, included such items as non-perishable food, cleaning supplies, napkins, paper towels, Klee...
  • Kids donate to pantries

    Tuesday, Dec. 21, students at Holyoke Elementary donated non-perishables to help replenish the food pantries at both First United Methodist Church and Zion Lutheran Church.   —Enterprise photo...
  • Holiday spending will hold steady

    Colorado shoppers plan to spend about the same amount on holiday shopping this year as last, according to the 2010 AAA Colorado Show Your Card and Save Holiday Shopping Survey. When asked about spending expectations, 53 percent plan to spend about the sam...
  • Beware of job hunting scams

    With high rates of unemployment nationwide, almost everybody knows someone who is out of work and actively looking for a job. Adding insult to injury, many scammers are now taking advantage of this opportunity to prey on these job seekers, according to th...
  • 'Solecitos' encourage Colorado children to get flu vaccinations

    Colorado’s Latino Influenza Vaccination and Education (LIVE) Project has created two children’s videos about flu prevention featuring five Spanish-speaking characters known as the “Solecitos” or “Little Suns.” The Solecitos public service ann...
  • Increase expected for year-end holiday travel

    AAA Colorado projects that 92.3 million Americans will travel 50 miles or more from home Dec. 23-Jan. 2, 2011. This is an increase of 3.1 percent over last holiday season, and the fifth consecutive holiday period this year in which AAA has predicted a yea...
  • RRWCD board approves schedule to build pipeline

    At a special meeting Thursday, Dec. 16 in Yuma, the Board of Directors of the Republican River Water Conservation District (RRWCD) made a decision to initiate the Compact Compliance Pipeline (CCP) schedule to begin pipeline construction, provided that a v...
  • Pheasants Forever project recognized for excellence

    Exploring the Outdoors with Aldo Leopold received first place in the Interpretive Curriculum category in the 2010 National Association for Interpretation Media Competition. The Interpretive Media Competition promotes excellence in the delivery of natural,...
  • Entrepreneurs and business owners wanted for workshops

    Rural Young Americans Center for Financial Education is searching northeastern Colorado for youth ages 10 and older with initiative, imagination and inspiration. They are looking for youth who want to become an entrepreneur or perhaps desire to take their...
  • Horse rater training to be held in January

    The Colorado 4-H horse program needs knowledgeable horse owners, riders, trainers and 4-H leaders to step up and become approved raters. The riding levels program is meant to be a testing ground and not all youth will pass on the first try. By becoming t...
  • Berges elected Progressive 15 secretary

    On Dec. 6 Progressive 15 met in Fort Morgan for their annual board planning retreat. Election of officers for 2011-2012 was held and a review of potential legislation the group will be monitoring in 2011. Nancy Berges of Holyoke was elected as secretary f...
  • Readers offer word of praise

    Dear Editor, We commend Darci Tomky on getting to the heart of the first year of Randy’s lung transplant with her careful attention to what we shared with her in our interview. We are grateful to be part of a community where ordinary days become extra...
  • See it like C Lee

    Nice catch Once a year, thousands of cowboys and cowgirls travel to the city of sin to watch 10 exciting rounds of the National Finals Rodeo (NFR). I wouldn’t call myself a cowboy by any means, but that doesn’t mean I didn’t pack a pair of boots, ...
  • Another Perspective

    Santa creates interesting emotions Ho! Ho! Ho! Such is the language of one jolly bearded guy who wears a red suit with white fur around the cuffs and collar. You find him here, there and everywhere this time of year. Years ago . . . decades ago, my mom...
  • The Laughing Mom: humorous tales of motherhood

    No buttons for the snowman Roy and I are rather stressed out this year—him with work and me with preparations for our second baby. With that in mind, we decided to let Melise, our 2-year-old, create all the ornaments for our tree. That would save us t...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoDec. 22, 2005 In anticipation of a three-to-six-month leave from her administration position at MMH, Arlene Harms, along with East Phillips County Hospital District board members, has secured an agreement with Haxtun Hospital and their admi...