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  • Rabid skunk attack reported near Snyder

    The Northeast Colorado Health Department has received laboratory confirmation that a skunk in Snyder that attacked a person has tested positive for rabies. This individual is currently receiving rabies treatment. This incident serves as another reminder ...
  • Samantha’s Salt

    Parents of school-age kids: embrace the end It’s that time of year when the final papers have been turned in, end-of-the-year picnics are upon us, and parents and teachers are ready for summer break. I’ll never forget the feeling as a high schooler ...
  • Another Perspective

    Composting creates sentimental passion Never would I have suspected when I started composting that I would get so excited and intrigued by the process. Oh my gosh. The other day I went to toss a bucket of waste into the compost bin and was astounded by ...
  • Kid Tested, Uncle Approved

    “Wizards of Wavery Place: The Movie” (2009) Have you noticed Selena Gomez is everywhere lately? She recently was the musical guest on “Saturday Night Live,” she had a quick cameo in the movie “The Big Short,” and she keeps popping up on my Pa...
  • Extension Corner

    Plant Select petites In 2013, the Plant Select® Program introduced a selection of petites for the garden. These plants can be used for smaller gardens, containers, rock gardens, ground covers, borders and more. These plants go through the same trials as...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoMay 19, 2011 Junior high science teacher Martin Roth is retiring after a 21-year teaching career at Holyoke Junior High School. The new digital projector and equipment has been installed at the Peerless Theatre, which will allow the Peerle...
  • ‘Skinny state’ Colo. not uniformly skinny

    Colorado is, overall, one of the healthiest states in the country. But with the population growing both larger and older, one of the side effects is a widening disparity in the health ratings of the state’s 64 counties. Where you live in the state does...
  • Horticulture site visits planned

    It’s that time of year when the need arises for horticulture site visits. Due to last season’s extreme cold snap, there has been an overwhelming number of questions and/or concerns throughout the area. CSU Extension Golden Plains Area horticulture pr...
  • College news

    Kelsey Kramer, a 2014 HHS graduate, was named the recipient of the Justin Strode Memorial Scholarship for the 2016-17 school year.Holyoke Enterprise May 19, 2016...
  • CDC data shows rate for autism spectrum disorder is unchanged

    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently released data from its Autism and Developmental Disabilities Monitoring Network, showing the number of children identified with autism spectrum disorders remains the same. The data is based on informati...
  • 35 grads step into new chapter of life

    Cumming, Krogmeier are co-valedictoriansHolyoke High School graduates rounded out their senior year with a special send-off at Holyoke Elementary School Friday, May 13, before the official commencement ceremony Sunday, May 15. They closed one chapter of ...
  • 35 grads step into new chapter of life

    Cumming, Krogmeier are co-valedictoriansHolyoke High School graduates rounded out their senior year with a special send-off at Holyoke Elementary School Friday, May 13, before the official commencement ceremony Sunday, May 15. They closed one chapter of ...
  • Free breakfasts, lunch M-F thru July for age 1-18

    Just as learning does not end when school lets out, neither does a child’s need for good nutrition. Based on this focus on nutrition value, Holyoke School District qualified for and has been approved as an open site for the Summer Food Service Program ...
  • Free breakfasts, lunch M-F thru July for age 1-18

    Just as learning does not end when school lets out, neither does a child’s need for good nutrition. Based on this focus on nutrition value, Holyoke School District qualified for and has been approved as an open site for the Summer Food Service Program ...
  • Questions answered regarding potential city rec department

    In a Monday morning meeting May 16, community recreation committee members met with members of Holyoke City Council to go over various concerns voiced at the last council meeting. Athletic director Sandra Rahe and Superintendent John McCleary were also p...
  • Questions answered regarding potential city rec department

    In a Monday morning meeting May 16, community recreation committee members met with members of Holyoke City Council to go over various concerns voiced at the last council meeting. Athletic director Sandra Rahe and Superintendent John McCleary were also p...
  • Around Town

    Special section salutes beef Inserted in this week’s Enterprise is a special section dedicated to the beef industry. The edition is a collaboration between four Johnson Publications newspapers, featuring articles unique to this area of agriculture and ...
  • High schoolers lead National Day of Prayer

    Youth took a stand last Thursday, May 5, as they led community members in prayer during the National Day of Prayer breakfast at the Peerless Center in Holyoke. HHS sophomore Drew Stewart, pictured above, acted as emcee and welcomed the small crowd to the ...
  • Students learn to invest time and money in Investment Club

    It’s easy to imagine that most athletes laid up with an injury would spend their new free time playing video games or watching movies. When senior Bradley Cumming was recovering from an ankle injury his junior year during football season, he read financ...
  • Spring concert packed with quality vocal entertainment

    An action-packed concert concluded the year for vocalists in grades 7-12 at their spring performance Thursday, May 5, at the HHS auditorium. Junior high and high school choirs are directed by Marcia Dalton, and the select choir called Sound Check is dire...